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Wenger worried over Sutton’s pitch heading Monday’s clash
Sutton will aim to pull off another massive victory on Monday, this time against one of the Premier League's top sides.
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Leipzig beats ‘Gladbach 2-1, cuts Bayern’s Bundesliga lead
Leipzig held on for a 2-1 win at Borussia Moenchengladbach to cut Bayern Munich's lead in the Bundesliga to five points on Sunday.
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WATCH LIVE: Blackhawks vs. Sabres
Patrick Kane and Blackhawks travel to face a suddenly-surging Sabres team that's won three in a row on Hockey Day in America.
La Liga & Serie A: Messi rescues Barca, Pescara earns second win
A roundup of Sunday's action from around Spain and Italy's top flights...
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‘Gabigol’ finally starts to pay off transfer in Inter win
Gabriel "Gabigol" Barbosa began repaying his 30 million euro ($32 million) transfer fee by scoring his first goal for Inter Milan in a 1-0 win at Bologna on Sunday.
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Harkes speaks for first time since FC Cincinnati sacking
The former U.S. Men's National Team player was sacked on Friday from the USL side without any public warning.
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Bielsa returning to Ligue 1 to take charge of Lille
"El Loco" is employed once again.
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FA Cup draw: Chelsea to host Man Utd in QF; Arsenal vs. Lincoln?
Chelsea vs. Manchester United highlights the quarterfinal draw, though Lincoln City remain the most intriguing opposition.
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AT THE HALF: Man Utd, Blackburn level at 1-1 in FA Cup
Marcus Rashford canceled out Danny Graham's opener in the weekend's only exciting first half.
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VIDEO: David Villa given red card via MLS’s video replay
As it turns out, Video Assistant Replay works; it just takes a little bit of time to make the right call.
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Ranieri criticizes Leicester for lacking “desire and heart”
Oh, how long ago the 2015-16 season seems to be now.
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FOLLOW LIVE: Spurs, Man United away in FA Cup 5th round
Following a few shock results on Saturday, Tottenham and Man United are on Cupset alert.
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Report: AC Milan negotiating new deal for keeper Donnaumma
The 17-year-old has quickly become one of the best goalkeepers in Europe since making his debut in 2015.
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Baggio marks 50th birthday by visiting quake victims
Italian great Roberto Baggio marked his 50th birthday on Saturday by visiting towns devastated by earthquakes last year.
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FA Cup preview: Spurs, Man United face Championship opposition
Can Fulham and Blackburn turn in strong performances against two of the Premier League's elite clubs?
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Nice holds on to beat Lorient despite Balotelli’s red card
Nice striker Mario Balotelli has more red cards away from home than goals this season.
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Video: Tommy Thompson nets brilliant back heel finish
Watch as the San Jose Earthquakes forward provides straight magic with his right foot while surrounded by opposing defenders.
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U.S. U-20s fall to Panama to open CONCACAF Championship
Tab Ramos' side will have to rebound against Group B leaders Haiti on Tuesday to remain in contention.
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La Liga & Serie A: Gameiro nets five minute hat-trick and more
A roundup of Saturday's action from around Spain and Italy's top flights...
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Marseille beats Rennes to stay in hunt for French 4th place
Marseille showed it can cope without top scorer Bafetimbi Gomis by beating Rennes 2-0 at home in the French league on Saturday, a win that maintains its push for a top-four finish and place in the Europa...
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Championship focus: Brighton go unbeaten in four, Burton upsets Norwich
The top six are currently sitting comfortable in England's second division but can anyone make a run at the promotion playoff?
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FA Cup: Chelsea leave it late, sneak past Wolves to reach QF
It took them more than an hour, but Chelsea finally broke through. The double is still on.
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Bundesliga: Bayern rescue draw late; Dortmund play for 25k fewer fans
Robert Lewandowski equalized with the last kick of the game. Dortmund played without the famous Yellow Wall.
