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10/21/2017 03:55 PM Premier League season takes first major twist Manchester City blanked Burnley 3-0 while Manchester United lost to Huddersfield 2-1 — and suddenly there is a five-point gap at the top of the table.
10/20/2017 08:03 PM Fire GM Nelson Rodriguez calls for 'honest self-reflection' of American soccer American soccer is fresh off the crisis of missing the 2018 World Cup and there's plenty of screaming and yelling about what should be changed and what needs fixing. Everything from the leadership of the U.S. Soccer Federation, coach Bruce Arena, the players, Major League Soccer's relationship with the national team to youth development is being questioned and criticised. While MLS academies are still, relatively speaking, in their nascent stages (the Fire's academy launched in 2007) and the fruits of their work are still being realized, the way players are developed in this country has come under fire.
10/20/2017 12:02 PM Rapinoe, Morgan, Ertz lift US past South Korea, 3-1 NEW ORLEANS (AP) Alex Morgan scored in a fourth straight game, Julie Ertz scored for the fourth time in five games, and the United States women beat South Korea 3-1 on Thursday night. Megan Rapinoe added her 34th international goal and her 42nd assist. Having assisted on Ertz’s diving header in the first half, Rapinoe scored on a penalty kick she drew in the 49th minute when pounced on a loose ball about 12 yards in front of the goal and was tripped by Ji Sohyun.
10/21/2017 02:25 PM Conte on Chelsea comeback: “We have the attitude” Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has been waiting for a star turn for some time, and now that it’s arrived he’s sounded like an Antonio Conte disciple. “Starting on the bench is a difficult moment for me but I stay focused every day to work hard and train hard,” Batshuayi said. Batshuayi replaced an Alvaro Morata who perhaps got a bit caught up in the snippy side of a chippy 4-2 win over visiting Watford on Saturday at Stamford Bridge.
10/21/2017 02:26 PM Andrew Surman gives Bournemouth a 1-0 lead Bournemouth's Andrew Surman takes a shot from the top of the box and scores to give his side a lead over Stoke City.
10/20/2017 08:07 PM Kobe Bryant shows off soccer skills while visiting PSG Kobe Bryant, who's a huge soccer fan and has met several stars already, dropped by the Paris Saint-Germain training center after taking part in a Paris Nike shoot. The five-time champ seemed to really enjoy hanging out with the players. Kobe was all smiles in the videos. Kobe even showed off some of his soccer skills. And he chatted with the players. Look at how happy Kobe is. The Nike shoot that Kobe took part in prior to his day of fun with PSG was also with Neymar and model Winnie Harlow. Life is still the best for Kobe.
10/21/2017 12:28 PM Barcelona approve €897million budget following record revenue in 2016-17 Barcelona have approved their largest ever budget of €897million for 2017-18, following a record revenue in 2016-17. The LaLiga giants' earnings of €708m for 2016-17 were presented at the club's General Assembly on Saturday, with club members then approving next year's record budget with 391 votes for and 49 against.
10/20/2017 07:52 PM Soccer-Dutch championship results and standings Oct 20 (Gracenote) - Results and standings from the Dutch championship matches on Friday Friday, October 20 Groningen 0 Willem II Tilburg 1 Standings P W D L F A Pts 1 PSV Eindhoven 8 7 0 1 26 8 21 2 Ajax Amsterdam 8 5 1 2
10/20/2017 03:24 PM The U.S. under-17s are lifting the gloom over American men's soccer There is a very real chance that, 10 days from now, the United States will have won the most recent FIFA World Cups at both senior and youth levels. The U.S. women triumphed back in 2015, and now, amid the fury and malaise stemming from the U.S. men’s failure to qualify for next summer’s tournament, a group of teenagers is doing its best to wash away all the negative feelings swirling about American soccer. The Under-17 World Cup has reached the quarterfinal stage, and the U.S. is still alive.
10/21/2017 07:00 AM BYU women’s soccer team likely must win out to make NCAA Tournament Provo • Taylor Campbell Isom, Bizzy Bowen, Nadia Gomes, Stephanie Ney, Hannah Clark, Madie Lyons Mathews, Avery Walker and BYU’s other seniors have enjoyed a lot of memorable moments at South Field the past four or five years as the Cougars have climbed to the top of the women’s college soccer world.
