April 14, 2024




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Greenwood cleared of attempted rape charges

In a statement, the CPS said charges which also included controlling and coercive behaviour were discontinued.

18 second delay costs Barcelona

Barcelona director of soccer Mateu Alemany said Wednesday that a “system error” caused the club to miss the midnight deadline at the end of the transfer window Tuesday.

There was no need for us to make January signings - Ancelotti

"We did not address the (January) market because we did not need to," Ancelotti told a news conference ahead of Thursday's LaLiga match against Valencia.

Chelsea dominate January transfer window

No team was more active than Chelsea, which continued its record-breaking business right up until the deadline by making Enzo Fernandez the most expensive player in British soccer history

Jorginho joins Arsenal from Chelsea

Financial details of the transfer were not disclosed but British media reported the deal was worth 12 million pounds ($14.78 million).

Caicedo begs Brighton to let him leave

"I am proud to be able to bring in a record transfer fee for Brighton which would allow them to reinvest it and help the club continue to be successful.

Ake goal earns Man City FA Cup victory against Arsenal

City's Pep Guardiola brought Julian Alvarez off the bench early in the second half, with the Argentina striker playing a big part in the winner, firing against the post before Ake slotted home

Arsenal legend fired after just nine games in charge

Toure only agreed a three-and-a-half year contract at Wigan on November 29, but his disastrous reign is already over.

Lampard fired from Everton job

The former Chelsea and Derby boss was told his 357 day spell in charge had come to an end during a phone call with Farhad Moshiri, Everton’s major shareholder.

Nketiah double steers Arsenal to victory over Man Utd

Nketiah netted the winner in injury time with a back-heeled flick-on after a shot from Martin Odegaard to secure a crucial victory that keeps Arsenal five points ahead of Manchester City