noscript image
GooglePlay Logo AppStore Logo
UEFA Super Cup

Can Sevilla shock Barcelona in Uefa Super Cup?

The Sevilla boss is preparing his side to face the Champions League holders in the Uefa Super Cup and is confident they can spring a surprise

Premier League

Man City manager Pellegrini backs Toure to be on top form

Manuel Pellegrini is confident Manchester City will see Yaya Toure back to his best after insisting the problems the player faced last season are now behind him.

Bundesliga

Bayern Munich eye historic fourth title on Pep's swansong

Bayern Munich kick-off the new Bundesliga season at home to Hamburg on Friday with the Bavarians bidding for an historic fourth league title and Pep Guardiola tight-lipped over his future.

Top Five Bundesliga new-signings

The 2015/16 Bundesliga season starts on Friday when defending champions Bayern Munich host Hamburg. Here is a look at the German League's top five off-season transfers:

SPL

Celtic top after two matches

Celtic manager Ronny Deila says the Hoops will be wary of a Kilmarnock backlash when the sides clash at Rugby Park on Wednesday.

Premier League

City stroll on Sterling debut

Raheem Sterling's Manchester City debut was overshadowed by the old guard as Yaya Toure and Vincent Kompany made the decisive contributions in an impressive 3-0 win at West Bromwich Albion on Monday.

DFB Pokal

Hertha post Cup win after team gun attack

Hertha Berlin cleared the German Cup first round hurdle on Monday 24 hours after a shot was fired at their team bus as a clash between lower league Osnabruck and RB Leipzig was suspended when the referee was struck on the head by a lighter.

Ligue 1

Bielsa back in Argentina after quitting Marseille

Argentine coach Marcelo Bielsa on Monday returned to his home country two days after his surprise resignation from French Ligue 1 side Marseille.

Russian Premier League

Doumbia returns to CSKA

Ivory Coast marksman Seydou Doumbia has returned to his former club CSKA Moscow on loan from Serie A side AS Roma, the Red Army club announced Monday.

SPL

Deila defends Collins over 'disparaging' comments

Celtic manager Ronny Deila has defended John Collins after his assistant was accused of being disrespectful to the other clubs in the Scottish Premiership.

Confederation Cup

Leopards honour injured star with vital win

Congolese club AC Leopards honoured injured star Rudy Guelord Bhebey-Ndey by defeating Egyptians Zamalek 1-0 at the weekend and throwing Group B of the CAF Confederation Cup wide open.

Ligue 1

Bodmer, Pouplin join Nice injury list

Nice captain and defender Mathieu Bodmer and goalkeeper Simon Pouplin have both joined the team's growing injury list.

UEFA Super Cup

Losing Pedro unthinkable for Iniesta

Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta doesn't want to consider the possibility that Spanish international teammate Pedro Rodriguez could be entering his final days as a Barca player.

Ligue 1

Midfield duo Silva, Boschilia pen Monaco deals

Portuguese international midfielder Bernardo Silva and Brazilian midfielder Gabriel Boschilia have penned deals with Monaco until 2020, the Ligue 1 club announced on Monday.

CAF Champions League

African champions Setif suffer huge blow

Algerian club Entente Setif had hopes of a second successive CAF Champions League title severely dented at the weekend after losing 2-0 to Al Merrikh in Sudan.

Bundesliga

Copa winner Aranquiz set for Leverkusen

Copa America winner Charles Aranguiz is on the verge of signing for Bayer Leverkusen, the Bundesliga side announced on Monday.

Premier League

Mahrez leads African goal charge in England

Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez was the outstanding African on the opening weekend of the English Premier League, bagging a brace for Leicester City in a 4-2 triumph over Sunderland.

Premier League

Rondon joins Baggies in record deal

English Premier League side West Bromwich Albion said Monday they had signed striker Salomon Rondon for a club-record deal "worth around £12 million ($19 million, 17 million euros)".

FIFA vice president Prince Ali says fans want Blatter out

Football fans around the globe want FIFA leader Sepp Blatter to quit now and let an independent commission reform world football's scandal-tainted governing body, Prince Ali bin al-Hussein, who could run for president, told AFP.

Russian Premier League

West Brom make club record signing with Salomon Rondon

A reported £15mil has been paid by the baggies for the signature of Rondon who comes from Zenit St. Petersburg

Follow BeSoccer on Facebook