Will Johnson makes no apologies for sometimes putting his club before his country, but he maintains that he is firmly committed to Canada, despite the steady flow of criticism he still receives.
For a coach who took over one of the hottest hot seats in Major League Soccer, Toronto FC’s Greg Vanney has expertly maintained his cool over the past 12 months.
Ranked 131st in the world just three years ago, Iceland has turned international football on its ears and is now closing in on a historic berth at Euro 2016 in France.
Jonathan Osorio’s omission from Canada’s roster raises another red flag over Benito Floro, who’s made a number of questionable decisions during his tenure as Canada’s national team coach.
Sale records were shattered in most of Europe’s big five leagues during the summer transfer window, with plenty of teams walking away happy and some likely needing to make more moves.
With this being a World Cup year, it’s tough to accurately judge the Canadians competing in the National Women’s Soccer League. Sportsnet takes this team-by-team look at Canadians in the NWSL.
Texas has been a horrible place for the Vancouver Whitecaps since the side joined Major League Soccer in 2011, and the nightmare continued this weekend.
Chelsea have had their difficulties to start the Premier League season, and over the next few weeks we should get a better insight into whether the addition of Pedro will help turn around the team’s fortunes.
You should load up on Manchester City players for your fantasy football team. The Citizens’ next match against a top-four side from last season does not come until the end of October when they visit Old Trafford.
Michel Platini is the frontrunner to succeed Sepp Blatter as president of FIFA. But South Korean billionaire and fellow candidate Chung Mong-Joon poses an interesting challenge for the Frenchman.
If Manchester City’s attack resembles an inevitable tide, then Manchester United’s attack should probably go down as more of a leaky tap Louis Van Gaal has left on by mistake.
The reality is that it’s going to be some time still (probably a few weeks) before we see Didier Drogba at his best for the Montreal Impact in MLS after such a lengthy layoff.