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FA Cup roundup: Man City toothless vs. Huddersfield
Manchester City were extremely poor against Huddersfield. Leicester City were knocked out by 10-man Millwall.
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Lincoln boss: Beating Burnley in FA Cup was “a one in 100 chance”
Even Lincoln City's manager knew they were up against the longest of odds.
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VIDEO: Atletico Madrid’s Gameiro bags a 6-minute hat trick
Kevin Gameiro's 6-minute hat trick was just what Atletico Madrid needed to continue their climb.
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FA Cupset! Burnley loses to 5th-division side Lincoln
Par for the course as far as Barton goes, but history of epic proportions on Lincoln City's part.
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FOLLOW LIVE: Chelsea, Man City, Leicester aim to avoid 5th-round Cupsets
No Cupset, no Cupset, no Cupset…
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Bournemouth face anti-doping charge from FA
Bournemouth is the latest target of the FA's anti-doping crackdown after being charged with breaching regulations.
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Neymar visits Gabriel Jesus after successful surgery
The two have both had some adversity in their careers recently.
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James Rodriguez reiterates desire to stay at Real Madrid
Beginning to see the field a bit more, James Rodriguez wants to stay.
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Atlanta United selects Michael Parkhurst as first captain
The 33-year-old USMNT veteran will wear the armband for the expansion team.
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Report claims Rooney considering leaving Man United
The Chinese transfer window doesn't close until the end of February.
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Chicharito scores two more as Leverkusen tops Augsburg
Chicharito now has five goals in his last three matches.
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Juventus goes 10 points clear with big win over Palermo
Paulo Dybala picked up two goals and an assist as Juventus got an early start to the weekend.
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PSG respond strongly to reports of Thiago Silva’s mental weakness
L'Equipe suggested Thiago Silva wasn't as injured as PSG said, but the club denied that report.
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League Two player gets 6 match ban for pushing ball boy
Leyton Orient is fighting for its professional life, and will do so without its captain.
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Sorting through the 2017 MLS kit unveils so far
You can find all of the released shirts here, but we'll highlight some of the more interesting ideas on this page.
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PL News: February 17, 2017
Catch up on all the latest news from around the Premier League, including Arsene Wenger's future in managing, Diego Costa's status at Chelsea and the mentality at Manchester United.
Tim Howard talks quality of MLS with Merseyside paper
Tim Howard was caught off guard by the quality of MLS in multiple ways, good and bad.
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Suarez: Barca relishes “beautiful challenge” of overturning 4-0
Blaugranas forward Luis Suarez wants to flip the script in a big way and make history.
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Dortmund investigating 61 fans after trouble at Leipzig game
Borussia Dortmund has identified 61 fans suspected of being involved with offensive and defamatory banners displayed during the Bundesliga game against Leipzig.
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Slumping Spurs “have to be clever” to stop rot
Mauricio Pochettino says Gent has a "minimal advantage" after one leg of Europa League action.
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FA Cup predictions: Upsets at a minimum for Premier League clubs
Pep Guardiola said Friday that "the FA Cup is complicated". There may be no better way to sum it up for Premier League sides.
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Comparing yourself to Indiana Jones is daring to Zlatan
But does he hate snakes?
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WATCH: Diego Costa’s unique dance moves on the Chelsea pitch
Diego Costa is an aggressive personality, and it's fair to infer that extends to the dance floor.
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Zidane: Gareth Bale fit for return after 10 weeks away
Bale posted seven goals and four assists in 17 appearances before suffering the injury against Sporting CP in early December.
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Wenger: I will manage next season, Arsenal or not
At some point, though, there's a question as to whether his future is too much of a distraction for the players.
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Should Premier League clubs rest players for FA Cup?
Who would benefit from playing the first-choice squad and who can afford to give the boys a rest?
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Mascherano: Lionel Messi is “bigger than” Barcelona
They say no player is bigger than the club, but is Mascherano right?
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Fluminense winger scores outrageous long-distance goal
Add another outstanding goal to the growing list in 2017.
