Cuneo 20, Pro Piacenza 0. It didn’t help that Pro Piacenza had only seven players.
by: RORY SMITH — NY Times 18 Feb
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has thrived since replacing José Mourinho, as have his players. But that does not mean all is right in United’s world.
... e Star Goes, Another Is Going, and More Are Always Coming Feb. 9, 2019 Image Manchester City Delivered a Lesson. Will Chelsea Learn This Time? Feb. 10, 2019 Image Advert ...
... Martinez/Reuters By Rory Smith Feb. 18, 2019 On the field at Craven Cottage, Manchester United looked — as usual, now — like a team that knew where it was going. Paul Pogb ...
by: PALKO KARASZ — NY Times 16 Feb
The 28-year-old soccer striker died when the small plane he was traveling in went down in the English Channel.
by: ANDREW DAS — NY Times 14 Feb
Garber, who has overseen a wave of expansion that has more than doubled the size of the league since he took over in 1999, will remain through the 2023 season.
by: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — NY Times 14 Feb
Tottenham poured in three goals during the second half against Borussia Dortmund, while Real Madrid got a late winner in a tough battle against Ajax.
... nd during the second half of their Champions League match Wednesday, setting Spurs on their way to a 3-0 victory in the first leg in London. After being on the ...
by: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — NY Times 13 Feb
Playing against Brazil in the 1970 World Cup, he somehow stopped a downward header from Pele, who later said the save was among the best he had ever seen.
by: RORY SMITH — NY Times 13 Feb
Paris St.-Germain motored past Manchester United without Neymar and Edinson Cavani. It will need them back eventually, but on Tuesday it didn’t matter.
by: AUSTIN RAMZY — NY Times 11 Feb
Hakeem al-Araibi, who has refugee status in Australia, said he faced torture if sent back to his native country.
by: RORY SMITH — NY Times 10 Feb
A 6-0 thumping by Manchester City led to renewed talk that Chelsea would fire its manager, that it would start over again. But change isn’t always the answer.
by: RORY SMITH — NY Times 9 Feb
Ajax has always produced young talents like Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt and then sent them off to bigger clubs. Now they just have to do it faster.
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