Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Bayern will not sell Lewandowski, even for €150m – Rummenigge

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Bayern will not sell Lewandowski, even for €150m – Rummenigge
Bayern will not sell Lewandowski, even for €150m – Rummenigge
Niko Kovac has admitted Robert Lewandowski is thinking of leaving, but it appears there is no chance he will be sold.
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Monday, July 30, 2018

Transfer Talk: Chelsea target Vecino, Caldara, Rugani ahead of deadline day

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Transfer Talk: Chelsea target Vecino, Caldara, Rugani ahead of deadline day
The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the
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Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos goes fishing, back-flips while on holiday

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Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos goes fishing, back-flips while on holiday
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is head over heels while he enjoys his summer break. Ramos helped Real Madrid to a third Champions League trophy in a row in May before representing Spain at the World Cup. He was expected to join up with his team in Miami weekend, along with fellow Spain internationals including Dani Carvajal, Isco and Marco Asensio. But Ramos is not done relaxing just yet, as this video of him back-flipping while on holiday shows. The Madrid legend also showed off his big catch...
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Sunday, July 29, 2018

FIFA urged to carry out investigation of Qatar World Cup bid allegations

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FIFA urged to carry out investigation of Qatar World Cup bid allegations
Ian Darke shares his memories from his trip to Russia for the World Cup, and the FC crew discuss what made the 2018 tournament so entertaining. FIFA should investigate allegations that the Qatar 2022 World Cup bid team ran a campaign to undermine rivals, a British Member of Parliament has said. The Sunday Times reported that leaked documents revealed that the Qatar bid team used former CIA agents and a public relations company to sabotage other bidders by suggesting they did not have the domestic backing for a World Cup -- a key FIFA requirement. Qatar won the right to stage the tournament, defeating other bids from Australia, the United...
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Saturday, July 28, 2018

Morata on form for Chelsea as Inter fall on penalties

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Morata on form for Chelsea as Inter fall on penalties
Morata on form for Chelsea as Inter fall on penalties
Willy Caballero also shone as he made the difference in the shoot-out.
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Friday, July 27, 2018

What Now For Ruben Loftus-Cheek? | Brian Glanville

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What Now For Ruben Loftus-Cheek? | Brian Glanville

Ruben Loftus-Cheek is the subject in Brian Glanville's latest piece.

What Now For Ruben Loftus-CheekRuben Loftus-Cheek is the subject in Brian Glanville's latest piece.
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Financial Fair Play: QPR agree £42m settlement after breaking spending rules

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Financial Fair Play: QPR agree £42m settlement after breaking spending rules
Financial Fair Play: QPR agree £42m settlement after breaking spending rules
QPR agree a settlement of almost £42m after the club's claims that Financial Fair Play rules are unlawful were dismissed.
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Thursday, July 26, 2018

Kylian Mbappe Played World Cup Final With Displaced Vertebrae

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Kylian Mbappe Played World Cup Final With Displaced Vertebrae

In a recent interview Kylian Mbappe said he had a back injury during the end of the tournament.

Kylian Mbappe Played World Cup Final With Displaced VertebraeKylian Mbappe played with displace vertebrae in his back (Getty Images) In a recent interview Kylian Mbappe said he had a back injury during the end of the tournament.
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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Montpellier 1-1 Villarreal: Yellow Submarine fight back

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Montpellier 1-1 Villarreal: Yellow Submarine fight back
Karl Toko Ekambi scored his second goal in as many games to help Villarreal share the spoils with Montpellier in France.
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Rugby fraternity mourns Lupuwana

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Rugby fraternity mourns Lupuwana

SABLES player Sandile Lupuwana , who passed away recently in a traffic accident, was given a rousing send-off on Thursday, with the Zimbabwean rugby fraternity coming out in their numbers […]

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'We have the highest ambitions, 100%' - Klopp says Reds' 'next step' is trophies

