Sebastian Lletget Says Playing With Zlatan Sucked

Having one of the world’s best players on your team isn’t always the best. LA Galaxy midfielder Sebastian Lletget has opened up on what it was like having Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a teammate. If Zlatan was on Yelp then Lletget would be giving the Swede a similar rating to what most people rate Carl’s Jr.

Sydney Leroux, Who Spends More On Childcare Than Her NWSL Salary, Obliterates Troll Who Tells Her To Find Another Career

There are few moms more badass than Sydney Leroux Dwyer

Chicharito Dresses Up Like Screech From ‘Saved By The Bell’ To Meet LeBron James

Javier Hernández is living the American dream in Los Angeles. The new LA Galaxy star has been yucking it up since moving to Hollywood from Sevilla for $9.4 million in January. 

It’s clear Chicharito has fully embraced the LA lifestyle after his appearance in the most wonderful of shirts (wait for it) at the Staples Center on Tuesday night.

The One Detail You May Have Missed From Kealia Ohai’s Stunning Wedding To JJ Watt

The 2019-20 NWSL offseason has been loaded with weddings, but the latest one may have upstaged them all based on the Kealia Ohai wedding pics plastered all over social media.

Orlando Pride teammates Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris were married at a lovely Miami wedding with many of their USWNT colleagues in attendance on Dec. 28. A week before that, Portland Thorns keeper Adrianna Franch married her partner, Emily Boscacci. 

Dreaming About Soccer? Here’s What That Might Say About You

What does it mean to dream about soccer? 

The most popular sport in the world has inspired players and spectators alike with waking dreams of glory. One would expect thoughts of the beautiful game to seep into our dreams at night from time to time. Maybe it’s a good dream about winning the World Cup with Pelé and Maradona by your side; maybe it’s a bad dream about missing a penalty kick to lose the big game.

But what does a soccer dream mean?

Neymar Shows Great Sign Of Maturity Ahead Of 28th Birthday

For keen followers of the world’s game, Feb. 5 is something of a holiday. A startling number of legendary players were born on that day, from Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez to Gheorghe Hagi and the inimitable Neymar.

But this year, Feb. 5 will come with a bit less fanfare, a bit less pomp and revelry. 

This year, Neymar won’t be having an exorbitantly extravagant party to celebrate his 28th birthday. 

As Jozy Altidore Goes Off On Toronto’s Medical Staff, We’re Reminded Of Our Favorite Altidore Story

On Monday, it was revealed that Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley would undergo surgery following a severe ankle injury suffered during the 2019 MLS Cup loss to the Seattle Sounders. Given the fact that it’d been 71 days since the final and with the club now reporting for preseason, news of Bradley being sidelined for approximately four months was met with confused anger throughout Toronto.

What Christian Eriksen Could Buy If He Goes To Inter Milan

Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen could soon have his wish of leaving Tottenham granted. Eriksen has voiced his displeasure with the club and intends to leave the Premier League to go elsewhere. Serie A side Inter Milan has focused its sights on the 27-year-old and is prepared to offer him quite the lucrative deal. Eriksen could be earning $130,000 a week after taxes according to The Times.

Cristiano Ronaldo Wants To Be An Actor After Soccer

Cristiano Ronaldo is still dominating the soccer world, but he’s already making plans for life after football.

At a sports conference on Saturday, Ronaldo said he’d like to try out acting.

“One of the things that I seek to challenge myself in, for example, is acting in a movie,” Ronaldo said.

Yes! Let’s make this happen!

Ronaldo would hardly be the first athlete to turn to acting, nor even the first footballer.

Theory: Zlatan’s Doing So Many Paid Instagram Posts Because He’s About To Sign With Atalanta

After an incessant 19-month news cycle that began on Mar. 31, 2018, with an incredible brace against LAFC and concluded on Oct. 24, 2019, with a playoff defeat to the same team, we’ll admit that we’re already feeling pretty empty without Zlatan Ibrahimović in America.