Former Port Vale winger Chris Birchall joins City Of Stoke Football Club as Director of Football.
Two first half hattricks from Jermaine Pennant and Robert Pires, leading Southampton 6-1 and the clock strikes to the 89th minute of Southampton’s miserable visit to Highbury in May of 2003. The Arsenal faithful arise to applaud the efforts of hattrick hero Pennant as he leaves the field of play to be replaced by a young right back named Justin Hoyte.
The ugly side of the beautiful game of football rose its head on Saturday when T&T international Jomal Williams of Luis Angel Firpo was racially abused by fans of his former club Isidro Metapan during an El Salvador Apertura Primera Division match at Estadio Jorge Calero Suarez, Metapan.
Fenerbahçe Women's Football Team has added Trinidad and Tobago striker Kennya Kinda Esther Cordner to its squad.
Senior national women’s football team striker, Kennya “Yaya” Cordner and her IL Sandviken team captured the league crown in the Norwegian Toppserien in emphatic style hammering Klepp 8-0 in the 17th and penultimate round of competition on Sunday.
In our lives, we all have that one teacher who makes us fall in love with what they teach, simply because they’re brilliant at teaching. Soccer players and fans can also relate to this fact. All of us fancy football’s great teachers like Johan Cruyff or Sir Alex Ferguson. But other names are not quite as popular as these extraordinary coaches. Over the past few years, a boom of soccer trainers have been splashing their skills all over social platforms, and they are doing a marvelous job by teaching and spreading the love of the beautiful game. One of them is Keion Joseph, also known as Coach Cruz, the founder of Cruz Coaching.
Former T&T FIFA Under-17 World Cup player and senior national team defender Julius James was appointed to the coaching staff of the David Beckham-owned Inter Miami CF Special Olympics Unified Team on Tuesday.
Daniel Phillips returned to action for the Gills with a man-of-the-match display against Sheffield Wednesday last Saturday and admitted, “It’s good to be back."
Manchester United legend Dwight Yorke has spoken passionately about Black History Month and the need for all football fans to celebrate those who are helping to create a better future.