Fiorentina have signed Alberto Gilardino from Guangzhou Evergrande on loan until the end of the season, with an option to make the move permanent. Vincenzo Montella was keen to add some more depth to his attack this January and the 32-year-old had ... Yahoo! Singapore, 4 days ago
Serie A front-runners Juventus expect little trouble when they welcome Chievo ahead of a late Sunday game pitting second-place Roma against Fiorentina. The Rome Giallorossi last Saturday were held 1-1 at Palermo, drawing for the fourth time in the ...Dalje.com, 1 week ago
Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is doing a great job in keeping Sampdoria flying high in Serie A. Sampdoria continued with their superb start to the season after beating lowly Parma 2-0 away on Sunday. Last weekend's programme of matches brought the ...Times of Malta, 1 week ago
From the major deals to the long shots and investments for the future, FIFA.com rounds up who has gone where in the last fortnight.
January is a busy time in the football calendar, with the star-studded FIFA Ballon dOr Gala attracting the world's gaze and the month-long transfer window triggering plenty of frenetic activity in the marketplace. The first two weeks of 2015 ...FIFA.com, 2 weeks ago
All that remains now is the 23-year-old striker's signature on the contract to complete the most lucrative deal of the current crop of Socceroos, after Shanghai came to financial terms with the Wanderers for a fee of around $1.5 million. The ...Special Broadcasting Service, 2 weeks ago
Early storylines going into the Italy-Spain Euro 2012 final on Sunday: 1. Three is the magic number. Spain has already equaled the achievement of West Germany, which was the 1972 and 1974 European and world champions before falling just short in ...SI.com, 1 month ago Spain earns the big prize, but here are my Euro 2012 tourney awards SI.com, 1 month ago
Here are three thoughts on Italy's 0-0 win over England in penalty kicks: 1. Justice was done in the end. From the second minute of the match, when Daniele de Rossi struck a swerving shot from 30 yards out that cannoned off the inside of Joe ...SI.com, 1 month ago
A 'No to Racism' sign before the EURO 2016 Qualifier match. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has said the abuse he suffered on social media is ‘a disgrace’ and called for world soccer's governing body FIFA to reassess the way they deal with racism. Greater Manchester Police are investigating claims that the Ivorian was racially abused within hours of re-activating his Twitter account on Monday. "To have such aggression in sport, I can't ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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