Argentine football hero Diego Maradona defended Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday over a deadly political crisis in which the socialist leader’s opponents have branded him a dictator.
Neymar’s former club Santos are demanding Barcelona pay them a fee of €13.4m for the forward’s transfer to Paris Saint-Germain, say reports.
Barcelona are refusing to pay a £23m bonus to Neymar's father following a contract renewal last year.
Former PSG defender Alex is afraid for defenders who will have to come up against the trio of Neymar, Di Maria and Cavani.
Liverpool are resigned to losing Philippe Coutinho after the player reportedly informed manager Jurgen Klopp he wanted to leave and Barcelona officials are claimed to be in the United Kingdom to seal the deal in time for the Brazilian to be eligible for his first El clasico.
The fans arrested by the Nigerian Police Force are Mohammed Isa (35), Hamisu Mohammed (30) and Yola Ishaya aka Chara (24).
Gareth Bale would have a "huge" impact on the Premier League should he leave Real Madrid this summer, says Sam Vokes.
The home-based Super Eagles will travel by road to Cotonou on Friday ahead of the 2018 African Nations Championship playoffs first leg qualifier against Benin Republic.
Baring hard luck, Plateau United FC of Jos is on the historic path of returning the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) crown to the city of Jos after 45 years of waiting.
Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure has revealed that Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, is determined to win in style just like he did at Barcelona.
Sergio Ramos has said Zinedine Zidane’s knowledge of the Real Madrid dressing room has helped him to greater success than Jose Mourinho at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Chelsea forward Michy Batshuayi has rubbished the idea that he was laughing at the expense of team-mate Alvaro Morata during Sunday's Community Shield.
Liverpool are so determined to keep Philippe Coutinho at the club and are prepared to reject a £100m offer from Barcelona for the midfielder.
After qualified success in his maiden campaign as Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will hope to dust off his tried and tested second-season formula in 2017-18.
World football ruling body FIFA has announced that the second edition of the Best FIFA Football Awards will take place in London, UK, on October 23.
Arsenal need to follow the lead of arch-rivals Tottenham and get a proven manager in place, says John Hartson, with the Gunners in no position to take “a chance” on Freddie Ljungberg.
Laurent Koscielny has spoken about his reasons for leaving Arsenal in the summer; a decision which surprised many at the club including the fans he believes did not expect him to go.
The statement said energy professionals and consultants gathered by the ministry agreed that to achieve the new targets set by President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration for the Oil and Gas sector, there is need to put a sound and stress-free acreage management policy in place.
Manchester United have rediscovered a spark and the return of Paul Pogba can see them take the “next step” as the Frenchman has the ability to “unlock the door”, says Ryan Giggs.
The main political party leaders are continuing to push their election pledges to voters, as the campaign enters its final few days.
Anthony Joshua may have been hurt during sparring in preparation for his rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr on December 7 in Saudi Arabia, according to reports.
Kaizer Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp has stated that Nigeria goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi will keep the gloves for the forseeable future despite the availability of Bafana Bafana’s Itumeleng Khune.
Arsenal legend Tony Adams has criticised Per Mertesacker over his decision to join Freddie Ljungberg’s coaching staff following Arsenal’s 2-1 defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion on Thursday evening at the Emirates.
Acting president of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), Honourable Olamide George has affirmed Prince Adisa Adeniyi Beyioku as the authentic and substantive Secretary General of the federation.
Super Falcons forward Francisca Ordega remains upbeat the African champions will bounce back from recent setbacks and qualify for the next African women’s cup of Nations in 2020.