So, who is going to win the Premier League this season? That’s right, you haven’t got a solid answer. It’s okay. Most people haven’t. And that’s incredibly exciting. As Jenna Corrado and I discussed in the latest PST Extra (watch by clicking play, above), it is tough to remember any Premier League season in history being this competitive at the top end of the table. A unique set of circumstances has created what could be described as a “perfect storm” for the 2016-17 campaign. Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City all have new managers and are taking time to settle down. The projects at Tottenham and Liverpool are in full flow. Arsenal’s squad is looking better balanced than ever. Chelsea
Steve Nash won two NBA MVP awards in his sterling 19–year pro basketball career, which ended in 2015. “Much more soccer,” says Nash, 42, in a wide-ranging interview about his ongoing fútbol fascination. “I haven’t played basketball since I retired.
By Richard Martin BARCELONA, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Spain's minister for sport has asked the country's national soccer federation (RFEF) to refund his department 219,500 euros ($240,154.95) awarded to build a soccer school in Haiti following the devastating earthquake in 2010, Spanish media said on Friday. Spanish newspaper El Mundo reported that the soccer school project was never completed and claimed the funds, which included plans to send coaches from Spain to Haiti, had been diverted for other means.