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Report: Six Barcelona board members quit, recommend new election
"We ask that once the results of the audit ... are presented, all responsible to be swept away with the eventual corresponding compensation."
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Premier League March Madness: Handicapping the Final
There was a thriller when Wolves and Everton met at Goodison Park on Sept. 1, and we're hoping for similar when our Premier League March Madness concludes on Friday.
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Much-chased Havertz reportedly prefers Bayern move
Havertz has been linked at one time or another with Man City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham.
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Transfer rumor roundup: Celtic star to Spurs, Thiago to Man City
Man City's in the news as a potential reunion looms for Pep Guardiola at the Etihad Stadium, while Spurs look north of the border.
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Scottish FA extends suspension to June 10
"The message is very clear: The government restrictions introduced to save lives must be adhered to," said a release from the Scottish Football Association.
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Aubameyang's best Premier League goals
As Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sits one strike shy of 50 career Premier League goals, take a look at some of his best for the Gunners.
Bundesliga future still up in the air amid virus outbreak
With teams in Germany resuming training in small groups this week, there is optimism among some that the Bundesliga will be able to resume in May.
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Arteta: Arsenal have a plan for transfer window
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has revealed that he has plenty of options for the transfer window as Gunners fans remain eager for news on ins and outs.
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Southampton players first in Premier League to cut wages
Southampton's players agree to cut wages to make sure club staff are paid in full as South Coast club refuse to ask UK government for help paying wages.
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VOTE: PL March Madness Final Four
Our Premier League March Madness tournament continues with the Final Four. Vote for the winners to reach the Championship game and avoid elimination.
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Ronaldinho to leave jail for luxury hotel arrest in Paraguay
Ronaldinho was released from a high-security jail in Paraguay after more than a month, but was ordered to serve house arrest at a luxury hotel.
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Court date for USWNT’s law suit versus U.S. Soccer delayed
The federation is being sued by members of the two-time reigning World Cup champion USWNT under the Equal Pay Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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Handicapping the Final Four of Premier League March Madness
The runaway No. 1 seed is alive, but the second, third, fourth, and fifth seeds have been expelled from the tournament within the first two rounds.
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RESULTS: PL March Madness Elite Eight
Here are the full slate of results from our Elite Eight matches as our Premier League March Madness tournament continues on Thursday with the Final Four.
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IFAB: New handball rule can be adopted when games resume
The International Football Association Board has agreed to investigate changes to the offside rule that would further "encourage attacking football."
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Best individual displays in Premier League history
Watch some of the most memorable individual performances over the years in the Premier League.
Former MLS player helping Spain in fight against coronavirus
The former Sporting Kansas City and Celta Vigo player who came through Barcelona's famed youth academy has put on a white coat.
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Rebecca Lowe's PL social media recap, Ep. 2
Rebecca Lowe checks in on the latest happenings around the Premier League on social media, from Tottenham's "group" workouts to the wacky ways players are keeping themselves entertained.
USWNT star Carli Lloyd could retire after next summer’s Olympics
Lloyd has made nearly 300 appearances for the USWNT, scoring 123 times. Ten of those goals came after the team won the 2019 World Cup in France.
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Solskjaer details focus on mental health of players during shutdown
The Manchester United boss wants his players to completely forget about playing soccer for a while.
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Transfer Rumor Roundup: West Ham, Brighton, Leicester City all on the prowl
Leicester City could be on the lookout for a replacement full-back, while Everton may be forced into a fight to keep Moise Kean.
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UEFA entertaining Financial Fair Play relaxation amid coronavirus difficulties
UEFA could temporarily relax its FFP rules to allow owners to financially assist clubs struggling during the coronavirus shutdown.
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Qatar says it’s working to protect laborers from coronavirus
The Qatari government said Tuesday it has implemented widespread measures to protect immigrant workers from the coronavirus.
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Bundesliga reveals plans to restart in early May
In Germany, where the coronavirus has been handled well, top flight action could be in play soon as teams have already returned to training.
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VOTE: Premier League March Madness Elite Eight
Our Premier League March Madness tournament continues with the Elite Eight. Vote for the winners to reach the Final Four and avoid elimination.
