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  • Tuesday, February 09

    Leverkusen vs. Werder Bremen, 1pm ET, ESPN Deportes & ESPN3

  • Tuesday, February 09

    West Ham vs. Liverpool, 2:30pm, FS1 & FOX Soccer 2GO

  • Tuesday, February 09

    Stuttgart vs. Dortmund, 2:30pm ET, ESPN Deportes & ESPN3

  • Wednesday, February 10

    Heidenheim vs Hertha Berlin, 1pm ET, ESPN3

  • Wednesday, February 10

    Bochum vs Bayern Munich, 2:30pm ET, ESPN Deportes & ESPN3

  • Wednesday, February 10

    Peterboro vs. WBA, 2:45pm ET, FS1 & FOX Soccer 2GO

  • Wednesday, February 10

    Valencia vs. Barcelona, 3pm ET, beIN SPORTS & fuboTV

Chelsea and Spurs in race to rent Wembley while their stadiums are redeveloped

Chelsea have only held preliminary discussions with Wembley about using the national stadium whilst their Stamford Bridge home is redeveloped, Press Association Sport understands. Some reports on Tuesday suggested an eight-figure fee had already been offered by the reigning Premier League champions as they look at options for a temporary […]

Wembley’s €1 Million Goal

The road to Wembley is often reserved for the world’s most prestigious club football competition; the FA Cup. But earlier this year, poker players were lucky enough to grace the hallowed turf, or should we say ‘felt’. In June, Wembley hosted the inaugural International Stadiums Poker Tour (ISPT) and brought […]

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David De Gea Will Re-Sign With Man United But His Future Lies Away From Old Trafford

Speculation about the future of Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has been increasing of late. The Spanish international’s current contract is set to run out at the conclusion of the 2015-16 campaign and United are actively trying to re-sign their number one to a long-term extension. As of yet, no agreement has […]

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European Clubs against 40-team World Cup

The European Club Association (ECA) insisted Tuesday that extending the World Cup from 32 to 40 teams would put too much burden on clubs and inflict physical overload on players. “We are satisfied with the balance of interest and any change would need very careful review,” insisted ECA vice-president Umberto […]