Wayne Rooney, fresh from signing a deal on Tuesday to become a player-coach at Derby County from next January, told reporters that he had always hoped to become a manager once his playing days were over.
When Norway’s Karina Saevik is not busy training or helping her country progress at the women’s World Cup, she can be found with her head buried in books as she juggles academics and soccer.
Spain’s World Cup winning striker, Fernando Torres, announced his retirement from football on Friday, bringing an end to a glittering 18-year career.
Banyana Banyana are back home from the World Cup, having lost all their matches, but with heads held high and having learned huge lessons.
Shelley Kerr says her Scotland team remain optimistic they can make it beyond the group stage at their debut women’s World Cup as they prepare to face former champions Japan on Friday.