Ole Gunnar Solskjær discusses his sides focus ahead of their Premier League meeting with Frank Lampard's Chelsea.
Barcelona officially announced Ronald Koeman's squad for the 'Clásico' against Real Madrid. The main piece of news is Jordi Alba, who has been training to try to be available and in the end achieved it. Mingueza drops out of the team, who made the squad for the game against Ferencvaros.
Sports franchises that have been around for a long time certainly have their share of ups and downs. Every team has a period of a few bad seasons, but luckily their dedicated fan bases support them for the long haul. You know how it goes, after a while a team may gradually drop off in the rankings to hopefully emerge later after a rebuild. Sometimes a team needs some new talented players to build around. Other times, the management and coaches are to blame. Here are a few football clubs that need to enact some changes soon and get back to their winning ways.
FC Midtjylland have humbled some of the biggest names in English football down the years. Check out some of the best goals against the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Southampton.
Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic could face a six-month prison sentence in his native Serbia for allegedly breaching mandatory coronavirus self-isolation measures, state prosecutors said in a statement Friday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Friday defended the professionalism of Mason Greenwood, saying the "whole English press" have targeted the Manchester United forward after he was sent home from England duty last month.
Sergio Ramos was the main piece of news at Real Madrid training on Friday. Pending official confirmation, the defender will be in the Real Madrid squad for the match.
Ronald Koeman will know Barcelona can plunge Real Madrid into crisis on Saturday but for him a first Clasico as coach is more about vindication.
Check out the Brighton stars in training ahead of the side's clash against West Brom in the Premier League.
Two of the biggest rivalries in world football will dominate the weekend's action in Europe, with the first Clasico of the season being followed by the Ruhr derby between Borussia Dortmund and Schalke on Saturday.