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PL Sunday preview: Wayward Watford welcome woeful West Ham
Very little has gone right for Watford or West Ham the last month or so. A timely meeting, for both sides.
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The 2 Robbies: North London Painted Red
Is this Man City side is the best Premier League side ever? Arsenal back on track?
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La Liga: Draw in Madrid derby puts Barca 10 clear of capital rivals
Barcelona might just wrap up the La Liga title in March this season.
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Bundesliga: Bayern running away (again) after slow start
After a month of uncertainty, it's all Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.
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Chelsea cruise past West Brom for 4-0 win
Chelsea scored four goals, led by two from Eden Hazard, as they topped West Brom 4-0.
Man United dominate Newcastle in 4-1 win
Man United conceded first against Newcastle, but scored four unanswered goals to cruise to a 4-1 win.
Man City roll past Leicester for 10th straight win
Leicester City were no match for Man City as the Citizens earned a 2-0 road win.
Salah leads Liverpool to win over Southampton
Liverpool made it look easy in their 3-0 win over Southampton as Mohamed Salah notched the Reds' first two goals and Philippe Coutinho added the third.
Crystal Palace, Everton play to exciting 2-2 draw
Crystal Palace held a one-goal lead twice, but Everton battled back for a 2-2 draw.
Burnley take down Swansea in 2-0 win
Burnley improved upon its Premier League win streak, improving to three games, with a win over the struggling Swansea City.
Bournemouth throttle Huddersfield in 4-0 win
Callum Wilson's hat trick led Bournemouth to a 4-0 win over Huddersfield.
Mourinho delighted to have “engine of the team” Pogba back
The difference between Man United with, and without, Pogba is like night and day.
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Arsenal top Tottenham in North London derby
Arsenal scored two first half goals and held Tottenham scoreless to earn a 2-0 win in the North London derby.
Romelu Lukaku makes it 4-1 for Man United
Man United's Romelu Lukaku exchanges passes with Juan Mata and smashes the ball into the back of the net to make it 4-1 against Newcastle.
Pogba adds to Man United's lead over Newcastle
Man United's Romelu Lukaku crosses the ball into Marcus Rashford who heads the ball down to Paul Pogba for an easy tap-in to make it 3-1 against Newcastle.
Mourinho doesn't like to talk about injuries...
Man United manager Jose Mourinho says he doesn't like to talk about injuries, but is that really the case?
Chris Smalling's header gives Man United the lead
Man United's Ashley Young sends a cross into the box and finds Chris Smalling to give his side 2-1 lead over Newcastle.
Anthony Martial equalizes for Man United
Man United's Paul Pogba chips a cross to the far post and Anthony Martial scores with a header to bring his side level against Newcastle.
Dwight Gayle gives Newcastle a 1-0 lead
Newcastle's DeAndre Yedlin crosses the ball into Dwight Gayle who scores to give his side a 1-0 lead over Man United.
Jurgen Klopp hails “perfect day” for Liverpool
Reds boss a happy man ahead of key clash with Chelsea.
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Burnley’s Barnes: “Can we finish the season now?”
Turf Moor is dream land right now, and Ashley Barnes is loving every minute.
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Crystal Palace 2-2 Everton: Toffees battle back for point
Eagles and Toffees share the spoils in rambunctious encounter at Selhurst.
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WATCH LIVE: Manchester United vs. Newcastle United
Zlatan Ibrahimovic makes the bench for Manchester United.
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Burnley 2-0 Swansea City: Clarets stay hot
With 22 points, Burnley is a point back of fourth and seven clear of eighth.
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Bournemouth 4-0 Huddersfield: Wilson the hat trick hero
Wilson the hero as 10-man Cherries hammer Terriers.
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West Brom 0-4 Chelsea: Clinical Blues punish Pulis
Hazard added a second, and Marcos Alonso also scored as Chelsea moved second on 25 points.
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Leicester 0-2 Man City: Cruise control
The Premier League leaders have 34 points through 12 matches.
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Callum Wilson earns hat trick with third goal
Bournemouth's Josh King lays the ball off for Callum Wilson who scores with a first-time shot for his third goal of the match against Huddersfield.
Arter causes turnover, scores for Bournemouth
Bournemouth's Harry Arter steals the ball from Huddersfield's Scott Malone and scores to make it 3-0.
Philippe Coutinho extends Liverpool's lead to 3-0
Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho follows up a saved shot from teammate Roberto Firmino and scores to give his side a 3-0 lead over Southampton.