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'We have the highest ambitions, 100%' - Klopp says Reds' 'next step' is trophies
'We have the highest ambitions, 100%' - Klopp says Reds' 'next step' is trophies
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says his team's "next step" is to win trophies but he "cannot give guarantees" they will do so.
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Monday, July 23, 2018

Melbourne Victory nears Keisuke Honda signature as Kevin Muscat confirms interest

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Melbourne Victory nears Keisuke Honda signature as Kevin Muscat confirms interest
Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat has confirmed his interest in signing Keisuke Honda as the A-League club inches closer to a marquee deal
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Sunday, July 22, 2018

South America’s Teams Face Tough Challenge On The Road To 2022 | Tim Vickery

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South America’s Teams Face Tough Challenge On The Road To 2022 | Tim Vickery

The crumbs of comfort are not easy to find for South America in this World Cup nor in the future.

South America’s Teams Face Tough Challenge On The Road To 2022Will Argentina still have Messi four years on in Qatar? (Getty Images) The crumbs of comfort are not easy to find for South America in this World Cup nor in the future.
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Saturday, July 21, 2018

Neymar was in 'mourning' after World Cup exit

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Neymar was in 'mourning' after World Cup exit
Neymar was in 'mourning' after World Cup exit
Brazil striker Neymar says he could not look at a ball after his nation's quarter-final defeat by Belgium at the World Cup.
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Friday, July 20, 2018

Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund: Jadon Sancho scouting report

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Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund: Jadon Sancho scouting report
Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund: Jadon Sancho scouting report
BBC Sport looks at the performance of Borussia Dortmund's ex-Manchester City teen Jadon Sancho against his former club.
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Son Heung-min: Tottenham forward signs new five-year contract

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Son Heung-min: Tottenham forward signs new five-year contract
Son Heung-min: Tottenham forward signs new five-year contract
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min signs a new five-year contract to keep him at the club until 2023.
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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Hearts face action after fielding ineligible player in cup tie

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Hearts face action after fielding ineligible player in cup tie
Hearts face action after fielding ineligible player in cup tie
Hearts face a hearing after "inadvertently" fielding an ineligible player in their Scottish League Cup win over Cove Rangers.
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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Chelsea eye Higuain as part of double deal - Thursday's gossip

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Chelsea eye Higuain as part of double deal - Thursday's gossip
Chelsea eye Higuain as part of double deal - Thursday's gossip
Liverpool beat Chelsea to Alisson, Man Utd could move for Robert Lewandowski and Thiago Alcantara, Tottenham want Jack Grealish, plus more
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United can challenge City for Premier League title, says Rooney

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United can challenge City for Premier League title, says Rooney
United can challenge City for Premier League title, says Rooney
Wayne Rooney believes former club Manchester United can challenge Premier League champions and neighbours Manchester City this season. Jose Mourinho's United finished second and 19 points adrift as record-breaking City cruised to the title in 2017-18. United have already bolstered their squad with the signings of Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant, and more arrivals are expected before the transfer window closes. Former captain and all-time leading goalscorer Rooney – who left Everton for MLS outfit DC United last month – feels the Red Devils are on track to claim their first Premier League crown since 2012-13. Double session day on #MUTOUR…  #MUFC pic.twitter.com/GyDtjGLbK8 — Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 18, 2018 "Obviously they can challenge, it's a massive club. Last year was different because of how well Manchester City did," the 32-year-old told BBC Sport after making his DC United debut last week. "In any other year, they might have won the title. A lot of people looked at what Manchester City did and said Manchester United didn't play that well. "But they actually had a good season. Obviously they didn't win anything but I think they can take confidence from that and I believe they can push Manchester City next season. "I saw that people said they weren't playing the most attractive football. But they scored a lot of goals. I think they are getting there. Hopefully it won't be long before they win the title again." The boss is feeling it too...  #MUFC pic.twitter.com/XEF7OVsn2p — Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 17, 2018 Mourinho's side are on their pre-season tour of the United States, where they will face Mexican giants America on Thursday. United will also play San Jose Earthquakes (July 22) before meeting AC Milan (July 25), Liverpool (July 28) and Real Madrid (July 31) in the International Champions Cup, while the club will conclude their Premier League preparations against Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena on August 5.
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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Junior Sables upstage Namibia