10/19/2017 11:42 PM Furious Columbus Crew fans blast owner's Twitter apology for trying to move club On Tuesday, Columbus Crew owner Anthony Precourt announced plans to seek relocation to Austin, Texas, for the 2019 season if Columbus couldn’t bring him a publicly funded stadium. This announcement came as the Crew are set for a playoff run, and despite the issues with the 19-year-old Mapfre Stadium, the news blindsided the passionate MLS fanbase. In the midst of the massive outcry from Crew supporters, Precourt took to Twitter in an attempt to apologize for the unfortunate situation that he brought upon Crew fans. It did not go well. The ratio was telling enough, as Precourt’s tweets were met with outrage. When Precourt tried to correct a typo, this happened. While no move to Austin is official
10/21/2017 02:07 PM WATCH LIVE: U.S. vs. England in U-17 World Cup quarters The United States are three wins from the U-17 World Cup title, and look to beat traditional power to set up a semifinal against another (Watch live at 10:30 a.m. ET online via Telemundo En Vivo). England is on the docket Saturday in Margao, India,
10/20/2017 06:05 AM Ifedayo won't be fazed by big Darul Aman crowd against Kedah Although a bumper crowd is expected to turn up at the Darul Aman Stadium for the second leg Malaysia Cup semi-final match between Felda United and Kedah this Saturday, the Fighters striker Ifedayo Olusegun is not fazed by that possibility. "For me it (Darul Aman's atmosphere) is normal, as we've defeated them there before (in September).
10/20/2017 03:52 PM Leicester City record massive earnings from UEFA Champions League Leicester City’s UEFA Champions League campaign may have ended without a trophy, but the Premier League side pipped the European champions in the bank account. UEFA announced on Friday that Leicester City earned $96,167,125 during the Champions League
10/21/2017 01:07 AM WATCH: Lakers legend Kobe Bryant hangs with Neymar and company at PSG Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant appears to be enjoying retired life. The big soccer fan is currently enjoying some time in Europe where he visited one of the world's best soccer teams. Kobe visited Paris Saint-Germain on Friday and hung out with Neymar and company, while also kicking the ball around with Kylian Mbappe. Here he is meeting the team: And here he is kicking around with Mbappe. A post shared by House of Highlights (@houseofhighlights) on Oct 20, 2017 at 11:17am PDT Now, this shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. Kobe grew up in Italy and loves the sport, having spent time with Barcelona in Spain and when they come to the U.S. for preseason. He always takes the opportunity to
10/20/2017 09:41 AM UEFA charges Roma over fans' racist chants at Chelsea game NYON, Switzerland (AP) — Roma faces punishment from UEFA over racist chants by fans at a Champions League game at Chelsea this week. UEFA said on Friday it opened a disciplinary case over "racist behavior (monkey chants)" during the 3-3 draw in London on Wednesday. Television pictures appeared to show the target of abuse was Chelsea defender Antonio Ruediger, who is black. The Germany international joined Chelsea from Roma in the offseason after two seasons in Italy. UEFA's disciplinary panel will judge the case on Nov. 16. In cases of racist abuse, UEFA has ordered a section of a club's stadium to be closed for a Champions League game. Repeated offenses have seen games ordered to be played in
10/19/2017 10:00 PM TFC’s Giovinco says Toronto FC would “avoid relegation” in Serie A Toronto FC won’t be leaving Major League Soccer for Serie A any time soon — or probably ever — but wouldn’t it be fun if they had the chance to? Star striker Sebastian Giovinco brought up the hypothetical in a recent interview, and the former Italian international believes that his current TFC side is good enough to avoid relegation in Italy’s top flight. “There’s no doubt that [MLS] has improved,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
10/20/2017 02:26 PM Rose ready for Spurs return, but won't start vs Liverpool Danny Rose's "mind is clear" as he closes in on a return to Tottenham's XI, but the weekend clash with Liverpool will come too soon for the England defender. The left-back spent 10 months sidelined by a knee injury before a late cameo in Tuesday's 1-1 draw at Real Madrid in the Champions League. The Spurs boss said: "He is happy, his behaviour is fantastic.