Mohamed Salah's curler makes it 1-0 for Liverpool
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah gets on the ball outside the box and curls a shot into the side netting to make it 1-0 against Southampton.
Hazard scores second goal, makes it 4-0
Eden Hazard gets on the ball in the box and scores to give Chelsea a 4-0 lead over West Brom.
De Bruyne smashes a shot into the top corner
Man City's Kevin De Bruyne scores off a powerful long range shot to give his side a 2-0 lead over Leicester City.
VIDEO: Merciless KDB strike puts Man City up two
Kevin De Bruyne fired a Belgian bullet into the Leicester City goal.
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Wilson scores his second goal for Bournemouth
Bournemouth's Andrew Surman sends a free kick into the box and Callum Wilson scores with a half volley to make it 2-0 against Huddersfield.
VIDEO: Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah scores a majestic strike
Egyptian winger continues his incredible start to life at Liverpool with another superb strike.
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Callum Wilson scores header for Bournemouth
Bournemouth's Callum Wilson wins a header off a corner kick and scores to give his side a 1-0 lead over Huddersfield.
Gabriel Jesus puts City ahead against Leicester
After a sequence of passing into the box, Man City's David Silva slots the ball to Gabriel Jesus who scores on the opening goal to make it 1-0 against Leicester City.
Oumar Niasse scores equalizer for Everton
After a Crystal Palace turnover, Everton's Oumar Niasse scores to bring his side level late in the first half.
PL AT HALF: Chelsea battering West Brom; Liverpool, Man City up
Goals? Where we're going there are loads of goals.
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Barnes' powerful strike makes it 2-0 for Burnley
Burnley's Ashley Barnes smashes a shot past Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski to make it 2-0.
Wenger believes Ozil, Sanchez will stay at Arsenal
Contract rebels "love the club and want to stay" at Arsenal.
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Marcos Alonso scores Chelsea's third goal
Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas finds Marcos Alonso at the far post who scores with a volley to make it 3-0 against West Brom.
Jack Cork opens the scoring for Burnley
Burnley's Jack Cork gets on the end of a Robbie Brady cross and scores to make it 1-0 against Swansea City.
Palace regain the lead through Wilfried Zaha
Crystal Palace's Joel Ward whips a low cross into the box and Wilfried Zaha scores to make it 2-1 against Everton.
Mohamed Salah scores his second goal for Liverpool
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah gets on the end of a Philippe Coutinho through ball and scores to make it 2-0 against Southampton.
Man City: John Stones limps off with leg injury
Man City will hope Stones' absence isn't as long as some hamstring ailments.
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Eden Hazard extends Chelsea's lead over West Brom
Chelsea's Eden Hazard gets behind the West Brom defense, goes around goalkeeper Ben Foster and scores to give his side a 2-0 lead.
Alvaro Morata makes it 1-0 for Chelsea
Chelsea's Alvaro Morata follows up on the rebound of a saved shot from teammate Eden Hazard and scores to give his side a 1-0 lead over West Brom.
James McArthur puts Crystal Palace in front
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford saves a shot from Ruben Loftus-Cheek, but James McArthur pounces on the rebound and scores to give Crystal Palace a 1-0 lead.
Leighton Baines equalizes for Everton with PK
Everton's Leighton Baines scores from the penalty spot to make it 1-1 against Crystal Palace.
Defiant Pochettino: “Football was fantastic” in loss
Back to work for Spurs with a visit to Dortmund before West Brom visits next weekend.
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Tactics Session: Five-step plan to beat Man City
In the Land Rover Tactics Session, Robbie Earle breaks down the five-step plan needed to beat Man City as shown by Leicester City last season.
Watch Live: Six Premier League games at 10am ET
Six Premier League games are live at 10 a.m. ET. Watch them all live online, here.
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Three things we learned from Arsenal v. Tottenham
Joe Prince-Wright reports from the Emirates as the Gunners grabbed a huge victory in the North London derby.
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Arsenal 2-0 Spurs: Classic Gunners
Arsene Wenger drew it up well, and Arsenal is within a point of their North London Derby rivals.
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PST Survey results: Who’s the 2nd best American player?
We gave six options to go with a write-in box. Ten percent of you chose a write-in, with Bobby Wood leading the way.
