Ronaldo, Francesco Totti to Paolo Maldini: Christian Vieri's daily Instagram show stars old Inter Milan, Italy teammates
On a nightly basis, Vieri calls up his old teammates scattered throughout Italy and around the world to reminisce about their time together in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
My Favourite Match: Zinedine Zidane and the headbutt that decided the outcome of the 2006 World Cup Final
For me, the 2006 World Cup final and the Zinedine Zidane drama was a crushing introduction to how invested sport can make someone feel, and from that point on, there was no looking back.
Indian Super League: Two-time champions Chennaiyin FC sign 33-year old Maltese forward Andre Schembri on free transfer
Schembri became CFCs sixth summer signing after Lithuanian Nerijus Valskis, Romanians Lucian Goian and Dragos Firtulescu, Afghan Masih Saighani and Indian Edwin Sydney Vanspaul
From Luis Suarez's teeth to Roy Keane storming out on the Republic of Ireland and Toni Schumacher pole-axing Patrick Battiston in '82, take a look at a team of 11 bad boys in World Cup history.
Zidane's moment of indiscretion did cost him a World Cup winners’ medal he so thoroughly deserved and added a tragic-dramatic chapter in sport’s history.
John Gregory's contract as coach of triumphant Indian Super League team Chennaiyin FC has been extended by a year, the team's co-owner Vita Dani said on Sunday.
ISL 2017-18: Sergio Lobera, John Gregory look to replicate predecessors Zico and Marco Materazzi's achievements
New ISL coaches Sergio Lobera and John Gregory have said that they would be able to replicate the achievements Zico and Marco Materazzi.
Indian Super League: Chennaiyin FC coach John Gregory says restriction on foreigners in starting XI is a 'positive step'
The coach of Chennaiyin FC John Gregory said that the new Indian Super League (ISL) player regulations of allowing only five foreigners in the starting XI is a positive step, on Friday.
Chennaiyin FC appoint former Aston Villa manager John Gregory as head coach to replace Marco Materazzi
Under Gregory's guidance Aston Villa finished runners-up in the 2000 FA Cup after losing to Chelsea in the last ever FA Cup final at the Old Wembley Stadium.
ISL franchise Chennaiyin FC on Monday parted ways with their World Cup winning Italian coach Marco Materazzi.
China's Super League clubs may have been grabbing the headlines in the huge transfer fees they have been paying for players but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes India could become a serious player.
While the new-look Chennaiyin FC attack was anticipated to be the biggest stumbling block in defending the title, the defence was the one that took the kicking.
FC Goa and Chennaiyin FC finished at the bottom of the Indian Super League despite retaining successful coaches from the previous editions, while all four teams who have qualified for the semi-finals had new coaches at the helm.
With not even the wooden spoon up for grabs, last year's ISL finalists Chennaiyin FC and FC Goa played out a nine game thriller in a no-holds-barred game at the Fatorda.
Sahil Tavora struck twice, including a last-gasp stunner, as FC Goa beat last edition champions Chennaiyin FC 5-4 in ISL's highest scoring nail-biting match.
Bottom-placed FC Goa and defending champions Chennaiyin FC, both with no chance of qualifying to the ISL semi-finals, will play for pride in their match.
It was a perfect performance of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from Chennaiyin FC as their attack worked sincerely to take the lead thrice. The defence along with the goalkeeper were the antidote for Northeast United FC as they conceded as many times.
NorthEast should thank the opposition for their defending for all three goals, and particularly the last one was horrendous.
Chennaiyin FC will need to play out of their skin and grab full points in their next two matches, including tomorrow's clash against NorthEast United FC, to stay alive in the Hero Indian Super League.
ISL 2016: Chennaiyin FC coach Marco Materazzi slams refereeing, 'dishonest journalism' after Mumbai City FC loss
Marco Materazzi's side fell to a 2-0 defeat to Mumbai City FC in Mumbai on Wednesday. While Mumbai's defensive organisation and fluid attack made it tough for the visitors, their insipid performance hardly aided the cause.