Belgium and Roma star midfielder Radja Nainggolan believes his international teammate Eden Hazard can excel.
Next season’s Premier league summer transfer window will look a lot different, according to a report from the Telegraph that will surely delight managers across England. The report states that the transfer window will close prior to the start of the 2018-2019 Premier League season, ending the status quo that sees three weeks of Premier League action before the window shuts in early September. According to the report, representatives of all 20 Premier League clubs will discuss this among other changes at the shareholders meeting next month, and there’s reportedly a large majority within the clubs to pass a new transfer window closing date.
The town of Charlottesville, Va., has begun the healing process after violent riots broke out over the weekend. Virginia coach Bronco Mendenhall said despite the events, the football program is standing strong and that recruits have not backed out of their commitments. "I was expecting more concern," Mendenhall said, via ESPN.com.