The renowned 'That Peter Crouch Podcast' has become a huge success since the first episode was aired in September last year.
If you haven't yet heard of it, Peter Crouch, Tom Fordyce and Chris Stark host weekly chats about how to be a professional footballer.
Former Liverpool, Chelsea and Spain striker Fernando Torres has announced he is to retire from football.
The 35-year-old, who is currently playing for Sagan Tosu in Japan, confirmed the end of his football career on social media.
The 2018/19 season of Premier League is well behind us and it was an exciting one to watch. Featuring 20 of the best teams England has to offer, we can be sure there was no shortage of incredible performances.
Mental health seems to be swept under the carpet at every turn and this is especially true when dealing with athletes. Well-known athletes whether in high school, college, or in the professional ranks are put under a microscope far more than athletes in the past.
Diego Costa got a red card vs Barcelona because he said to referee Gil Manzano: "I s**t on your f***ing mother".
The guy is absolutely nuts.
Atletico Madrid went to the Camp Nou looking to keep the LaLiga Santandertitle race alive.
Mark Chapman presents highlights and discussion of the day’s two Premier League games, with title-chasing Liverpool hosting Spurs and struggling Cardiff at home to Chelsea.A round-up of the weekend's football action.
Álvaro Alexander Recoba Rivero (Montevideo, 17th March 1976) joined Inter from Nacional back in 1997 for 7 billion lira. He spent ten seasons with the Nerazzurri (during which he spent six months on loan at Venezia), racking up a
total of 261 appearances and scoring 72 goals.
Liverpool making their way into the next round of UEFA Champions League stage following an important win over Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
Playing away from home, The Reds looked pretty cautious on their approach and were more focus on breaking down their opponent's attack and play a quick counter.
Another comeback occurred in Champions League last 16 second leg as Juventus stunned Atletico Madrid 3-0 in Turin.
The Italian giant were down 2-0 in their first leg meeting against Atleti and things didn't look promising for Bianconeri.