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VIDEO: Pair of Arsenal goals have it 2-0 at half
Mustafi and Sanchez at the Emirates Stadium have given Arsenal a 2-0 halftime lead in the North London Derby.
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Alexis Sanchez doubles Arsenal's lead over Spurs
Alexis Sanchez gets on the end of a cross from Alexandre Lacazette and smashes a close range shot to double Arsenal's lead over Tottenham.
Shkodran Mustafi opens the scoring for Arsenal
Off an Arsenal free kick, Shkodran Mustafi rises above the Tottenham defense and heads the ball into the top corner to give his side a 1-0 lead.
2 Robbies analyze famous North London derby goals
The 2 Robbies break down two famous North London derby goals, one from Arsenal legend Thierry Henry and the other from current Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Watch Live: Arsenal v. Tottenham in North London derby
The Premier League returns with a massive clash between bitter rivals. Watch live online, here.
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MLS attendance up, TV ratings lag as US mulls future
Major League Soccer's attendance is up and fan interest is booming, even if television broadcasts are far less popular and some young Americans would rather play in Europe.
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Bartra error emphasizes Dortmund’s latest Bundesliga woes
BVB currently sits six points behind Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich after Friday's loss.
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Moyes: Chicharito could miss two weeks with hamstring strain
The Hammers boss has indicated that Hernandez will have a chance to fight for a starting role when he returns from his latest setback.
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Alessandro Nesta steps down with NASL side Miami FC
The former Serie A defender helped guide Miami to the NASL Spring and Fall Championships in 2017, before falling to the New York Cosmos in the Soccer Bowl semifinals on penalty kicks.
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Orlando City raised over $300,000 in friendly for Puerto Rico hurricane relief
Classy move by the Lions as they raised a lot of money for those affected by the devastation in Puerto Rico.
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Whitecaps announce USL affiliation with expansion side Fresno FC
With the arrival of Fresno FC in 2018, Vancouver Whitecaps II will not return to USL next year.
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Reports: Chris Coleman steps down with Wales to accept Sunderland job
Coleman helped guide Wales to the 2016 EURO semifinals, before the side was eliminated by Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal.
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Premier League preview: Man United vs. Newcastle United
The Red Devils look to keep pace with the Premier League's top sides, while Newcastle enters the weekend seeking consistency from its young squad.
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It's North London derby time in the Premier League
Arsenal and Tottenham's clash in the North London derby headlines an exciting weekend in the Premier League.
Top five goals: Man United v. Newcastle
Watch the top five goals in the history of Man United v. Newcastle. These two clubs meet again on Saturday at 12:30pm ET on NBC.
Power is shifting between Arsenal and Tottenham
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright looks ahead to the North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham and discusses the rise of Spurs over their rivals.
Top five North London derby goals
Check out the top five goals in the history of the North London derby. This rivalry resumes on Saturday as Arsenal faces Tottenham at 7:30am ET on NBCSN.
Luiz back in Chelsea squad after being dropped by Conte
David Luiz came back to Chelsea, was dropped for a massive game, but now he's back.
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Pogba, Zlatan, Rojo return from injuries for Man Utd-Newcastle
Everyone's back fit for Man United, but can they overcome an eight-point gap?
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North London derby roundtable
Heading into the North London derby, Gabby Logan leads a discussion on the current state of Arsenal and Tottenham.
2018 World Cup Power Rankings — 7 months B.W.C.
Germany, Spain, France and Brazil are the clear-cut favorites, but in what order?
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Zidane anxiously awaiting goals from Ronaldo
Ronaldo has scored just one goal in the league this season. His manager is getting antsy.
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Why Caleb Porter isn’t the man for the USMNT
This isn't to say the 42-year-old Porter is not a good coach. But now's not the time for a risk.
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PL preview: Arsenal vs. Tottenham Hotspur
After decades of dominance, the NLD is now a can't-lose game for Arsenal.
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Report: Caleb Porter out as Timbers head coach
After five seasons and an MLS Cup, Caleb Porter is out in the Rose City.
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PL preview: Leicester City vs. Man City
Leicester's revival tour runs into the most formidable of foes this weekend.
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Report: Man United confident Mourinho will stay
Jose Mourinho has flirted with departing Manchester United after just two years, but the club don't seem too worried that he could be out the door soon. 
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Report: Burzaco paid Messi, other Argentines $200,000 to play in friendlies
Testimony continued in the FIFAGate trials in Brooklyn Thursday, and cooperating witness Alejandro Burzaco dropped another bombshell in court.
