Regulars to the March to the Match may be familiar with Bar Sajor, which experienced a small fire that needed to be put out Monday morning.
MLS and other American leagues
We're starting to learn a little bit more about the planned development around D.C. United's future Buzzard Point stadium.
Sports Illustrated has an inside look at how some MLS player contracts work.
Tony Meola is expected to be named head coach of the Jacksonville Armada today, and he reportedly already has a staff ready to go.
By operating without a salary cap and competing with MLS, NASL is making things hard on itself (and on the fans of any team not named the New York Cosmos.)
Time and time again, people have used sports as a marker in recovery from tragedy. This was true after Pearl Harbor, after 9/11, and it's true for France as they cope with the senseless violence of Paris only two weeks ago. The next two times Paris Saint Germain take the field, they'll wear France's rallying cry on their shirts: Je Suis Paris.
The 2015 EPL season has seen Arsenal come out of the gate guns blazing, sitting fourth in England's table through 13 matches. They're a little more wary of their Champions League status, down a goal with a home fixture against Dinamo Zagreb still to go. That team will have a player missing for steroid suspension, and Arsene Wenger thinks his criticism of UEFA's doping policies brought ten of their testing specialists down on his club Friday, for "random" tests.
There appears to be a lot of English soccer in the new Creed (See: Rocky, Boxing) movie.
Fingers crossed: Sepp Blatter could be facing a seven-year ban from the sport he presided over. Can we make it longer?