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08/15/2018 03:34 PM De Bruyne injures knee in Man City training Kevin De Bruyne, the best player on Manchester City's record-breaking, Premier League title-winning team, suffered a potentially serious injury.
08/15/2018 10:07 PM Atletico punish tired Real in extra-time to lift Super Cup - stills edit Two goals in extra time give Atletico Madrid a 4-2 victory over city rivals Real Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup in Tallin.
08/15/2018 11:13 AM Iniesta scores another magical goal for Vissel Kobe After scoring a fine first goal for new club Vissel Kobe, Andres Iniesta backed that up with another magical strike against Sanfrecce Hiroshima in the J League.
08/15/2018 10:44 PM Messi scores as Barca claim Joan Gamper trophy victory over Boca Lionel Messi scored a trademark chipped goal as Barcelona beat Boca Juniors 3-0 at the Camp Nou to lift the Joan Gamper Trophy.
08/15/2018 04:46 PM Yedlin knee injury 'not serious,' club confirms ESPN The knee injury suffered by United States international DeAndre Yedlin in Newcastle's 2-1 loss to Tottenham on Saturday is "not serious," the club has confirmed. In a statement on their website, Newcastle said the quick right-back "has been assessed and undergone treatment this week and is likely to resume training with his teammates shortly." Yedlin took an awkward fall while challenging for the ball late in the second half, and the former Seattle Sounders star received lengthy treatment on the pitch before slowly limping off. Television cameras showed him putting minimal weight on his right leg as he walked down the tunnel with the help of a trainer, and the Newcastle Chronicle later reported
08/16/2018 07:21 AM Ozil's reasons for retirement 'nonsense' Reuters Toni Kroos criticised former Germany teammate Mesut Ozil for the way he announced his international retirement, saying Ozil's reasons were "nonsense." Ozil, 29, announced his international retirement last month after Germany went out at the group stage of the World Cup, saying he had faced racism and disrespect from the German football federation (DFB) and, in particular, president Reinhard Grindel because of his Turkish roots. "Basically, Mesut is a deserved international and as a player, he deserved a better departure," Kroos told Bild. "But the way he resigned was not in order." Ozil was an important player when Germany won the World Cup in 2014 and has been voted by fans as the team's
08/15/2018 05:00 AM Romelu Lukaku says he plans to retire from the Belgian national team after 2020 and won't play in the Qatar World Cup It sounds as though the 2018 World Cup may have been Romelu Lukaku's last. In an interview with Business Insider, the Belgian striker said he plans on retiring from the Belgian national team after Euros in 2020, meaning he would miss the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. "After the Euros, I think I'll stop," Lukaku said when discussing the national team's future and whether he'll be in the next World Cup. Lukaku played in the previous two World Cups, most recently helping to lead Belgium to the semifinals before they lost to France. He said making the semifinals has become the new standard for Belgium in any tournament going forward. "Every big tournament for us as a country has to be getting into the
08/15/2018 11:19 AM Castillo, Jackson score 2nd-half goals, Rapids tie Galaxy CARSON, Calif. (AP) Edgar Castillo and Niki Jackson scored eight minutes apart in the second half, and the Colorado Rapids tied the Los Angeles Galaxy 2-2 on Tuesday night. Castillo tied it at 1 for Colorado (6-12-6) in the 74th minute after sending a loose ball in from distance. Jackson knotted it at 2 in the 82th with a deflected shot over the head of David Bingham. Ashley Cole scored his first goal of the season for Los Angeles (10-8-7). He got a friendly bounce at the edge of the area, split two defenders to get to the corner of the 6-yard box and sent it past Tim Howard in the 59th minute. Sebastian Lletget scored in his second straight game to give Los Angeles a 2-1 lead in the 78th by
08/15/2018 09:09 PM Embattled Suarez 'getting up to speed' BARCELONA -- Ernesto Valverde has backed under-fire Barcelona striker Luis Suarez to deliver when it matters. The league season has not yet begun in Spain but Suarez's form has already been called into question following a low-key performance in Barca's Spanish Super Cup win over Sevilla on Sunday. Suarez, 31, registered 31 goals last term but also suffered a number of dry spells and there have been claims that his best years are now behind him. "Luis is fine," Valverde said in a news conference after Barcelona's 3-0 win against Boca Juniors on Wednesday. "He's only just coming back from his [post-World Cup] break, so he's gradually getting up to speed, but he looks good." Asked for his opinion
