He Won’t Care How It Went In Because Grealish Has Scored His First Manchester City Goal

Jack Grealish bagged his first goal for Manchester City on Saturday against Norwich City.

The goal itself won’t be one that fans will be talking about for years to come. Hell, we probably won’t be talking about it by next week. Grealish won’t care as a huge weight on his shoulders is now gone.

Jack Grealish First Goal For Manchester City

FIFA Of The Future: Predicting The State Of Soccer Video Games In The Year 2031

Some eyebrows were raised in the soccer video game community last month when Konami announced some major changes to its Pro Evolution Soccer franchise.

Not only was the franchise renamed to eFootball, but the base version will also be released for free. As time goes on, Konami will then release paid modules that provide access to other game modes — all of which will feature cross-play on its available platforms

Martin Ødegaard Returns To The Premier League On A Transfer Worth Nearly $50 Million

Offensive reinforcements are arriving at the Emirates Stadium in North London, and they couldn't come at a better time. Just a few days after a lackluster opening day defeat to Brentford, Arsenal has signed attacker Martin Ødegaard on a permanent transfer worth nearly $50 million.

The Norwegian had a successful loan spell at the club last season, joining on loan from Real Madrid in January 2021 and making 14 appearances during the second half of the campaign.

Winners and Losers From The First Week Of Premier League Play

With the Premier League kicking off this past weekend, soccer is almost back in full form around the world. As some top clubs had unreal losses, others shocked us with a win. There were numerous winners and losers from the first week of action back in the Premier League. 

With Euros, Copa America And Gold Cup Done, All Eyes Are On Africa After AFCON Draw

Defending champions Algeria were drawn with the Ivory Coast in a tough group for next January’s Africa Cup of Nations finals while hosts Cameroon will kick off the tournament against Burkina Faso.

USMNT Striker Power Rankings: Who Deserves To Lead The Line Come World Cup Qualifying?

When it comes to attack-minded players, the USMNT has never been more exciting. Christian Pulisic, Gio Reyna, Weston McKennie, Brenden Aaronson and Konrad de la Fuente are all footballers that bring you to your feet when in possession around goal, but they all share two common traits: (1) they’re not strikers and (2) they’re young.

These are important points because now we’re going to move on to talking about USMNT strikers who, for the most part, are all also fledglings.

It Was A Rough Opening Weekend For Premier League Goalkeepers

Goalscoring may have been the focus of the opening weekend of the Premier League season, as Manchester United's five-goal total against Leeds and West Ham's six-goal thriller against Newcastle both delighted EPL fans, but for goalkeeping fanatics, the real story was the all-around poor play between the sticks from some of the EPL's top keepers. 

Con Jugadores Del Tri Olímpico, ¿A Quién Debería Llamar El Tata Martino Para El Inicio De Las Clasificatorias?

Hay un sabor de boca amargo alrededor de la selección adulta de México. Las dos finales perdidas ante Estados Unidos -Nations League y Copa Oro- son píldoras difíciles de tragar tanto para los jugadores, como para los analistas y los aficionados. Y no solo por los resultados en sí, sino que también pensando en el futuro y las próximas Clasificatorias a Catar 2022, las cuales comienzan el próximo 2 de septiembre.

The Premier League Is Back, Baby

Match-by-match facts and statistics ahead of the first round of Premier League fixtures from Aug. 13-15 (all times EST).

Premier League Schedule 2021/22 Opening Weekend 

Friday, Aug. 13

Brentford v Arsenal (3:00 p.m.)

* Brentford will be the 50th different team to play in the Premier League, and the 10th from London.

Maxi Meza Puts Monterrey On Champions League Final Doorstep

The Clausura and Campeón de Campeones titles signaled a clear change in Cruz Azul’s fortunes, and backup goalkeeper Andrés Gudiño continued that roll in the CCL semifinals at Estadio BBVA on Wednesday night to ensure that La Máquina stayed within striking distance of Rayados come the return leg at the Azteca on Sep. 16. Monterrey won 1-0, but that never really does seem like a good result in CONCACAF.

Especially since Monterrey could’ve buried Cruz Azul before then, but Rogelio Funes Mori’s record-setting goal for Rayados might never come.