Previous
Turkey
Moldova
3
1
FT
Game Details
Ivory Coast
Senegal
1
1
Aban
Game Details
New Zealand
Fiji
6:35 AM UTC
Game Details
Australia
United Arab Emirates
9:00 AM UTC
Game Details
Bolivia
Argentina
8:00 PM UTC
Game Details
Trinidad and Tobago
Mexico
11:00 PM UTC
Game Details
Panama
United States
2:05 AM UTC Mar 29, 2017
Game Details
Next

Lo Celso excited to link up with PSG

PSG
Read

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos would not score much in Argentina - Riquelme

The FC boys get heated debating if Sergio Ramos is truly a world-class defender, or simply a great predator in the box.
The guys answer your tweets about Sergio Ramos, the potential of St. Totteringham's Day, Barca-PSG and Minnesota United.
The FC crew discuss Sergio Ramos' value to Real Madrid after another clutch goal from the defender against Real Betis.
With a massive two-goal performance against Napoli, the FC panel analyse how to try and stop Sergio Ramos in the box.
Sergio Ramos came through with another late goal to propel Real Madrid back to the summit in La Liga.

Former Barcelona playmaker Juan Roman Riquelme says that current Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos would not score so many headers were he playing in South America, as defenders there would not allow him the freedom he gets in Europe.

The latest addition to Ramos' personal catalogue of dramatic late headed goals came in Sunday's La Liga clash with Real Betis at the Bernabeu, when he arrived free six yards out to meet Toni Kroos' corner and complete a 2-1 victory which returned his team to the top...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Argentina FA, players' union reach deal to end strike, resume season

The Argentina FA have not yet reached a deal for broadcast TV rights.

The Argentina Football Federation and the players' union on Wednesday reached a preliminary agreement that ends the players' strike and opens the door for a restart of the season on Thursday.

The two sides are set to meet in the Department of Labour to sign a new agreement. 

A players' strike over unpaid wages stopped the start of the second half of the Argentina football season since March 3, with two first division games postponed. Union leader Sergio Marchi had said the season would not...

Players' strike due to unpaid wages delays start to season in Argentina

Rosario Central
Players in Argentina say they will not play until they receive millions in unpaid wages.

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- A players' strike on Friday delayed the start of the Argentina football season with two first division games postponed and no sign that weekend matches will go ahead.

The Argentina Footballers Union has said the season will not start until clubs pay millions in salaries owed to players.

The Argentina government on Thursday agreed to pay the clubs $22.7 million as compensation for the termination of a TV contract that was held by the government.

But Union General Secretary...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

AFA threatens to fine Argentina clubs who do not play in Friday league restart

The Argentina first division is set to restart on Friday.

The Argentina Football Federation (AFA) announced on Thursday that the league season would restart on Friday and has reportedly threatened fines and repercussions for teams and players who do not play. 

The general secretary of the Argentina Players' Union, Sergio Marchi, had said he would delay the restart, adding that he did not think there was enough time to prepare and hitting out at the "debt-ridden club owners who have provoked this catastrophe."

On Thursday, Argentina's government...