08/15/2018 10:20 PM Costa: 'Very happy' to see Atleti take down Real Atletico Madrid double goalscorer Diego Costa said his team had been hungry for revenge, speaking after Wednesday's 4-2 UEFA Super Cup win over neighbours Real Madrid in Tallinn, Estonia. A thriller at Lillekulla Stadium swung back and forth, with Costa scoring twice and Karim Benzema and Sergio Ramos netting for Madrid for a 2-2 score on 90 minutes, before Rojiblanco midfielders Saul Niguez and Koke sealed the victory in the first half of extra time. Atletico had lost the 2014 and 2016 Champions League finals to their richer neighbours in the Spanish capital. And speaking on BeIN Sports after the final whistle, the Brazil-born Spain international said there had been a lot of motivation in the
08/15/2018 09:03 AM Champions League 2018-19 ball released With the Champions League group stage set to kick off next month, Adidas has revealed unto us the new official match ball with which the 2018-19 campaign will be played. In a stark departure from the norm, the new ball is rendered in a very 'on-brand' shade of blue which ties in with UEFA's general colour scheme for their flagship tournament. According to the launch blurb, the new match ball -- which is nameless, as yet -- represents a bold new look and is designed specifically to "highlight the iconic Champions League stars," while the streaked pattern in the blue panels is designed to "represent the blur of constant motion." The ball will also improve players' performances -- it says here --
08/15/2018 11:19 AM Italian soccer giant Juventus switches to an online channel in a bid to grab a global fan base Italian soccer club Juventus launched a digital channel, replacing its traditional TV station which has closed after 12 years in the wake of disappointing ratings and high running costs. By taking the content online, the Serie A club wants to offer more opportunities for fans to keep up to date from smartphone, tablet and desktop services as the new soccer season begins. Club members can access the service for 2.99 euros ($3.50) per month or 14.99 euros annually, while non-members will be charged 3.99 euros per month and 19.99 euros for the year. It's the latest sign from Juventus that it is taking steps to be recognized as a global brand, having also signed star player Cristiano Ronaldo during
08/15/2018 03:23 PM Brazilian World Cup midfielder pulls off wild skill move in Chinese Super League Brazilian midfielder Renato Augusto, formerly of Flamengo, Bayer Leverkusen and Corinthians, has been playing professionally in China since 2016 and has been doing well. He's got 10 goals in 60 matches for Beijing Guoan and has earned some appearances for his national team during that time, including in the 2018 World Cup. He's also on a completely other level than some of his opponents. In a 5-2 win over Dalian Aerbin, in a game where he scored a goal, he destroyed two of his defenders with filthy, marvelous nutmegs. First, he jumps, spins and nutmegs and then goes through the five-hole on another defender, all in about three seconds. Take a look at this: Bless 'em. Bless 'em both. That was
08/15/2018 05:00 AM Sergio Ramos, the badboy of world soccer, has been mercilessly trolling Liverpool FC boss Jürgen Klopp When it comes to reigniting old rivalries, Sergio Ramos may well be the ultimate firestarter. This is because the Real Madrid CF defender, widely regarded as the badboy of world soccer, has been mercilessly trolling the Liverpool FC boss Jürgen Klopp because of his losing record in big cup finals. "Some of us have been operating at a very high level for many years, [and] I'm not sure he can say the same," Ramos said on Tuesday, according to BBC Sport. Ramos has won all of soccer's major titles. He is a four-time La Liga winner and four-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid, and a two-time European Championship winner and a World Cup winner with Spain, a country he captains and has represented
08/15/2018 05:35 AM Premier League: Chelsea v Arsenal Chelsea host Arsenal in a Premier League London derby on Saturday (17:30 BST), with some new faces on show as well as plenty of familiar ones. Chelsea's big-name arrivals over the summer were goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga and midfielders Mateo Kovacic and Jorginho. Arsenal, meanwhile, signed keeper Bernd Leno, defenders Stephan Lichtsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos, and midfielders Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi. Would any of them make your combined Chelsea and Arsenal line-up? Select your strongest side from both squads, and share it on social media. Pick your XI from our list and share with your friends.