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PL Fantasy: Gabbiadini on the rise
With no league matches this weekend, Fantasy Premier League goes over the top players, discuss the potential for rescheduled fixtures and talk about Manolo Gabbiadini's impact with Southampton.
Jose Mourinho says Man United played poorly vs. St. Etienne
The Manchester United boss was not happy despite the scoreline.
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Europa League: Dzeko rampant, Ajax held, Fiorentina wins
Roma striker Edin Dzeko bagged a hat-trick, while Alexander Lacazette grabbed two for Lyon.
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Zlatan hat-trick sees Man United past St. Etienne 3-0
Zlatan didn't do a ton, but his name was on the scoresheet thrice as United take the early advantage.
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Sluggish Spurs falls 1-0 in Europa League visit to Belgium
Spurs had little to offer in Belgium their attacking struggles continue.
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Agent says Mesut Ozil is an unfair scapegoat for Arsenal
Mesut Ozil's agent says his teammates let him down.
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PL News: February 16, 2017
Catch up on all the latest news from around the Premier League, including Arsene Wenger's reaction to Arsenal's embarrassing Champions League loss, Manchester United in the Europa League and Leicester City'...
Sutton United boss pokes the bear ahead of Arsenal visit
The non-league manager says Arsenal and other Premier League clubs cannot touch Bayern, Barcelona, and Real Madrid.
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Drama over: Ali Curtis, New York Red Bulls part ways
It is, however, certainly another tricky time and new era at Red Bull Arena.
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Study of footballers’ brains highlights dementia concerns
The degenerative damage potentially caused by repeated blows to the head in soccer has been highlighted by a rare study of brains of a small number of retired players who developed dementia.
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Hull City fined for post-Sanchez handball reaction
It's a relatively slight fine, which is good because the Hull reaction was entirely justified.
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LIVE – Europa League begins long, fun day; Spurs, Man Utd in action
There's a choose-your-own-adventure tripleheader of UEFA Europa League fun on tap for Thursday.
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PL Power Rankings: Man City climbs, Swans soaring
Leicester City is in the drop zone... if the Bottom Three of our Power Rankings count.
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Mark Clattenburg leaves Premier League for Saudi Arabia
The referee of the Champions League, EURO, and FA Cup Finals is off to work in the Middle East.
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Alexis Sanchez on top of player Power Rankings
Alexis Sanchez's performance against Hull City was good enough for Joe Prince-Wright to put him on top of PST's player Power Rankings.
Report: Wenger safe until (at least) season’s end
The longest-tenured manager in English football at 20-plus years, Wenger's future has been an annual discussion for several seasons.
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Evans has a dig at new Whitecaps forward Montero, MLS
Evans was not amused at his former teammate's decision to join Vancouver.
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Bundesliga club Darmstadt invites ‘fan’ Barack Obama to game (video)
Former U.S. President Barack Obama is apparently a Darmstadt fan and the struggling Bundesliga side has responded by inviting him to one of its home games.
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Lichaj hopes renewed for USMNT call-up
The Nottingham Forest fullback spoke to FourFourTwo's Paul Tenorio about his future for club and country.
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Minnesota United signs Gatt, trades for GK Shuttleworth
Minnesota United added two significant pieces to their inaugural run in Major League Soccer on Wednesday.
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New York City signs longtime Atalanta mid to DP deal
Moralez is fired up to play for Patrick Vieira, and alongside Andrea Pirlo and David Villa.
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Men In Blazers podcast: Sifting the title chasers, talking Sutton United
280-pound, 46-year-old Sutton United goalkeeper Wayne Shaw previews his side's FA Cup clash with Arsenal.
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After the Pies with Barstool Sports' Dan Katz
Dan Katz from Barstool Sports joins Rog and Davo in the Panic Room to discuss five ways to cement soccer as America's sport of the future.
UEFA Europa League preview: Mourinho eyes more hardware, Spurs to Belgium
Other highlights include Roma's trip to Villarreal and Fiorentina's to Borussia Monchengladbach.
