Soccer

  • Dynamo beats Torpedo to retake 2nd place in Russia

    MOSCOW (AP) — Dynamo Moscow scored twice in the last 10 minutes Monday to beat Torpedo Moscow 3-1 and retake second place in the Russian league.Dynamo's win keeps the Moscow club within six points of rampant Russian Premier League leader Zenit St. Petersburg

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  • Capital One Cup, 3rd round schedule and fixtures: Arsenal face Southampton in the marquee match

    England's midweek action comes courtesy of the Capital One Cup. The Capital One Cup resumes in midweek, with third round games strung across Tuesday and Wednesday. There are still plenty of big Premier League sides in action, with Arsenal hosting

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  • Port Vale wins on brilliant 89th minute goal

    Port Vale were going to draw Barnsley. That's a perfectly fine result for the League One side, but then in the 89th minute, Mark Marshall decided that he would win the match all on his own. And so one defender got skinned. Then another. Then another

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  • Brazilian fans throw rocks, bottles at team's bus

    One of Brazil's most successful clubs is facing harsh criticism from supporters after enduring one of its worst losses ever, prompting some fans to throw rocks and bottles at the bus carrying its players. Police intervened and no one was injured in the protest, which came just hours after Palmeiras…

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  • The last word on D.C. United vs Chicago Fire: Late-game goals and magic numbers

    There was much to admire from D.C. United, but then a long-standing narrative surfaced. Saturday night saw one of the stranger games of the season as D.C. United tied the Chicago Fire 3-3 in the suburbs of Chicago.  United fielded a non-traditional Starting XI since three of their big scoring…

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  • Qatar insists World Cup question of 'when not if'

    Qatar organizers dismissed any chance of the 2022 World Cup being taken away from the Gulf nation after a warning on Monday by a FIFA executive committee member. Theo Zwanziger was quoted in his native Germany as saying that he believed the World Cup will not be played in Qatar because of the heat.…

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  • Mata says sorry for Man Utd meltdown against Leicester

    Manchester United forward Juan Mata has apologised for his team's Premier League meltdown against Leicester that left them 12th in the league after five matches. United looked set for a comfortable win after moving 3-1 ahead at the King Power stadium on Sunday, but some abject defending in the…

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    A Guide to Soccer in Brazil with Anthony Bourdain

    Tony discusses Brazil's soccer-crazy populace.

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  • Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy has ankle surgery, will miss 3 months

    Arsenal lost Mathieu Debuchy to an ankle injury last week against Manchester City, and the club finally has a timeline on his recovery. The right back underwent ankle surgery on Friday and will be out for approximately three months. Arsene Wenger spoke about the injury, and The Guardian had some…

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  • Lampard earns City draw with Chelsea, Man Utd lose 5-3

    By Mike Collett LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea icon Frank Lampard scored for Manchester City to end his old club's perfect start to the Premier League season while Leicester City came from 3-1 down to beat Manchester United 5-3 on a remarkable day in the Premier League on Sunday. Lampard, Chelsea's…

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    WCC Women's Soccer Player of the Week | September 22, 2014

    The West Coast Conference names its Women's Soccer Player of the Week for September 22nd, 2014.

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  • Soccer-CSKA Moscow crack down on fans after Champions League clashes

    By Dmitriy Rogovitskiy MOSCOW, Sept 22 (Reuters) - CSKA Moscow are poised to introduce banning orders and take legal action against violent fans to stop their behaviour at Champions League matches "pushing us over the edge", general director Roman Babaev told Reuters. Russian supporters clashed…

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  • Celtic must improve, insists Deila

    Celtic manager Ronny Deila says his fringe players need to improve after his side needed a second half penalty from substitute Kris Commons to rescue a point in a 1-1 draw with Motherwell on Sunday. The Hoops boss had handed a host of first team stars a rest following their Europa League exertions…

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  • Villanova Olympic sports recap: Men' Soccer shuts out Albany

    Senior Aaron Dennis wins Philadelphia Soccer Six Player of the Week award. While some of Villanova's fall sports struggled, others have begun to find themselves a rhythm. Senior Oscar Umar scored in the 84th minute after elite defensive plays throughout the game from sophomore goalkeeper Will…

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  • Ronaldinho scores to lead Queretaro to win

    Ronaldinho scored from the penalty spot and assisted on a second goal as Queretaro beat relegation-threatened Chivas 4-1 in the Mexican league on Sunday. The former Barcelona and Brazil star atoned for a badly missed penalty in his debut for the Mexican club last week, a 1-0 loss to Tigres.…

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  • Soccer-Uruguayan championship results and standings

    Sept 21 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the Uruguayan championship matches on Sunday Sunday, September 21 Atenas 0 Nacional M. 2 Danubio 0 Rentistas 3 Defensor Sporting 2 Juventud 0

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  • La Liga and Serie A roundup: Real Madrid smokes Deportivo, Juve downs Milan

    Across the world of soccer, La Liga and Serie A boast some of the most talented teams on the globe beside the Premier League, and below is listed a brief recap of few matches in each league this weekend (Saturday and Sunday). Deportivo 2-8 Real Madrid: There really wasn’t anything Deportivo could…

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  • Soccer-Peruvian championship results and standings

    Sept 21 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the Peruvian championship matches on Sunday Sunday, September 21 Cienciano 0 Inti Gas 0 Los Caimanes 0 Melgar 3 Saturday, September 20 Cesar Vallejo 2 San Simon

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