08/15/2018 12:02 PM Juve's Perin out to be true heir to Buffon Michael Yokhin The journey has been longer than predicted, but the real adventure for Mattia Perin is about to start. More than seven years after making his Serie A debut, Perin finally has an opportunity to become the true heir to one of the league's greatest, in Gianluigi Buffon. Signed by Juventus from Genoa for €12 million in the summer, the 25-year-old has a chance to live up to the "next Buffon" hype for club and country which has followed him his entire life. Perin's talent was easy to spot early on. He started playing as a goalkeeper despite being the smallest kid in his neighbourhood, but made a lasting impression on many coaches. Nicola Melani, who worked with him at Pistoiese's youth
08/15/2018 08:00 AM Salah Liverpool's star as Van Dijk leads Klopp's new boys Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent Last September, we looked at the most important players at Liverpool. With the new season underway, who are the risers and fallers? This list is not extensive and has been ranked according to varying factors. Some players still with a part to play have been omitted. Performance, potential, the ability to make an impact and influence the course of a game, other options in that area of the field, the ability or inability to replace them and market value have all played a part in revising the 15. 1. Mohamed Salah (+5) A 44-goal debut season at Liverpool has Salah regarded as one of the best players on the planet. The eagerness on Liverpool's behalf to get the
08/15/2018 08:44 PM Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne suffers knee injury, could reportedly miss three months Manchester City star midfielder Kevin De Bruyne injured his knee in training on Wednesday, and there are fears he could miss a significant amount of time as his club aims to repeat as Premier League champs and do damage in the Champions League. Here's what you need to know: What is the latest news on De Bruyne's injury? The club is purposely keeping his injury status extremely vague as it awaits results from his scan. Manchester City announced the news on Wednesday, and simply said the extent of the injury to his right knee isn't known at the time. Here's the full statement: Kevin De Bruyne is undergoing tests on his right knee after sustaining an injury at training on Wednesday. The extent
08/14/2018 09:06 PM Wayne Rooney didn't come to D.C. United just for a fat paycheck: 'I'm here to work' Caption Close Before reliving Wayne Rooney's monumental act from D.C. United's wondrous victory late Sunday - a feat that sent shared video ricocheting around Europe when the workweek dawned a few hours later - it's important to step back five days to a steamy afternoon in a rooftop bar on Audi Field's north end. The space is empty, except for Rooney, his wife and eldest of four sons dressed in United gear, two team staffers and a couple of reporters. The family is about to go house-hunting, but first, the English superstar agrees to discuss his first five weeks in Washington. He answers questions about becoming the newly minted captain and adjusting to a new club, new league and new routine.
08/15/2018 05:06 PM Victor Moses' five best Super Eagles outings Dami Ugbane Special to KweséESPN Chelsea winger Victor Moses announced his retirement from the Super Eagles of Nigeria on Wednesday, following a six-year career with the three-time Africa Cup of Nations champions. Since making his debut in 2012, the 27-year-old provided inspirational moments for the Eagles, and remains held in high esteem in the West African nation. KwesèESPN highlights five moments of a brilliant international career which came to surprisingly early an end this week. Nigeria vs. Liberia, October 2012 The Super Eagles faced a tricky tie against Liberia in their second round return leg of the 2013 Afcon qualifiers in Calabar. Having failed to secure qualification for the previous
08/14/2018 06:44 PM Scholes: Man Utd have little chance at Prem title ESPN Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has given his former club little chance to challenge for the Premier League title this season, and said Jose Mourinho's men seemed confused on the pitch in their league-opening 2-0 victory against Leicester on Friday. United finished 19 points behind runaway winners Manchester City last term and Mourinho has been unapologetic in voicing his dissatisfaction with the lack of sufficient reinforcements this summer. Meanwhile, City and Champions League runners-up Liverpool have added quality to their ranks in the most recent transfer window and Scholes believes they've both distanced themselves from the Old Trafford club. "When you look at Manchester City,
08/15/2018 07:00 AM Revealed: Arteta's tactical tweak that helped Man City kill off Arsenal When Bernardo Silva scored for Manchester City against Arsenal on Sunday, Pep Guardiola turned to Mikel Arteta and threw his arms around his second-in-command. The images suggested Arteta had played a significant role in City’s second goal, one which put the game out of Arsenal’s reach.