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Napoli chairman unleashes televised rant at manager after Real loss
Sarri is in his second season guiding Napoli, where he's won more than 64 percent of his matches.
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“We collapsed” – Wenger attempts to explain Bayern beatdown
"Overall I must say they are a better team than us," Wenger said after the UEFA Champions League blowout.
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Three things from Arsenal’s incompetent loss at Bayern
Arsenal's UEFA Champions League ghosts continue to haunt Arsene Wenger and company.
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Bayern 5-1 Arsenal: 10-min meltdown dooms Gunners
Thiago Alcantara scored twice and Robert Lewandowski, Arjen Robben, and Thomas Muller also scored in the blowout.
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Real Madrid 3-1 Napoli: Champs come back to lead
Karim Benzema, Toni Kroos, and Casemiro scored to answer Lorenzo Insigne's opener at the Bernabeu.
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WATCH: Robben’s beauty, Alexis equalizer as Bayern, Arsenal level
Robben started the scoring when Arsenal allowed him to dribble toward the middle from the left.
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LIVE: UCL last 16 – Bayern Munich v Arsenal; Real Madrid v Napoli
Follow all the UCL action here as the Round of 16 first legs continue.
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Madrid police talk to Maradona after altercation at hotel
Police say they were called to investigate an altercation involving Maradona and a woman at a hotel in Madrid.
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Bob Bradley opens up: “I am an American coach”
The former Swansea boss talks about his experience as the first-ever American to coach in the PL.
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Who will finish in the top four of the Premier League?
There is one heck of a scrap going on between five powerhouses for what looks like three UCL spots.
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Jose Mourinho predicts “trouble” ahead for Man United
With the games coming thick and fast in four competitions, Mourinho is a worried man.
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Report: Diego Costa close to signing new contract at Chelsea
Brushing aside the speculation a few weeks ago, it looks like Costa could sign huge new deal with the Blues.
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Man City confirm deal for USWNT star Carli Lloyd
Lloyd will arrived in Manchester in March to play in England.
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How will Arsenal line up at Bayern Munich?
Defensive sensibility has never been one of Wenger's strengths but it makes total sense on Wednesday.
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Who will finish in top four of Premier League?
There are five powerhouse teams who are battling for a Champions League bid next season and Joe Prince-Wright is here to give his prediction for the end of the season table.
Griezmann’s move off? “Rain, bad weather” an issue
Atletico Madrid and France forward has revealed the lifestyle in England may not be for him...
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US Soccer release new jersey for USMNT, USWNT
A new jersey inspired by Valentines Day will be worn by both the men's and women's national team.
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Sounders’ Clint Dempsey feeling good again after heart issue
Dempsey says he's feeling good again and looking forward to being back with the Sounders.
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VIDEO: Sunderland takes a lap through Central Park in broad daylight
We're confident this would be a bit more difficult to achieve without interruption in Northeast England.
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UCL Wednesday preview: Arsenal to the Allianz Arena; Red-hot Napoli meets the champs
Day 2 of the Round of 16 falls on the UEFA Champions League, after PSG buried Barcelona and Benfica edged Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday.
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Report: Naming rights for White Hart Lane, Stamford Bridge in balance?
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy reportedly isn't worried about sentiment in seeking his big money deal.
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Barcelona’s Enrique, Busquets disagree on reasons for big loss
To be fair to Enrique, PSG attacked and pressed Barca right off the field.
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Wild goalkeeper error hurts Newcastle in draw (video)
Karl Darlow is having a decent season for Newcastle United, but this was not a decent play.
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PSG’s Di Maria raves after birthday beatdown of Barcelona
Quite a birthday for ADM and PSG in the UCL.
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Manchester United’s inspiring young CP-fighting GK Samuel (video)
Manchester United brings us the story of Samuel, one of the club's biggest fans and a passionate goalkeeper.
