The Greek international congratulated Jay Beatty on his accolade.
The Brazilian was playing at altitude in Bolivia.
Leeds United secured another win over the weekend with a narrow win against Millwall.
Chris Willock is a player to look out for at Arsenal in the years to come.
The former Manchester United and Molde man failed to live up to expectations at Cardiff.
The PSV Eindhoven striker is not struggling for goals any more.
The Brazilian will not consider this a dream start to his Brazilian return.
The Brazilian was linked after Samuel Eto'o headed to Sampdoria.
The striker, who spent time on loan at Cambridge United earlier this season, has scored his first official international goal.
Christian Atsu has struggled at Everton this season after joining on loan from Chelsea.
Bloomberg Billionaires Editor Matthew G. Miller takes us aboard the battle of the super yachts as German Boatmaker Lurssen recently unveiled the 590-foot Azzam, surpassing billionaire Roman Abramovich's Eclipse vessel by 57 feet to be the longest in the world.
Eden Hazard is off to join Chelsea, so he appeared to Tweet last night, ending months of speculation.
Evercore Capital Partners CEO Ralph Schlosstein, LionTree Advisors CEO Aryeh Bourkoff, Options Group Managing Partner Mike Karp and Knight Capital CEO Tom Joyce take a moment to ponder the environment on Wall Street.
The midfielder has impressed today for Southampton.
Bloomberg's Betty Liu, Dominic Chu and Sheila Dharmarajan report on Gaby Adbelnour, JPMorgan's regional head for Asia, who is quitting after 6 years in the job.
Andy Gray's reaction to Steven Gerrard's volley for Liverpool against Olympiakos is still one of the most amazing pieces of football commentary of all time.
Kelly Bit reports on a possible merger for Man Group, the world's largest publicly traded hedge fund.
Eight years ago Angelo Charisteas scored the winning goal for Greece to mark one of the biggest upsets in tournament history.
CIMB Group Holdings Bhd., Southeast Asia’s top-ranked investment, is targeting a bigger market following its acquisition of some of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc’s operations in Asia.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s Jamie Dimon, the highest-paid chief executive officer among the heads of the six biggest U.S. banks, joined billionaires including hedge-fund manager John Paulson and Home Depot Inc. co-founder Bernard Marcus in using speeches, open letters and television appearances to defend themselves and the richest 1 percent of the population targeted by Occupy Wall Street demonstrators.