Gabon defender Moise Brou Apanga passes on

Lethal Gabon defender Moise Brou Apanga has died of cardiac arrest.

West Ham involved in suspected tax fraud

West Ham are involved in an investigation by British authorities into alleged tax fraud in football.…

Posta retain lead even as top dogs Gor Mahia and Tusker win

Kenyan Premier League top guns Tusker and Gor Mahia were victors on a day their peers AFC Leopards and Ulinzi …

Injured Pogba out of Manchester derby says Mourinho

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba will miss Thursday's Premier League trip to rivals Manchester City but…

Burnley's Barton banned for 18 months over betting

Burnley midfielder Joey Barton has been suspended from the game for 18 months with immediate effect after admi…

Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama wins the Best of Africa role model award

Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama has won a Best of Africa role model award.…

PSG, Monaco renew battle in Cup semi-final

Leonardo Jardim's Monaco hold the edge over Paris Saint-Germain in the French title race, but the reigning cha…

Unscheduled international friendlies hurting local football

Last Tuesday, a limping Kenya national football team, Harambee Stars, was haphazardly assembled to play a frie…

Mathare United in unfamiliar zones

This is not where Mathare United, champions of 2008, had envisioned they would be in the Kenyan Premier League…

Nzoia ace wins monthly award

Nzoia Sugar attacking midfielder Brian Otieno has expressed delight after he was named the SportPesa Footballe…

Relief for Zoo after draw

Zoo Kericho chalked up a second straight point and a goal as they seek to make amends to their difficult start…

Behold, we are back in the fold!

Rafael Benitez succeeded in his gamble of staying on as manager as he steered Newcastle United straight back u…

Wenger plans ahead but won’t reveal future plans

Arsene Wenger insists he is working on Arsenal’s future even though he still won’t reveal whether he plans…

Tottenham trims Chelsea’s lead to 4 points

Tottenham trimmed Chelsea’s lead to four points again by edging past Crystal Palace 1-0 on Wednesday night, with Christian Eriksen clinching the north London team’s eighth successive Premier League win.

One lost, one to go for Bayern

Carlo Ancelotti insisted he is focused on wrapping up the Bundesliga before assessing how successful his first season at Bayern Munich has been following a shock German Cup semi-final defeat. April has been little short of a disaster for Ancelotti and Bayern. The German champions threw away a 2-1 lead at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday night before going down 3-2 to Borussia Dortmund. That came a week after the Bavarian giants were dumped out of the Champions League at the quarterfinal stage by Real Madrid. Bayern remain on course for a fifth straight Bundesliga, though and Ancelotti refused to try summing up his first campaign in Munich with four league matches still to play and five more points needed to wrap up the title. “It’s too soon for that,” said Ancelotti. “We have to now make things clear in the championship (German league) as quickly as possible.” Javi Martinez and Mats Hummels had netted first-half goals for Bayern to cancel out Marco Reus’s early strike for

Has Marcelo finally found his mojo at Gor Mahia?

Has Gor Mahia coach Jose Marcelo finally got his mojo at the 15 Kenyan Premier League champions? The Brazilian has been under immense pressure since replacing double-winning coach Frank Nuttall a few months into the 2016 season.

Muluya cries foul over league fixtures

Players have been forced to bear the brunt of long exhaustive travels by road to honour fixtures spread in far-flung towns. With round eight fixtures slated for this weekend, most teams would have played three matches in a span of seven days.

Wenger can now breathe easy

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said his side knows exactly what they must do in the Champions League qualification race after watching them gain a 1-0 win over Leicester City.

Fate unites Arsene and ref Taylor

The referee pushed and labelled “dishonest” by Arsene Wenger will take charge of next month’s FA Cup final between the veteran French manager’s Arsenal side and London rivals Chelsea, the Football Association have announced.

Wenger row referee in charge of Arsenal-Chelsea FA Cup final

The referee pushed and labelled "dishonest" by Arsene Wenger will take charge of next month's FA Cup final between the veteran French manager's Arsenal side and London rivals Chelsea, the Football Association have announced.

Pochettino 'not my enemy', says Xavi

Barcelona great Xavi Hernandez insisted Thursday that Mauricio Pochettino was not his "enemy" and said he could even imagine the Tottenham boss one day becoming coach of the Catalan giants.

Pep Guardiola names Michael Carrick as the only Manchester United player who would have made his Barcelona side

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has hailed Marcus Rashford as 'perfect' and leapt to the defence of Paul Pogba ahead of tonight's Manchester derby .