An early Mo Salah penalty and a late Divock Origi drive earned a 2-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur that crowned Liverpool European champions for the sixth time – a figure outranked only by AC Milan (seven) and Real Madrid (13). It took merely 26 seconds for the spot-kick to be awarded. Sadio Mane’s attempted cross
Feb. 7 – Poor living conditions for migrant workers in Qatar prompt FIFA to increase its pressure on the country set to host the 2022 World Cup.
August 22 – West Ham United of the English Premier League is a step closer to taking over London Olympic Stadium after the 2012 Games. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
Aug. 11 – Tottenham Hotspur’s match against Everton is called off after the London riots that triggered copycat violence across other English cities. But Premier League chiefs say the other nine fixtures will go ahead as planned. Football League bosses say their games are unaffected. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Aug. 10 – Premier League bosses will decide tomorrow whether to postpone some or all opening fixtures of the new season after the London riots sparked copycat violence in other cities including Birmingham and Manchester. Man Utd and Man City are scheduled to play their first matches in those two cities… Three Premiership games in London could also be called off. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
1/2/2011 The main backer of Tottenham Hotspur’s proposed move to the London Olympic Stadium in Stratford has accused critics of “forgetting” the promises made to the IOC in Singapore in July 2005 when the city made its successful bid for the games.
27/1/2011 New figures offer early look at Qatar’s financial planning for 2022 World Cup… MPs pledge support for West Ham’s 2012 Olympic stadium bid as club unveils first rendering of venue’s post-Games look. More inside. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
12/1/2011 Tottenham Hotspur plan to knock down most of London’s Olympic Stadium and build a bespoke football stadium on the site if their bid to win its tenancy is successful. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
Champions League star Gareth Bale today backed a new website offering exclusive big name interviews and podcasts for football fans. The site, www.lifesapitch.co.uk, will bring football lovers hard-hitting debate and exclusive interviews with big name players, such as Gareth, teammate Peter Crouch and England and Manchester United legend Michael Owen. There will also be twice-weekly
12/10/2010 West Ham move a step closer to taking over the 2012 Olympic Stadium after the Premier League club’s bid received the backing of UK Athletics.