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Premier League’s opening madness may well shatter our preconceptions

Thanks to several unique circumstances, this season will likely confound everyone, from pundits to economists

Three things we learned from the Premier League

Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was firmly back in the spotlight in the Premier League this weekend as Manchester United and Arsenal...

Simeone has lost his soldiers but not his bite

Liverpool will come up against a decidedly familiar iron will when they face Atleti

Chaos theory: How Jürgen Klopp has harnessed the unpredictable

The Liverpool manager has his side playing unstoppable football but it’s the attention to detail off the field that has bred the success

Three things we learned from the Premier League

Liverpool's march towards the Premier League title gathered pace with a 2-0 win over rivals Manchester United. The...

Does José Mourinho’s transformation have a happy ending?

One of the greatest ironies in world football is the credit given to José Mourinho for coining — or at least...

African players ‘not respected’ in Ballon d’Or vote, says Eto’o

The Cameroonian insists that players from the continent are not recognised as much as players from western countries

The absurdity of Premier nitpicking

It’s ridiculous to think that the Reds’ 100% start has still not left them as favourites

Can European win nudge Liverpool to league victory?

Liverpool’s Champions League victory parade was a kaleidoscope of colour. The Reds will start their season against Manchester City with high hopes

Politics stole the show in 2019 Afcon

The expanded and new-look Africa Cup of Nations was supposed to be a celebration of football in the cradle of civilisation

Salah says Egypt must learn from Cup of Nations failure

The Pharaohs were billed as chief title contenders on home soil, having won three of four previous editions as hosts

SA vs Nigeria preview: Can Bafana replicate the hunger that usurped the Pharaohs?

"Bafna Bafna" put on a stunning display against Egypt. It's got us believing that we may just have a football team on our hands again

Salah and Egypt score own goal supporting Warda

Mohamed Salah, adored by millions at home and abroad, picked the wrong side when he defended a teammate accused by numerous women of sexual harassment

Mo Sa-la-la-la-lah reduces Islamophobia

Salah’s popularity is particularly notable. One popular chant heard around Anfield these days goes like this: 'Mo Sa-la-la-la-lah, Mo Sa-la-la-la-lah'

Bafana and Egypt in pressure pot

South Africa will be forced to demonstrate some grit on Saturday evening or face an early exit

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