For Liverpool fans, the saga of Raheem Sterling is some proper Groundhog Day shit.
Balotelli, Scottish banter and Nigel Pearson: here are the real highlights of what turned out to be an otherwise rubbish season.
An XI made up of the league's most weird, fascinating, depressing and terrifying players.
For a huge number of Australian and New Zealand LGBT athletes, coming out to their teams isn't an option.
Palestinians in Lebanon are largely excluded from the political and cultural sphere, but for 11-year-old Omar football has helped to build bridges.
The magnificent clumsiness of Manchester United's least cultured centre-back.
Charlie Adam has the turning circle of the Exxon Valdez and the stamina of an asthmatic. But these facts only serve to enhance his status as a Premier League player.
#BringAndyBack is a cruel master-stroke in banterific Keys-baiting.
The GAA is Ireland's dominant sporting organisation. Though it remains ostensibly neutral in the country's upcoming gay marriage referendum, its players have spoken in support of both the Yes and No campaigns.
Greek Muay Thai champion Pavlos Kaponis on the perils of rapid weight loss.
The 1958 Cuban Grand Prix was marred by tragedy on the track and political manoeuvrings off it. This is how the most famous driver of the time became embroiled in the country's revolution.
When a boxer dies from injuries sustained in the ring, their final opponent must fight a very different battle to make sense of what has happened.
Football fans represent a significant demographic in Britain, yet they have rarely been pandered to at election time. Has that changed in 2015?
The Greek Freak hosted an impromptu street match that was attended by about half the teenagers of Athens.
At ROOTS, you can learn how to make a longbow the way our premodern ancestors did – but can you learn how to live?
Getting to the bottom of English football's bastard stepdad.
Vance Garrett and Francisco Liuzzi of Velvet Gloves Gentleman's Boxing are fighting to bring full-contact sports and the LGBT community closer together.
I decided to try CrossFit, because it seemed frightening and intense, which is the opposite of my life.
England has a new "People's Club". But which club is it?
Will Nigel Pearson's madness save Leicester City? Or is it just not the kind of motivation that Danny Drinkwater needs in his life?
Met Police FC represent the long arm of the law, but there's a lot to like at this often-misunderstood non-league club.
The Premier League has rid itself of Scottish managers, but they will remain as closely linked with English football as Gazza's tears.
Professional wrestling is fake, but when a competitor loses their life the 'sport' is forced to confront some very grim realities.
I got drunk with my childhood hero on the King's Road in 2009. Pelé, I met last week.