After winning the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship in January, Mexico's youth squad will be heading into this year's U20 World Cup with high expectations.
Although El Tri has never won the tournament, Mexico appears likely to succeed with the impressive list of names that are on the current roster -- which may lead to some problems for Mexico manager Sergio Almaguer.
Due to their absence in January's CONCACAF tournament, Atletico Madrid's Diego Gama, Porto's Raul Gudino and Queretaro's Orbelin...
Every two years, Singapore football fans start the heated debate of when they can end their football gold medal drought at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. Legends like Fandi Ahmad, Malek Awab, Razali Saad and Indra Sahdan have all tried yet failed.
From Monday, the Singapore U23 team, coached by Aide Iskandar, will be hoping to fulfill an elusive dream that has evaded the Lion City since the event's inception in 1959 when it was known as the South East Asian Peninsula Games.
Aide led the team to...
As the majority of the world's leagues ready for the season's end, the rumours continue to pick up steam. Things are starting to get real, transfer fans.
Oscar and The Old Lady
As if reaching a first Champions League final in 12 years, holding one of Europe's biggest bargaining chips in Paul Pogba and locking up Serie A's best young player in the precocious Paolo Dybala wasn't enough for the Old Lady of Turin this summer, she keeps pushing for more.
This time, if the Mirror are to be believed,...
TORREON, Mexico -- There was a telling phrase in Santos Laguna's Portuguese coach Pedro Caixinha's press conference after he saw his side demolish Queretaro 5-0 on Thursday in the first leg of the Liga MX Clausura final.
The 44-year-old stated that even if the club had lost the match and the final, the long-term vision would've remained the same.
"We can't get carried away with the emotion, we must focus on the process," he said, following the historic result in Torreon. "We have to keep believing...
Sepp Blatter won re-election for an unprecedented fifth term as FIFA president on Friday after challenger Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan conceded following the first round of voting. What does it all mean? And can there be any hope for real reform in football? We asked Gabriele Marcotti to assess the election and what could happen next.
Q: So, another four years?
Q: All the corruption, bad-mouthing, scandals at FIFA -- it doesn't occur to them to give somebody else a shot at running...