08/14/2018 07:33 PM Ex-Italian soccer player survived 150-foot fall in deadly bridge collapse A former goalkeeper for an Italian professional soccer club was reportedly among the survivors of Tuesday’s deadly bridge collapse in Genoa — miraculously walking away despite his car plummeting down among tons of rubble during the disaster. A bustling stretch of highway bridge collapsed amid a torrential... “I was convinced it was going to end badly, but thank God I’ve lived to tell the tale,” one-time Cagliari netminder Davide Capello told Italian TV channel Sky TG24. Like dozens of others, Capello was driving across the Morandi Bridge around noon local time when a 260-foot section of the span abruptly crumbled during a violent storm, he told the outlet. “I was driving along the bridge, and at a certain point I saw the road in front of me collapse, and I went down with the car,” said the 33-year-old Capello, who last played professionally in 2013 and is now a firefighter.
08/14/2018 11:19 AM Soccer star Mohamed Salah spotted texting while driving, police investigating Police in England are investigating a viral video that shows Egyptian soccer star Mohamed Salah texting while driving. The clip was shot by fans as the Liverpool F.C. striker was heading home on Sunday after scoring the first goal in his from his team’s 4-0 victory over West Ham United. In it, Salah can be seen using a smartphone with both hands as his Mercedes-Benz is stuck in traffic and crowded by fans clamoring for attention and asking for photos, before the road clears and he pulls away. Upon learning of the video’s existence, the team informed the local authorities who said via Twitter on Monday that it had "been passed on to the relevant department." Liverpool management also confirmed
08/15/2018 09:55 AM Zaha signs Crystal Palace contract extension Reuters Wilfried Zaha has signed a new five-year contract with Crystal Palace to extend his stay at Selhurst Park until June 2023, the club announced on Wednesday. Zaha had been linked with a big-money move away from Selhurst Park for much of the summer after winning the club's Player of the Year award for a third successive season. However, he stayed and helped Palace to an opening day 2-0 victory at Fulham, scoring his side's second goal at Craven Cottage. According to multiple reports, the Ivory Coast international will make £130,000 per week, making him the highest-paid player at the club. He scored a career-high nine league goals and had three assists to help Palace secure an 11th-place
08/15/2018 10:58 AM Goalkeeper Subasic retires from Croatia's national team ZAGREB, Croatia (AP) — Danijel Subasic says he is retiring from international soccer, becoming the third Croatian player that reached the World Cup final to leave the national team. The 33-year-old Subasic joins defender Vedran Corluka and striker Mario Mandzukic in calling it quits. Subasic says "the time has come to say farewell to my favorite jersey after 10 years with the national team." He says he made the decision to retire before the World Cup, adding that playing in the final was his dream. Subasic, who plays for French club Monaco, made 44 appearances for his country. Croatia lost to France 4-2 in the World Cup final on July 15. More AP sports: https://apnews.com/tag/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
08/14/2018 04:46 PM Mane needs goals to emulate Salah, Firmino success When Liverpool's much vaunted "Fab Four" were lighting it up in the opening months of last season, Sadio Mane was very much the George Harrison of the group. Philippe Coutinho and Mohamed Salah were John Lennon and Paul McCartney, the headliners, while Roberto Firmino was Ringo Starr -- not always fully appreciated by the mainstream audience but with his own cult of dedicated followers. Like Harrison, Mane was an important part of a successful group and everybody knew who he was, but he was overshadowed by his colleagues and was often in the background. Not exactly a peripheral figure, just not as heralded as the rest. Coutinho moved on midway through last season and the "Fab Four" became a trio,
08/15/2018 09:19 AM Vint leaves United due to visa issues American teenager Will Vint has left Manchester United because of visa issues, sources have told ESPN FC. The 16-year-old is set to head back to the United States where he will have trials at Atlanta United, Sporting Kansas City and Philadelphia Union. Vint was announced as one of United's first-year scholars in the summer and in July travelled to Austria with the under-18s and under-23s for a preseason training camp. But problems obtaining a visa to stay in the U.K. have meant his time at Old Trafford has been cut short. Sources have told ESPN FC that United will continue to monitor the midfielder and could look to bring him back when he fulfils more of the requirements. Before joining United,
08/15/2018 07:24 AM Nigerian leaves Chelsea for Italy KweséESPN staff Nigerian international Ola Aina has joined Italian club Torino on loan - shortly after signing a new contract with Chelsea. The 21-year-old defender spent last season on loan at Hull City, where he featured in 44 games. However, Aina must wait to add to his three matches for Chelsea after new manager Maurizio Sarri gave the green light for him to spend more time away from Stamford Bridge. Aina, an England youth international, has played five games for the Super Eagles, but failed to make the final 23-man World Cup squad.
