Neymar: I Will Never Stop Partying; I'm Not Immature

Neymar, PSG's Brazilian star, recently reflected on the distractions that soccer players need, like the parties that he usually organizes that arouse all kinds of opinions.

"This is a very peculiar topic, because who doesn't like to party? Everyone likes to have fun, go out with their friends, with their family," the striker said in an interview with the club's official website.

Villas-Boas: "I Have Resigned, I Want Them To Let Me Go"

Portuguese coach André Villas-Boas announced that he has resigned as coach of Olympique de Marseille because he disagrees with the club's sporting policy, although he said he will remain in charge of the team "until the management board lets him go."

"I have submitted my resignation to the management board, I have not yet received an answer," the coach said at a press conference ahead of a league game against Lens.

10 Awful Things Fans Yell At Referees

If you are a referee then you probably have to deal with a lot of angry, crazy, annoying, loud fans. It’s quite the skill to be able to ignore the never-ending noise and focus on the game. We are all guilty of yelling at a referee at some point in our lives; whether it was from the stands, at the TV or on the field. Here’s a list of the top, most common insults fans yell at referees. But, in the end, the referees have the most power allowing them to make any call or throw anyone out. Scream as much as you want, they aren’t listening.

Mourinho Labels Himself ‘The Experienced One’ As Everything Is Now Repeating Itself

Tottenham Hotspur manager José Mourinho has said the wealth of experience he has gained from previous coaching stints should be reflected in a new moniker: “The Experienced One.”

Mourinho famously described himself as “A Special One” when he arrived in England as Chelsea's manager in 2004, having just guided Portuguese club Porto to the Champions League title. The 57-year-old Portuguese has since held coaching positions at Inter Milan and Real Madrid followed by a second stint with Chelsea before taking over at Manchester United and then Spurs.

San Marino Player Might Be First Ever To Cry Tears Of Joy For 0-0 Draw

San Marino, ranked last place in the FIFA World Rankings, recorded a historic 0-0 draw against Gibraltar in UEFA Nations League play on Saturday. The tiny minnows of the world recorded consecutive draws in competitive play for the first time in their history. The moment made defender Dante Rossi cry tears of joy during a post-match interview.

Blues’ Star Havertz Makes Bold Claim That Chelsea Titles Are ‘Worth More’ Than Other Clubs’

Kai Havertz, one of several extravagant Chelsea summer signings, is sure to ruffle some feathers in the soccer community with his latest statement on why he joined the London club.

In an interview with German magazine Sport Bild, Havertz opened up on his move from Bayer Leverkusen to Chelsea. While discussing what attracted him to the Blues he made a claim that caught people’s attention.