National Youth League News
The transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs closes on Thursday (find out league-by-league deadlines here.) Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media and setting correspondents loose to see who came and went from your club in the winter window. Click here for the latest deals and keep track of who has joined the big boys.
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AC Milan were desperate to fulfill Gennaro Gattuso's transfer desires this January, by providing their manager...
Dean Heffernan has returned to the club where once played as the new head coach of Western Sydney Wanderers Academy U20s and assistant for their Y-League team.
Faust will join former Canberra United teammate Mikey Katsoulis at the Mariners in their National Youth League team.
BAYSWATER City coach Chris Coyne hopes to prove...
With all five of Europe's major leagues now up and running for the 2017-18 campaign, Africa's stars are already in the thick of things across the continent.
Which of Africa's players impressed this weekend, and who flattered to deceive?
Here's our league-by-league guide to the continent's top names.
Sadio Mane was again Liverpool's hero as he scored the only goal of the game as the Reds finally secured a 1-0 victory against a stubborn Crystal Palace team at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp's side appeared...
Orlando City star Kaka explains what being an MLS All-Star means to him, especially for a match against Real Madrid.
It has been 10 years since the introduction of the U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy program. Replacing the previous Super Y-League model, the Developmental Academy's shift of focus to heightened training and more competitive games has been vital. It was supposed to persuade the best young American and Canadian talent to remain at domestic academies rather than leave for clubs abroad.
While it's nearly impossible to assume that all bright talents will avoid the lures of Europe and beyond, the...