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Home > Soccer World Daily > Saturday, May 20, 2017
Bayern Munich celebrated its fifth-straight Bundesliga title after its 4-1 win over Freiburg with its traditional beer showers. Arjen Robben, Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso and Co., armed with three-liter glasses, tossed a lot more of the non-alcoholic wheat beer than they drank, most of which landed on Coach Carlo ... Read the whole story

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Associated Press
The IFK Goteborg-AIK Stockholm game -- the biggest intercity rivalry in Sweden -- was called off on Thursday because of an apparent match-fixing attempt that was reportedly aimed at Goteborg's 37-year-old backup keeper, Kyriakos Stamatopoulos. Read the whole story
Cesar Azpilicueta, Pedro and Diego Costa of EPL champion Chelsea are in Spain coach Julen Lopetegui's team for matches against Colombia and Macedonia in June, but their teammate, Cesc Fabregas, missed the cut. Read the whole story
BBC Sport
Former Arsenal star Ian Wright says something has to change with the Gunners -- either manager Arsene Wenger must go or they must get a new owner willing to spend money. Read the whole story
Football Italia
Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli hasn't officially taken charge of Argentina's national team, but his first squad -- for friendlies against Brazil and Singapore -- is out. Read the whole story
Bibiana Steinhaus, a 38-year-old police officer, will become the first female referee in the German Bundesliga after being named to the list of referees for the 2017-18 season. Read the whole story
BBC Sport
Strasbourg and Amiens, which were both in the third-tier National two years ago, sealed back-to-back promotions with wins on Friday. Strasbourg defeated Bourg en Bresse, 2-1, to clinch the Ligue 2 title while a 96th-minute goal gave Amiens, hometown of new French president Emmanuel Macron, a 2-1 victory at Reims ... Read the whole story

Final Sunday is money day for Premier League elite

Staggering sums are up for grabs Sunday when Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal vie for Champions League qualification. ...More

What's the yardstick for World Cup-bound U.S. U-20s?

It's difficult to predict how youth World Cups will unfold, because the history of the tournament is not a reliable indicator. ...More

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