Raheem Sterling has released a powerful video with a host of stellar football names on the eve of the Premier League restart to call for change in the way that black people are treated and represented in the game and wider society.
The theme of the 75-second clip, which went out
If you stand still, you fall behind. It is one of the truest maxims in professional sport and why cycles of success are fluid, moving from one team to another. Such change can often happen over a period of years rather than months, but in the Premier League right now,
Trent Alexander-Arnold speaks about the Black Lives Matter movement and explains why he believes change can happen. Dele Alli speaks about racial inequality following the death of George Floyd and calls on society to change. DeAndre Yedlin shares a message from his grandfather, saying he'd fear for
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2 Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno discuss if Timo Werner would slot right into the attack if he joined Liverpool Aston Villa vs. Sheffield United and Man City vs. Arsenal will be the first games back as Prem returns. The Premier League is considering staging up to six fixtures
ESPNCristiano Ronaldo banks home chip shot Alexandre Simoes/Borussia Dortmund via Getty ImagesClaudio Reyna went to Germany at 21 and went on to become a USMNT legend. Now his son Gio, 17, is doing the same.Mike Egerton/PA Images via Getty ImagesFrom Jordan Henderson's barber to lifelong season-ticket holders, supporters are ready
Julien Laurens feels that June 19th or 26th are more realistic dates for restarting the Premier League. Gab Marcotti breaks down the latest transfer rumour involving Paul Pogba and Jadon Sancho. Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is happy in London but is open to a move abroad
Joan Laporta will attempt to bring Pep Guardiola back to Barcelona if his push to return as president of the club in 2021 is successful.Laporta was Barcelona’s president from 2003 to 2010 and was at the helm when Guardiola was promoted to manager of the senior team in 2008.Guardiola is
Julien Laurens reacts to the news six Premier League players from three clubs tested positive for Covid-19. Julien Laurens and Craig Burley react to the news Premier League clubs have agreed to a return to training. Don Hutchison and Craig Burley react to reports of Premier League
Mark Ogden and Don Hutchison explain why players and clubs are pushing back against the league's approach. Gab Marcotti believes clubs should make a deal with TV companies if they cannot afford to refund fans. Manchester City's Raheem Sterling said that players may need up to five weeks of