Gerard Pique will definitely raise some eyebrows after a recent comment saying that his football club, Barcelona, won't be able to win it all the way in the Premier League for the reason that the division is a lot more physical.
The Spanish footballer said that both his team and Real Madrid cannot emulate their success in La Liga if both were given the opportunity to compete in England.
Pique is busy with the Spanish national football squad preparing for an international friendly against England. It is no secret, though, that Pique said these words considering that he spent a good four years playing for Manchester United, where he played in 23 games overall from 2004 up to 2008. With Barcelona, though, the Spaniard has gotten more success, winning the La Liga with the team five times. He played for Pep Guardiola in Barca, contributing to the club's treble in 2008-09 and a quadruple the season after. more >>
WWE Monday Night Raw featured another roadshow entertainment, this time making a stop in Manchester as part of the tour in the United Kingdom. There's no better way to spice everything up when you're in this city than let Wayne Rooney join the action.
The Manchester United football star was supposed to be just one of the handful of people who came to witness Monday Night Raw, but when King Barrett approached the English footballer and taunted him, the reaction was priceless — a slap in the face!
The slap was actually a result of some kind of a feud between the WWE star and the striker earlier this year when the wrestler, who is born in Preston, called out Rooney on social media for a diving act he did during an FA Cup game. more >>
Rumors have emerged the long-awaited "Clash of Clans" update is set to arrive during the Christmas season.
Bringing with it new features and improvements as well as a host of changes, Finnish game developer Supercell's popular freemium mobile MMO video game's update is said to be launching in time for Christmas.
Supercell initially confirmed the upcoming DLC during the first "Clash of Clans" ClashCon held in Finland last month, spurring on speculations and rumors of the update's content since the announcement was made. more >>
Serbian soldiers are receiving free Bibles as part of an effort to promote moral transformation in the ranks and prevent future war crimes.
The London based Telegraph reports that 4,000 copies of the New Testament have already been sent to soldiers with funding coming from the British arm of the Bible Society.
Notable British politician and abolitionist William Wilberforce (1759-1833) is one of the founders of the society that promotes the distribution of Scripture but not a specific faith or denomination. More funding for Bibles for soldiers in Serbia will come from church members across the U.K. more >>
Pope Francis has said in a recent speech that humanism and caring for others should be centered on Jesus Christ.
At a meeting of the Fifth National Convention of the Italian Church in Florence, Francis said humanism should take its starting point from "the centrality of Jesus," in whom people discover "the features of the authentic face of man."
A controversial play depicting a transgender Jesus Christ coming back to the Earth and retelling famous biblical stories is set to show in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
"The Gospel According to Jesus Queen of Heaven," as the production is titled, is slated to be performed on Nov. 15 at the Outburst Queer Arts Festival in Belfast. Its creator, who identifies as a practicing Christian transgender woman, says the play recreates biblical stories with a "different slant."