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Mourinho apologizes for training session with Ndombele
The Tottenham boss came under fire for breaching government lockdown regulations during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Picking a favorite Premier League era player for all 20 current clubs
Sometimes they are all-time greats while other times they catch lightning in a bottle. But even our most hated rivals have players we love.
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WATCH: Robbie Mustoe’s All-Time Premier League defensive midfielders
The five men he selected all played in this century, two remain active, and each has claimed at least one Premier League title.
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Transfer rumor roundup: Man Utd linked with 2 stars, Liverpool with CB
Like most transfer windows since the exit of Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United is being linked with approximately $7 billion worth of purchases.
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Mourinho in hot water after park training session with Ndombele
"All of our players have been reminded to respect social distancing when exercising outdoors. We shall continue to reinforce this message," said Spurs.
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Conrad talks U.S. Soccer as he waits for managerial debut
"I think we all just want to here some collective responsibility but it's always everybody deflecting all the time and what kind of message does that send?"
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Handicapping the Elite Eight of Premier League March Madness
The fixture list is set for the Elite Eight of Premier League March Madness, with big London sides staring down Merseyside opposition.
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Spanish federation: La Liga will play at least every 72 hours upon restart
The federation and Spanish Footballers' Association agreed to a minimum 72-hour gap between matches after La Liga aimed for a minimum of only 48 hours.
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Solskjaer hits out at criticism of players, leagues
Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hit out at criticism of players and leagues about their response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Liverpool's first PL title remains on hold
Rebecca Lowe discusses Liverpool's painful wait as their first top-flight title in 30 years remains in flux with the 2019-20 Premier League season suspended indefinitely.
Premier League, UK debating soccer schedule
Rebecca Lowe lays out some of the options Premier League teams and other clubs across the British soccer pyramid are discussing as the 2019-20 season remains suspended.
RESULTS: Premier League March Madness Sweet 16
The results are in for our Premier League March Madness Sweet 16 vote as Everton shocked Man United, plus plenty more drama.
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FIFA recommends changes to transfer window, player contracts
FIFA release details for how player contracts and the transfer window should be restructured during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Premier League TV schedule: April 11-12
This weekend there are over 14 hours of Premier League programming available to watch on NBCSN and stream online and here is the full TV schedule.
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FA want to finish season, warn of financial disaster
FA chief Greg Clarke has a stark message for the professional game in England: "Time is pressing as football burns through its cash reserves with no sign yet of a resumption of the game." 
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VOTE: Premier League March Madness Sweet 16
Our Premier League March Madness tournament continues with the Sweet 16. Vote for the winners to reach the Elite Eight and avoid elimination.
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La Liga suggest possible dates to restart
La Liga president suggests possible dates for Spain's top-flight to restart amid constantly changing situation with the coronavirus pandemic.
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Robbie Mustoe's top 5 PL defensive midfielders
Robbie Mustoe names his best defensive midfield anchors in Premier League history.
Serie A to impose 33-percent pay cut for players, coaches
Serie A's players and coaches will see their salaries reduced by 33 percent during the coronavirus suspension.
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U.S. prosecutors allege bribes in 2018, 2022 World Cup votes
Prosecutors revealed new details of alleged bribes paid to FIFA committee members to gain votes to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
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Van Dijk wants to be remembered as ‘a Liverpool legend’
"I would like to be one of those players that return to Anfield after retiring. I see club legends at games and I feel part of a really big family."
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Former U.S. TV execs indicted on charges of World Cup bribery
Two former TV execs allegedly bribed officials for information during FIFA’s sale of U.S. television rights to the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
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RESULT: Aston Villa escape relegation in March Madness playoff
Another season in the top flight for Aston Villa. As for Norwich, it's been real.
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Transfer news: Liverpool line up double swoop, Morales in demand
The latest transfer news in the Premier League sees Liverpool linked with a $110 million double swoop, while Alfredo Morales is a wanted man.
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Liverpool reverse furlough decision
After widespread uproar Liverpool reverse decision to use UK government scheme to pay 80 percent of staff wages during the coronavirus pandemic.
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