Gossip & Rumours

How the Chelsea dressing room reacted to drawing Barcelona in the Champions League

Chelsea discovered their Champions League fate on Monday when they were drawn against old foes Barcelona in the last-16 of the competition. Upon learning they would be facing their old foes in the Champions League last-16 this February, Chelsea players were relaxed. According to reports in Sport, the Blues stars took the news "very well" as they are already mentally prepared for the tie.

Luiz finds new role in Cobham amid injury set back

Chelsea defender David Luiz has been sidelined with a knee injury that he recently picked up in training. Mean…

Conte wants new deals for these two great stars

Antonio Conte wants his two famous Belgians to sign new Chelsea contracts before they become global megastars …

Why Olivier Giroud may leave Arsenal in January

Olivier Giroud has been urged to quit Arsenal in the January transfer window or risk missing out on a World Cu…

Wanyama begins training as his return looms.

Tottenham Hotspurs midfielder Victor Wanyama is close to fully recover from his injury that has kept him out o…

Real Madrid planning to splash cash on Manchester City forward

Spanish Premier League Champions Real Madrid will be lining up a bid for Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus…

Real Madrid player caught in a tax case

Croatian and Real Madrid midfield dynamo Luka Modric has been caught up in a tax case which could make him pay…

Allan Wanga may reunite with former Coach

Tusker Fc forward Allan Wanga may depart from the Brewers as early as January 2018 to join the South African l…

Everton and West Brom to appoint new bosses

English Premier League outfits Everton and West BromWich Albion are set to appoint new managers today, British…

Real Madrid planning audacious raid on Chelsea in January

Spanish league Champions Real Madrid are reported to be planning a transfer move to sign Chelsea defender Davi…

Paul Pogba bans Kurt Zouma from his house

Manchester United star Paul Pogba is so competitive that he's banned his friend Kurt Zouma from his house for …

Eto’o denies having sponsored a plane to airlift returnees

Former Chelsea and Cameroon striker Samuel Eto’o has been linked to a report suggesting that he has sponsore…

FKF boss blasted for relocating CECAFA matches from Kisumu

Football Kenya Federation President Nick Mwendwa has been criticized after making a decision to relocate CECAF…

Wanyama’s return to action draws near

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama returned to training for the Premier League club on Monday as he recovers from a knee injury sustained at the start of the campaign. The 26-year-old Kenyan international, who missed just two league games last season, featured in the north London club’s first two matches before picking up the injury ahead of the home match against Burnley in August

Real eyes Liverpool star in mouthwatering deal

Real Madrid are readying a player-plus-cash deal to take Mo Salah to the Bernabeu - and are willing to offload Lucas Vazquez in the other direction. That is according to Don Balon, who say Los Blancos are serious about their interest in the Egyptian who has taken the Premier League by storm this season.

Mourinho hit on head as Arteta left with a bloodied face after derby brawl

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho had water and milk thrown at him in a row following Manchester City's derby win at Old Trafford. Also, Manchester City assistant coach Mikel Arteta was left with blood streaming down his face after a bust-up involving up to 20 players and members of staff following the Manchester derby, a report said on Monday.

Street vendors selling T-shirts branded “Fab-Four” anger Jurgen Klopp

Street vendors are risking the wrath of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp by selling 'Fab Four' T-shirts outside Anfield. Just last week Klopp told how he doesn't like the Fab Four nickname given to Mo Salah, Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane because it's "disrespectful" to their team-mates.

Jurgen Klopp engaged in a rare outburst with a reporter after the Merseyside derby

Jurgen Klopp launched an astonishing rant in his post-match interview with Sky Sports reporter Patrick Davison after bemoaning the decision to award a penalty for Dejan Lovren's push on Dominic Calvert-Lewin. The Reds boss reacted angrily after Davison conceded he thought it was a penalty, insisting he only wanted "to talk to people who have a little bit of understanding about football."

Celtic fans could face the wrath of FIFA again

Football fans supporting the Scottish champions Celtic may be poised to be fined after they engaged in yet another political expression during a match pitting Celtic and Hibernian at Edinburg Easter Road on Sunday.

Man Utd block Man City film crew - reports

Manchester United have refused Manchester City's request to bring their own camera crew into the away dressing room at Old Trafford for Sunday's blockbuster Premier League clash, reports said Thursday. The move could add spice to a match that Jose Mourinho's United dare not lose if they are to retain any realistic hope of reeling in Pep Guardiola's flying side, eight points clear at the top of the table.

PSG eyeing former boss as the replacement for Unai Emery

French giants Paris Saint Germain are planning to fire their manager Unai Emery and are eyeing the signature of former Barcelona boss Luis Enrique as his replacement, British media have reported. After joining from the Spanish club Sevilla, Unai Emery has established an impressive squad that has led the Ligue 1 by a larger margin. PSG sit 9 points ahead of second placed Olympic Lyon on the table and are showing signs of clinching the Ligue 1 trophy.

Tough draws await English teams in Champions League

The five Premier League sides in the Champions League face the prospect of a daunting draw in the round of 16. Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea have all secured their place in the first knockout round of the competition.