In FIFA.com’s weekly look at the top quips from around world football, Brechin City's goalkeeper turns up at the wrong ground, Gerard Pique expresses his distaste for British cuisine, Arsenal’s manager discusses bargain hunting and much more.
Football has been the USA's sport of the future for years - Matt Slater investigates why that future is now for English clubs.
Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce will "try his best" to keep the club in the Premier League, but is offering no survival guarantees.
Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland has warned Joe Hart he wants to knock him off his perch as England's number one.
Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn wouldn’t dare turn his nose up at the Petrofac Training Cup when his only silverware success as a footballer came as part of Sunderland’s youth set-up before he turned professional.
J im McInally is telling me all about “Pizzagate” and it’s a cracking tale. No, not Man U v Arsenal, 2004, and the battle of the buffet which left Sir Alex Ferguson with dollops of melted cheese dripping from his expensive suit – this was Peterhead vs Cowdenbeath last Saturday.
United can go top of the Premier League by beating Leicester City at the King Power Stadium
Winger has had traumatic year as his girlfriend lost her mother in Tunisia’s terror attacks. He tells Simon Hart how he is finding some release with high-flying Leicester, who take on United