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Dybala’s latest goal gets him on level with European football legend on Juve scorers list
Paulo Dybala’s goal against Inter Milan yesterday was his 104th strike for Juventus and it draws him level with European football great, Michel Platini, on the Juventus scorers chart, as reported by Football Italia.
El Clásico, Derby d’Italia and a mistimed wedding – Football Weekly Euro Special
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Nicky Bandini, Archie Rhind-Tutt and Sid Lowe to cover the big stories in Europe
Ghana's Kamaldeen Sulemana rated second most in-form player in Europe
Stade Rennais winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana has been rated as the second most in-form player in Europe. The former Right to Dream Academy player has been on a good form following his move to the French Ligue 1 this summer.
A College Football Super League....WITHOUT TEXAS A&M!?!?!
Texas A&M is a team that's considered on the rise as one of the blue bloods of the 210s and 2020s. However as the European league includes three teams from Italy, three from Spain and six from England,
Wednesday Football Tips: Time to grab Mwepu chance
Brighton's Enock Mwepu loved a shot in Austria last season - and Wednesday night's EFL Cup clash with Leicester should see him get the chance to reward his backers.
Eleven Sports and OneFootball wrap up European football rights
Eleven Sports and OneFootball have secured the rights to nine football leagues across Europe. The Danish Superliga, Icelandic Top Football, Professional Football League of Kazakhstan, Latvian Virsliga,
EU Ambassador to the UK: When you play football, you need the referee - which is European Court of Justice
The EU Ambassador to the UK has responded to questions about the European Court of Justice's 's role in Northern Ireland. This week in a move to break the deadlock over the Northern Ireland Protocol,
Transfer rumours and football gossip: Erik ten Hag, Paul Pogba, Mo Salah, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer & Dele Alli
Read the latest football gossip and transfer rumours from the national newspapers with Sporting Life's Paper Talk.
‘It’s true’: £65k-a-week West Ham star admits European giants wanted to sign him in 2019
West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has admitted in an interview that European side Benfica approached him in 2019 about joining the club.
Walter Smith: 'Scale of tributes from around football world show Rangers icon's greatness'
The outpouring of affection for Walter Smith after his death at the age of 73 is a mark of the man, writes Tom English.
Denmark’s perfect campaign hints at changing face of European football
Denmark became only the second team after Germany to qualify for next year’s World Cup. After beating Austria 1-0 they have won all eight of their gr
Ronaldo, Messi, Bale… football stars’ bizarre superstitions including sitting in same bus seat and drinking PORT
FOOTBALLERS are a funny bunch. All the hours they put into training, honing their talent and preparing their bodies for match day, you’d think they would be ready for battle. But
Vinicius outshining Neymar in Europe this season but not with the Brazilian national team
Vinicius’ explosion has contrasted with Neymar’s decline this season. The former, 21 and finally hitting his stride with Real Madrid, is enjoying life a lot more than the latter, who at 30 is enduring a tough start to the season with Paris Saint-Germain.
Sheffield Wednesday boss named alongside Marcus Rashford, Ivan Toney and others on Football Black List
Sheffield Wednesday’s Darren Moore was named on the Football Black List for 2021, alongside the likes of Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford, and Alex Scott.
FIFA’s international calendar plans rejected by European Leagues
FIFA’s proposals to reshape the international calendar have all been firmly rejected by European Leagues, which includes the Premier League, EFL and SPFL among its members.
Ferdinand, Noah Media team for BT Sport football doc
Noah Media Group is behind a new three-part docuseries, South of the River, for BT Sport Films. The series began production pre-Covid and will be broadcast on BT Sport from 23 rd November. Created by Noah Media Group’s Gabriel Clarke (Finding Jack Charlton – BBC,
Ange Postecoglou and Celtic given brutal Csaba Laszlo verdict as former Hearts boss blasts 'he doesn't know European football'
Csaba Laszlo believes Ferencvaros can get the better of Celtic on Tuesday as he warns Ange Postecoglou "doesn't know European football as well as he should". The Parkhead club take on the Hungarian champions in the Europa League,
Tributes to Rangers legend Walter Smith as football mourns his passing
Tributes have been flooding in for Rangers legend Walter Smith after the passing of the former Ibrox manager was announced today.
Mutant cannabis farm as big as 16 football pitches found in Europe's biggest drug raid
The enormous cannabis farm in Huerta de Valdecar Banos, Toledo, Spain, covered an area larger than 16 football pitches and has seen three people arrested
Vitesse analysis with European football expert Andy Brassell
European football expert Andy Brassell is back with his analysis of Vitesse Arnhem ahead of our UEFA Europa Conference League group match in the Netherlands this evening (5.45pm UK).
How Celtic can secure European football after Christmas following Ferencvaros win in Europa League
A simple equation has been formulated for Celtic courtesy of their 2-0 success at home to Ferencvaros in the Europa League this week: win the return fixture in Budapest on November 4 and European football post-Christmas will be guaranteed.
FIFA drive for biennial World Cup stalls amid fierce resistance from European football
FIFA’s drive to get approval in December for holding World Cups every two years stalled Wednesday, one day after its president met with fierce resistance from European soccer leaders. Gianni Infantino instead announced FIFA would host a remote “global summit” on Dec.
Tour de France Grand Depart and football World Cup part of Rishi Sunak’s budget proposals
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce at Wednesday’s Budget £30m of funding to prepare the UK bids to host the 2025 Women’s Rugby World Cup and the 2026 Tour de France Grand Depart. The former was last staged in England in 2010,
After Liverpool approach, player is currently Europe’s 2nd best behind Salah, amid reports
That was according to his ex-manager Flemming Pedersen, who eventually watched the winger ignore Liverpool and leave for Rennes in a £13m move. Now, we’d estimate he’s worth triple that sum, as the 5-cap Ghana international currently finds himself among the top ten players in Europe.
More games, more countries, more travel: Does European football care about its climate impact?
European football is expanding, with more games in more countries than ever before. So how does that tally with the sport reducing its climate impact?
European Super League saga coming soon to TV! Production companies planning to release multi-part documentary into breakaway plans that rocked football in April
Sportsmail has learned a number of the industry's most prominent documentary-makers have started early investigations into the breakaway league that sent shockwaves through the sport in April.
European football roundup: Roma humiliated 6-1 by Bodø/Glimt
José Mourinho’s side were embarrassed in the Arctic Circle, falling to a 6-1 defeat in their Group C encounter
Highest number of academy talents currently playing in Europe’s Big Five leagues revealed with Arsenal best in England
ARSENAL are the best team in England for nurturing young talent. The Gunners have produced more Big Five league players than any other team in the country. Barcelona and Real Madrid comfortably
Chelsea fail to crack top-three in European club rankings despite recent success
Chelsea have become one of the most feared sides in Europe in quick order but have not garnered enough success to jump in the club rankings
European Super League: Over half of EU countries formally oppose botched project
The EU countries want to protect the European Sports Model which allows football to have exemptions from competition laws, defends grassroots level sport and sporting integrity; the European Court of
Five substitute rule in football to be made permanent
Football is likely to see a big change as the temporary rule to use five substitutions in a game is expected to become permanent according to the Times.
Plans for biennial World Cup rejected by South American football body
Brazil and Argentina are among the CONMEBOL members who have confirmed they would not take part in a World Cup every two years. Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, now FIFA’s chief of global football development,
Eleven, OneFootball broadcast deal for 9 European leagues
Eleven and OneFootball will broadcast live matches and highlights from nine European professional football leagues across the world in a collective deal with Th