FSC gets Champions League U.S. TV rights, Women’s Professional Soccer kicks off, Kroenke increases Arsenal stake, and more
While the Big Four’s big names get most of the plaudits, Neil Jones takes a look at the Premier League players outside of the Big Four that deserve credit for playing at a high level.
Women’s Professional Soccer kicked off in the U.S. over the weekend, and it was an excellent start for the new league.
Fox Soccer Channel has secured the Champions League U.S. TV rights, beating out longtime holder ESPN. Excited or disappointed?
Blatter vs. The EPL Yet Again
We already know that Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini don’t like the Premier League very much, and Blatter’s made yet another criticism of the EPL.
With England’s new home shirt being revealed, The Spoiler gives its take on the top five England kits of all time.
American billionaire Stan Kroenke has increased his ownership stake in Arsenal to 20.5%, which likely won’t sit too well with fellow Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov.
Rapid Bucharest’s Costin Lazar recently proved that sportsmanship is well and truly alive in football by refusing to take a penalty after it’d been given (and it was a clear penalty, too).
You’d think that with the success that Jose Mourinho is having with Inter, that he’d stop talking about the old times at Chelsea. Alas, he hasn’t.