Soccer - Yesterday’s News
The three-time Major winner with a meticulous eye for detail.
Soccer - Sunday 21 August, 2016
Los Blancos eased to a comfortable win over Real Sociedad in their first league match of the season.
Athletic Bilbao forward Inaki Williams was subject to racist chanting during his side’s opening LaLiga game, which saw play suspended.
Harry Arter drew the criticism of Eddie Howe after his red card proved pivotal in Bournemouth’s loss to West Ham.
Here’s how all the action of the last seven days looked through a lens.
The Barcelona striker just can’t stop scoring.
Harry Arter saw red as Bournemouth were left to rue the concession of a late goal.
The former Ireland manager certainly didn’t hold back this afternoon.
Gonzalo Higuaín scored a late winner for Juventus in their first game of the season.
Joel Campbell has been shipped out on loan for the fifth time.
Alvaro Negredo impressed again for Aitor Karanka’s side.
“Tite can look for another captain” – After ending Brazil’s wait for Olympic gold in men’s football, Neymar opted to relinquish the armband.
Pep Guardiola’s summer transfer business is almost done.
Plus, Derval O’Rourke is impressed with Jerry Kiernan’s new haircut.
Chris Brady chats to The42 about co-authoring Carlo Ancelotti’s latest book.
The former Celtic favourite has recovered from leukaemia.
Brazil exorcise their World Cup demons and clinch first Olympic football gold on an unbearably tense night in the Maracanã.
The Spanish champions opened their campaign in impressive style.
Soccer - Saturday 20 August, 2016
The Burnley striker was the star of the show in Saturday’s win over Liverpool, but his display was overshadowed by the reemergence of offensive tweets from four years ago.
Plus, will Arsene Wenger spend the money required to transform Arsenal into title contenders?
First Division sides Cobh Ramblers and UCD are also into the last eight.
The striker becomes the latest young player to leave United.
Not everything is black and white.
Wenger’s men dominated for large periods but were unable to break down the champions.
The pair scored five between them this evening.
There were plenty of Irish goals across the Football League and a familiar goalscorer in the Scottish Premiership.
Dean has now awarded 16 penalties since the start of last season – the most of any official in the top-flight.
Elsewhere, there were wins for Tottenham and Everton.
Despite 80% possession and 26 shots, Liverpool failed to break down a stubborn Burnley defence.
Conte’s men had been trailing with 10 minutes to go.
The African country made history 20 years ago with an unlikely triumph in Atlanta.
Argentina striker Aguero was even back on spot kick duties.
The Clarets caused a major upset to claim their first win of the season.
Victor Valdes was banished from the senior team by Louis van Gaal having been accused of refusing to play for Manchester United’s U21s.
The Belgian striker also showed his class with a note to Liverpool supporters.
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It’s the first time Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard will play each other since joining Major League Soccer.
26-year-old Alex Lee played for Mervue United in the First Division.
Mourinho insisted his team could have beaten Southampton by more than 2-0.
Dzsenifer Marozsan scored Germany’s opener and fired in the free-kick that led to their second as Sweden were beaten in the Maracana.
Soccer - Friday 19 August, 2016
The Swede announced himself to Old Trafford tonight.
Former assistant boss Ryan Giggs has tipped the Red Devils to win the league.