Cristiano Ronaldo posted a photo on his social media after the Portuguese media source 'Correio da Manha' revealed that he tested positive for coronavirus again. The Juventus player doesn't seem excessively concerned.
Cristiano Ronaldo will miss the Champions League match in a week's time. The Portuguese media 'Correio da Manha' reports that the Juventus star has tested positive again for COVID-19 and will not be able to play against Leo Messi's Barcelona.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has defended goalkeeper Jordan Pickford over a reckless tackle that injured Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk, saying suggestions it was pre-meditated were "not fair".
Rafael Benitez's Dalian Pro avoided relegation from the Chinese Super League on Thursday, despite winning just three times in 16 games this season.
Werder Bremen announced on Thursday they had cancelled training after an unnamed squad member tested positive for coronavirus, disrupting preparations for this weekend's league game against Hoffenheim.
Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick has challenged Kingsley Coman to replicate his Champions League form in the Bundesliga after the France winger netted twice and assisted another goal in Wednesday's 4-0 rout of Atletico Madrid.
Pep Guardiola admits Manchester City's lengthening injury list is a concern as they prepare for a gruelling schedule of three away games in the space of eight days.
PES 2021 is one of the riskiest projects that Konami has launched. Released as an upgrade to last year's version, the PES 2021: Season Update includes the same core gameplay and PES 2020 modes while introducing jerseys, rosters, and trades to the upcoming football season. There is also a positive thing, threadbare as it might seem. But when you load up common menus and similar configurations, all about PES 2021 invokes déjà vu; it is radically different from its counterpart on the ground.
Thomas Muller is again the Bundesliga's most creative player and talked up his Germany hopes after also starring in the Champions League.
Considered by many to be the greatest footballer of all time, Pele will celebrate his 80th birthday Friday, confined to his home in Brazil because of Covid-19 but meeting the milestone with his trademark laugh.