There's always some soccer on Friday. It's always really average.
The top three teams in Ligue 1 are tied on 35 points apiece, but following this weekend's result in Paris, the race might as well be over.
Fueled by an army of Chelsea loanees, Vitesse continues to fight for a Champions League place in the Eredivisie. Ligue 1 stayed interesting at the top, while Porto impressed in the Portuguese Liga.
Most of the big sides outside of Europe's big four won comfortably this weekend, but two of the biggest stumbled ahead of big Champions League encounters.
Paris Saint-Germain and FC Porto have figured out their attacks. In Russia, Terek Grozny's improbable run ended. We also answer a tough question: What in the world is a Pandurii Târgu Jiu?
Paris Saint-Germain are yet to win a game in Ligue 1, and they're not even going down in entertaining fashion. In Russia, Zenit's reign of terror was halted, while Porto and Benfica impressed in Portugal.
Marco Pappa is heading to SC Heerenveen in Holland, but will stay with the Chicago Fire until the end of the MLS season.
Twente went to the Philips Stadion looking an unlikely bet to get the three points they needed to get level with PSV Eindhoven in the table. After all, PSV has been incredibly potent at home all...
Steve McClaren has returned to manage FC Twente, a year and a half after winning the Eredivisie title in Enschede.
Ajax's Members' Council have decided to settle the feud between Johan Cruff and the rest of the board by banishing everyone.
PSV Eindhoven were creating chances and they had themselves a 2-1 lead. It looked like they were on their way to a rare win at De Grolsch Veste, but then the referee got involved. He deemed it...
Dries Mertens and Tim Matavz lead PSV Eindhoven into their battle against Marc Janko and FC Twente as they go in search of a rare win at De Grolsch Veste.
Ajax have been a disappointment while AZ Alkmaar have been a revelation so who is really the favorite for the Dutch Eredivisie crown?
Bryan Ruiz is no longer with Twente, meaning someone else will have to step up and find some goals because Twente will need some to keep up with Ajax in a top of the table clash.
PSV and Ajax might have been a bit hard for some to watch, starting at an ungodly hour in the Americas and overlapping with the Old Firm Derby, but they certainly made it worth the while of those...
Ajax are still eying first place and another league title, while PSV are trying to prove that they should at least be in the title discussion, but only one can make a statement on Sunday.
Two teams entered the season as big title favorites. Ajax were the defending champions and favorites, primed to make it two straight titles as they found replacements for the players who departed...