Ronaldinho treated the game of football as if he was a magician at a children’s party. He made us question what was possible on a football pitch.
In Messi and Ronaldo, we now have two all-time greats playing at the same time, breaking record after record. All prior work is distorted, lost in the standard-definition haze of YouTube highlight packages set to thumping Eurodance soundtracks.
Kaka, the last wonder of the old footballing world, perhaps suffered the most for this transition.
It's a war of words not being said at Manchester United, and no one quite knows what will happen next...
“It was a ridiculous amount of money, but it’s the crazy world we are in. United are routinely quoted £10m more for a player but I have not bought Martial for me. I have bought him for the next manager of Manchester United.”
Martial has, and always will be "the future" of dysfunctional, post Fergie, Manchester United
Jose Mourinho, as you know him, was borne from a volcano....
Flying No. 3s have fast established themselves as a valuable asset for the season ahead and Luke Shaw looks to play a valuable part of Manchester United's new set up for the season ahead.
The Dark Knight, thanks to a pressurized scenario and the obsessions of its creators, presents an unlikely candidate for an $180 million blockbuster: Batman the Thinker
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the last of its kind. After July 15 2018, there will be no more 32 nation summer World Cups. Russia 2018 will serve as the series finale to a 20-year-long chapter of world football that started with France 98. And as with many well-received series finales, it’s packed full of throwbacks to previous episodes.
The show punishes Lisa for being the ‘smart one’; making her defend the show against accusations of racism is the greatest punishment of all
As anticipation for Avengers: Infinity War builds, Carl Anka takes a closer look at the fictitious African nation that the superhero of the decade calls homeBlack Panther took the super hero genre to Shakespearean levels of storytelling and powered its...
Modern football works at such a pace that it can be hard to keep up. One week Neymar is one third of an iconic and seemingly unbreakable attacking alliance at Barcelona; the next he’s being paraded in France as the new King of Paris and the most expensive player of all-time, having been pinched from Barca for €250m.