After a whole season, the Spanish league title came down to just one match – Atletico Madrid versus Barcelona.
Carlsberg unveils Malawi sponsorship
Carlsberg Malawi Limited unveiled three-year sponsorship worth $600 000 (K250 million) for Malawi senior national team, the Flames at Protea Ryalls Hotel in Blantyre on Thursday night. Malawi is among the few […]
Have Kyoto Sanga scored the most bewildering free-kick ever?
Dani Alves eats a banana
Madrid: a city divided by football
Real Madrid is one of the most successful prize winning clubs of this century and their emblem stands for power and wealth. Atletico, on the other hand, are the club of the […]
Interview with AC Milan Playmaker Kakà
Swide caught up with legendary Brazilian Playmaker Kakà in the Dolce&Gabbana Barbiere on Corso Venezia, Milan. We talked about family life, his home in Brazil, his hopes for the forthcoming World Cup […]
The 10-year-old daughter of a Fifa executive who helped to select World Cup host nations had more than £2 million put into a savings account set up in her name
Another great Tel scoop on Qatar which FIFA will of course ignore http://t.co/3nxbwNJfOw — Guy Adams (@guyadams) April 20, 2014
Luis Suárez interviews Paul McCartney about Liverpool and Uruguay (with a funny twist at the end)
On Saturday 19th April 2014 Paul McCartnet played live at the Estadio Centenario in Montevideo, Uruguay. Before the gig, Uruguayan footballer Luis Suárez interviewed Paul.
Gareth Bale wrote football history in Barcelona last night
FC Barcelona is playing the ball back and forth and back and forth. Real Madrid play one way. Forward. Including a trip OUTSIDE the field!
Liverpool players remember Hillsborough disaster
Former Liverpool players Bruce Grobbelaar and Ian Rush share their memories of the Hillsborough disaster.