Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir is fighting back: “This is about my rights as a worker, as a woman and as a human being.”
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For Fikayo Tomori, there’s no place like AC Milan: “At a club like this you can’t do things half-hearted.”
From his personal experiences with the England National team to his hopes for the next generation, Steven Gerrard tells his story.
The Players’ Tribune captured some of the madness during the U.S. team’s opening games against Wales and England.
This is the life of Rodrygo: “Words have power. Man, I’m living proof.”
Ahead of the World Cup, Romário wrote this for Neymar: “No matter who you are, it is impossible to conquer anything alone.”
Brennan Johnson wrote this for Wales (and his nan): “We’ll be a part of moments that will exist forever in the minds of Welsh kids.”
This is why Kalidou Koulibaly plays for Senegal: “Me representing my country is not just about a football match. It is about my blood, and my history, and the dreams of my parents.”
Gabriel Martinelli has always dreamed of playing for Brazil in the World Cup: “You are watching the Selecão and you’re thinking, Imagine wearing that shirt at a World Cup.”
Walker Zimmerman pens a letter to his younger self ahead of the World Cup: “There’s absolutely nothing like playing for your country. It’s the best feeling in the world.”
Hirving Lozano is ready for the World Cup: “Podemos hacer que la tierra tiemble.”
Hirving Lozano is ready for Mexico to cause an earthquake during the World Cup — again: “Facciamo tremare la terra.”