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Junior Sables upstage Namibia

The Old Mutual Zimbabwe Under-18 rugby team capped off a memorable campaign at the 2018 Coca-Cola Academy Week after beating bitter rivals Namibia for the first time in 11 years […]

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Monday, July 16, 2018

England’s 2022 World Cup Team

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England’s 2022 World Cup Team

In this piece Sam Tremlett takes a look at who could make the team four years from now at the Qatar World Cup.

England's 2022 World Cup TeamPhil Foden makes our England 2022 team. see who else makes it here (Getty Images) England’s 2022 World Cup Team The 2018 World Cup has been and gone sadly, and it was a surprisingly positive …Continue reading »
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Sunday, July 15, 2018

World Cup Catch-up: France toast Croatia & party like it's 1998

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World Cup Catch-up: France toast Croatia & party like it's 1998
World Cup Catch-up: France toast Croatia & party like it's 1998
Watch all the best action from match day 25 of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, as France face Croatia in the final in Moscow.
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Saturday, July 14, 2018

Eden Hazard's reputation, value have never been higher after standout World Cup

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Eden Hazard's reputation, value have never been higher after standout World Cup
SAINT PETERSBURG, Russia -- Eden Hazard had a smile on his face and a bronze medal around his neck after inspiring Belgium to victory in
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World Cup 2018: Fifa warns FA over England fans' chants during Croatia defeat

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World Cup 2018: Fifa warns FA over England fans' chants during Croatia defeat
World Cup 2018: Fifa warns FA over England fans' chants during Croatia defeat
Fifa warns the FA following "political chants" by English fans during their World Cup semi-final defeat by Croatia.
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Friday, July 13, 2018

World Cup Fixtures – Russia 2018

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World Cup Fixtures – Russia 2018

Take a look at the full list of matches that will make up the 2018 World Cup in Russia

Croatia's Luka Modric celebrates (Getty Images) Take a look at the full list of matches that will make up the 2018 World Cup in Russia
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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Rooney: Everton made it clear they wanted me to leave

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Rooney: Everton made it clear they wanted me to leave
Rooney: Everton made it clear they wanted me to leave
The striker has been speaking to ESPN ahead of his MLS debut.
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Croatia on fire after World Cup 'miracle'

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Croatia on fire after World Cup 'miracle'
Croatia on fire after World Cup 'miracle'
It is a historic first World Cup final for the country of about four million people.
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Ronaldo to Juventus set in motion by Cancelo, reveals Marotta

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Ronaldo to Juventus set in motion by Cancelo, reveals Marotta
Ronaldo to Juventus set in motion by Cancelo, reveals Marotta
Cristiano Ronaldo's move from Real Madrid to Juventus was set in motion when the Bianconeri began their approach for Valencia right-back Joao Cancelo, revealed Giuseppe Marotta. Cancelo joined Juve for €40.4million last month, and negotiations with the defender's agent Jorge Mendes opened up the possibility of a sensational swoop for five-time Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldo, another of his clients. The Portugal captain explained a desire to start a "new cycle" in a farewell letter to Madrid, published prior to the Turin giants announcing they had shelled out €112m to sign the prolific forward on a four-year deal. Juve chief executive Marotta detailed how the blockbuster move came to fruition in an interview with Corriere della Sera. "It was a great team performance. I'm very happy," said Marotta. "The real stars of this team are the Juventus players and shareholders. La scelta migliore. Benvenuto #CR7 #ADP10@juventusfc @Cristiano pic.twitter.com/DWj6UCGHVs — Alessandro Del Piero (@delpieroale) July 10, 2018 "Cristiano Ronaldo was the first to believe in this deal, the first to get it going. He chose Juventus. "When we realised that we could seize this opportunity, the shareholders agreed to support the club. "It all started with the deal for Cancelo, who has the same agent as Ronaldo - Jorge Mendes. "We want to express maximum satisfaction and happiness at signing Cristiano and his decision to come to Juventus. "Cristiano is very happy to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world. He has already decided where he will live - a beautiful penthouse in the centre of Turin."
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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo agrees €105 million transfer to Juventus