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Chapecoense survives relegation one year on from tragedy
Chapecoense have accomplished one of the most improbable feats in soccer history.
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CONCACAF announces League of Nations, replacing friendlies
We may be seeing a lot more of the U.S. Men's National Team vs. Mexico and less of the USMNT vs. Portugal in the coming years.
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Leicester City’s Silva still stuck in limbo after CAS decision
Adrien Silva received some bad news from CAS on Thursday afternoon. 
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Paraguay judge approves extradition of soccer official Leoz
A judge in Paraguay approved the extradition of Nicolas Leoz, the former president of South America's soccer confederation, on Thursday. The 89-year-old Leoz is charged in a corruption scandal being...
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Tim Melia wins MLS Goalkeeper of the Year in a landslide
Tim Melia set a career high in wins, shutouts, saves, minutes and games started on his way to winning MLS Goalkeeper of the Year.
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Boosted by stadium blessing, Atletico takes on Real Madrid
Atletico Madrid's president and club officials looked on as its new Wanda Metropolitano Stadium was blessed in a pitch-side ceremony.
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How will Arsenal, Tottenham lineup?
How will Wenger and Pochettino line up their teams for the North London derby this weekend?
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Prince-Wright’s Premier League picks, video previews
PST's lead writer and editor makes his score selections for Week 12 in the Premier League.
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PST survey: Who’s to blame for USMNT’s World Cup failure?
Coaches? Gulati? A lack of youth development?
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Premier League TV, streaming schedule: Week 12
Here is your full schedule for Week 12 of the Premier League season.
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CAS rules FIFA wrong to fine Mexico for fans’ gay slur chant
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled that FIFA was wrong to fine Mexico's soccer federation for fans chanting gay slurs.
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How will the 2018 World Cup draw work?
Everything you need to know ahead of the 2018 World Cup draw in Moscow on Dec. 1.
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Jose Mourinho: England can win the World Cup
Manchester United's boss believes the Three Lions have a serious chance of winning it all in Russia next summer.
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Javier Hernandez denies West Ham transfer request talk
Mexico's all-time leading goalscorer has moved to deny speculation after David Moyes arrived as West Ham's new boss.
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2010: Spurs come back from 2-0 down v. Arsenal
Arsenal jumped out to a two-goal lead over Tottenham, but Spurs staged an epic comeback to top their rivals 3-2 in 2010. The two sides meet again this Saturday at 7:30am ET on NBCSN.
Spurs injury update on key players ahead of Arsenal clash
Spurs boss reveals update on plenty of injuries to key players with Harry Kane's status still unknown.
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Wenger on Arsenal v Tottenham: We are not the underdogs
Gunners boss denies talk of a power shift in north London ahead of derby day.
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VIDEO: Peru celebrates reaching World Cup
An earthquake alert and a national holiday are all part of Peru's celebrations as they reached the 2018 World Cup.
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PST Survey results: Who should be the next USMNT coach?
David Wagner earned the most write-ins, but the variety of names mentioned was varied and wild.
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World Cup field, pots set for Russia
The World Cup field is set with the completion of a pair of Wednesday interconfederation playoff second legs.
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Peru tops New Zealand, lands final World Cup berth
Jefferson Farfan and Christian Ramos scored to give CONMEBOL a fifth team in Russia.
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Report: Cal United FC to tab Preki as first coach
Preki has coached Toronto FC, Sacramento Republic, Chivas USA, and Saint Louis FC.
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WATCH LIVE: Peru vs. New Zealand
The final spot in the 2018 World Cup will go the team to emerge from Wednesday’s second leg between New Zealand and Peru in Lima. WATCH LIVE ON NBC UNIVERSO The Peruvian hosts finished fifth in...
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Altidore red card appeal rejected by MLS DisCo
"There were still some gaps in the video," said Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney.
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Orlando Homegrown keeper battling bone cancer
All our best to Stajduhar, Orlando, and his family.
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Columbus officials release statement after MLS, Precourt meeting
Imagine a United States without the home of Dos a Cero boasting a top tier side.
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Survey Results: Career ceiling for Pulisic
Out of thousands of voters, 54 percent see it one way, and less than 10 percent think he's reached his peak.
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Watford reportedly shoots down second Silva shout from Everton
Looks like David Unsworth will have more time to make his case to Bill Kenwright, Farhad Moshiri, and Co.