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UCL: Mitroglou (!?!) leads Benfica to edge over dominant BVB
USMNT phenom Christian Pulisic subbed into the match in the 82nd minute for BVB, picking up a yellow card.
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UCL: PSG embarrasses Barcelona 4-0 in first leg
Edinson Cavani and Angel Di Maria both celebrated birthdays in style as PSG scored one of its most memorable wins.
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PL News: February 14, 2017
In this week's edition of Premier League News, Man City's Gabriel Jesus could be out for the season, Harry Winks signs an extension with the Spurs, and Paul Clement has turned Swansea around in a major way...
WATCH: Angel Di Maria free kick gives PSG lead
Angel Di Maria's 29th birthday is going pretty well.
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LIVE: UCL Round of 16 – PSG vs. Barcelona; Benfica vs. Dortmund
Let the UCL theme music begin! Follow all the action from the Round of 16 first legs, right here.
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Fan killed in shooting outside Rio de Janeiro soccer stadium
Rio de Janeiro football club Botafogo confirmed the death of a fan who was shot outside its stadium.
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VIDEO: Top Premier League goals – Week 25
Some stunning strikes around the PL this weekend. Which is your favorite from these beauties?
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Valentines Day wishes from the Premier League
Hugs, kisses and heart-shaped hands. There's some serious love flowing from clubs around the PL.
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Premier League player Power Rankings: Top 20
Ranking the best players in the PL from Week 25.
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Premier League Matchday 26 preview
Liam, Robbie and Robbie preview Matchday 26 in the Premier League, including the relegation battle between Crystal Palace and Middlesbrough and the high profile matchup between Leicester City and Liverpool.
Man City confirm Gabriel Jesus has broken metatarsal
Brazilian teenager set to be out for the rest of the season after being injured against Bournemouth.
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Harry Winks signs new long-term deal at Tottenham
Winks will remain at his boyhood club for many years to come.
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Premier League Matchday 25: Saves of the week
Watch the best saves from an exciting Matchday 25 in the Premier League.
Premier League Matchday 25: Goals of the week
Check out the top goals of the week from Matchday 25 in the Premier League.
Guardiola on Gabriel’s injury; Arter reveals wonderful gesture
Pep is "praying" for Jesus, while he embraced Arter in a "touch of class" after City's latest win.
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MLS club to appoint first-ever “Chief Tattoo Officer”
Yep. This is perhaps the coolest job listing in MLS history.
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Sunderland using week without matches for NYC bonding trip
Threatened by relegation, Sunderland boss David Moyes is hoping to buoy spirits with a trip to the United States.
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West Ham has top two coaches charged by FA
The Irons could be down to their First Team Coach for its next Premier League match.
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It’s Pogba vs. Pogba in UEL: “I won’t knock him out but…”
Older brother Florentin Pogba is leading Saint-Etienne against little brother Paul and Manchester United.
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Copa del Rey final to be at Vicente Calderon Stadium in May
No need to get Bruce Springsteen involved this time. The Spanish football federation says the Copa del Rey final between Barcelona and Alaves will be staged at Atletico Madrid's Vicente Calderon Stadium on...
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Van Persie suspended for sliding, taunting goal celebration (video)
The Turkish rivals, formerly teammates at Arsenal, were separated after a sending-off to Ozyakup's teammate Dusko Tosic.
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The Resurrection of Anthony Martial
After Anthony Martial came alive in Man United's 2-0 win over Watford, the Men in Blazers review his spectacular performance.
UCL Tuesday preview: PSG hosts MSN, Pulisic to Portugal
The UEFA Champions League's Round of 16 takes its first steps on Tuesday in Paris and Lisbon.
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Dan Katz joins MiB to talk Swansea's success
Dan Katz of Barstool Sports joins Rog and Davo to discuss the success of Swansea City and their commanding defeat of Leicester on PL Matchday 25.
MIB: Best moments of PL Matchday 25
Rog and Davo discuss the best moments of the past weekend in the Premier League including Man United's 2-0 win over Watford.
