Steve Cherundolo, a 35-year-old defender for the US national team with 15 seasons in the German Bundesliga for Hanover, announced his retirement from football on Wednesday.
A former senior official of FIFA and his family were paid almost $2 million (£1.
Massimo Cellino’s lawyer insisted his client’s planned takeover of Leeds United could still go through despite the Cagliari president being handed a hefty fine on Tuesday for failing to pay duty on a yacht.
Aaron Ramsey believes his best is yet to come after signing a new contract with Arsenal that will reportedly keep the Wales midfielder at the north London club until 2018.
Sao Paulo’s delayed Corinthians Arena stadium, due to host the opening match at the World Cup, will be delivered to organizers on April 15, albeit with final touches still required, an official said Tuesday.
Controversial plans to change the official name of English Premier League club Hull City appeared to have been thwarted on Monday by the Football Association.
Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba admits he is unlikely to celebrate if he scores on his emotional return to Chelsea in the Champions League.
England scrum-half Danny Care believes the side’s runners-up finish in the Six Nations has prepared them well for their upcoming tour of New Zealand and a serious tilt at the World Cup on home soil next year.
Two Steven Gerrard penalties and a Tomas Rosicky thunderbolt helped Liverpool and Arsenal claim precious derby wins on Sunday to crank up the pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho gave a scathing verdict on referee Chris Foy after the Chelsea boss and two of his players were sent off in a 1-0 loss at Aston Villa.
LONDON: MARCH 17, 2014 – Former world champion Amir Khan says he is ready to be on Floyd Mayweather’s undercard in Las Vegas, but is unsure about his potential opponent.
Leaders Chelsea surrendered the initiative in the Premier League title race as they had two players and boss Jose Mourinho sent off in a shock 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa on Saturday.
The United States defended their Paralympic champion title in sledge hockey Saturday, winning 1-0 against Russia in a gruelling game that sent hockey sticks flying and at times resembled baseball.
Four-time champion Roger Federer marched into the final of the Indian Wells ATP Masters on Saturday with a masterful 6-3, 6-1 victory over Alexandr Dolgopolov.
Two-time major champion John Daly suffered the worst round of his career on Friday, firing a 19-over par 90 that included an octuple-bogey 12 at the 16th hole.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes will miss the forthcoming World Twenty20 tournament after breaking his hand while punching a locker during Thursday’s five-run win over West Indies.
The English Premier League has bolstered its ties with its most significant overseas market by signing a co-operation agreement with the Asian Football Confederation.
Banned French striker Nicolas Anelka on Friday revealed he has quit West Bromwich Albion with immediate effect.
England’s governing Football Association said Thursday they would not be appealing against a five-match ban imposed on Nicolas Anelka for his controversial ‘quenelle’ gesture.
A German court Thursday sentenced football legend Uli Hoeness, president of powerhouse club Bayern Munich, to three and a half years in jail for major tax fraud.
Organizers of the Rio 2016 Olympics on Thursday revealed plans to provide language training for more than a million people ahead of the event.
JOHANNESBURG: March 13, 2014 (AFP) – Posts about soccer topped Africans’ tweets last year, trumping even world events like the death of Nelson Mandela, results from a study released on Wednesday showed.
Olympics: Berlin considers bidding for 2024 Olympics BERLIN: March 13, 2014 (AFP) – Germany’s capital Berlin is considering bidding to host the 2024 Olympic Games, the city’s mayor Klaus Wowereit said. “Berlin meets the requirements to host the…
HALIFAX, CANADA: March 13, 2014 (AFP) – American Matt Kuchar will lead a World squad against Canada in a matchup of pro foursomes in the inaugural Canada Cup match at Halifax on June 30, organisers announced.
SOCHI: March 12, 2014 (AFP) – With tensions running high over Crimea, a fledgling Russian team on Tuesday went head to head with defending champions the United States in sledge hockey, beating them 2-1.
RIO DE JANEIRO: March 12, 2014 (AFP) – Rio police will boost their presence in a violent slum controlled by drug gangs as authorities crack down on crime in the final countdown to the World Cup, an official source said Tuesday.