• MLS youth coaches begin new FFF class
    MLS's third class of youth academy coaches will begin a 14-month youth development course by the French Football Federation (FFF). The course results in participants earning their Elite Formation Coaching License.
  • Spurs will move into Wembley Stadium for 2017-18 season
    Tottenham will play its home games at Wembley for the 2017-18 season while work on its new 61,000-seat stadium next to the site of current home White Hart Lane takes place.
  • Moyes uncertain about future at Sunderland
    Sunderland manager David Moyes says he may leave at the end of the season that will almost surely end in relegation for the Black Cats.
  • FIFA opens proceedings against CFU president Derrick
    FIFA opened ethics proceedings against the president of the Caribbean Football Union, Gordon Derrick. Investigators had recommended a ban of at least four years and a fine of at least 15,000 Swiss francs ($15,120).
  • Increased security ordered for Real Madrid-Atletico Madrid
    Tuesday's Real Madrid-Atletico Madrid game in the Champions League -- deemed "high risk" by UEFA -- will require 2,000 security officers. Atletico will have 4,000 supporters at Real's Bernabeu Stadium for the game.
  • Arsenal's Koscielny injured again -- could miss derby at Spurs
    French Laurent Koscielny has already missed time this season for thigh and Achilles injuries and he could miss Arsenal's trip to north London to face rival Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday with a knee injury.
  • Manchester derby: Mourinho says Aguero sold Fellaini red card
    After the scoreless tie between Manchester City and Manchester United, the latter's manager, Jose Mourinho, accused City forward Sergio Aguero of overreacting and getting Marouane Fellaini sent off for a head-butt.
  • Mexican federation sanctioned by FIFA for homophobic chants for eighth time in 17 months
    The Mexican federation was cited for unsporting conduct by fans, including homophobic chants, for the eighth time in the last 17 months.
  • China's Guangzhou Evergrande charged after fans unfurl 'Annihilate British Dogs' banner
    The Asian Football Confederation has charged two-time Asian champion Guangzhou Evergrande with breaking ethics rules and improper fan behavior after fans of the Chinese club unfurled a banner with the words "Annihilate British Dogs" during their Asian Champions League match against Hong Kong's Eastern on Tuesday.
  • British tax investigators raid Newcastle and West Ham offices
    Newcastle United managing director Lee Charnley was arrested and later released without charges in connection with a wide-ranging HM Revenue and Customs investigation into suspected criminal tax fraud in pro soccer in England and France.
  • Dominguez: Ideal field for 2019 Copa America is 16 teams
    Conmebol president Alejandro Dominguez says the ideal number of teams for the 2019 Copa America in Brazil is 16 teams -- 10 South American teams, plus six invited teams.
  • La Liga: Barcelona and Real Madrid both win big
    Barcelona stayed on top of La Liga on Wednesday after it crushed Osasuna, 7-1, while second-place Real Madrid (which trails on the tiebreaker but has a game in hand) kept pace with a 6-2 win at Deportivo La Coruna despite making nine changes in its lineup from the team that lost to Barca in El Clasico.
  • Schweinsteiger: Move to Manchester United was 'right one'
    Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger insists he made the right choice in joining Manchester United from Bayern Munich two years ago, even though he ended up being benched by United manager Jose Mourinho in his second season and moving to MLS.
  • Sergio Ramos gets one-game ban for red-card foul on Messi
    Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos' dangerous two-footed flying red-card foul on Lionel Messi in Sunday's El Classico will ban him for one game. He escapes a longer ban because the referee did not include in his report Ramos sarcastically applauding the referee, an act similar to what earned Neymar extra games for his red-card suspension that resulted in his missing El Clasico.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt reaches German Cup final
    Eintracht Frankfurt reached the German Cup final for the first time since 2006 after beating Borussia Monchengladbach, 7-6, in a penalty kick shootout after 120 minutes of play ended in a 1-1 tie. Frankfurt will face the winner of Wednesday's Byaern Munich-Borussia Dortmund semifinal.
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