Men in Blazers review Liverpool v. Tottenham
The Men in Blazers review the top match of the past week as Liverpool and Tottenham went head-to-head in an intense showdown on PL Matchday 25.
Men in Blazers tackle Burnley v. Chelsea
Rog and Davo take a look at the intriguing match up between Burnley and Premier League-leading Chelsea, as the Clarets and Blues played to a 1-1 draw.
Guardiola, Caballero, Sterling react to Man City going second
Pep Guardiola, Wily Caballero, and Raheem Sterling react to Manchester City going second in the Premier League table.
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Bournemouth 0-2 Man City: Sterling sends City second
Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero scored, and Wily Caballero made a pair of beautiful saves in the win.
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Swansea loses Dyer for season with Achilles injury
Dyer is 29, and returning from an achilles injury is no picnic, especially for a speed merchant.
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U.S. Soccer hires “performance director” from the Premier League
So, High Performance Director... What's that all mean?
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Watch Live: Bournemouth vs. Man City (Lineups, Stream)
Can the Cherries upset Guardiola's stars? Watch live online, right here.
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Has Gabriel Jesus surpassed Sergio Aguero?
Liam, Robbie and Robbie discuss the selection of Gabriel Jesus for his third straight start in place of Sergio Aguero and whether Aguero could end up leaving Manchester City.
Premier League Playback: Who has edge in top four race?
PST's lead writer and editor takes a look at the increasingly close race for a spot in the top four.
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PHOTO: Player celebrates goal by chugging a pint of beer
You have to see this photo to believe it. What a hero.
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Mourinho reveals reason for Shaw’s absence; Zlatan on his future
Zlatan still waiting for new deal to be confirmed, while Shaw's career continues to stall at Old Trafford.
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Burnley contain Chelsea; Swansea beat Leiecester
Burnley continued their stunning home form as they were able to split points with Chelsea at Turf Moor. In Sunday's other match, Leicester now have to be seriously concerned with their PL future after...
Dortmund agrees to keep 25,000-capacity south stand empty
Borussia Dortmund has accepted a sanction for trouble caused by some of its fans.
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Preview: Bournemouth vs. Manchester City
Everything you need to know as red-hot City head to slumping Bournemouth.
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Conte vs. Mourinho: Looking behind the banter
A managerial rivalry for the ages could be brewing between two titans.
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Guardiola admits Sergio Aguero could leave Man City
I would like him to stay but I don’t know what is going to happen," Guardiola admits.
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Panathinaikos beats Panetolikos 4-0 with late surge
Panathinaikos waited until the 67th minute for its first goal against Panetolikos before going on to win 4-0 Sunday in the Greek league.
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Ryan Hollingshead moving closer to recovery after accident
The FC Dallas was struck by a car last month and suffered three fractured cervical vertebrae.
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Wolfsburg beats Hoffenheim 2-1 to ease relegation fears
Daniel Didavi struck for Wolfsburg to come from behind and beat Hoffenheim 2-1, denying the visitors the chance to go third in the Bundesliga on Sunday.
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Report: Carli Lloyd receives offer to play for Manchester City
The USWNT midfielder would join the likes of Alex Morgan and Heather O'Reilly in completing a move to Europe.
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La Liga & Serie A: Correa rescues Sevilla late; Juventus, Roma win
A roundup of Sunday's action from around Spain and Italy's top flights...
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Video: Torres stuns Celta Vigo with overhead volley
Well that's one way to get your team back into the match...
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Ranieri turns attention to survival after latest PL defeat
The Foxes have now gone winless in their last six Premier League appearances.
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Antonio Conte brushes off Mourinho “defensive” comments
The Chelsea boss would not be drawn into a war of words with his Blues predecessor.
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Nathan Dyer’s season in jeopardy after Achillies injury
The 29-year-old has yet another serious ankle injury.
