Arsene Wenger Reflects On 22 Years At Arsenal With Pride, Passion, Regret

In May, Arsenal's former boss Arsene Wenger bade farewell to the English club after 22 years, seven FA Cups and three Premier League titles. Now, in a lengthy interview with France’s RTL, Arsene Wenger shed some reflective light on his journey with the Gunners.

Paul Pogba Goes Full Party Monster In France World Cup Celebrations

Paul Pogba led the France World Cup celebrations and showed he is an absolute party monster. Now that France is utterly overcome with joy as Les Bleus delivered a second world title in twenty years, the Manchester United man stepped up to the moment.

The whole team celebrated with president Emmanuel Macron on Monday at the Champs Elysées in Paris.

The politician gave a brief speech before he passed the microphone on to Paul Pogba, and then the real party began.

Ivan Perišić Makes World’s Best Defender Look Foolish For Amazing Goal Vs. France

N’Golo Kanté is, in many respects, the best defensive player in the world because of the amount of turf the midfielder covers, combined with his tactical acumen, speed and tackling ability. But the Ivan Perišić goal vs France made Kanté look like a schoolboy.

What Kits Will France And Croatia Wear For The World Cup Final?

When France and Croatia battle for the World Cup trophy on Sunday in Russia (learn how to watch it here), two national teams with iconic looks will take the pitch side by side for the first time in 20 years. The question is, will those iconic uniforms be the ones we see for the World Cup final kits?

Who Is Nestor Pitana, The World Cup Final Referee?

The Russia World Cup goes full circle as Argentinian referee Néstor Pitana is cast as the leading arbitrator in the France vs. Croatia World Cup final in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium. The 43-year-old physical education teacher, probably the most successful gym teacher of all time, will be aided by two more Argentinians Hernan Maidana and Juan Pablo Belatti with the Dutch Bjorn Kuipers as the fourth World Cup final referee.

Hilarious And Scary World Cup Final Lookalikes That Will Make You Go Hmm...

The World Cup is coming to an end and with the final approaching, we have created a compilation of some of the players who will be playing in this monumental event.

With fewer players involved, it is important to focus on being able to quickly identify who the French and the Croatian players are. With France being back in the World Cup final for the first time since Zinedine Zidane's headbutt in 2006, this game might be one for the record books. Croatia too has an enormous historical weight on this tiny country's shoulders.

PSG Makes Shocking $316 Million Bid For Philippe Coutinho Transfer

French champion Paris Saint-Germain bid the equivalent of just over $316 million for Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho, as reported by Mundo Deportivo. The world-record bid was sought through Coutinho’s agents as a mediator with Barcelona. The 26-year-old Brazilian does have a $470 million release clause in his contract with Barcelona.

Heroes And Villains Of The World Cup: Matchday 22

There’s your answer: From front to back, France has the best blend of talent at this World Cup. That’s not to deride Croatia or England, it’s just a question that was very obviously going to be settled in this particular semifinal. Could the “magic” propel either of those nations beyond France in the final? As Steven Gerrard would say, yeeeaah course — Portugal did it.