10/20/2017 10:13 AM World Cup 2018: Sepp Blatter will accept Vladimir Putin's invitation to Russia Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter has accepted an invitation from Russia leader Vladimir Putin to attend next year's World Cup. Blatter's 17-year spell in charge of world football's governing body ended amid a corruption scandal in 2015. Fifa subsequently banned Blatter from the sport for eight years, a term later reduced to six years after appeal. "I will go to the World Cup in Russia," said Blatter, 81. "I received an invitation from President Putin." Russia was awarded the right to stage the 2018 tournament in 2010, on the same day Qatar was controversially selected to host the 2022 event. Both countries were cleared of corruption allegations in the Garcia Report, published in 2014. But in
10/20/2017 05:25 AM Scolari set to finish China stint with another title Luiz Felipe Scolari wants to end his time in China by taking Guangzhou Evergrande to a seventh successive Chinese Super League title. The 2002 World Cup-winning coach arrived in China in June 2015, when the money splurged on high-profile coaches and players in the league was dramatically escalating. With just three games of the season remaining this season, Guangzhou is six points clear of second-place Shanghai SIPG in second.
10/21/2017 04:59 PM England stifles United States' hopes for solace in U17 World Cup quarterfinals Not even two weeks removed from the senior team’s catastrophic failure to make the 2018 World Cup, American soccer fans desperate for some semblance of hope latched on to the Under-17 national side and its own World Cup endeavor. The “Baby Nats” were in the quarterfinals against England following an impressive dismantling of Paraguay in the Round of 16. Rhian Brewster recorded a hat trick and England continued its banner year at the youth levels with a 4-1 victory over the Yanks in Goa, India, looking like the superior side for most of the evening.
10/20/2017 11:51 PM Ozil to Manchester United?!? Wenger reacts to gossip Sometimes, even the biggest Arsene Wenger detractors have to feel for the guy. Coming off a thrilling late win in Serbia, one that saw Olivier Giroud cap off a team goal straight out of the creative Wenger playbook, the manager should’ve been discussing how to stretch those good vibes into this weekend’s visit to Goodison Park. No, no Wenger was not feeling it.
10/20/2017 01:52 PM Everton announce lifetime ban for fan involved in altercation with Lyon player Everton has followed up on UEFA opening up disciplinary proceedings against them by banning a fan from Everton matches after the fan was seen to punch at an Olympique Lyon player in the second half of Lyon’s 2-1 win at Goodison Park. “Club Officials have reviewed the footage of an incident that occurred in the 64th minute of the game against Olympique Lyonnais where supporters towards the front of the lower Gwladys Street End became involved in a confrontation between players,” Everton said in a statement.
10/21/2017 04:21 AM Where the JDT versus Perak match could be won and lost Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) take on Perak in the second leg of the Malaysia Cup semi-final and if the first leg is any indication, the fans at Tan Sri Dato Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium are in for a treat. It was a keenly fought contest in the first leg at Perak Stadium where both sides took turns to have the upper hand in what was an open game. Both goalkeepers, Hafizul Hakim and Izham Tarmizi were called into action plenty of times in Ipoh and things are unlikely to change in the second leg.
10/20/2017 11:58 AM Attendances prove English fans care more about Europe than they let on - Italy is the home of true apathy Arsenal would rather be in the Champions League or not in Europe at all than travelling to Red Star Belgrade this midweek, while many Tottenham fans would have preferred to finish bottom of their group last season than drop into the Europa League by ending up third. Spurs managed to sell more than 80,000 tickets for the Europa League match against Gent last season, while the Emirates was almost full for Arsenal's match against Cologne (though the large number of travelling German fans will have contributed a little there). Manchester United averaged 67,722 people at Old Trafford over seven home games on their run to the Europa League title last season, and fans have been turning out in decent numbers at all Champions League games both this season and last.
10/20/2017 08:42 AM Dusan Tadic: From Serbia to Southampton, this is my story When I was growing up as a kid in Serbia, I had always dreamed of this moment. When you play for your country, everyone remembers you if you play in a World Cup. It is very nice to be there, at the World Cup, and we need to try and go step by step and see how far we can get.
