Japan striker Keisuke Honda has admitted that his side’s chances at the World Cup could be hindered by their leaky defence, Goal.com is reporting.
Despite looking impressive going forward, Japan conceded nine goals in their three games at the 2013 Confederations Cup, and they are continuing to struggle at the back, with three goals conceded in a recent friendly win over Zambia.
That was their third straight win, but having been plac...More
Paris Saint-Germain striker Edison Cavani has insisted that he is happy in France amid rumours that he may quit the club, according to The Daily Mail.
The Uruguayan joined PSG just a year ago in a £54 million deal but rumours of an exit have aroused the attention of Premier League clubs.
Manchester United previously made an enquiry into the availability of the player as well as Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho making it clear that he requ...More
Gervinho has pleaded with Arsenal captain Robin van Persie to stay at the Emirates Stadium and fire the side into title contention, The Mirror reports.
The Ivorian is away on African Cup of Nations duty and has formed a dynamic partnership up front for the Gunners with Van Persie and Theo Walcott. Van Persie only has 18 months left on his contract and has said that he will discuss a new deal in the summer, but Gervinho is trying to com...More
After another starring role on Europe’s grandest club stage, Lille’s on-loan Liverpool attacker Joe Cole is again dominating the headlines.
Cole helped the French champions to a 2-0 Champions League away victory over CSKA Moscow, with his shot rebounding off the post to be converted by Moussa Sow for the second, game-clinching goal.
In partnership with the in-demand Eden Hazard, Cole has tortured Ligue 1 and Champions League defenc...More
Paris Saint-Germain have been dominating the football headlines in France ever since Qatar Sports Investment became the majority shareholders in May, with the capture of Javier Pastore, the back pages worldwide await. New Head of the Board Nasser Al-Khelaifi outlined his intentions in the transfer market by claiming: "We want to sign the new Messi," nobody expected that they would achieve that goal within two months.
Having been knocke...More
Brazilian manager Leonardo has parted company with Inter Milan to take up the position as head coach for French side Paris Saint-Germain. It will be Leonardo’s second stint at the club, as he played for the side for a season in 96/7.
Inter’s chief executive Ernesto Paolillo briefed the press yesterday stating: "Leonardo is going to Paris and the club is looking for a new coach. We wanted to keep him but he has decided to leave us." I...More
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