08/15/2018 03:44 PM Arsenal still a laughing stock but they are improving Iain Macintosh ESPN.com writer Oh, Arsenal. With your wide eyes so full of hope. With your hearts aflutter and your smiles so broad. A new epoch begins, the world seems so bright and fresh ... and then Manchester City tear you open like a bag of chips and your goalkeeper smashes one past his own far post. Arsenal's enduring commitment to slapstick should be one of the key selling points in the Premier League's international TV rights brochure. Arms outstretched, an upturned tin of paint on their heads, they stumble blindly toward a steep flight of stairs and the world -- or at least the non-Arsenal supporting world -- howls with delight and taps in credit card details for another season-long
08/15/2018 04:02 PM Mexico's Fabian to leave Eintracht Frankfurt Mexico international Marco Fabian appears set to leave Eintracht Frankfurt after head coach Adi Hutter signaled the 29-year-old's time at the club could be coming to an end. Fabian has one year left on his contract and it seems the Bundesliga club prefers to sell the forward now, rather than letting him go for a free next summer. "Everyone can see that we have a big squad and basically I will be reducing it," Hunter said, later adding: "I've been told that [Fabian] could still move." German outlet Hessenschau reported that Fabian, Simon Falette and Marijan Cavar would be training with the "group two" squad while their situations are sorted out. Fabian's future at the club had appeared to be settled,
08/15/2018 07:09 AM Herrera targets extended stay Man United Ander Herrera has said that he is ready to sign a new contract at Manchester United. Herrera, 29, has a deal until the end of the 2018-19 campaign after United triggered a one-year extension last season. The midfielder has played 161 times for the club since arriving from Athletic Bilbao in 2014 and has hinted he would like to extend his stay at Old Trafford. "I have been able to play more than 160 games right now, so what I have in my mind is to go for the 200 games and keep adding games for the club and for myself," he told Inside United. "The way the club treats me is perfect. The love the fans show for me couldn't be better or bigger, my family is happy in Manchester, so I will just try to
08/15/2018 12:27 AM Sarri relaxing rules around Chelsea to court players Several reports out of Arsenal have the Gunners getting accustomed to big changes in coaching style from longtime boss Arsene Wenger to new manager Unai Emery. Wenger was viewed as a players-first, freedom-giving manager and Emery is a major step up in intensity and rigidity. Chelsea, it seems, is flipping that script.
08/14/2018 03:28 PM Sarri arrival plunges Fabregas' future in doubt The appointment of a new manager always creates some winners and losers. Maurizio Sarri's arrival has spelt good news for David Luiz and Willian, both set for a promising future at Chelsea having both been bound for the exit after falling out with Antonio Conte. But while both Brazilians look suited to Sarri's football philosophy, Cesc Fabregas' future looks decidedly precarious. It would be interesting to know Fabregas' inner thoughts at Sarri's appointment. The emphasis on technical, possession-based football will surely have excited him though the additional focus on energy and effort will have worried him. Technically excellent yet seemingly lacking the tenacity required by his new manager,
08/14/2018 05:57 PM Jimenez scoring on Wolves debut heats up Hot List Cesar Hernandez Although Mexico has yet to find a replacement for former manager Juan Carlos Osorio, the national team still has two upcoming friendlies to prepare for in early September. With matches set against Uruguay and the United States in the next FIFA international break, a number of players will be given a chance to shine the initial stages of the post-Osorio era. With an eye towards selection for El Tri, here are the latest best and worst performances we've seen from Mexicans at home and abroad. Warming Up Raul Jimenez | 27 | Forward | Wolves | England Why he's here: It doesn't get any better than scoring on your Premier League debut. On Saturday, Jimenez helped salvage a point for
08/16/2018 07:07 AM 'Modric couldn't be happier at Real Madrid' - Blancos director seeks end to Inter talk Luka Modric “couldn’t be happier” at Real Madrid, claims Emilio Butragueno, with the Blancos eager to bring links to Inter to a close. With Cristiano Ronaldo having already departed the Santiago Bernabeu for Italy, it has been suggested that Modric could do likewise. Butragueno, Real’s director of institutional relations, believes Modric’s services will be retained, telling Movistar+: “There is no issue with Modric.
