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[CCL PREVIEW: Sporting KC-Cruz Azul] The defending champion of MLS is about to tested by a strong counterpart from south of the border. MLS ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Tuesday] There was no Arsenal victory in Munich this time though the Gunners held on for a 1-1 tie that sent ... Read the whole story
[ALGARVE CUP] The USA will close out play at the Algarve Cup Wednesday when it faces North Korea -- for seventh place. In 18 ... Read the whole story
[NWSL 2014 COUNTDOWN] Chicago Red Stars midfielder Leslie Osborne, who had 61 caps for the USA in an international career that began in 2004, ... Read the whole story
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"Our lawyer went directly to Hyundai and told them they are using our property. It's always a sensitive point but the CBF is the owner of the property."
-- Rodrigo Paiva, spokesman for the Brazilian soccer federation (CBF), which says Hyundai is breaching the federations's intellectual property rights by promising new car buyers an extra year of warranty if Brazil wins the 2014 World Cup. (Bloomberg)