There were some huge scorelines for UoM this week
The game ended goalless after extra time as neither side had the quality needed to find the back of the net
Luka Modric also took home the men’s award, ending the decade-long Ronaldo-Messi duopoly
Iwan Hopkins analyses whether 2018 will see the first Ballon d’Or awarded to someone other than Messi or Ronaldo since Kaka in 2007.
Five died in a tragic helicopter crash at Leicester City, Glenn Hoddle suffered a heart attack at the BT Sport studio, and a fan died at the Amex Stadium.
Chloe Hatton takes you through the ins and outs of sport and fitness during your time at university – and how you can get involved!
Guadiola has described Silva as one of the best players he has worked with, as the Citizens got their European adventure back on track..
Goals from Sergio Agüero and Raheem Sterling gave Guardiola’s side a routine league win on Saturday afternoon
The iconic host of Football Italia talks to Sports Editor James Gill about the show and whether ex-pros or experts are better for analysis games
It’s been a great week for UoM’s sports teams
The first leg of the Champions League final-16 saw Liverpool face a 0-0 draw against Bayern Munich as both sides efforts were deemed ‘average’ by Jurgen Klopp
In a year where football has had a renaissance, Bands FC shines above the rest as a home for the unique
Andy Burnham has issued a plea to save grassroots-level football and criticised the Premier League for failing to meet its funding commitments in the area
Sam McGonigle takes a look at the chaos surrounding the Danish Football Association
The two-time Champions League winner has never been one for compromising his methods – but is time running out for the Mourinho style of play?
The charismatic host of The Totally Football Show and Truth & Movies talks about his podcasts and their potential to shape how we listen to audio content
Harry Deacon takes a look at Manchester’s rich history of black representation in sports