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Nashville MLS expansion club snares ex-Liverpool CEO Ayre
“The MLS has huge ambitions to be one of the biggest and leading leagues in the world, and is on that trajectory,” Ayre said.
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Report: Lampard interviews twice with Championship club
Town finished 12th in the Championship, 15 points back of a playoff spot and 19 clear of relegation.
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MLS Three Things: RBNY beats Atlanta, is a special club right now
At this point, Marsch could take the USMNT job, Adams could bolt for the Bundesliga, and we'd still have to pencil RBNY into the playoffs.
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Willian “edits” Conte out of FA Cup champions photo
Barring your belief in an alternative reality, Willian is not a fan of Antonio Conte.
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Elis scores twice as Dynamo beat Fire 3-2
Chicago (3-6-2) has lost three of its last four games.
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Inter Milan back in the Champions League after late heroics (video)
Lazio held 1-0 and 2-1 leads, but could not get the job done at home.
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Matic: Man Utd needs more experience in its squad
"The only team who is better than us this year is Man City," said Matic.
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MLS Things: Shuttleworth, Quintero somehow get Loons a point vs. SKC
Entering the day, no one was arguing that hosts Minnesota United were a better side than Sporting KC.
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VIDEO: Coutinho scores brilliant curler; Iniesta walks off
Barca finishes a 1-loss season with 99 goals and a 14-point lead over La Liga runners-up Atletico Madrid.
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Bayern Munich fans pay tribute to Jupp Heynckes, again
Bayern Munich fans turned up in their thousands to bid farewell to Jupp Heynckes for a second time on Sunday.
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WORLD CUP: France wins, but what happened to Ronaldo?
Despite playing a central role in the establishment of the World Cup, France had always fallen short at the tournament. That changed on one glorious night in Paris in 1998.
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Mario Balotelli earns first Italy call up since 2014 World Cup
The Nice striker has re-captured his form in France over the past two seasons, scoring 43 goals in all competitions during that span.
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NYCFC's Patrick Vieira close to Nice contract
Former Nice manager Lucien Favre has already found a new destination with Borussia Dortmund.
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Small clubs cross fingers for World Cup windfalls
The ideal scenario for the club where Paul Pogba played football as a kid might go something like this: The France midfielder shines so brightly at the World Cup that a money-no-object club - for argument's...
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Report: USMNT mid Tyler Adams nearing Red Bull Leipzig move
The 19-year-old midfielder scored his first professional goal for the Red Bulls during the 2015 International Champions Cup against Premier League giants Chelsea.
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Ligue 1: Monaco, Lyon qualify for UCL; Weah’s first start for PSG
Memphis Depay's hat trick secured Lyon's place in the Champions League next season.
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Leicester splash $29M to sign Porto, Portugal RB Pereira
With the transfer window now open, Leicester City are wasting no time in handling their business.
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Real Madrid draw Villarreal; Bale makes case to start UCL final
Bale and Ronaldo scored in Real Madrid's final tune-up for the Champions League final.
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Vela’s latest golazo one-upped as LAFC lose late to Portland
Carlos Vela is in a rich vein of form, but LAFC couldn't hang on to a point in Portland.
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West Ham-linked Pellegrini released from Hebei contract
Pellegrini is now unemployed, paving the way for him to become the new West Ham boss.
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VIDEO: Gigi Buffon’s tearful goodbye after 17 years at Juve
It was a day of celebration, but also of tears, as Buffon played his last match for the Bianconeri.
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Conte’s tumultuous season concludes with Chelsea glory
When Antonio Conte arrived on the London scene in 2016 he ruffled some feathers, and for the most part it worked out in his favor during his debut campaign at Stamford Bridge.
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Mourinho’s tactics gift Chelsea FA Cup
Mourinho got his tactics all wrong from the start and basically gave Chelsea the FA Cup trophy.
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Three things learned: Chelsea v. Man United
What did we learn from the FA Cup Final at Wembley? Joe Prince-Wright breaks it down.
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Chelsea 1-0 Man United: Conte wins FA Cup
The Blues earned their eighth FA Cup in club history on Saturday, and their first since 2012.