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Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo agrees €105 million transfer to Juventus
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo agrees €105 million transfer to Juventus
The Portuguese star has signed a four-year contract worth €30 million euros per season.
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Monday, July 9, 2018

Macauley Bonne set for new Leyton Orient deal

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Macauley Bonne set for new Leyton Orient deal

Talks are “progressing well” with Zimbabwe international striker Macauley Bonne about extending his contract at Leyton Orient, according to head coach Justin Edinburgh.

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Sunday, July 8, 2018

Transfer Talk: Cristiano Ronaldo rejects lucrative Chinese offer in favour of Juventus switch

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Transfer Talk: Cristiano Ronaldo rejects lucrative Chinese offer in favour of Juventus switch
The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout
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'Pickford is the prototype of what a modern goalkeeper should be'

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'Pickford is the prototype of what a modern goalkeeper should be'
'Pickford is the prototype of what a modern goalkeeper should be'
The England goalkeeper made a trio of brilliant saves in their 2-0 quarter-final defeat of Sweden yesterday.
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Saturday, July 7, 2018

LIVE Transfer Talk: Arsenal eye Steven N'Zonzi move; Lucas Torreira deal close

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Arsenal eye Steven N'Zonzi move; Lucas Torreira deal close
The transfer window is open and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the
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Friday, July 6, 2018

Ibrahimovic and Beckham make World Cup bet

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Ibrahimovic and Beckham make World Cup bet
Ibrahimovic and Beckham make World Cup bet
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and David Beckham have agreed a World Cup bet ahead of Sweden taking on England in their quarter-final. Ibrahimovic, setting into MLS life at Beckham's old club LA Galaxy, has teased the former England captain over Saturday's clash in Samara. Sweden's all-time leading goalscorer made Beckham a proposal - if England win, he will buy the Manchester United icon dinner anywhere in the world. Beckham agreed to Ibrahimiovic's terms of purchasing him whatever he wants from IKEA if Sweden triumph and move into the semi-finals at Russia 2018. But if England come out on top in the quarter-final, Ibrahimovic could be making a trip to Wembley to see England and sample the national dish. The terms of the deal have been set #SWEENG pic.twitter.com/9bJ3D5nHWv — LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) July 6, 2018
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Thursday, July 5, 2018

MLS Transfers – All Completed and Confirmed Signings

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MLS Transfers – All Completed and Confirmed Signings

Check out all the latest MLS transfer news, signings, and fees here.

MLS TransfersZlatan Ibrahimovic signed with LA Galaxy back in March (Getty Images) Check out all the latest MLS transfer news, signings, and fees here.
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Liverpool's Fabinho: Manchester United move was 'never close'

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Liverpool's Fabinho: Manchester United move was 'never close'
French football expert Julien Laurens and the FC panel examine Fabinho's move to Liverpool and how the Reds' midfield will take shape in 2018-19. Steve Nicol gives his stamp of approval to Liverpool's signing of Fabinho from Monaco, but he isn't sure the midfielder will start right away. Fabinho has told FourFourTwo that he was "never close" to joining Manchester United as the Brazilian revealed his keenness to move to Liverpool once their firm interest was known. Sources told ESPN FC last year that Fabinho was on the radar of both United and their local rivals Manchester City, with the midfielder also close to joining Paris Saint-Germain. However, the 24-year-old eventually left Monaco in May, heading to Liverpool just days after their Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid...
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Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Tough grandad Ken behind Jesse Lingard

