Borussia Mönchengladbach’s unbelievable self-destruction away to Schalke on Friday night aside (“an epic battle that looked like the gods were having fun up on Mount Olympus,” Süddeutsche Zeitung wrote after the Royal Blues’ grotesquely fortunate 2-1 win), Bundesliga matchday 27 was rather low on unexpected results and sensational matches.
Shane Long is hoping his performances for in-form Southampton will help him break back into the Republic of Ireland starting line up.
Everton were beaten 2-0 by Arsenal on Saturday in another disappointing performance at Goodison Park.
Former Manchester City star was not impressed with Martin Demichelis' display against Manchester United.
Newcastle United boss Rafa Benitez has called on a striking specialist to help get the best out of striker Aleksander Mitrovic.
Tweets celebrating the memory of former Intel boss Andrew Grove have poured in following his death.
Alan Shearer suggests that Tottenham Hotspur can challenge for the Premier League title next season.
Artist files claim with US copyright office to take back his publishing rights when they start becoming available in 2018
West Ham's David Sullivan has revealed Marcelo Bielsa advised him to push to sign Dimitri Payet.
Stephen Crabb – former Welsh secretary, the first man in the cabinet with a beard since David Blunkett, and now the replacement for Iain Duncan Smith as work and pensions secretary – was immediately dismissed as a “yes man” by shadow chancellor John McDonnell, a nod to the fact that Crabb has never voted against the government.
US Soccer has confirmed the defender is out of action.