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Dempsey wins Comeback award; Set for Seattle stay
The voting was surprisingly close considering Dempsey's status as an American soccer icon returning from a scary heart problem.
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Leicester City look to slow down Man City
Man City are off to the best start in PL history and the league leaders face a tough test this weekend as they take on a Leicester side playing well since the arrival of new manager Claude Puel.
Barcelona: Mascherano out for a month with hamstring injury
The Catalan club leads La Liga with 31 points from 11 matches, four points more than second-place Valencia.
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Rochester Rhinos announce need for $1.3 million by end of month
This comes on the heels of more significant growth for USL, which announced a Memphis and Atlanta this week.
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Witness says official was bribed for World Cup vote
A powerful soccer official from Argentina demanded bribes to vote for Qatar to host the World Cup in 2022.
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Pots for 2018 World Cup draw almost complete
Who can play who in the eight groups for the World Cup? Everything explained, here.
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Italy sack Ventura after World Cup failure
Veteran coach shown the door after Italy failed to qualify for World Cup for first time in 60 years.
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Why 'soccer NIT' would be bad idea
Italy, Chile, Ghana and USA among countries to be lined up for Stateside tournament for teams who didn't make 2018 World Cup.
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What now for USMNT? A look at the road ahead
Beleaguered U.S. national team program faces so many questions in the months and years ahead.
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Soccer NIT won't appeal to all invited teams
U.S. soccer's rumored soccer NIT tournament likely wouldn't appeal to a soccer powerhouse like Italy.
Arsenal, Tottenham clash in North London derby
Arsenal have not won any of their last six Premier League matches against Tottenham and face off against their bitter North London rivals who are looking to mount a title challenge this season.
Liverpool try to end struggles against Southampton
Liverpool face off against Southampton as they look to beat the Saints after failing to do so in four matchups last season.
Struggling West Brom host Chelsea
Chelsea look to build off big win over Man United as they go on the road to face West Brom, which has only won two of its last 20 PL matches.
Man United look to find form against Newcastle
After a strong start to the season, Man United have just one win in their last four Premier League matches and look to get back on track against Newcastle.
Klopp (illness) misses training, visits hospital
Liverpool's manager visited the hospital after feeling unwell.
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Bournemouth, Huddersfield look to build off wins
Joe Prince-Wright previews Bournemouth v. Huddersfield as both sides are coming off wins prior to the international break.
West Ham face Watford in David Moyes’ first game
New West Ham manager David Moyes leads the Hammers against Watford in his first game in charge.
Brighton and Stoke City meet in Round 12
Joe Prince-Wright previews the upcoming match between Brighton and Stoke City as the two clubs meet for the first time ever in the Premier League.
Burnley, Swansea City face off at Turf Moor
Burnley look to continue their best top flight start in history as they clash with a struggling Swansea City side that look to be in for a relegation battle this season.
Palace, Everton try to get out of relegation zone
Everton look for consecutive Premier League wins for the first time this season as they take on Crystal Palace.
USL announce deal for expansion franchise in Memphis
The second-tier of North American soccer continues its rapid growth.
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Marouane Fellaini’s future at Man United in serious doubt
Contract situation of Belgian midfielder is causing a problem for Jose Mourinho.
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Australia beat Honduras, qualify for 2018 World Cup
Socceroos make fourth-straight World Cup as captain Jedinak bags a hat trick in Sydney.
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What now? Everton’s Davies cheers on American juco
The Premier League youngster has a connection with NJCAA tournament team Indian Hills Community College.
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Wild! Coach loses USL job to D-2 requirements
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds hired a great coach on Tuesday. They were also forced to fire a pretty good one.
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Ranking the worst failures in World Cup qualifying
Who's failure was most heinous? Let us count the ways, er, teams.
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Moving forward: The USMNT takes the pitch again
Few United States men's national team matches are as weird as Tuesday's 1-1 draw in Portugal.
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Germany, France even in 2-2 draw; Spain, Russia’s 6-goal thriller
Meanwhile, other nations are fine-tuning for the World Cup.
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US Soccer looking into tourney for non-World Cup teams
It is not clear whether FIFA would allow exhibition games during the World Cup, which runs from June 14 to July 15.
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3 things from the USMNT draw in Portugal
Looking forward, second guessing, and what's next between the sticks?
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USMNT player ratings: Youth drives the bus
The long road to Qatar has officially begun for the USMNT's next generation.