08/14/2018 06:38 PM Michael Arace Crew owner Anthony Precourt is expected to be in Austin City Council chambers Wednesday. There is irony in his very appearance because, as a sports-team owner, absenteeism has been his hallmark. That and duplicity. The rank and file of the Crew’s staff saw Precourt at the team’s holiday party in December 2016. He was next spotted at a playoff game on Halloween 2017, although I don’t think he rubbed elbows with the hoi polloi in the front office. Precourt long planned to put most of these people out on the street. He planned to kill the Columbus market — by abandoning advertising, marketing and stadium-upkeep efforts, and though general ignorance — and this neglect has been going on for years.
08/15/2018 07:33 AM Godin rejected United 'for personal reasons' Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin said he is proud to take over as the club's captain after having turned down interest from other clubs. After competing in the World Cup with Uruguay, Godin reportedly considered a move to Juventus, and Manchester United made a late attempt to sign him on the Premier League's deadline day. Ahead of the UEFA season curtain-raiser in Tallinn, Estonia, Godin will replace midfielder Gabi Fernandez, who joined Al-Sadd, as Atletico's captain, with Antoine Griezmann becoming one of the team's vice-captains. "I am happy and proud, and above all, I feel a lot of responsibility wearing the armband of this team, with teammates I've been working together with for so long,
08/14/2018 12:29 PM Milan signs Bakayoko on loan from Chelsea with option to buy MILAN (AP) — AC Milan has signed French midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko on loan from Chelsea. The Italian club says it also has the option to buy Bakayoko on a permanent basis. Bakayoko moved to Chelsea in 2017 for 43 million euros ($51 million) after winning the French league title with Monaco. However, despite helping Chelsea to the FA Cup, he does not figure in coach Maurizio Sarri's plans this season. Bakayoko, who turns 24 on Friday, has made one appearance for France.
08/15/2018 08:00 AM Chinese fans cry foul over footballing body's drastic bans Players and coaches traipse before the Chinese Football Association (CFA) like naughty school children to plead their innocence, then await their fate. With global interest in Chinese football growing, the CFA has been busy dishing out bans, fines or warnings for on- and off-field misdemeanours that would go unpunished or receive a mere wrist slap in most countries. Attempting to guess the harsh extent of the CFA's weekly punishments has become something of a sport itself among fans who vent their exasperation online.
08/14/2018 07:13 PM Early deadline helps Premier League but were teams ready? The 2018-19 Premier League season is well and truly underway and for once, that phrase feels appropriate. The English top-flight always commences in mid-August but, after a significant change to the structure of the transfer window, the new campaign will not feature the disastrous three-week period, in which clubs and media were focused more upon moves than matches. Now deadline day has already passed, the games themselves dominate. In years gone by, the first month has been compromised by numerous teams not appearing to be properly equipped. Last season, for example, the Premier League began on Aug. 11 but clubs had another 20 days of transfer activity. At that point, with squads eventually
08/15/2018 01:40 PM Soccer coach accused of having sex with minor, sending nudes A Kentucky high school soccer coach is accused of having sex with an underage student and sending multiple students nude photographs. WKYT-TV reports 28-year-old Andrew Hatton was arrested Tuesday on charges of third-degree rape, distribution of obscene matter to minors and possession of matter portraying sexual performance of a minor. Another player reported the coach had added her on Snapchat and sent nude pictures of himself, requesting nude pictures of her in return.
08/15/2018 05:00 AM Bring Your Umbrella: Chicago Red Stars vs Seattle Reign FC, NWSL Week 21 Preview The Chicago Red Stars are off the Pacific Northwest for a series of Cascadian matches, starting this Wednesday when they will face Seattle Reign. The Reign are currently in second place on the NWSL table and while the Red Stars are in fifth place vying for playoff positioning, they head into Seattle with a draw and a win against the Reign in their two previous matches this season. Chicago and Seattle faced off on July 14th where the Red Stars played host to the Reign at Toyota Park. A physical and sometimes tense match came to screeching halt as Red Stars defender Arin Gilliland was carted off the pitch for medical evaluation after a collision with Steph Cately. Gilliland has since recovered.
