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    Premier League clubs have voted to close their transfer window prior to the start of the season rather than a few weeks into it. Will other major leagues do the same?
  • American soccer's 13 unique applications
    I decided to write this article the moment I finished watching Costa Rica beat the USA, 2-0, so it was written before the Honduras-USA game. The USA might have beaten the Catrachos, tied them or lost to them. The content and the realities of this article will not be changed with one game.
  • More good news for Germany: The rise of Timo Werner
    Germany's odds of becoming the first repeat World Cup champion since Brazil in 1958/62 are looking better thanks to wave of promising young talent -- the most intriguing of which is 21-year-old Timo Werner -- a goalscorer.
  • Syria's World Cup hopes alive after miracle equalizer
    Syria, which has never played in the World Cup, kept its hopes alive with a dramatic 2-2 tie at ally Iran, getting the tying goal in the 93rd minute.
  • PSG mega-deals trigger UEFA inquiry
    Staggering outlays for Neymar ($256 million) and Kylian Mbappe ($216 million) have prompted UEFA to launch a formal inquiry as to whether French club Paris St. Germain can abide by the break-even rules specified in its Financial Fair Play (FFP) policies
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