10/20/2017 04:09 PM Suarez struggles no concern for Barca boss Valverde Luis Suarez is not struggling with an injury and will soon be back to his prolific best for Barcelona, according to Ernesto Valverde. The Uruguayan striker missed Barca's first two LaLiga matches due to a knee problem but marked his return to club action with a goal in the 5-0 thumping of Espanyol on September 9. Since then Suarez has scored just twice in seven appearances in all competitions for the Catalan giants and appeared to be struggling with a hamstring issue during Wednesday's 3-1 win over Olympiacos in the Champions League.
10/20/2017 12:15 AM Report: USMNT interim manager to be named this weekend What’s next for the U.S. Men’s National Team? The first of many dominos may fall this weekend, according to ESPN FC. The report states that the USMNT is likely to name its interim manager “some time this weekend,” however, U.S. Under-20 manager Tab Ramos likely won’t be the one named. Ramos is reportedly seeking a full-time position as the USMNT boss, and the interim tag could be a turn off for the 51-year-old former national team midfielder. U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati had stated following former U.S. manager Bruce Arena’s departure that he expected to make a decision in “seven to 10 days.” A decision this weekend would stick with Gulati’s original intentions. The Americans will reconvene
10/21/2017 07:00 AM Freigang the Late Hero Once Again for Penn State Oct. 21, 2017 When the game is on the line and Penn State is in dire need of a savior, Freigang has been able to provide. The biggest moments at the end of games bring out the best in her play. "She's proven that she can score goals late in games, and she's become kind of our go-to player in those moments and she wants the ball," head coach Erica Dambach said. "She's a pressure player. She wants to be on the ball late in the game." With Penn State down 2-1 with just three minutes remaining on the clock, the Nittany Lions were in desperation mode as the regular season Big Ten title seemed to be slipping from the team's fingers. A loss would've sealed its fate, as Ohio State had beaten Minnesota
10/19/2017 09:08 PM Rosenberry suspended for Union season finale Philadelphia Union defender Keegan Rosenberry has been suspended for the team's season finale at Orlando City, head coach Jim Curtin announced Thursday. Rosenberry, 23, was punished after posting a tweet from his personal Twitter account Sunday before kickoff of the Union's 3-2 loss at the Chicago Fire. “His activity on social media prior to kick off was inappropriate and something that won’t be tolerated. It’s a decision he made and one that he’ll be held accountable for. (It was) unprofessional and also disrespectful to the guys in the locker room.” said Curtin at a press conference Thursday. "He’s a great young player who I think will learn from this but, as professionals, we’re held to a
10/21/2017 09:25 AM Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams Barcelona are preparing to make a January move for Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera, according to Don Balon via Daily Express . Barcelona and Arsenal are both interested in Milan forward Andre Silva after his strong start with the Italian side in European play, CalcioMercato reports.
10/20/2017 08:51 PM West Ham 0-3 Brighton: Gulls fly past Irons Murray heads Gross free kick Izquiero strikes from distance West Ham blanked at home Murray earns, converts PK Glenn Murray scored twice and Jose Izquiero also scored to lead visiting Brighton and Hove Albion past West Ham United 3-0 at
10/21/2017 02:40 PM Usually injured players are sad - not Mendy, he WhatsApps me! - Guardiola Pep Guardiola says Benjamin Mendy remains his happy, sociable self despite suffering with a long-term injury, claiming the Man City defender has been sending messages on WhatsApp.
10/21/2017 12:01 AM How to Watch Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Borussia Dortmund: Game Time, TV Channel, Live Stream Fans of the U.S. men's national team won't get to see Christian Pulisic play meaningful games in an American jersey for quite some time, but that doesn't mean they won't get to watch him at all. Dortmund's season thus far has been a smashing success or a stumbling failure, depending on which competition you look at. Dortmund is flying high in the Bundesliga, sitting in first place with a two-point lead over bitter rivals Bayern Munich.
10/20/2017 12:14 PM Copa90: Diego Maradona - The God of Naples Diego Maradona is a legend in Naples having led Napoli to their first ever Serie A title in 1987. Copa90 looks at what Maradona meant to the city.
