The Trump administration on Friday reversed Obama-era guidelines on how colleges should handle sexual assault allegations that it said treated the accused unfairly. U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has said the guidelines established under former Democratic President Barack Obama, under the TitleRead More »
Sunday’s 2-0 victory was anything but conventional for Paris Saint-Germain, and now, it’s become quite clear that one of its stars isn’t happy at the Parc des Princes. [ MORE: Spurs meet Hammers, Chelsea takes on Everton in League Cup ] Edinson Cavani
Former Team USA goalkeeper Hope Solo and the U.S. Soccer Federation have reached a settlement, according to a published report. Solo was suspended for six months by U.S. Soccer and had her contract terminated after the the fiery goalie called Sweden “a bunch of cowards” moments after USA’s loss to the Swedes in the quarterfinals of the Rio Olympics in August 2016. The San Francisco Chronicle reported on Thursday that the U.S. Women’s National Team Players’ Association, who filed the grievance on behalf of Solo, and U.S. Soccer reached a settlement before arbitration was set to begin last month. Messages left with the U.S. Soccer Federation and Rich Nichols, counsel for the players’ association,
With the record television deals in place for the Premier League, there’s no wonder top clubs are doing so well financially. Manchester United is right at the front of that, with the club posting a record revenue figure for the 2016/17 year. The Red Devils also won three trophies — UEFA Europa League, League Cup and Community Shield — which certainly helped boost the club’s morale as well.