The World Cup is over - so when will the Premier League players returning late be back in action?
by: Marcus Christenson — The Guardian 10h
Throughout the World Cup, our readers have been able to vote on every single player performance and here is their team of the 2018 World Cup
by: Joe Prince-Wright — NBC Sports: NBC Soccer 11h
We list our 10 favorite goals of the World Cup. Find out who made the cut.
by: Greg Potts — Football Fancast 14h
This Tottenham star's invisible performance against Belgium showed why he should not have started the game
by: George Perry — Fansided: The Pride of London 14h
Thibaut Courtois knows Chelsea can replace him but they cannot replace Eden Hazard, so he is doing his best to force a Belgian package deal on the Blues. D...
by: Gav1879 — SB Nation: Roker Report 16h
Roker Report reader Bill has a message for his fellow fans about the season ahead. Is it time to let go of the past and help ensure we make this club successful again? Email us: RokerReport@yahoo.co.uk - we’ll include your message in a future edition!
by: arseblog — Arseblog 24h
Arsenal blogging, news, podcasts and occasional insight
by: Matt Law — The Telegraph 15 Jul
Chelsea are ready to reject approaches from Real Madrid and Barcelona for Eden Hazard and are confident they can hold on to their star man for at least another season.
by: N/A — BBC 15 Jul
Premier League managers need to be "brave enough" and give England young players a chance in the first team, says England manager Gareth Southgate.
by: Jack Newman — Football Fancast 15 Jul
Liverpool are close to signing Sunderland youth player Luca Stephenson. The 15-year-old has been dubbed the new Jordan Henderson.
by: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Robert+Summerscales+For+Mailonline — Daily Mail 15 Jul
One male protester made a beeline for Lovren and appeared to be hoping to receive a high-five, but instead found himself thrown to the floor by the unimpressed Croatian centre back.
by: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Chris+Wheeler+for+MailOnline — Daily Mail 15 Jul
Luke Shaw, a £30m buy from Southampton in 2014, could leave for nothing when he becomes a free agent next summer and Manchester United want him to sign a new deal if only to protect their asset.