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The world’s most political game? Venezuela v. Catalonia
There will be lots of politics to talk about when Venezuela takes on a Catalonia squad in a friendly on Monday.
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Redknapp claims innocence for Birmingham’s overspending, deduction
These things seem to always happen at Redknapp's clubs, but he's rarely — if ever — responsible.
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Juventus sets record for attendance at women’s club game
A week after the world record for the highest attendance at a women's club match was set, a league record in Italy was also broken.
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LAFC beat RSL on more late-game heroics; first in MLS to 10 points
Season no. 2 is off to a flying — if late and dramatic — start for LAFC.
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Man City seeking apology for Bayern president’s oil comments
Uli Hoeness recently made some unpleasant comments which have Man City thinking of taking up legal action.
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Southgate: Kane, Sterling setting England example on, off the field
Sure, they're 25 and 24, respectively, but the England squad belongs to Kane and Sterling.
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Orlando City wins as Kljestan downs thin NY Red Bulls side
The 33-year-old pegged back his former club at Red Bull Arena.
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Youthful FC Dallas side earns home win over Colorado
A host of young academy products helped the home side to victory.
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Swiss defender Schar allowed to continue after being knocked out
The Newcastle defender was clearly knocked unconscious in an ugly clash of heads, but was allowed to continue after lengthy treatment.
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Albania fires coach after losing at home against Turkey
Albanian coach Christian Panucci has been fired a day after his team lost to Turkey in a European Championship qualifier.
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Brazil can’t get by Panama in 1-1 friendly draw
21-year-old Lucas Paqueta picked up his first Brazil goal but it wasn't enough for a win in Portugal.
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Burundi qualifies for Africa Cup of Nations for first time
Burundi joined the field for this summer's Africa Cup of Nations, for the first time.
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Messi injured in Argentina return; likely to recover for Man Utd clash
Described as a flare-up of an existing problem, Messi should be good to go on March 10.
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Dier out of England squad, back at Spurs with another injury
Eric Dier's injury/sickness-riddled season from hell began a new chapter on Friday.
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Mourinho ‘preparing’ for next job; expects to start ‘in June’
He was never going to stay out of sight forever, now Mourinho is counting down the days until his return.
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Schalke issue injury update on USMNT’s McKennie
The bone is bruised and a ligament is damaged, but nothing is broken. Still, a lengthy rehab stint awaits.
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Sterling pays tribute to young friend, cancer victim after England goal
Raheem Sterling revealed a t-shirt memorializing a young footballer and friend after scoring for England on Friday.
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Euro 2020 Roundup: France thrashes Moldova, Portugal fails to score
France showed on Friday that it hasn't lost its mojo, as it tore apart Moldova on the road, 4-1, in its Euro 2020 qualifying opener. 
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Indicted UCLA men’s soccer coach, former USMNT defender resigns
UCLA men's soccer coach Jorge Salcedo has resigned in the wake of his indictment in the college admissions scandal.
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Atlanta’s Martinez scores as Venezuela shocks Argentina
Josef Martinez and Salomon Rondon both scored as Venezuela defeated a hapless Argentina side in a friendly match.
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England kicks off Euro 2020 qualification in style
Raheem Sterling scores a hat trick as England routed the Czech Republic, 5-0.
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Must-See Goal: Pogba beautiful assist to Griezmann
Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann seem to have a great relationship off the field, and that chemistry showed on the field on Friday. 
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Friendly roundup: Falcao gives Colombia win in Japan, and more
Colombia beat Japan 1-0 in Yokohama and South Korea beat Bolivia 1-0 in Ulsan in friendlies on Friday.
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Rising USMNT star Tyler Adams leaves camp to return to Leipzig
Adams was the talk of USMNT camp all week, but he's heading back to Leipzig after 90 minutes v. Ecuador.
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FA charges ex-Newcastle coach Beardsley with racially abusing players
The FA has charged former Newcastle youth team coach Peter Beardsley with racially abusing his own players.
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Neymar charged for actions, comments after VAR controversy
Neymar could find himself in trouble for his unsavory comments following Champions League elimination.
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Sane, Gundogan allegedly racially abused on Germany duty
Three men have turned themselves in to authorities following allegations that they racially abused Sane and Gundogan.
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Birmingham City to get nine-point deduction, unexpected relegation battle
From very comfortably mid-table, to a handful of points away from the relegation zone — that'll be reality for Birmingham City.
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Fans urging UEFA to curb Champions League ticket prices
Football Supporters Europe criticized "exorbitant pricing" in hikes imposed on visiting fans by two of the world's wealthiest clubs.
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USMNT, Schalke mid McKennie stretchered off with ankle injury
McKennie appeared to twist his ankle shortly after being called for a foul in the match, which stood 0-0 at the time.
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Making the case: Raheem Sterling as PL Player of the Year
Raheem Sterling has been the best attacking piece in the Premier League this season, and quite possibly the best player period.
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LIVE — Pulisic rejoins USMNT v. Ecuador
New York Red Bulls center back Aaron Long gets a nod next to John Brooks.
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In the Shadow of the Kop Ep. 4: Fan favorite songs
Singer/songwriter and big Liverpool supporter Jamie Webster explains how he and other fans come up with songs about the club that resonate with fellow supporters.
EURO qualifying: Hazard drives Belgium past Russia; Scotland rocked
Hazard now has 29 international goals ahead of his 100th cap, which will come the next time he hits the pitch.
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Valencia again targeted by Batman creators for bat logo
Batman is coming after Valencia's bat logo.
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Ronaldo learns fine for mocking Simeone with groin grab
Cristiano Ronaldo has now learned his punishment. It's almost $1000 more than Atletico Madrid's boss.
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Adams explains Man City-like role in Berhalter’s USMNT
“The analogy you can make with it as how Manchester City plays," Adams said.
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Chelsea rejects Real’s $78m Hazard offer; Anderson back-up plan
Anderson has nine goals and five assists across all competitions for Manuel Pellegrini.
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Icardi ends six-week exile at Inter as he resumes training
Mauro Icardi has resumed training with his Inter Milan teammates, ending a six-week exile.
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Sampaoli gives pay back to Santos until players are paid
Santos coach Jorge Sampaoli has given his pay back to the Brazilian club until his players get paid.
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Report: Man United stars lined up for exit
Solskjaer continues to plan for next season, but these two players aren't wanted if he is in charge.
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Declan Rice apologizes for pro-IRA comments on social media
Rice issues statement after social media comments.
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USWNT name final roster before World Cup squad announcement
The roster is set for the USWNT's final two friendlies before World Cup squad is announced.
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Ranking Player of the Year candidates
We analyze and rank the top six contenders for the Premier League Player of the Year award.
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PHOTOS: France’s World Cup winners get glitzy rings
Pogba and Griezmann designed the incredible rings, and Pogba then bought them.
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Marcus Rashford struggling with injury
Rashford has been carrying an ankle knock and the Three Lions will not risk him.
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Why is Pogba praising Real Madrid?
"Real Madrid is a dream for anyone. It's one of the biggest clubs in the world."
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Berhalter trying to transform USMNT into possession-based team
Gregg Berhalter prepares for U.S. national team matches like a CEO getting ready for a deal.
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Report: Borussia Dortmund enters race to sign Hudson-Odoi
In what could look like a nightmare to Premier League sides, Borussia Dortmund could potentially play next season with two of England's top young wingers.
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Watch: A-League referee mic’d up during match
The result is an incredible display of communication, knowledge, confidence and refereeing expertise that gives the viewers a new-found respect for referees. 
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