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Portugal 1-1 USMNT: New era begins
The match was the United States' first since its historic loss in Trinidad and Tobago last month.
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Eriksen hat trick puts Denmark in World Cup (video)
The Tottenham star spread his hat trick over halftime as the Danes won 5-1 in Dublin.
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Aguero faints, leaves Argentina-Nigeria friendly
Don't fear too much, Man City fans, your hero is already back at the team hotel.
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VIDEO: McKennie’s USMNT debut goal… and a Horvath howler
Some good, some bad in the first half of post-World Cup qualification failure.
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Arena: Miazga-Brooks could’ve been World Cup CBs
Former USMNT coach Bruce Arena is part of the broadcast team for Tuesday's national team match in Portugal.
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FOLLOW LIVE: Portugal vs. USMNT
The Yanks get off the mat, handing caps to two teens in Portugal.
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Lazio summoned to hearing over Anne Frank stickers
The Italian football federation has ordered Lazio to attend a disciplinary hearing after shocking displays of anti-Semitism.
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Arsenal’s Petr Cech: Time for Tottenham to win trophies
Ahead of the North London derby, Cech says Arsenal "are not competing against Tottenham" for the Premier League title.
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Report: Three cities finalists for two MLS expansion franchises
Finalists for MLS expansion cities selected? At this point, it seems like three cities should be awarded franchises in December.
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NYCFC’s Jack Harrison heading to the Premier League?
Trio of clubs said to be interested in New York City FC's star youngster.
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World Cup spy: Honduras accuses Aussies of clumsy espionage
Jorge Luis Pinto has accused Australia of espionage attempt after a drone hovered over his Honduras squad's practice session.
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Arsenal’s iconic striker Thierry Henry
Arsenal striker Thierry Henry scored 175 goals during his time with the Gunners and is one of the true legends in the club’s history.
2016: Jamie Vardy leads Leicester past Man City
Amid season-long struggles last year, Leicester City topped Man City 4-2 in impressive fashion, including a hat-trick from Jamie Vardy.
2002: Thierry Henry scores solo goal against Spurs
Back in 2002, Arsenal legend Thierry Henry scored an unbelievable solo goal against bitter rivals Tottenham in a 3-0 win. The next chapter of the North London derby will be written this Saturday at 7:30am...
Report: Real Madrid decide to sell Bale
Welsh wizard reportedly free to leave Real next summer as United line up big-money move.
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Italy reacts to World Cup failure
The Italian media did not hold back after the Azzurri failed to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1958.
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Didier Drogba announces plan to retire
Legendary striker announces his plans to hang up his boots after a glittering career.
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British chemical firm to buy Swiss soccer club Lausanne
British-owned multinational chemical firm INEOS has agreed to buy Swiss soccer club Lausanne-Sport.
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Pro Soccer Talk’s second-chance World Cup tournament
We understand your heart is probably broken if you're an Italy, USA or Chile supporter, so this mock tournament is for you.
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Arsenal-Tottenham battle in North London derby
Arsenal and Tottenham continue the historic North London derby as the two square off Saturday at 7:30 A.M. EST on NBCSN.
Is a Premier League return in the works for Fernando Torres?
The former Chelsea and Liverpool striker could be making his way back into the Premier League for the second half of the season.
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Buffon announces Azzurri retirement, Ventura steps down as Italy coach
A legend looks like he is stepping away from international football, while Italy's manager also stepped down following the Azzurri's massive defeat on Monday.
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Italy misses World Cup for first time in 60 years as Sweden advances
It's all over! The Azzurri will miss out on the World Cup for the first time since 1958.
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Report: Liverpool’s Clyne faces three more months out after back surgery
The 26-year-old defender hasn't featured this season for the Reds, after suffering a preseason injury.
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USMNT to face Bosnia in first friendly of 2018
U.S. Soccer has revealed that the MNT's first match of 2018 will be played at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.
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Report: NYCFC seeking Yaya Toure move ahead of 2018 season
The Eastern Conference side appears to be back in the market for a big name after Andrea Pirlo's departure in 2017.
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Swansea promotes captain to player-assistant role
Swansea City is replacing Claude Makelele by promoting from within its ranks.
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NCAA D-1 Tournament bracket revealed
The top seed on the road to the College Cup is Philadelphia is Wake Forest.
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Portugal-USMNT preview: Turning the page
Good news: John Brooks is back. Bad news: There is still no World Cup for the Yanks this summer.
