Tau’s magic dazzles even Guardiola
We can’t wait to see more of his magic against the best English clubs can offer.
The veteran defender says she would have easily went to China had it not been for the coronavirus outbreak.
Former referee Mark Clattenburg caused a bit of a stir in the media when he said that there had at one stage been refereeing bias in favour of Manchester United.
PSG go to Angers on Saturday fresh from beating Marseille 2-1 in Lens in midweek to win the Champions Trophy.
Freiburg are on a club record five-game winning streak in the league while Bayern are licking their wounds after crashing out of the German Cup to second-division Holstein Kiel in a penalty shoot-out.
With points certain to be dropped by one of the title contenders at Anfield this weekend, third placed Manchester City can climb back into the race.

world soccer Cavani’s ‘racism’ ban: an attack on a culture?

The term “Gracias Negrito” , which translates as: “Thank you little black person,” got star footballer Edinson Cavani fined for racism in England, but most of his countrymen insist it is a term of endearment.

world soccer Lampard plans to ban celebrations in training after virus concerns

Premier League chiefs have warned players to halt celebrations to comply with strict Covid-19 protocols following the virus spike in Britain.

world soccer ‘Fatigued’ Arsenal frustrated in Palace stalemate

Arteta’s side had won their previous four matches in all competitions, but they were fortunate extend their unbeaten run to five games.

world soccer Bilbao to face Barca in Super Cup final after ousting Real Madrid

Bilbao were beaten 3-2 by Barca in La Liga only last week, with Lionel Messi scoring twice at San Mames, yet they will get another shot at Ronald Koeman’s side this weekend

world soccer Bielsa to study Bayern template as he seeks to lift Leeds

Bielsa accepted it was natural to describe the 3-0 defeat in the third round as a humiliation but said he would try to learn from it.

world soccer Villa face fixture backlog as virus forces postponement of Everton game

Villa were forced to field a youth team in their FA Cup tie with Liverpool last week after nine players and five staff tested positive for Covid-19.

world soccer Footballers breaching virus rules after goals labelled ‘brainless’

Manchester City and Fulham players crowded together after scoring on Wednesday, ignoring warnings from the Premier League to observe rules on unnecessary contact.

world soccer Tau comments on Brighton debut against Man City

“I need to adjust to the team and the league. With time I will get better as I understand the way the coach wants me to play more,” the Bafana Bafana international after playing his first game in the English Premier League.

world soccer In-form Foden is natural fit for England, says Guardiola

The 20-year-old midfielder scored his eighth goal of the season as City beat Premier League strugglers Brighton 1-0 on Wednesday

world soccer Fulham silence Mourinho with late leveller to deny Spurs

A win against third bottom Fulham would have taken them into third place above Manchester City.

world soccer Barca reach Spanish Super Cup final after Ter Stegen penalty heroics

Messi was watching on as Ter Stegen did his best to fill the void in Cordoba, the goalkeeper immense both in the shoot-out and during normal time, which had finished 1-1. 

world soccer ‘Shocked’ Bayern Munich knocked out of German Cup by second division Kiel

This is the first time Bayern have been knocked out of the cup by a non-Bundesliga club since losing to then fourth-tier Magdeburg in 2000/01. 

world soccer Returning Neymar helps PSG to Champions Trophy triumph over Marseille

The Champions Trophy is the French equivalent of a Super Cup, usually contested at the start of the season by the league champions and French Cup winners. 

world soccer Tau impresses on EPL debut against Manchester City

The 26 year-old was substituted in the 67th minute but not before he had shown glimpses of his talent.



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