10/21/2017 01:49 PM AC Milan will sell 'top players' if they miss the Champions League AC Milan chief executive Marco Fassone has acknowledged the Serie A giants would have to sell star players if they fail to qualify for next season's Champions League. Vincenzo Montella's side sit 10th following a difficult start to the season, with a 3-2 defeat in a dramatic derby against Inter last time out marking their fourth league defeat of the campaign. Milan - who take on Genoa on Sunday - spent big in the off-season, with Ricardo Rodriguez, Andre Silva and Leonardo Bonucci among their high-profile additions.
10/21/2017 11:21 AM Eric Wynalda set to stand for U.S. Soccer Federation presidency Former United States international Eric Wynalda says he will run for the role of U.S. Soccer Federation president. Wynalda, who won 106 caps and scored 34 goals for his country, will go up against Boston attorney Steve Gans for the position, while incumbent Sunil Gulati is also expected to stand along with former American Indoor Soccer League president Paul Lapointe and ex-U.S. international Landon Donovan. Wynalda, who will need three nominations between now and early December to get on the ballot, confirmed to Soccer America's Paul Kennedy that he will enter the race. Gans has already received three nominations, while Gulati would be expected to do the same should he stand for re-election.
10/20/2017 06:23 PM Tottenham v. Liverpool: A game of significance Former Liverpool and Tottenham player Danny Murphy discusses the history between the two clubs and looks ahead to their matchup this Sunday at 11:00am ET on NBCSN.
10/20/2017 05:00 AM Red Bull Rant 245: Grey Hairs and Growing Pains When Atlanta United visited the New York Red Bulls, the biggest question was...would Own Goal be out for revenge? Thankfully that was not the case, but at the same time, no one scored in could be ironically a good 0-0 draw for the Red Bulls. They really had no chance of getting a home wild card game, so why not stay at #6 in the East? It’s OK though, the Red Bulls can still play spoiler, if you want to call it that, against last place D.C. United in their last game at Robert F Kennedy Stadium in D.C. Will the Red Bulls put the final nail in the coffin for D.C. and take home the open cup, or is the new stadium mojo going to be too much? Guess we’ll find out on Sunday. Musical Credits: Opening:
10/20/2017 08:13 AM Neymar confirmed wish to leave Barcelona at Messi's wedding, says Xavi Neymar broke the news of his desire to leave Barcelona at Lionel Messi's wedding in June, according to former team-mate Xavi. The Brazil international joined Paris Saint-Germain in August for a world-record fee of €222 million after many weeks of speculation over his future. The forward insisted at his unveiling he only made the decision to accept PSG's proposal two days before the deal was completed, but Xavi says he made it clear he wanted out at Camp Nou while at the lavish wedding of Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo in Rosario.
10/19/2017 09:18 PM Europa League roundup: Lyon tops Everton, Giroud guides Arsenal It was a wild and crazy Thursday full of UEFA Europa League action, and while one Premier League side lucked out, another continued its fall from grace. Arsenal picked up a 1-0 win over Red Star Belgrade on the road after Olivier Giroud’s 85th-minute
10/19/2017 08:56 PM FIFA to look into changing nationality rules FIFA is considering an overhaul of the rules which govern players’ eligibility for national teams, including a proposal which would allow them to switch allegiance in certain circumstances. Victor Montagliani, head of FIFA's stakeholders' committee, said there were issues regarding the rules, which are aimed at preventing players from switching between national teams or representing countries they have no connection with. "There are so many issues that have popped up over the years because the world is changing, immigration is changing," said the Canadian, who is president of the North, Central America and Caribbean federation (CONCACAF).