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Leicester struggles continue in loss to Swansea
Leicester City failed to score in their sixth straight Premier League match as they fell to Swansea City 2-0 on Matchday 25.
Defensive regression biggest culprit of Leicester collapse
Leicester City is staring relegation in the face, and the aging defense is the biggest reason why.
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Swansea City 2-0 Leicester City: Foxes continue plunge as Swans clear drop
Leicester City has now gone 610 minutes without scoring a Premier League goal.
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Southern African nations endorse challenger in upcoming CAF elections
Issa Hayatou, who has been in charge of CAF since 1988, has some competition for re-election.
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Watch Live: Swansea City vs. Leicester City (Lineups & Live Stream)
Claudio Ranieri starts Demarai Gray, who had a solid FA Cup match midweek.
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Burnley, Chelsea play to hard-fought draw
Chelsea went up within the first 10 minutes through a Pedro goal, but Robbie Brady's spectcular free kick equalized for Burnley as the match ended 1-1.
Burnley 1-1 Chelsea: Robbie Brady free-kick holds Blues
Chelsea increased its lead at the top of the table, but Burnley worked for a point as well.
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VIDEO: Burnley fan saves shot from hitting baby in the face
This could be the save of the season.
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Could Gareth Bale return to Real Madrid sooner than expected?
Gareth Bale was expected back in early March, but he's already returned to training.
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Robbie Brady scores off spectacular free kick
Robbie Brady strikes a curling free kick that beats the Chelsea wall and sneaks past the outstretched arm of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to equalize for Burnley in the first half.
PL Download: Tottenham debuts Feb. 26, 11:00am ET
Mark your calendars for the newest Premier League Download: Tottenham Hotspur: To Dare is to Do, debuting Sunday, February 26 at 11:00am ET on NBCSN.
Watch Live: Burnley vs. Chelsea (Lineups & Live Stream)
Chelsea can go 12 points clear at the top with yet another win.
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Antonio Conte has breathed new life into Chelsea
Rebecca, Robbie and Robbie discuss the impact manager Antonio Conte has had on Chelsea during his first season in charge.
Troubled Russian World Cup stadium opens to the public
A Russian stadium built for the 2018 World Cup and dogged by problems has opened to the public, with mixed reviews.
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Report: NYCFC set to add third DP with Argentina’s Maxi Moralez
Moralez would join David Villa and Andrea Pirlo as NYCFC's Designated Player options.
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Video: Andy Delort scores outstanding bicycle kick for Toulouse
Delort joined the French side in January from Tigres and has now scored three goals in as many matches.
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Conte has difficulty selecting lineups with Chelsea’s wealth of talent
Chelsea has lost just three times this season under Conte, after finishing the 2015/16 Premier League with 12 defeats.
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PL Sunday: Chelsea aims to extend lead; Swansea, Leicester battle
A preview of Sunday's action from around England's top flight.
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Klopp pleased by Liverpool response after recent struggles in form
The Reds now enter a loaded race for a Champions League position, joining the likes of Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City.
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La Liga & Serie A: Barca nets six, Real holds off Osasuna
A roundup of Saturday's action from around Spain and Italy's top flights...
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Sanchez scores twice as Arsenal top Hull City
Handballs were the story for both sides as Arsenal captured a 2-0 win over Hull City at the Emirates Stadium.
Middlesbrough, Everton play to entertaining draw
Middlesbrough increased their winless streak to eight while Everton increased their unbeaten streak to eight in a scoreless draw at Riverside Stadium.
Manchester United crush Watford
Manchester United's 2-0 win over Watford extended their unbeaten streak to 16 games.
Car with Luca Toni and Verona president attacked
Italy World Cup winner Luca Toni and the president of Serie B club Hellas Verona had their car attacked while traveling to a match Saturday in the southern town of Avellino.
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Bundesliga wrap: The day the title race was run
Bayern Munich won and its closest competitors lost. Is the Bundesliga title race again residing in yawn country?
