Zlatan Ibrahimovic has a will to win that has been missing at Manchester United

Zlatan Ibrahimovic may end up having an Eric Cantona-esque effect on Manchester United.

The Corinthian spirit — democracy, Dilma and Dr. Socrates

A group of Corinthians fans are using their beloved club as the foundation for a new political party.

Planting the seeds for a soccer relegation revolution in the U.S.

Exploring what it would take to implement a relegation system in US soccer.

Golden Generation

The story of Argentina’s 2008 Olympic gold medal-winning side.

Is the cancelled ‘Manchester Derby’ in China the final nail in the coffin for preseason?

The cancelled Manchester Derby in Beijing exposed preseason for what it has become: a means to increase profit margins rather than on-field product.

Don’t mock the Hudson River derby. True rivalries don’t happen overnight

The Hudson River Derby will become one of North America’s best rivalries. We just need to give it time to grow.

A billion reasons to believe: China’s path to football superpower

China is counting on grandiose investments to transform itself into an elite soccer nation.

The seeds of hope being planted at Manchester City’s academy

Manchester City’s youth setup is fast becoming one of Europe’s best.

Why is the USWNT player pool still so small?

Why is it so difficult for new talent to enter the USWNT ranks?