• The Canadian Press

    Messi has doubts about playing 2026 World Cup at age 39

    BUENOS AIRES (AP) — Lionel Messi may be in doubt as to whether he’ll be still playing for Argentina at the 2026 World Cup but he’s sure about one thing: he wants Lionel Scaloni to stay on as head coach until then, regardless. The 35-year-old Messi led Argentina to the title in Qatar last December and wasn’t entirely sure if his fifth trip to the World Cup would be his last. The next edition will take place in Mexico, Canada and the United States when Messi is 39. Messi told newspaper Olé in an i

  • The Canadian Press

    Canada Soccer parts ways with chief marketing officer Sandra Gage

    Sandra Gage, who was front and centre with the Canadian team at the recent World Cup in Qatar, has been let go as chief marketing officer of Canada Soccer. Gage had been with the governing body since 2009, "We can confirm that Sandra Gage is no longer with Canada Soccer, and a search for a chief commercial officer will commence immediately," Canada Soccer said in a statement given to The Canadian Press. "Because this is a personnel matter, we won’t be discussing details publicly. We thank Sandra

  • TEAMtalk

    Man Utd go big with €80m plan to sign Real Madrid livewire who’d end current star’s Old Trafford career

    Man Utd intend to go back in for a Real star they already bid for last summer, though convincing Ancelotti to sanction a sale won't be easy - even amid talk of an €80m bid

  • The Independent

    Watch live: Flamengo fans see off team jetting off to Morocco for Club World Cup

    Watch live as Brazillian football fans gather to see off Flamengo as they jet off to Morocco for the FIFA Club World Cup. The Rio de Janeiro team is playing in the tournament after a three-year hiatus, automatically entering at the semifinal stage. Alongside them entering at the same stage of the competition is Real Madrid.