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Tough grandad Ken behind Jesse Lingard

IT may have been Harry Kane who captured England’s pride and joy with his hat-trick, but it was the smallest man on the pitch who won the heart of a […]

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Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Douglas Costa back in training with Brazil

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Douglas Costa back in training with Brazil
Douglas Costa back in training with Brazil
Brazil received a boost as Douglas Costa returned to training ahead of the World Cup quarter-final against Belgium. The Juventus winger has managed just 45 minutes in the tournament so far, coming on at half-time in the 2-0 victory over Costa Rica. However, Costa picked up a hamstring injury during his impressive cameo performance, ruling him out of his side's final Group E fixture, against Serbia. He was also not involved in the last-16 tie with Mexico but was back working with his team-mates on Tuesday as Tite's squad prepare for Friday's fixture in Kazan. Costa - who completed a permanent move to Juventus in June after spending last season on loan in Turin from Bayern Munich - could be set to make a return to action when Brazil bid to reach the last four of the tournament. @douglascosta No campo, atividade com bola e essa excelente notícia! Douglas Costa liberado e treinando com o restante do elenco. Bem-vindo de volta! #GigantesPorNatureza Foto: Lucas Figueiredo/CBF pic.twitter.com/D0DFDGnjMz — CBF Futebol (@CBF_Futebol) July 3, 2018
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Monday, July 2, 2018

France will reach World Cup final after 'defining' Argentina win, says Vieira

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France will reach World Cup final after 'defining' Argentina win, says Vieira
France will reach World Cup final after 'defining' Argentina win, says Vieira
Patrick Vieira believes France's win over Argentina was the "defining game" they needed and will help them reach the World Cup final. Didier Deschamps' men found some form in Russia with a thrilling 4-3 victory over Argentina in the last 16 on Saturday. Kylian Mbappe scored a brace in a brilliant display, as France moved into a quarter-final meeting with Uruguay. Vieira, who helped the nation win the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000, feels the Argentina game was just what France needed. "We can talk about their campaign in some different ways. Like everyone I guess, I was expecting more in terms of play," the Nice coach said on Monday. "I think, however, that people were harsh toward the French national team. When you watch their game against Argentina, that bodes well for what's next. They needed a defining game and they got just that against Argentina. I think this team will be tough to beat. "I sincerely hope they'll win it. After the last game you can see that the players get more confidence. They play more freely. That's what they were lacking. "This game will help them to reach the final in my opinion." #FiersdetreBleus #WorldCup #FRAARG pic.twitter.com/kaNUbYJOnv — French Team (@FrenchTeam) June 30, 2018 This year marks the second straight World Cup at which France have reached the quarter-finals as they look to win the title for a second time.
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Is the timing right for Switzerland's golden generation to cash in?

