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Home > Soccer World Daily > Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017
Honduras, which will face the USA March 24 in a critical Hexagonal match, became the first team to qualify for the 2017 Gold Cup from the Copa Centroamericana when it beat host Panama, 1-0, on Eddie Hernandez's first-half goal. Read the whole story
Honduras coach Jorge Luis Pinto and his Panama counterpart Bolillo Gomez fail the role-model test when they scuffle after Honduras' 1-0 Copa Centroamericana win. Read the whole story

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Senegal became the first team to reach the African Nations Cup quarterfinals when it beat Zimbabwe, 2-0, to clinch a berth in the final eight for the first time in more than a decade. Read the whole story
Evening Standard
Tottenham will be without Belgian defender Jan Vertonghen for six weeks with an ankle ligament injury, but Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino said the injury wasn't as bad as first feared. Read the whole story
BBC Sport
Gabriel Jesus, the 19-year-old Brazilian winger, will be able to play for Manchester City against Tottenham on Saturday after his registration was completed. "He has the potential to become one of the best attacking players in the game," said City's director of football Txiki Begiristain of the Brazil international ... Read the whole story

Bundesliga break isn't what it used to be

Of the major European leagues, Germany's Bundesliga has the longest winter break -- a little more than four weeks -- but it isn't what it used to be. Thirty years ago, the Bundesliga took 11 weeks off. ...More

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