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Man City CEO Soriano speaks out against FFP charges
The Man City CEO called the Financial Fair Play charges "simply not true" and assured fans this is "just another challenge" the club faces.
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Report: Atletico players angered by Klopp accusations
Jurgen Klopp did not take kindly to some of Atletico Madrid's tactics. The hosts did not take kindly to Klopp's accusation.
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Barcelona ends contract with company accused of fake posts
Barcelona found out that one of its service providers used an account to make "inadequate" comments about people in the club.
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Premier League Preview: Man City v. West Ham
Manchester City takes the pitch for the first time since UEFA hammered it with a two-year Champions League ban when it hosts West Ham United on Wednesday
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Champions League preview: Spurs host Leipzig, Valencia visits Atalanta
"Tomorrow it is Leipzig against Tottenham, not Mourinho v. Baby Mourinho," said Nagelsmann ahead of Wednesday's meeting in North London.
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Liverpool’s Robertson not a fan of Atletico Madrid theatrics
Liverpool fullback Andy Robertson was not impressed with Atletico Madrid’s display as his side fell 1-0 in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League’s Round of 16 tie on Tuesday. The Reds fell...
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Liverpool’s Klopp: ‘Our people will be ready’ for second leg at Anfield
Klopp implied that Polish ref Szymon Marciniak was overwhelmed by the occasion in Liverpool's 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League first leg.
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Haaland wins first leg after Borussia Dortmund-PSG comes to life late
Erling Haaland now has 39 goals in 29 appearances between Red Bull Salzburg and BVB, 11 of those for his new German employer.
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WATCH: U.S. teen Reyna sets up Haaland rocket goal to put BVB in front
Stop us if you've heard this one before: An American teenager is doing the business for Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League.
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Jose Mourinho’s got a story to tell after Son joins Kane on shelf
"Now we are with our arms on the balcony on the fourth floor and we have two options: to give up and fall and normally die. Another way is to fight."
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Every Nicolas Pepe touch for Arsenal v. Newcastle
Watch every time Nicolas Pepe touched the ball as he scored a goal and notched two assists in Arsenal's 4-0 win over Newcastle.
LIVE, UCL last 16: Atletico v. Liverpool; Dortmund v. PSG
Liverpool head to Atletico Madrid, while Borussia Dortmund host PSG to kick off the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. Follow all the action live, here.
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Lampard issues Chelsea injury update; Pulisic remains out
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has issued an injury update on Pulisic, Abraham, Kante, Hudson-Odoi and others ahead of a pivotal spell for the Blues.
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FC Cincinnati coach Jans resigns amid investigation over remarks
FC Cincinnati coach Ron Jans resigned amid an investigation by Major League Soccer of his use of a racial slur in the locker room.
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German fans turn on fellow supporter for racist abuse
The fans of Munster showed how racist abuse can be handled after one of their own fans targeted a visiting player with monkey chants.
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Report: Braithwaite to Barcelona
Martin Braithwaite to Barcelona could actually happen as the Catalan giants close in on their 'emergency signing' sanctioned by La Liga.
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Red-hot Rebić scores again as AC Milan tops Torino
Rebić has six goals in eight matches since he earned his starting spot, a move that coincided with Zlatan Ibrahimović’s return to the Rossoneri.
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Simeone: Liverpool intensity ‘makes me admire it as a rival’
Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp will go head-to-head with Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone in Spain, and the German thinks it will be "absolutely interesting."
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CONCACAF Champions League preview: Five MLS sides eye history
The top half of the bracket sees three Major League Soccer teams -- Montreal, Seattle, and NYCFC -- and just one Liga MX side.
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The Men in Blazers take Manchester
Rog and Davo explore Manchester, dining with Juan Mata, meeting 98-year-old City fan Olga Hanlon and visiting the legendary Salford Lads Club.
The 2 Robbies podcast: VAR carnage at Stamford Bridge
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle dissect a crazy game at Stamford Bridge that saw Chelsea on the wrong side of several VAR decisions
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Rog, Mr. Bennett on what it means to be a Scouser
Rog and his father go through Merseyside and get to the root of what it means to be a Liverpudlian.
Rog, Davo watch Liverpool v. Man City at Anfield
The Men in Blazers go to Liverpool to watch the Reds' clash with Man City before visiting Rog's Everton roots and a classic kit empire in Manchester.