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Newcastle earn first Old Trafford win in 41 years
During the 2013-14 season, Newcastle beat Man United 1-0 for their first win at Old Trafford since 1972. The two sides meet again this Saturday at 12:30pm ET on NBC.
1999: Cole's four goals lead United past Newcastle
Former Newcastle striker Andy Cole faced off against his old club in 1999 and scored four goals as Man United topped Newcastle 5-1. The two clubs meet again this Saturday at 12:30pm ET on NBC.
No timeline, but Fire “optimistic” Schweinsteiger will return
The longtime Bayern Munich star, 33, scored three times and added two assists in 24 MLS matches this season.
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Report: USMNT interested in Northern Ireland manager
O'Neill might be a good choice, given his experience in rallying an underdog on the world stage.
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Jamaal Lascelles on being youngest captain in PL
Newcastle legend Alan Shearer is joined by current Newcastle defender Jamaal Lascelles to discuss being named the club's captain, his role in the team, playing under manager Rafa Benitez and more.
Brewery has interest in buying Crew, unveils #SaveTheCrew beer
We walk in lockstep with the goal of keeping the Crew in Columbus.
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North London derby dates back over 100 years
Joe Prince-Wright talks about the history of the North London derby, including how Arsenal and Tottenham came to be rivals and the significance of St. Totteringam’s Day.
Pulisic: “And I won’t lie — I’ve been feeling pretty depressed”
The USMNT phenom bears the least responsibility for his team's failure, but that doesn't make it sting less.
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U.S. players with most to gain in Portugal
The USMNT's Tuesday friendly in Portugal is an opportunity to bring some light to a dour fan base.
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Report: Arsenal set to spend $78m on Lacazette’s old pal
The 24-year-old playmaker has 11 goals and three assists in 11 Ligue 1 matches this season.
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Wondolowski to donate 1 percent, joins Common Goal fraternity
“I want to look back on my career and be able to say I had an impact both on and off the pitch,” Wondolowski said.
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USWNT beats Canada 3-1 in final match of the year
The two games were the last for the United States this year.
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Suspect in Dortmund bus bombing to go on trial next month
A man charged in the bombing of Dortmund's bus will go on trial on Dec. 21.
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Frustrated by Martinez’s tactics, De Bruyne calls out Belgium boss
De Bruyne isn't enjoying playing for Martinez the same as Guardiola.
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Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates birth of baby girl
Ronaldo's fourth child entered the world this weekend.
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England’s Southgate planning penalty shootout pre-World Cup
Given England's history of penalty shootouts, Southgate is already thinking ahead.
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Ventura calls on Italy to combat Sweden’s physicality with talent
Ventura hopes his players can combat Sweden's physicality with their footballing talent.
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Croatia finish off Greece to qualify for 2018 World Cup
Perennial "dark horse" candidates, Croatia are headed to Russia.
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Moyes promises Chicharito he’ll play him this time around
There won't be a repeat of what happened at Man United, mostly because Moyes has no other options.
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Former South American soccer officials face US bribery trial
U.S. prosecutors say Brazilian businessman Jose Maria Marin was a soccer official on the take - and wasn't always discreet about it.
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Switzerland clinches World Cup berth
Switzerland became the 27th team to qualify for the World Cup on Sunday, after the Euro nation's 0-0 draw against Northern Ireland.
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Serie B coach delivers epic rant with Italy on verge of missing World Cup
Understandably the Italian soccer world is far from happy right now.
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FC Dallas owner: Pay-to-play not an issue within U.S. Soccer
Pay-to-play has become a big issue within the American soccer landscape, but one MLS owner doesn't see it as a problem that needs addressing.
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Spain midfielder Isco could miss Madrid Derby
Real Madrid could be without another key attacking figure when facing city rival Atleti next weekend, as the injuries are piling up for Zinedine Zidane's side.
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Kasper Schmeichel calls Denmark pitch “horrendous” after Ireland draw
The Leicester City goalkeeper wasn't very happy with Saturday's pitch in Denmark, calling it "horrendous" and
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Olivier Giroud returns to Arsenal after picking up injury with France
The Arsenal striker scored France's second goal on Friday in the nation's 2-0 win over Wales.
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Report: Man United likely to sell Fellaini to Besiktas in January
The Belgium international has scored three goals in seven Premier League matches this season for the Red Devils.
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