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USMNT’s Jorge Villafana robbed, unharmed in Mexico
Police reports suggest that Villafana and his wife were looking to exchange currency, 400,000 pesos ($20,000), when they were robbed.
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Video: Hazard’s penalty conversion has Chelsea ahead at Wembley
The Belgium international glided past the United back line, before being taken down by Phil Jones in the penalty area. 1-0 Chelsea.
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Luis Robles’ consecutive starts streak will end on Sunday
The New York Red Bulls goalkeeper holds the MLS record for consecutive appearances at 183, and hasn't missed a league match since September 2012.
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LIVE: Chelsea faces Man United in FA Cup final
The two sides have each earned a victory against one another this season, making for an even finale at Wembley Stadium.
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Marquez trains for national team with no logos on jersey
Mexican defender Rafael Marquez trained with Mexico ahead of the World Cup wearing a logo-free jersey on Thursday.
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Vincent Kompany talks third PL title, Belgium outlook and more
The Manchester City captain sat down with PST on Friday night following the defender's 2017-18 PL-winning campaign.
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Ryan Telfer lifts Toronto FC past Orlando City, 2-1
Ryan Telfer scored on a volley in the 87th minute to give Toronto FC a 2-1 victory over Orlando City on Friday night.
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Bayern Munich linked with Leverkusen youngster Bailey
Bayern Munich has reportedly already submitted a big-money offer, with an even bigger one on the horizon.
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Report: Saudi Arabia holds key growing influence in FIFA matters
The Saudi Arabian government is positioning itself as a financial benefactor to a number of proposed projects within FIFA.
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Conte says his job at Chelsea shouldn’t rely on FA Cup
The Chelsea boss doesn't think the decision to retain or fire him should rest on Saturday's FA Cup result.
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Parma promoted back to Serie A, making history in the process
After bankruptcy three years ago, Parma becomes the first Italian side in history to earn three straight promotions.
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Lewis Cook signs new four-year contract at Bournemouth
The 21-year-old's new deal expires in the summer of 2022.
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Tim Ream: Calm, confident, on to Wembley
The American international spoke to NBC Soccer about his incredible form at Fulham and playing at Wembley.
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FA Cup Final preview: Chelsea-Man United
The final trophy of the English season is set to be handed out.
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Report: MLS to add funds for teams to sign star rising stars
According to a report from The Athletic, MLS is creating a pool of cash for teams to use to sign talented players under the age of 20.
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Gary Linker on Man City's Premier League title win
Gary Lineker discusses Man City's title-winning season, including the team's differences between this season and last season, Pep Guardiola's improvement of individual players and more.
West Bromwich Albion name Moore head coach
Darren Moore's impressive end-of-season run has given West Bromwich Albion reason to take off the interim tag.
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Lambert leaves Stoke City by mutual consent
Stoke City is heading in a new direction when the squad reconvenes for League Championship preseason training. 
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Platini admits FIFA schemed to keep France, Brazil apart in 1998 World Cup
Michel Platini alleges that the 1998 World Cup organizing committee schemed to keep France and Brazil apart in the knockout round.
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Swansea City, Carlos Carvalhal part ways
In news that was expected after its relegation, Swansea City announced that it is parting ways with manager Carlos Carvalhal. 
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Manuel Neuer back in Bayern squad for German Cup final
Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has been included in Bayern Munich's squad for the German Cup final on Saturday, boosting hopes he will be fit enough for the World Cup.
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Klinsmann: USMNT could have made semifinals in Russia
Klinsmann believed his squad could have made a run at the 2018 World Cup semifinals, had he still been in charge.
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Portugal heads to Russia with 13 players from Euro 2016 win
Santos' men will start their World Cup campaign against Spain on June 15 in Sochi. The other Group B teams are Iran and Morocco.
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Pep Guardiola says Man City won’t be big spenders any time soon
"Instead of doing it in two or three transfer windows, we did it in one," Guardiola said. "We needed it for the age [of the squad]."
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“Fit, sharp, strong” Wilshere disappointed to miss England cut
Wilshere, remarkably still just 26, has 34 caps despite being plagued by injuries for three years before a 38-match campaign this season.
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