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Liverpool victory creates tight race for second place
The Reds have won just one of their last six Premier League matches, but Saturday's victory was a crucial one.
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PL Saturday roundup: Mane stars; Arsenal, United win
Five teams sit within two points of one another for the second spot in England's first division.
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Sadio Mane, Liverpool beat Tottenham 2-0
Sadio Mane scored two goals early in the first half and Liverpool held Tottenham scoreless as the Reds earned a 2-0 win.
Three things we learned from Liverpool’s win vs. Tottenham
A stunning start propelled Liverpool to a massive win against their top four rivals.
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Liverpool 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur: Mane mars Spurs title hopes
Sadio Mane scored twice in three minutes as the Reds battered Spurs at Anfield on Saturday.
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WATCH: Sadio Mane with first-half Liverpool brace; Spurs reeling
Sadio Mane and Liverpool are running Tottenham Hotspur ragged at Anfield on Saturday, as the Senegalese strike force has a first half brace.
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Middlesbrough, Everton draw 0-0
Neither Middlesbrough nor Everton could find a goal on Matchday 25 as the teams played to a scoreless draw.
Allardyce: “I thought it would’ve been easier” to lead Palace players
Even when Sam Allardyce blames himself, it sure sounds like he's blaming his players.
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Sadio Mane scores two quick goals for Liverpool
Sadio Mane scores two goals in less than three minutes to put Liverpool up 2-0 against Tottenham early in the first half.
Mourinho on Man United chasing Chelsea for title
Red Devils are 16 games unbeaten and brushed Watford aside.
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Manchester United power past Watford in 2-0 win
Manchester United was too much for Watford as goals from Juan Mata and Anthony Martial helped United to a 2-0 win on Matchday 25.
Sunderland 0-4 Southampton: Italian ace Gabbiadini keeps paying dividends
Denayer then turned a goal into his own net before Long nabbed a late insurance marker to make it 4-0.
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Stoke City 1-0 Crystal Palace: Allen keeps Allardyce’s Eagles down
Stoke is ninth with 32 points, while Palace is 19th with 19 points. The Eagles are two points shy of safety.
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Middlesbrough 0-0 Everton: Stalemate on Teesside
Honors even as Boro denied by valiant Toffees defending.
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West Ham United 2-2 West Brom: Controversy reigns in London thriller
West Ham is 10th, level with ninth place Stoke on 32 points, while West Brom stays eighth in gaining point No. 37.
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Watch Live: Liverpool vs. Tottenham (Lineups, Stream)
Top four on the line, watch a massive clash at Anfield live online here.
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West Ham, West Brom play to thrilling 2-2 draw
After allowing an early goal, West Ham battled back to take a 2-1 lead into stoppage time, but Gareth McAuley's late equalizer saved a point for West Brom.
Joe Allen's goal lifts Stoke past Crystal Palace
Joe Allen scored his sixth goal of the season to give Stoke City the 1-0 edge over Crystal Palace.
Man United 2-0 Watford: Red Devils rampant
16 games unbeaten for United as they keep the pressure on the top four.
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Southampton hammer Sunderland 4-0
Southampton scored two goals in the first half and two in the second to complete a dominating victory over Sunderland.
Manuel Lanzini's strike gives West Ham a late lead
Manuel Lanzini gets on the ball and scores from outside the box to give West Ham a late lead against West Brom.
Premier League AT HALF: Controversy continues in 10 a.m. EDT kicks
Southampton and West Brom both have leads courtesy of debatable offenses while West Ham was denied an equalizer.
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Should Alexis Sanchez's first goal have counted?
Rebecca, Robbie and Robbie take a closer look at Alexis Sanchez's first goal for Arsenal when the ball hit off his hand and crossed the line.
Wenger happy with Arsenal response to two “dangerous” losses
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger didn't see Alexis Sanchez's controversial handball goal from a 2-0 win over Hull City.
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USMNT forward Boyd gets first Darmstadt goal (video)
The big American center forward made his mark against Borussia Dortmund.
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