08/15/2018 04:32 PM The growth of US soccer is big business New York City Football Club rings the opening bell at the NYSE 14 Hours Ago | 00:52 Officials and guests of the New York City Football Club rang the opening bell Wednesday at the New York Stock Exchange. Jon Patricof, president of NYCFC, was there to promote the "Hudson River Derby" — a match between his club and its cross-river rivals, the New York Red Bulls. The game will take place Aug. 22 at Yankee Stadium, NYCFC's home venue. The New York City Football Club is a Major League Soccer team. Its first game was played March 8, 2015. Eighty percent of the team is owned by the City Football Group, which also owns Manchester City of the English Premier League, while the New York Yankees own 20
08/15/2018 02:01 PM Cech is used to saving goals...not playing out from the back - Wright Ian Wright believes Petr Cech isn't used to having to play out from the back and he will struggle to adapt at Arsenal.
08/15/2018 06:40 PM ESPN+ gets U.S. deal for FA Cup Final, matches ESPN ESPN+ has reached a new multi-year deal to stream FA Cup matches -- including the FA Cup Final -- in the United States. The deal also includes the FA Community Shield, the annual match between FA Cup and Premier League champions to start the English football season. The FA Cup competition is the oldest domestic cup tournament in the world, and was first played in 1871-1872. Over 700 clubs in England are registered for the tournament. Coverage for the 2018-19 tournament will begin on Nov. 10, with first round matches and conclude with the final at Wembley Stadium in London on May 18, 2019. Chelsea are the current titleholder and have won the competition eight times. Arsenal hold the most
08/14/2018 11:55 AM Tottenham apologise to fans and say stadium delay 'unavoidable' Media playback is not supported on this device Tottenham have apologised to fans for the delay in opening their new stadium, but say it was "unavoidable" because they could not "compromise safety". Spurs were expected to play their first game at their new ground on 15 September against Liverpool, but that match has been switched to Wembley. They have also moved their following home game - against Cardiff on 6 October - to the national stadium. The club have offered supporters full refunds for the "inconvenience". BBC Sport understands the club had been in discussion with Uefa regarding a potential delay, even before Monday's announcement. At least one Champions League group fixture will be affected
08/15/2018 04:33 PM QPR owner Tony Fernandes to step down as chairman of the club Tony Fernandes has stepped down as co-chairman of Queens Park Rangers, saying the club is now in a stable position following its £42m settlement with the English Football League over its breach of Financial Fair Play rules. Fernandes is vacating his position alongside co-chairman Ruben Gnanalingam to allow Amit Bhatia to step up from his role as vice-chairman. Fernandes, the AirAsia founder who completed his takeover of the club in 2011, has served as co-chairman alongside Gnanalingam since 2015.
08/15/2018 11:23 PM Governor Cooper honors NC Courage Governor Roy Cooper made August 15 an official day to recognize the excellence of the NC Courage soccer team.
08/16/2018 12:21 AM Report: NISA to join USL D-III in applying for USSF sanctioning Real Madrid fell apart in extra time of the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday, losing 4-2 at the hands of cross-town rivals Atletico Madrid. And new manager Julen Lopetegui says it was not down to desire, even considering how many trophies Real has lifted in recent seasons. “These players have won a lot of titles but I do not think that their hunger for titles was missing tonight,” he said. “Last year in La Liga things did not go right for them. We want to get the best out of the team and start picking ourselves up after losing this title. We were all excited for this trophy.” Losing his first serious match doesn’t bode well for Lopetegui, though his club sold Cristiano Ronaldo, didn’t start Luka Modric,
08/14/2018 06:40 PM Atleti will push Real 'to the limit' in final Real Madrid coach Julen Lopetegui says he expects his team to be pushed "to the limit in all ways" by Atletico Madrid in Wednesday's UEFA Super Cup final. Three-time defending Champions League winners Real are aiming to become the first side to win three-successive Super Cups and also equal the competition record of five titles currently held jointly by Milan and Barcelona. But the summer has seen the Bernabeu outfit lose both last season's coach Zinedine Zidane and the club's record-scorer Cristiano Ronaldo, with Europa League holders Atletico by contrast keeping hold of their best players and adding some interesting signings. Speaking at the pregame news conference at the Lillekula Stadium
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