Social Issues

Antonio Ríos Del Toluca Desata Polémica Por Posar Con Ropa Asociada A Cartel Narco

Un par de fotografías en redes sociales se han transformado en una piedra en el zapato para Antonio Ríos, uno de los emblemas del Toluca. Las imágenes, en apariencia, son bastante normales y hasta inocentes con excepción de un pequeño gran detalle: las gorras que utiliza el futbolista están asociadas a una marca de ropa recientemente lanzada por José Alfredo Hurtado Olascoaga, alias El Fresa, líder del cartel narco La Familia Michoacana y uno de los hombres más buscados de México.

Aficionados Porfiados Dejan Al Tri Sin Público En Los Dos Próximos Partidos De Local

El implacable mazo de la FIFA vuelve a caer sobre la selección mexicana. La nueva sanción del organismo sobre el Tri incluye una suculenta multa de 100 mil francos suizos (cerca de 100 mil dólares) y dos partidos de local sin público en las tribunas.

No hay que ser genio para saber la causa del castigo, pero por si vienes llegando de Urano, entérate que es por el infame grito homófobo "¡eeeh, puto!" que resuena en las gradas cada vez que el Tri masculino juega en casa.

Wilfried Zaha Calls On Social Media Companies To Do More After Suffering Racist Abuse Online

Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha has been subjected to racist abuse online and the 28-year-old shared screenshots of some of the comments after Saturday's 2-0 Premier League win over Manchester City.

Zaha, who scored the opening goal of the game at the Etihad Stadium, was brought down by Aymeric Laporte which resulted in the City defender receiving a straight red card in first-half stoppage time.

Racing Louisville Makes First-Of-Its-Kind Deal With Fertility Institute To Help Players Start Families On Their Own Terms

Cisgender men’s footballers have it pretty easy if they want to start a family: Either they get someone pregnant or they adopt. Regardless, outside of some paternity leave near the birth, they generally don’t miss much playing time, rarely have major physical side effects and don’t have to choose between a playing career or starting a family. 

Footballers who want to become pregnant, on the other hand, face much more difficult decisions when it comes to having children. Either they pause their career to bear children or put it off until after retirement.

Tired Of Living A ‘Double Life,’ Cavallo Becomes First Active Openly Gay Player In Australia’s A-League

MELBOURNE — Adelaide United midfielder Josh Cavallo became the first active A-League player to come out as gay on Wednesday, saying he was done with feeling ashamed about his sexuality and the exhaustion of trying to live a "double-life."

"I'm a footballer and I'm gay," the 21-year-old said on a video posted on Adelaide's social media, drawing support from fellow professionals across the world.

"All I want to do is play football and be treated equally."

Ahead Of Final USWNT Match, Carli Lloyd Haters Took Over The #ThankYouCarli Hashtag

What’s the appropriate way to send off a player who has reached heights few before her have achieved? As Carli Lloyd prepares for her final USWNT match, everyone from her male and female U.S. Soccer counterparts to Tom Brady has weighed in on the legendary player. But is it too much? Some people certainly think so, given her uncomfortable, often undiscussed stances on certain off-the-field issues.

Americans On Opposite Sides Of Rare Tuesday Afternoon Europa League Match

There’s nothing quite like a Europa League match at 8:30 a.m. on a Tuesday between two Americans, I guess. Though not on the normal Thursday night timing, Celtic’s match with Ferencváros brought the same eccentricity you expect from a Europa League game. 

Shim, Farrelly Appear On ‘Today’ Show To Demand More Justice After Sexual Coercion Accusations

Mana Shim and Sinead Farrelly aren’t done sharing their stories, and they’re not content with the few changes that have already taken place in the NWSL. They want more, and they appeared with Alex Morgan on NBC’s “Today” show on Tuesday to demand further justice not just for themselves but for women’s athletes everywhere. 

Three Napoli Players Racially Abused As Italy Continues To Ignore Its Racism Problem

NAPLES, Italy — Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly said that he was racially abused by a section of Fiorentina supporters following their Serie A match on Sunday.

Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport reported that Victor Osimhen and Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa were also targeted after their defeat by Napoli.

NWSL Commissioner Lisa Baird Gets The Axe And Now FIFA Has Launched An Investigation

The National Women's Soccer League has fired commissioner Lisa Baird and FIFA has launched a preliminary investigation in the wake of a report detailing allegations of misconduct against former North Carolina Courage head coach Paul Riley.