Haaland And Now Pulisic: Everybody Wants To Play Against Club América

América will have a busy summer with world-class friendlies. A few days ago, the Mexican club announced a game against Manchester City — in which we might see Erling Haaland wearing the sky blue jersey for the first time — and now we can confirm they will also be playing against Chelsea.

Sheffield United Captain Bloodied By Fan After Forest Supporters Invade Pitch In Celebration

Nottinghamshire Police on Wednesday arrested a 31-year-old man on suspicion of assault after Sheffield United's Billy Sharp was attacked on the pitch at the end of the second leg of their Championship playoff semifinal at Nottingham Forest.

Forest supporters ran onto the pitch when the hosts sealed a 3-2 win on penalties, after the tie was locked 3-3 on aggregate. Television cameras showed an individual approach Blades striker Sharp on the sidelines and attack him.

The Race Against Relegation: Calculating Premier League Relegation Permutations

After an arduous but entertaining eight-month season, the 2021-22 Premier League campaign has come down to a span of four days for a battle between three clubs to see which two sides will remain in the Premier League next year. 

Just a single point separates 18th from 17th and 17th from 16th, and with games in hand, the permutations become innumerable. Here's how the table looks at the moment, with Everton, Leeds and Burnley occupying 16 through 18th, respectively:

Callum Wilson’s Tooth Falls Out On Live TV Before He Leads Newcastle Over Arsenal

Arsenal’s hopes of returning to the Champions League were all but extinguished on Monday at St. James’ Park. Tottenham fans can thank the toothless Callum Wilson for his heroics.

In his first start of 2022, Newcastle striker Callum Wilson had a tooth knocked loose in the first half, gruesomely caught on camera. 

Content warning: The images below show Callum Wilson’s tooth flopping loose from his gums. It’s not pretty.

Don’t Say ‘Who Cares’ — Blackpool Player Coming Out Is A Big Deal

I can already see the responses on our Facebook page.

“Who cares?”

“Stop pushing your woke culture.”

“If you want to be gay, why do we have to hear about it?”

Here’s why you should care.

Blackpool forward Jake Daniels announced he is gay on Monday, becoming the first active male professional British footballer to do so since 1990. The last to do so? Justin Fashanu, who committed suicide eight years later. 

Liverpool Trio In Doubt For EPL Trip To Southampton

Liverpool is still assessing the fitness of Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk ahead of Tuesday's Premier League trip to Southampton where it could close the gap on leader Manchester City to one point, manager Jürgen Klopp said on Monday.

Forward Salah and defender Van Dijk were substituted during Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea, which Liverpool won on penalties to lift their second trophy of the season.

Chelsea's Emma Hayes Says ‘Fear Of Losing’ Is What Fuels Her Remarkable Record Of Success

LONDON - Chelsea coach Emma Hayes says her relentless drive for success comes from her fear of losing after she watched her side clinch their fourth FA Cup on Sunday, the 11th major trophy under her management.

Hayes, appointed Chelsea manager in August 2012, has overseen a glittering period in the team's history, completing another domestic double with a 3-2 extra time win over Manchester City at Wembley.

Jesse Marsch And Leeds Escape Relegation Zone Thanks To Genius Assist In 92nd-Minute

The Premier League's relegation battle took another dramatic twist Sunday with Burnley's 1-0 defeat to Tottenham and Leeds United's improbable 1-1 draw against Brighton seeing Jesse Marsch's side climb to the safety of 17th while Burnley fell to 18th.

Elsewhere, Everton came undone at Goodison Park with red cards for both Jarrad Branthwaite and Salomón Rondón to finish with nine men in a 3-2 defeat to Brentford, meaning the Toffees are still right in the thick of it.

West Ham Takes Wild Point Off Man City, So EPL Title Race Is Going Down To Final Day

Manchester City slipped, recovered and finally stumbled to a 2-2 draw against West Ham at London Stadium on Sunday to ensure that, as long as Liverpool takes care of business against Southampton on Tuesday, we're going to have extreme title drama on the final day of the season next weekend.