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Rewind: When Cantona attacked a fan

Rewind to 1995
 By Nick Miller

Transfer tales of small to big club failures and successes

Roque Santa Cruz's ballyhooed arrival to Manchester City ended with the Paraguayan being loaned out three separate times.
Roque Santa Cruz's ballyhooed arrival to Manchester City ended with the Paraguayan being loaned out three separate times.

Plenty of players have gone from small clubs to big clubs in their Premier League careers, yet five failures and five successes stand out among all the rest.


Scott Parker -- Charlton to Chelsea, 2004

When you're a young player doing good things with a small team, it's hard not to be seduced by the idea of a big club with big ambitions and big, big cheques, if they come calling. Scott Parker was in the form of his, and many other people's lives, in 2003-04 with Charlton. Such form...

Rochdale's FA Cup dreams end on their big night in the spotlight

A crowd of 7443 would pack into Spotland for Rochdale's FA Cup clash vs. Stoke.

In the latest edition of our Wembley Dreams series, Iain Macintosh travels to Rochdale for a major occasion in the history of the unheralded League One side. Keith Hill's men welcomed Premier League Stoke City to their Spotland ground with dreams of springing another surprise on a weekend of shocks. 


- 1st round: Maidstone's night of glory
2nd round: Wrexham roll into round three
- 3rd round: Stoke squeeze past Wrexham
- 4th round: One night in Rochdale
- 5th round: Feb. 14-16
- 6th round: Mar. 7
- Semifinals: Apr. 18-19
- Final: May 30

ROCHDALE, England -- Cambridge United took a sip against Manchester United, while Middlesbrough took a gulp vs. Manchester City and, by vanquishing Chelsea, Bradford tried to down the whole thing...

Bayern Munich return to Bundesliga action in first place

Matthias Sammer, Bayern Munich sporting director, and influential midfielder Xabi Alonso discuss the resumption of the Bundesliga season after the winter break.

The German season is set to resume, which means defending Bundesliga champions and Power Rankings leaders Bayern Munich will return to competitive action.  

1. Bayern Munich (no change)

By now you know the drill: Bayern haven't played but stay top by virtue of no other side having done enough to usurp them. But, wait, the Bundesliga resumes this weekend and, furthermore, the runaway leaders face a tough test away at Wolfsburg. Are Pep Guardiola's side in for a surprise?

2. Real Madrid (no change)


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Capital One Cup balancing act for Spurs and Chelsea, but success is key

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho expresses his displeasure with a particular Sky analyst and defends his star striker Diego Costa.

If last weekend's incredible upsets suggested that reports of the death of the magic of the FA Cup had been greatly exaggerated, midweek saw the League Cup reassert itself with two thrilling semifinals. This week has reminded of the drama that the death-or-glory nature of cup competitions can bring.

Chelsea and Liverpool slugged out their encounter but there were plenty of subplots to keep the attention as Jose Mourinho's men advanced. Diego Costa's stamps (one of which was subject to an FA charge),...

A porous U.S. defense allows Chile to rally in exhibition loss

Chile forward Mark Gonzalez scored the winning goal for his side to beat the United States 3-2 in Rancagua.

The U.S. men's national team began the 2015 campaign much like it finished 2014, with the Americans fading late to fall 3-2 to hosts Chile.

The U.S. twice went ahead in the first half in Wednesday's friendly, with goals from left wing back Brek Shea and striker Jozy Altidore sandwiched around a first-half tally from Roberto Gutierrez. But a stirring fight back, punctuated by a pair of goals from Mark Gonzalez, saw the home side prevail in Rancagua, Chile.

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FIFA presidency: The candidates challenging Sepp Blatter

Dutchman Michael van Praag has announced he will stand against Sepp Blatter in the FIFA presidential election.
Former French international David Ginola explains his reasoning to run for the FIFA presidency, indicating he wants to help restore FIFA's image.

Nominations for the FIFA presidential election close on Thursday with five challengers vying to unseat the incumbent Sepp Blatter.

With world football's governing body blighted by a string of controversies, the race for the top post promises to be a highly charged affair that will culminate with its 209 member countries voting in Zurich on May 29.

Here, we take a look at who is in the running for the most important job in world football and assess their chances.

Sepp Blatter: After initially promising...