Melbourne City FC suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat at Newcastle Jets in the A-League on Sunday.
City, who are third in the 10-team division, had Jacob Melling sent off in the second half in a disappointing result for John van 't Schip's side.
Milos Trifunovic broke the deadlock for the Jets from the penalty spot early in the second half before doubling his side's lead on 72 minutes.
Fernando Torres has admitted that scoring 100 goals for Atletico Madrid is like a dream come true.
The 31-year-old helped his team come from behind to defeat Eibar 3-1 in La Liga on Saturday, finding the net from close range after a low cross by Luciano Vietto in second-half injury time.
Fans at Vicente Calderon Stadium gave the striker a standing ovation and loudly chanted his name after the final whistle after Torres bagged his first goal since September.
"Finally," Torres said. "After many games...
Jose Mourinho has vowed to return to coaching "soon" amid reports his representatives have opened talks with Manchester United.
Chelsea sacked Mourinho in December, leaving the Portuguese manager without a job for the first time since he initially left Stamford Bridge in 2007.
But in an interview with GQ released on Saturday night, the 53-year-old revealed he is not happy spending time away from football.
"No, I am not enjoying it," Mourinho said. "I can have everything I love at the same time. I...
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has described this week's reports that the club have opened talks with Jose Mourinho as "nonsense."
On Thursday night, sources told ESPN FC that Mourinho was confident about taking over at Old Trafford next season after establishing talks with United, while the BBC and Manchester Evening News also reported on Friday that talks are underway with Mourinho's representatives.
But Van Gaal told English newspapers ahead of Man United's game at Chelsea on Sunday...
GENEVA -- Two FIFA voters have defied African soccer leaders by endorsing rival candidates in the presidential election for Sepp Blatter's successor.
South Sudan pledged its vote for Gianni Infantino, the UEFA general secretary from Switzerland, and Liberia declared for former FIFA vice president Prince Ali Al Hussein of Jordan on Saturday.
They followed Egypt, which Prince Ali said publicly promised its vote to him on Friday, hours after a key move by the Confederation of African Football's executive...