Arriola confirms ACL injury in blow to USMNT, DC United
DC United playmaker Arriola has appeared in 16 of the 19 matches helmed by USMNT boss Gregg Berhalter and has 33 caps overall.
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Postgame reactions to Man United's win v. Chelsea
Hear postgame interviews and the Goal Zone crew's breakdown of a controversy-filled match between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea’s Lampard: VAR didn’t do its job
Lampard acknowledged that Olivier Giroud was just offside on his goal, but that's about all the manager was willing to give the officials on the day.
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Player ratings from Chelsea 0-2 Manchester United
Who were the stars and the duds of Monday's Premier League meeting between Manchester United and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge?
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Maguire on Batshuayi incident: ‘No intent to hurt him or kick him’
The Red Devils' back admitted he thought he might be sent off because it looked bad, but he was just trying to keep ol' Michy upright.
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Extended highlights: Chelsea 0, Man United 2
A pair of headers from Anthony Martial and Harry Maguire lifted Manchester United to a controversial win over Chelsea, who had two goals ruled out after VAR review.
Three things learned: Chelsea v. Man United
What did we learn from a wild game at Stamford Bridge? Joe Prince-Wright breaks down a huge win for Man United at Chelsea.
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Manchester United blanks Chelsea in VAR-heavy affair
Manchester United moves into the Premier League's seventh place with 38 points, three behind their fourth-place hosts Chelsea.
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Maguire heads Man United into 2-0 lead
Harry Maguire powers Bruno Fernandes' corner delivery past a sprawling Willy Caballero to double Manchester United's lead against Chelsea.
Was VAR wrong in not sending off Maguire for Batshuayi foul?
Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher felt Harry Maguire should be counting his blessings, and said so via our partners Sky Sports.
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Martial heads Man United in front of Chelsea
Anthony Martial glances Aaron Wan-Bissaka's cross into the far corner to give Manchester United a 1-0 against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Barcelona denies using fake social media accounts to bash club legends
The PR firm has also denied the allegations in those reports, and the club is threatening legal action against those making the reports.
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Raiola slams Solskjaer in bizarre Pogba rant
Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has started a war of words with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over the future of the France superstar.
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Watch Live: Chelsea v. Man United
Chelsea host Man United in a massive battle between Premier League giants battling for a top four finish. Watch live online, here.
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Juventus midfielder Pjanic avoids serious injury
The 29-year-old midfield workhorse is expected to return soon despite limping off this weekend.
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USMNT injuries are piling up at a bad time
The laundry list of injuries to key young players or fringe guys in good club form is alarming.
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Report: Pep Guardiola affirms commitment to Man City
Pep reportedly met with the players to state his commitment "even if they put us in League Two."
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UCL Tuesday preview: Liverpool visits Atletico, Dortmund hosts PSG
Two teams prioritizing the competition plus two teams with attacking firepower means a pair of possible classics to open the knockout stage.
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Report: Joao Felix unavailable against Liverpool
The 20-year-old attacker is ill, keeping him from recovering fully from his muscle injury.
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Lacazette thanks Arteta, Arsenal teammates for support
The 28-year-old called the eight-week goalless stretch "hard and complicated" but was thankful his teammates never wavered in their support.
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Sadio Mane is Liverpool's game-winning weapon
Kyle Martino and Robbie Mustoe roll the tape to outline Sadio Mane's deadly -- and timely -- presence in front of goal for Liverpool this season.
Timothy Weah re-injured on return to field
The 19-year-old announced that he has suffered a new injury only minutes after returning to the field.
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Report: Barcelona given permission to sign emergency striker
With Ousmane Dembele out long-term and the club down to three forwards, the Spanish top flight has rubber stamped a potential new signing.
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Americans Abroad: Gall scores; Weah returns from injury
Romain Gall scored in Malmo's lopsided win, while Timothy Weah returned to action after a six-month long injury.
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Premier League Preview: Chelsea vs. Manchester United
"As a striker you get thrown on out there and it might be he'll have to come off the bench, give us a goal and he does whatever he does," Solskjaer said.
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Mexicans Abroad: Rodolfo Pizarro’s goalscoring start headlines handful of debuts
A handful of Mexicans debuted abroad over the weekend, but none had the same level of impact on the field like Pizarro.
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La Liga roundup: Celta spoil Hazard’s return in Real Madrid draw
Eden Hazard shined in his first appearance in three months, but relegation-battling Celta Vigo spoiled it all with a 85th minute leveler.
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