Premier League footballers have been accused of lacking morals during the coronavirus pandemic.
We all thought live football was gone from our lives, but Leyton Orient have initiated a FIFA tournament across the globe involving 128 clubs!
Manchester United are ready to rival Real Madrid for Erling Haaland if the striker leaves Borussia Dortmund, sources have told ESPN.
To refresh our memories, here's a pick of the best football photographs from the first three months of 2020 as soccer's global shutdown continues.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne says the coronavirus pandemic has made him want to extend his playing career.
Premier League side Norwich will furlough members of their staff who aren't able to work during the postponement of play.
More than one-fifth of players in Europe's "big five" leagues will legally vanish from rosters on July 1. What happens if the season's not over?
Manchester United are prepared to make a renewed move to sign Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt this summer, sources have told ESPN.
Rio Ferdinand has said Harry Kane is "perfect" for Manchester United after the Tottenham captain raised question marks over his future.
Daniel Levy has announced widespread wage cuts for non-playing staff at Spurs and has suggested players will need to be prepared to do their bit.
Maxi Rodriguez has had plenty of time alone with his conscience during quarantine and just had to get a secret about his Anfield move off his chest.
The Premier League and European seasons could be declared "null and void" with every record wiped out. It wouldn't just be bad news for Liverpool.
The Premier League's latest idea of keeping all 20 teams together, isolated and safe, to finish the season is silly. PLUS: Kane's not leaving Spurs.
Aston Villa's Jack Grealish has apologised for breaking self-isolation a day after he was reportedly photographed at the scene of a car accident.
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