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Is the timing right for Switzerland's golden generation to cash in?
Is the timing right for Switzerland's golden generation to cash in?
Discussions of a team's World Cup prospects can often feel like a generation game, with cycles mentioned more times than during your average Tour de France. Over the weekend, Croatia's golden generation of Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic and the rest just about stayed on track, while the Argentinian vintage dating back to their 2005 Under-20 World Cup triumph and inspired by Lionel Messi ran out of road, much like the last vestiges of Spain's tiki-taka heroes. Time is measured in four-year chunks as international obituaries are hastily written and, in Tuesday's last-16 game in St Petersburg, there will be a golden generation from a nation synonymous with the commodity seeking to avoid a similar fate. In three of their past four World Cups, Switzerland have reached the knockout stages without going any further.   A settled squad features star men such as Xherdan Shaqiri, Granit Xhaka and Ricardo Rodriguez in their mid-20s and a tough but eminently winnable tie with Sweden – Vladimir Petkovic's men would reasonably have expected to be facing Germany at this stage – represents an enticing opportunity in an increasingly wide-open competition. "Comparisons over time are impossible to make - football has evolved a lot - but one could argue that today's generation is the finest Switzerland has ever had," former Swiss midfielder Ciriaco Sforza told Omnisport. "If you look at the squad, all but one or two of the lads play in top European leagues. As a comparison, in my time there were barely four who played abroad." Training / Entraînement / Allenamento Matchday +1#HoppSchwiiz #HopSuisse #ForzaSvizzera #HopSvizra  pic.twitter.com/wWl0kzBW3Y — nationalteams_SFVASF (@SFV_ASF) June 28, 2018 Ex-Kaiserslautern, Inter and Bayern Munich playmaker Sforza was part of the squad Roy Hodgson led to the 1994 World Cup in the United States, and the veteran English coach is credited with putting the foundations in place that have helped the current crop to flourish. "The team is made of players who went through an improved youth system, which was installed in the mid-nineties with help from Hodgson," Oliver Zesiger, a Swiss football scout and – in a job description to make a certain demographic swoon – the co-head researcher for Football Manager in his homeland, explained to Omnisport. "The FA took a look at successful youth systems like the Dutch and formed a system that works for Switzerland. Another part is that the Swiss team profited from immigration, especially from the Balkan states." The latter element in Switzerland's make-up gained global attention after a fired-up Xhaka and Shaqiri scored superb second-half goals in the 2-1 group-stage win over Serbia. Both players are of Kosovar-Albanian heritage, with Shaqiri born in Kosovo before his family fled during the late 1990s conflict between the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia – Montenegro and Serbia at that time – and the Kosovo Liberation Army. They celebrated in Kaliningrad with a hand gesture to signify the two-headed eagle depicted on the Albanian flag, an act of emotionally-charged and proud defiance that brought FIFA fines but no bans. Although both Sforza and Zesiger would have preferred Shaqiri and Xhaka kept their powder dry, they acknowledge a broad understanding towards their actions from an increasingly diverse population back home. "Switzerland is precisely all about that," Sforza said. "A fourth of our population is made up by foreigners, it’s part of our national DNA. "Our 'secondos' – the term we use for the second generation born to immigrants in Switzerland - make up for a good part of our best players in the national team." The jewel among them is former Bayern winger Shaqiri, who endured relegation from the Premier League with Stoke City this season but showed what a decisive performer he can be when at his blistering best in the Serbia game. MOTM #XS23 pic.twitter.com/SCf2d3DctD — Xherdan Shaqiri (@XS_11official) June 24, 2018 "His lack of consistency is frustrating, but he's hugely important to the team as he's one of the few players who can make the difference in a game by themselves," Zesiger said. "And, usually, he comes through in big games, as seen versus Serbia or with his hat-trick against Honduras at the last World Cup." There are few bigger than a match presenting a path to Switzerland's first World Cup quarter-final since they reached the last eight on home soil in 1954. "We’re witnessing a World Cup that could perfectly present us with two finalists nobody could have dreamt of before," said Sforza, who notes Sweden's progress through qualification at the expense of Netherlands and Italy as a clear demonstration of their under-estimated quality. "The Swiss shouldn't get ahead of themselves and take it a step at a time." Zesiger harbours concerns over Sweden's set-piece threat, although the excellent form of goalkeeper Yann Sommer and centre-back Manuel Akanji in Russia so far can be a source of comfort. "This team is a good mixture of youth and experience, so it's the perfect time to do something special and advance to the final eight," he added. "Who knows what the team will look like in four years, should Switzerland qualify." As is the case with all golden generations at World Cups, the clock is ticking. Maybe Shaqiri, Xhaka and the rest can make this an occasion of immaculate Swiss timing.
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Sunday, July 1, 2018

Columbus 2-1 RSL: Crew SC end winless run - Via MLS

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Columbus 2-1 RSL: Crew SC end winless run - Via MLS
Gyasi Zardes and Eduardo Sosa scored early goals to lead Columbus past Real Salt Lake and end a run of five matches without a win.
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