United Technologies may be on the verge of buying Rockwell Collins for some $23 bln. Rob Cyran and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss the merits of the transaction.
With one ferocious sweep of his right foot, Yusuke Ideguchi booked Japan’s place at the World Cup in Russia next year.
Gone are the days when footballers were sold for a bagful of kit, as was the price of former Liverpool star John Barnes when he joined English side Watford in 1981.
With clubs across Europe scrambling to complete last-minute deals ahead of the European summer transfer window’s closure later this week, English Premier League side Liverpool have announced a signing — for the 2018-2019 season.
There are no openly gay players in the top five of English football, a fact many attribute to the culture surrounding the game.
It’s not often you get to glimpse icebergs and whales while watching a game of soccer, but that’s only one of the reasons why the Greenlandic football season is one of the sport’s most unusual.
FIFA isn’t talking. Neither is Qatar. Nor Saudi Arabia, Bahrain or the UAE.
Over the past two seasons, Jean-Pierre Rivère has presided over one of the most remarkable and prudent turnarounds in European football.
The curtain came down on the Confederations Cup Sunday, amid controversy and confusion.
As he recalls the events of July 14, 2016, Frederic Colombo’s voice begins to crack. His eyes start to well up. He’s remembering the day his city’s heart was broken.
Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? Everybody has their favorite player, but could choose skills from more than one and create an unbeatable superstar?