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Messi tops wealth league ahead of Ronaldo, Neymar

Lionel Messi (centre) with Neymar Jr (left) and Christiano Ronaldo. (Photo: Philipp Schmidli/Getty Images) LIONEL MESSI remains the world’s richest football player, despite the Argentine...

Ronaldo becomes the second player to score 100 international goals

CRISTIANO RONALDO rattled home a superb first-half free kick to become only the second male player to score 100 international goals as Portugal outclassed...

Rashford forms taskforce with food brands to tackle hunger among children

MARCUS RASHFORD has formed a taskforce with some major food brands to help tackle hunger among children, the Manchester United and England forward said...

Argentines hoping for Messi-Guardiola reunion at City

THE news that Lionel Messi wants to leave Barcelona may have shocked the football world but his fellow Argentines back his decision and they...

The ‘Atomic Flea’ bomb: top European clubs circle as Messi calls time at Barcelona

SIX-TIME Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi has told Barcelona he wants to leave in a “bombshell” fax that is expected to spark a legal...

Atletico shoot for football future in cricket-mad Pakistan

Spain's Atletico Madrid are taking on a challenge tougher than winning La Liga -- developing football in cricket-mad Pakistan, where bat and ball are king,...

Zambrotta set to quit as Delhi Dynamos coach

Italian World Cup winner Gianluca Zambrotta is set to quit the head coach's job at the Indian Super League side Delhi Dynamos to become...

Maradona ‘excited’ to meet Sourav Ganguly

Football legend Diego Maradona is excited for his second visit to Kolkata and has already started the countdown. The highlight of the Argentine's September 18-20...
David James

David James: Asia to beat Africa to World Cup win

Asia has overtaken Africa and now looks the more likely continent to produce a World Cup-winning team, according to the former England goalkeeper David...

India promises no Commonwealth Games fiasco at U17 World Cup

India has promised that this year's U17 football World Cup will avoid the errors of New Delhi's 2010 Commonwealth Games, which were notorious for...