FIFA to clear path for LaLiga, PL games in U.S.

FIFA has moved towards ending decades of football tradition by reviewing the rules that block domestic league games being played in other countries.

Rubiales successor added to corruption probe

The investigation into corruption inside the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) under former president Luis Rubiales has been expanded to include his successor, Pedro Rocha, a Madrid-based court said on Friday.

Hayes: Intrasquad relationships 'inappropriate'

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes said player-to-player relationships within the same team are "inappropriate" because they present extra challenges to manage, although she acknowledged that "we're dealing with human beings."

Serie A game marred as coach head-butts striker

Lecce coach Roberto D'Aversa head-butted Hellas Verona striker Thomas Henry following a heated matchup between the two teams.

Police arrest over 200 fans before Rhine derby

Police made more than 200 arrests after clashes between rival fans the night before the Bundesliga's Rhine derby between Borussia Monchengladbach and FC Cologne.

Mourinho avoids ban for calling ref unstable

Roma coach Jose Mourinho escaped a touchline ban after cooperating with the Italian football federation's disciplinary prosecutor and was instead only fined €20,000 ($22,000) on Friday for labelling a referee unstable.

Deschamps: Zaïre-Emery out for 'several weeks'

Warren Zaïre-Emery is to miss "several weeks" for Paris Saint-Germain with a right ankle injury suffered in France's victory over Gibraltar on Saturday.

Girona stay top of LaLiga with comeback win

Girona fought back for a 2-1 victory at Rayo Vallecano to ensure they maintain their surprising lead of LaLiga on Saturday.

Charlotte fires coach Lattanzio after playoffs exit

Charlotte FC has fired coach Christian Lattanzio and his assistant despite the Major League Soccer team reaching the playoffs for the first time.