Qatar Stars League
The Qatar League, better known as the Qatar Stars League, is the top professional league in Qatari Football. The Qatar Football League starts normally in September following the European seasons. The League consists of 12 football clubs. This has recently been expanded for the 2009-10 season from 10 football teams the previous year. The current Qatar League champion is Al-Gharrafa.
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Champions League (Group Stage)
Riddersholm: Innovation underpins Midtjylland miracle
Glen Riddersholm's vocabulary is flawless, and so too is his grasp of his Midtjylland's defining attribute. This tiny club, with no major honours in its short, 16-year history, is heading into the home straight of the Danish title race with a ...
Follow Transfer Deadline Day on FIFA.com
The transfer window will close in 16 countries on Monday 2 February and, with a flurry of late deals expected to take place as club sides finalise their squads for the remainder of the season, FIFA.com will bring you all the moves on what should be a ...
Guardiola: Spanish trio among the favourites
Watching Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola giving instructions in a training session can be almost as entertaining as the array of skills which his players bring to the pitch. During a ten-day training camp in Qatar, Guardiola highlighted that he was ...
Jeno Buzanszky, last of the Mighty Magyars, dies at 89
Jeno Buzanszky, the last surviving member of Hungary's formidable 1950s national football team, died Sunday aged 89 after a long illness, his family announced to local media. Buzanszky, a defender who played 49 times for Hungary's famous team, ...
Everton's Lukaku has business to finish in Kiev
The Premier League's sole UEFA Europa League survivors Everton are in Ukraine on Thursday aiming to seal qualification for the quarter-finals against Dynamo Kiev. Romelu Lukaku's late penalty at Goodison Park last week gave Roberto Martinez's men a ...
Wembley win leaves Mourinho feeling like a kid
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said he felt "like a kid" after claiming the first trophy of his second Stamford Bridge tenure with a League Cup final victory over Tottenham Hotspur. A deflected John Terry strike and a Kyle Walker own goal gave Chelsea a ...
Coyle: Coaches should learn foreign languages
The desire to remain among familiar faces and surroundings often limits and inhibits us from breaking out of our comfort zone, but when Owen Coyle accepted the head coaching position with Major League Soccer's Houston Dynamo, he did just that.
Inspiring Impact set for semi-final showdown
Meanwhile, Montreal have consistently struggled in Major League Soccer since joining the North American top flight four domestic seasons ago – the club itself only formed in 1992. Having reached the post-season in MLS on one occasion, where they were ...
Ivanovic sinks Liverpool as Chelsea reach final
Branislav Ivanovic's extra-time header sent Chelsea into the League Cup final at Liverpool's expense as the London club edged a breathless semi-final second leg 1-0 at Stamford Bridge. The Serbian's goal gave Jose Mourinho's side a 2-1 aggregate win, ...
Ibrahimovic explains tattoo designs
Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has outlined a highly unusual charitable gesture he made in support of the World Food Programme on Saturday. Ibrahimovic was booked after only two minutes for removing his shirt as he celebrated scoring ...