'It's still there': Football fans' fight against anti-Semitism faces crucial stage
Football fans in Germany were previously used to hearing anti-Semitic chants on a weekly basis. But 30 years later, the battle is far from over, and today's political landscape has put people back on guard.
Bundesliga: Bayern Munich accelerate rebuild ahead of Schalke clash
The biggest football clubs enjoy consistent success partly because they adapt. After the team started to look a little stale, Bayern Munich have been quick to change, with teenager Jann-Fiete Arp the latest to sign up.
Ghana journalist who had investigated corruption in football leagues shot dead
Ghana journalist who had investigated corruption in football leagues shot dead.
Egypt to host AFCON 2019
Egypt will host this year's Africa Cup of Nations finals after Cameroon were stripped of the tournament last month over concerns at the slow pace of preparations.
Why Facebook’s profit margin is shrinking
Facebook Inc.'s spending has increased by $7 billion, or 47 percent, this year through Sept. 30, and many of those costs are unrelated to safeguard its social network against foreign propaganda and hate speech.
I miss the competitive edge - Wenger on taking a break from football
I miss the competitive edge - Wenger on taking a break from football.
Amputee Eagles: Kicking against odds
Nigeria's amputee football team is in dire need of funds to participate in the Amputee World Cup in Mexico. A GoFundMe campaign was set up by Arsenal Amputee FC's Michael Ishiguzo who noticed their financial plight.
Germany, defeated in 2018 World Cup, still loved by fans
The German national team has had a lot to reckon with this year: a humiliating defeat in the World Cup, players either not up to snuff or departing altogether. But there’s one group that still loves Joachim Löw’s side: young players.