• Huddlestone penalty miss mars Hull's European debut

    Tom Huddlestone missed a penalty as Hull City emerged form their first foray into Europe in their 110-year history with a goalless draw at Slovakian side Trencin. The English Premier League club will be ruing not coming home with the advantage from this Europa League third round first leg outing in…

  • Union-Sporting Kansas City Preview

    Sporting Kansas City has lost twice in its last 18 home games - both times to the Philadelphia Union. Kansas City can avenge those defeats Friday night, although it will be without the suspended Matt Besler as it seeks a fifth straight victory. Philadelphia (5-8-8) hasn't played a league match…

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  • Barcelona coach Luis Enrique pays tribute to the late Bobby Robson

    Barcelona's new head coach Luis Enrique paid tribute to his former mentor Bobby Robson on Thursday, on the fifth anniversary of the former England manager's death. "As a manager, he had very clear ideas, with an attacking concept of play and an easy and clear philosophy," Enrique, whose side are…

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    Lionel Andres Messi: Legendary

    At the age of 24, Messi became Barcelona's all time top football scorer in all official club competitions. By the time he was 25, he became the youngest player to score 200 La Liga goals. He is regarded by most experts as the greatest player of all time. This is the true story of how Lionel Messi…

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  • Soccer-Frenchman Renard named Ivory Coast coach

    * Two-year contract for Frenchman Renard * Replaces Lamouchi after World Cup failure (adds details) ABIDJAN, July 31 (Reuters) - Frenchman Herve Renard, who led Zambia to the African Nations Cup title in 2012, was on Thursday named as Ivory Coast coach. He takes charge of Africa's second-ranked…

  • Glazers to raise $150 million by cutting Man Utd stake

    By Keith Weir LONDON (Reuters) - (Repeats story first filed on Wednesday, no changes to text)The Glazer family will make around $150 million by selling part of its stake in Manchester United although the deal will leave the Americans firmly in control of the English soccer club. The Glazers, who…

  • Neymar aiming to return to action with Barca on Aug 18

    Neymar's injured back is healing well and he is aiming to return to action in a friendly for his club Barcelona on Aug. 18, the Brazil forward said on Thursday. Neymar fractured a bone in his back following a challenge from Colombia defender Juan Zuniga in Brazil's World Cup quarter-final and was…

  • Celtic's Euro dreams in tatters after Legia rout

    Miroslav Radovic scored twice to spark Polish champions Legia Warsaw into a 4-1 first-leg advantage over 10-man Celtic on Wednesday in the Champions League third qualifying round. Callum McGregor had gifted Celtic an ideal start when he put the Scottish Premiership title-holders ahead on eight…

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    New site posts over 37 billion public records online. Anyone can access this information and see what some may be hiding. You may not like findings!

  • Soccer-Copenhagen fans attacked in Kiev, match interrupted

    Fighting between rival fans caused a 15 minute interruption to the Champions League qualifier between Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and FC Copenhagen at the Olimpiysky stadium in Kiev on Wednesday. Supporters of the Danish club were attacked by an unidentified group of people believed to be Dnipro fans and…

  • Glazers set to raise $150m by selling Man U shares

    Manchester United's American owners are set to raise around $150 million by selling more of their club shares on the New York Stock Exchange. The English Premier League club announced Wednesday that the Glazer family is selling 8 million shares with reduced voting rights, which equates to around 5…

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  • Nick De Santis no longer sporting director in Montréal

    Nick De Santis will stay with the Impact, albeit in an administrative role.

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  • Mido sacked by Zamalek as Champions League hopes fade

    Former Egypt striker Mido's fledgling coaching career hit the buffers on Wednesday when local side Zamalek fired him after just seven months in the job and a week on from his first managerial trophy success. The former Ajax and Tottenham Hotspur forward was dismissed after a scoreless home draw…

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    Brazilian football ledgend Neymar says recovering well

    Brazilian football player and Barcelona forward Neymar says his back is recovering after sustaining injury during the World Cup. Natalie Thomas reports.

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  • Howard to call Premier League games during season

    Tim Howard's next super-human feat: doubling as an English Premier League goalkeeper and TV announcer. The U.S. star will work up to 10 games for NBC Sports Group during the upcoming season on days his ...

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  • Argentine FA chief, FIFA executive Grondona dies

    By Luis Ampuero BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine Football Association president Julio Humberto Grondona died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 82, South American soccer's governing body CONMEBOL said. Grondona, who became AFA chief in 1979 during the former military dictatorship and was…

  • Yaya Toure confirms he will stay at Manchester City

    Toure: "My decision is that I will stay at Manchester City for as long as possible."

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  • Rooney 'right for England captaincy', says Rio Ferdinand

    Wayne Rooney has what it takes to succeed Steven Gerrard as captain of England, his former Manchester United teammate Rio Ferdinand believes. The England skipper's vacancy is available after Gerrard's retirement from the international scene following the World Cup. Other possible contenders being…

  • OBITUARY-Soccer-Julio Grondona, Argentine FA strongman

    By Javier Leira BUENOS AIRES, July 30 (Reuters) - Julio Grondona, one of the most powerful men in Argentine and global soccer, died on Wednesday aged 82, shortly after going to hospital for a heart condition. Buffeted by controversies throughout his long career, Grondona was at the time of his…

  • [video] Puma and Arsenal team up

    With the World Cup having ended, soccer addicts in the United States are going through withdrawal. Attempting to ease the withdrawal symptoms, PUMA teamed up with one of England's top flight soccer clubs, ...

  • Philadelphia Union sign Algerian World Cup star Rais Mbolhi

    Union grab Algerian goalkeeper Mbolhi, throw MacMath's future in doubt.

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