England face Portugal at Toulon Tournament
England Under-21s will meet Portugal, Guinea, Paraguay and Japan in the 2016 Toulon Tournament at the end of May. Gareth Southgate’s team go head to head with Portugal in their opener on Thursday 19 May before taking on Guinea in Aubagne four days later. Their Toulon Tournament campaign continues against... Read more
Steven Gerrard scores against Salt Lake
He may have missed an early penalty, but watch as Steven Gerrard scores against Salt Lake to help LA Galaxy to a 5-2 MLS victory. Gerrard, the former Liverpool and England skipper, popped up in stoppage time on Saturday to glide through the Real Salt Lake defence and slot... Read more
Sweet Skill and Strike from James Rodriguez in Real Madrid training
Check out this Sweet skill and strike from James Rodriguez in Real Madrid training this week. The Colombian ace clearly knows where the goal is as he smashes home a delightful volley at the Madrid training base. Rodriguez, who has notched 20 times for the Spanish giants in La... Read more
Former Liverpool captain’s surprising Capital One Cup Final prediction

Graeme Souness hopes his heart rules his head as Liverpool face Manchester City at Wembley

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First England call-ups for Danny Ings and Dele Alli
Roy Hodgson has given first England senior call-ups to Dele Alli and Danny Ings for the final two Euro 2016 qualifiers. Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Alli, who made his Under-21s debut last month, has figured eight times for Mauricio Pochettino’s side this campaign, netting once in their draw at Leicester.... Read more
Frankie Bunn’s six goals for Oldham – not even Lewandowski can beat that!
Robert Lewandowski may have bagged five record-breaking, quick-fire goals for Bayern Munich against Wolfsburg on Tuesday night, but football fans of a certain age will still remember an even better haul 25 years ago. It was a League Cup tie, Littlewoods sponsored it in those days, and Oldham Athletic... Read more
‘A magical night’ for Wayne Rooney after skipper scores his record 50th goal for England
Wayne Rooney admitted to being nervous as he took his “magical” record-breaking penalty at Wembley Stadium. The England skipper’s 84th-minute spot-kick secured victory over Switzerland and top spot in Group E, but more notably took him to 50 goals for his country, finally surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton’s long-standing record.... Read more