10/20/2017 05:00 AM Good news on Drinkwater, less so on Bakayoko and David Luiz as Chelsea return to training For the first time in well over a month, Danny Drinkwater was spotted training with the rest of the first-team on Thursday as Chelsea gear up for the next big game on the schedule. Saturday’s early kick-off against Watford comes far too quickly after Wednesday’s dramatic exertions, but there’s nothing we can do about that other than try to recover the team’s physical (and mental) condition as much as possible. Drinkwater had returned to light training at the start of this week, but some reports still claimed his full recovery was weeks away. Regardless, his improving fitness is definitely a welcome development even if he may not be involved just yet tomorrow—ideally, he will be good to start
10/21/2017 09:21 AM Out-of-favour striker Ayanda Nkosi set to leave Orlando Pirates Orlando Pirates striker Ayanda Nkosi could reportedly leave the PSL giants during the next Transfer Window. The 24-year-old has had limited game time this season having made only one competitive appearance for the Buccaneers. Nkosi was introduced in the 82nd minute as Pirates drew 1-1 with Baroka FC in a PSL match at the Peter Mokaba Stadium two months ago.
10/20/2017 05:00 AM Around The Forest: Timbers can capture the Cascadia Cup with a win Portland: Cascadia Cup | Timbers in position to capture cup Sunday with win over Whitecaps | Portland Timbers Along with finalizing their seeding position in the Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs on Sunday, the Portland Timbers could clinch their fourth-ever Cascadia Cup if they defeat Vancouver Whitecaps FC at Providence Park on MLS Decision Day, presented by AT&T (1pm PT, ROOT SPORTS). Major League Soccer: Houston Dynamo Supporter Group El Batallón Brings Latino Soccer Fan Culture to MLS After the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, Houston turned to its blossoming sports scene in order to bring some normalcy back to the city. Led by Jose Altuve’s bat, the Astros have made it to their first ALCS ever–although
10/21/2017 03:51 PM Lazio forward Ciro Immobile pens new contract until 2022 Lazio forward Ciro Immobile has been rewarded for his blistering start to the season with a new contract, tying him to the Serie A club until 2022. Goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha, 22, has also extended his contract until June 30, 2022.
10/20/2017 05:00 AM Friday Links: One game left in 2017 The weekend is finally here as FC Dallas looks to sneak into the playoffs after a miserable couple of months to wrap up this season. // FC Dallas // Discussion: A talk about Oscar Pareja and the future of FC Dallas - Big D Soccer The 2017 season is going to end soon for FC Dallas, but we have some honest questions to ask of the team first. Roster Selection: What will Oscar Pareja do against LA? - Big D Soccer Oscar Pareja’s bold gamble didn’t work in Seattle, will he go back to the drawing board against LA? My gut tells me he'll continues to tinker. FC Dallas President Dan Hunt Fully Committed on Improving Youth at Both Club and National Levels | FC Dallas Here is more on Dan Hunt's desire to
10/21/2017 05:00 AM Barça vs. Málaga: Preview Following a strong performance and victory against Olympiacos in the Champions League last Wednesday, Barcelona return to La Liga action with another home game, this time against the worst team in Spain so far. Málaga are the visitors at Camp Nou this Saturday, and it’s safe to say things aren’t looking good for one of the most traditional teams in the league: the Albiceleste are currently in last place, with only one point from their first eight games and having the third worst attack and the worst defense in La Liga. On paper this should be an easy 90 minutes for the Blaugrana, but it won’t be for a simple reason: Málaga have become a bit of a “bogey team” for Barça. In the last six meetings
10/20/2017 07:57 PM Messi posts video of son singing in Catalan, Pique replies Barcelona's Argentine legend Lionel Messi entered the highly-charged drive by Catalonia for independence on Friday when he posted a video on social media of his child singing in Catalan. Among the flood of comments triggered by the post was one from Messi's teammate, Gerard Pique.
10/20/2017 02:21 PM Harry Kane is England's most talented footballer, but is not world class yet My criteria for world class status are stricter than excelling in the Premier League, no matter how long Kane terrorises defences domestically. World class players are those who deliver in the post-Christmas stage of the Champions League, shining in the quarter-finals and beyond. World class players are those who deliver at major international tournaments.
10/20/2017 12:24 PM Mawson and Daniels join Mata's Common Goal Juan Mata has welcomed Swansea City centre-back Alfie Mawson and Bournemouth full-back Charlie Daniels as the first Premier League players to join him in his Common Goal charity initiative. Bayern Munich defender Mats Hummels, his Juventus counterpart Giorgio Chiellini and Hoffenheim head coach Julian Nagelsmann are among those to have signed up and Mawson and Daniels are now the first to do so from England's top flight.
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