Bournemouth's Matt Ritchie Hammers Home One Of The Season's Most Astounding Goals

Not content to let Callum Wilson have all the glory, AFC Bournemouth’s Matt Ritchie delivered this mind-altering strike to put his side up 2-0 against a hapless Sunderland side today. We feel pretty confident that this will stand up as one of the Premiership season’s best goals. »9/19/15 10:33am9/19/15 10:33am

Dumb People Upset Championship Sunday Is Pre-Empting Their Reruns

Among the great things NBC has done since acquiring the Premiership rights in the U.S. is to air all ten matches of the final day of the season on the broad spectrum of NBC Universal-owned networks. That includes Syfy, Esquire, Oxygen, Bravo, and other networks that are usually airing some kind of garbage on Sunday… »5/24/15 11:17am5/24/15 11:17am

Phil Jones Falling Down Chasing The Ball Is A Blast In Extreme Slow-Mo

Manchester United drew 1-1 with Arsenal yesterday in a battle of clubs fighting for third place in the Premiership, and the desire to win drove Man United defender Phil Jones to the ground in search of a ball that was just a bit too elusive—no matter how much crawling it took. But even from his hands and knees, Jones… »5/18/15 2:27pm5/18/15 2:27pm

Emmanuel Adebayor Accuses His Family Of Using Him For His Money

Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor posted a lengthy essay on Facebook today, accusing nearly every member of his family of taking advantage of the immense wealth he has earned as a professional soccer player. He wrote that he believes family matters should stay private, but decided to go public with his grievances in… »5/05/15 10:22pm5/05/15 10:22pm

Brad Guzan Boner Delights Manchester City Supporters

Aston Villa and USMNT keeper Brad Guzan’s enormous boner early in today’s match at Etihad Stadium gave Manchester City a 1-0 lead less than three minutes into a crucial match for Villa’s future in the Premiership. Sergio Agüero took advantage of the boner to score his league-leading 21st goal of the campaign. »4/25/15 12:43pm4/25/15 12:43pm