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Report: Newcastle’s Clark knocked out on Spanish dance floor
According to the BBC, Clark was left unconscious and taken to hospital.
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WATCH: World Cup, Day 9 — Iceland’s next step, Brazilian bounce back?
Brazil is one of the favorites of the 2018 World Cup, while Iceland is the smallest nation to qualify for the world's biggest tournament.
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Modric urges humility after big win, stunning goal (video)
Zlatko Dalic's men now have a pair of shutout wins against decent competition at World Cup.
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WATCH: Caballero blunder punished as Rebic rip puts Argentina on ropes
Wily Caballero has made one of the bigger blunders in recent World Cup history.
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Transfer rumor roundup: Chelsea in for Pjanic; Lozano to Juventus?
Pro Soccer Talk examines some of Thursday's top transfer stories, including a Premier League giant looking to add to its midfield.
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RB Leipzig names Julian Nagelsmann future manager
The 30-year-old has spent two seasons managing Hoffenheim, guiding the club to back-to-back top-four finishes in the Bundesliga.
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Video: Mbappe taps home to give France first blood
The match is really opening up now, and Les Bleus have begun to assert themselves with an opener just beyond the half-hour mark.
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American referee Geiger accused of asking for Portugal kit
Morocco's World Cup journey will conclude after the group stage, but the African side isn't pleased with how their second match transpired on Wednesday against Portugal.
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Group C wide open as Denmark, Australia settle for draw
As it stands, the Danes lead the group with four points, while the Socceroos earned their first point of the World Cup.
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Video: VAR awards Australia penalty, before Jedinak converts
The Socceroos are back in contention in Group C with the goal and 45 more minutes left to play.
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Video: Eriksen volley has Denmark ahead inside 10 minutes
It took just seven minutes for the Tottenham man to put the Danes in front.
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Croatia coach says “we have nothing to lose” against Argentina
In four all-time meetings, Argentina leads 2-1-1 against Croatia, including a 1-0 victory during the 1998 World Cup in France.
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Mexico receives FIFA fine for insulting chant
El Tri was sanctioned 12 times during CONCACAF World Cup qualifying for homophobic chants.
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Ronaldo explains his new chin hair at World Cup
Now that Cristiano Ronaldo has taken to sporting a reasonable hairstyle atop his head, people are talking about the foliage on his face.
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Report: Southampton could sell Tadic to Ajax for $20m
Could Southampton be selling one of its most creative forces?
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Toronto locks down USMNT backstop Bono with extension
The Syracuse-born product of Syracuse University has made 64 appearances for the Reds.
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WATCH: World Cup, Day 8 — Argentina on the edge; France aims for berth
The right results can lead several teams into the knockout rounds with Thursdays win at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
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Halted World Cup flip-throw heard around the world
Milad Mohammadi knew the time was right for something special, but special isn't always good.
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Renard, Morocco ‘very proud’ of unlucky national team
Renard, with no hope of advancing to the next round, is finding the experience bittersweet.
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Queiroz: Iran has one ‘match point’ left in World Cup group stage
Team Melli was denied its equalizer despite VAR review thanks to an offside, and failed in several other bids to level the score.
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Spain gets win after Iran sees equalizer ruled out
Diego Costa scored Spain's goal, as La Furia Roja joined Portugal atop Group B on four points.
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Transfer rumor roundup: PL duo eyeing Asensio and more
PST examines some of the day's biggest transfer stories, including Chelsea and Manchester United's pursuit of a Real Madrid star.
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Uruguay reaches Round of 16 courtesy of Suarez
A pair of 1-0 victories has Uruguay into the Round of 16, joining hosts Russia from Group A.
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Video: Goalkeeping error grants Suarez, Uruguay gift
The Barcelona man has his first goal at the 2018 World Cup, after a frustrating opening game against Egypt.
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NZ women’s coach placed on leave after player complaints
The coach of New Zealand's women's football team has been placed on leave pending an investigation of complaints about his conduct from members of the national team.
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Ronaldo’s early tally gives Portugal win over Morocco
The Portuguese survived despite an onslaught of Morocco pressure, and now sit atop Group B.
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Arena says there’s no reason for Pulisic to leave Dortmund
Pulisic has spent three seasons in the Bundesliga, scoring 12 goals in all competitions to this point.
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Video: Ronaldo scores fourth goal, gives Portugal early lead
At this lightning rate, the Real Madrid man could be breaking records in Russia.
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Reports: Alli unlikely to play in England’s second Group G match
The 22-year-old exited England's opener against Tunisia with a thigh strain.
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Report: Newcastle activates $12m release clause of ex-Arsenal youth
Dutch-born Ozyakup is 35-times capped with a goal for Turkey, twice captaining the Crescent-Stars.
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Lukaku pens inspiring post on hard-scrabble upbringing
The Manchester United and Belgium striker has long been driven to succeed for his family.
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West Ham signs club record center back from Toulouse
West Ham has reportedly set a club record with its latest signing, a 6-foot-4 center back from Ligue 1.
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Layla’s Occasionally Unbiased Football Show: Episode 3
England pulls out a massive win while VAR finds its way into the World Cup spotlight.
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WATCH: World Cup, Day 7 — Spain, Portugal aim for wins
Uruguay looks to suck the drama out of Group A by joining Russia as 2-0 sides.
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Fortunes up or down? 32 thoughts after first 17 World Cup games
It took one round of World Cup games for favorites to be doubted and some underdogs to earn dark horse status.
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Layla's Occasionally Unbiased Football Show: Ep. 3
In the third episode of Layla's Occasionally Unbiased Football Show, England pulls out a massive win while VAR finds its way into the World Cup spotlight.
Arsenal seals transfer of German goalkeeper Leno
The longtime Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper, 26, has six caps for Germany but is not on the World Cup roster.
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Clinical Russia tops Egypt to likely reach knockout rounds
A Mohamed Salah penalty was all Egypt could manage against lively Russia.
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Neymar limps out of Brazil training
Neymar was injured in the 2014 World Cup quarterfinals when Juan Zuniga kneed him in the back.
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Salah returns to Egypt starting lineup
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is back from injury and starts for Egypt against Russia.
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Senegal hold off late charge, defeat Poland on controversial goal
Senegal took down Poland in a game decided by a controversial refereeing decision.
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Report: Blatter to attend Portugal vs. Morocco as guest of Putin
Sepp Blatter will be in attendance at the FIFA World Cup, despite serving an eight-year ban.
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Transfer Gossip: Fekir update; Chelsea waiting
Could Liverpool get its star attacking midfield target after all?
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Japan upsets ten-man Colombia in Group H opener
Japan pulled off a stunner, taking down Colombia in Saransk.
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New Zealand women footballers rebel against national coach
Only weeks after New Zealand Football made headlines by signing a revolutionary equal pay deal with its female players, the organization is facing a mutiny by members of its women's team against the...
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VIDEO: Colombia sees red, Japan takes early lead
Colombia is shown a red card three minutes into the match.
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Rodriguez out of Colombia starting XI
Colombia coach Jose Pekerman has left James Rodriguez out of the starting lineup.
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World Cup’s only black coach says there should be more
"In European countries, in major clubs, you see lots of African players. Now we need African coaches."
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World Cup: Saudi team safe after plane caught fire mid-flight
The Saudi Arabian national team arrived alive and well in Rostov-on-Don.
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Seismologists clarify Mexico fans didn’t cause earthquake
There was an earthquake, but it wasn’t linked to fans celebrating their win over Germany.
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