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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Steven Gerrard says the England squad has been practicing penalties "a lot" ahead of the World Cup. Roy Hodgson's men head to Brazil knowing that England has the worst penalty shootout record in tournament history, with three defeats out of three. In fact, England has been dumped out of six ... Read the whole story
Cristiano Ronaldo is facing a race against time to be fit for Portugal's World Cup opener against Germany on June 16 after the Portuguese Soccer Federation (FPF) on Tuesday revealed that the Real Madrid forward is suffering with patellar tendinosis, or chronic tendinitis, in his left-leg as well as a ... Read the whole story
Following a nervous opening 25 minutes, World Cup favorite Brazil swept aside Panama, 4-0, at the Serra Dourada stadium in Goiania on Tuesday. The home team was made to pay for its uneven start, as the likes of Neymar and Oscar were booed for some poor touches, but a classic ... Read the whole story
Bosnia-Herzegovina earned some instant credibility and momentum for its World Cup charge by beating Mexico, 1-0, at Soldier Field in Chicago on Tuesday night. The Balkan nation, which is making its World Cup debut, was coming off of a 2-1 win against Ivory Coast, while Mexico ended an eight-game unbeaten ... Read the whole story
Eden Hazard on Tuesday said he is looking forward to wearing the No. 10 shirt for Chelsea next season, suggesting that the Belgium international, who has been repeatedly linked with a move to big-spending Paris Saint-Germain, will remain at Stamford Bridge next season. Read the whole story
FIFA on Wednesday wiped Belgium's 5-1 win against Luxembourg from the record books because coach Marc Wilmots used too many substitutes in last week's friendly. Whereas FIFA rules allow a maximum of six substitutes in international friendlies, Wilmots used seven. The result will not count toward the FIFA rankings, which ... Read the whole story
USA international Timothy Chandler on Tuesday secured a three-year deal with Eintracht Frankfurt. Chandler, 24, joins the Bundesliga club from relegated FC Nurngerg on a free transfer. The move also marks a return home for the German-American, who grew up in Frankfurt and spent most of his youth career there. Read the whole story
Spanish champ Atletico Madrid on Wednesday agreed to sign goalkeeper Miguel Angel Moya from La Liga rival Getafe, as the future of Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois, who spent the last two seasons on loan at Atletico, remains unresolved. According to reports, Moya, 30, joined on a 3 million euro ($4.1 ... Read the whole story


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