- Raul playing new spot with the Cosmos
- Dominicans have NPB's Dragons on fire
- Halilhodzic seeking change for Japan
- NASL: Savarese still looking for more
- Arsenal ponder as Monaco continue on
- Juan Agudelo loving chance with USMNT
- FC Tokyo, Urawa Reds lead crowded J1
- Catch up with top leagues through Asia
- Raul saves point for NY Cosmos at Indy
- Orix Buffaloes in midst of terrible start
- Cubs, Cards start season at new Wrigley
- Looking ahead to 2015-16 CBA season
- Barcelona want Dani Alves to lessen pay
- Lyttleton: Where can Chelsea get better?
- Best young basketball players in China
World Cup Qualifiers continue in Asia
For the first time, qualification in Asia is open to every nation, but do the smaller teams have a shot? John Duerden looks at the possibilities.
Cosmos dominate in home-opening win
Marcos Senna opened scoring for the New York Cosmos and Leo Fernandes added on for a 2-0 home-opening win against the Tampa Bay Rowdies.
NASL: Savarese still looking for more
In this week's NASL Notebook, Jack Bell looks at Raul and the New York Cosmos, as well as a fashion craze going on with some players in Atlanta.
Raul playing a new spot with the Cosmos
Raul leads plenty of goal charts over in Europe, but with the New York Cosmos, he has moved into a different position, rather than the head striker.
Yomiuri Giants fight through adversity
Through injuries and formerly ineffective players, the Yomiuri Giants are somehow putting the pieces together and won six out of seven.
Luke Rockhold Ready for UFC Title Shot
It was supposed to be a good fight, but Luke Rockhold dismantled Lyoto Machida at UFC on FOX 15, and that should give him a shot for a title.
Urawa regain sole spot in first place
Six weeks in and there has been a sharp contrast between success in J.League and in the ACL. Urawa and Gamba top the J1, but struggle in Champs League.
Top Pacific League hurlers a mixed bag
Shohei Otani has shined for Hokkaido early on, but the rest of the pitchers near the top of the PL aren't what you'd expect, no matter how early it is.