Latest Video & Audio
MLS Final Kick: Week 29-1
MLS: Relive all of the best action from around the MLS including Jermaine Jones' first MLS goal and Michael Bradley's late-game winner.
(03:59) | Sep 29, 2014
Highlights: LA Galaxy 4-0 New York Red Bulls
MLS: LA Galaxy's Robbie Keane bagged a brace, while Landon Donovan added a goal and three assists in a 4-0 rout of the New York Red Bulls.
(01:52) | Sep 29, 2014
Highlights: Houston Dynamo 2-0 Chicago Fire
MLS: The Houston Dynamo continued their late season surge for the fifth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with a 2-0 win over the Chicago Fire.
(01:35) | Sep 28, 2014
Highlights: Vancouver 2-1 Real Salt Lake
MLS: Pedro Morales scored the winning goal for Vancouver Whitecaps to snatch a 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake.
(01:20) | Sep 28, 2014
Highlights: Colorado 1-1 San Jose
MLS: San Jose Earthquakes equalized deep into stoppage time to salvage a point in Colorado.
(01:52) | Sep 28, 2014
Highlights: Columbus 2-0 Montreal-1
MLS: Columbus Crew outclassed Montreal Impact at home to secure a 2-0 victory.
(02:09) | Sep 28, 2014
Highlights: Seattle 4-2 Chivas USA
MLS: Seattle was able to withstand the barrage of first-half goals to defeat Chivas at CenturyLink Field and stay atop the Supporters' Shield standings.
(02:26) | Sep 27, 2014
Highlights: DC United 1-0 Philadelphia Union
MLS: Luis Silva's first half strike was enough to propel DC United over the surging Philadelphia Union to remain atop the Eastern Conference.
(01:39) | Sep 27, 2014
Highlights: Toronto FC 3-2 Portland Timbers
MLS: Michael Bradley capped off a stellar second half for Toronto FC as they came from two-nil down, to defeat the Portland Timbers 3-2 at BMO Field.
(01:59) | Sep 27, 2014
Champions LeagueManchester United legends Paul Scholes and Rio Ferdinand have offered less than complimentary views on Manchester City supporters after another disappointing night for Manuel Pellegrini's side in the Champions League
Champions LeagueArsene Wenger believes something "strange" will have to happen if Arsenal are to break the Champions League stranglehold that Europe's limited elite currently possess
Premier LeagueLiverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has declared that his striker Daniel Sturridge will not be fit to play for England next week, even if he returns to Premier League action this weekend
Sporting Lisbon 0-1 ChelseaJohn Terry says he is "very proud" to reach 100 Champions League appearances as Chelsea edged past Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday
Sporting Lisbon 0-1 Chelsea, Champions LeagueChelsea moved to the top of Group G with their first victory of this Champions League campaign as former Benfica midfielder Nemanja Matic haunted old rivals Sporting in Lisbon
The Newcastle manager is just the latest anti-hero in a cycle of hiring and firing that keeps the football public - and its reporters - enthralled, writes Simon Barnes
Manchester United were 3-1 up the other day at Leicester yet lost 5-3. How often have they surrendered a two-goal lead in the Premier League?
Has any football manager ever won the World Cup twice?