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Home > Soccer World Daily > Saturday, July 22, 2017
Jonathan Gonzalez, 18, made his Liga MX debut, starting for Monterrey on the opening day of the 2017-18 season. Former Sac Republic star Rodrigo Lopez made his Liga MX debut at the age of 30 for Toluca. Alejandro Guido completed his long comeback from knee surgery to start in Tijuana's ... Read the whole story
Aaron Schoenfeld was the only American who advanced in UEFA play this week as Israel's Maccabi Tel Aviv swept its series with Iceland's KR, winning 2-0 on the road for a 5-1 aggregate win. Read the whole story
We didn't have to venture far to find the week's best own goal as Panama's Anibal Godoy, who plays his club ball for the Earthquakes, scored the decider in a 1-0 Gold Cup quarterfinal loss to Costa Rica in Philadelphia. Godoy headed a long-range Tico free kick past his own ... Read the whole story

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Defending champions Germany won its first game at the Women's Euro 2017 when it eliminated Italy with a 2-1 win on goals by defenders Josephine Henning and Anja Mittag. Read the whole story
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Chelsea paid a club record 60 million pounds ($78 million) to sign striker Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid on a five-year deal. He scored 20 goals in 2016-17 after returning to Madrid from Juventus. Read the whole story
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Ahead of his debut as Barcelona coach against Juventus on Saturday, Ernesto Valverde dismissed talk of star Neymar leaving for French club Paris St. Germain. Read the whole story

Infantino again under the spotlight for committee moves

Hopes and expectations of FIFA reform under president Gianni Infantino have taken another setback. The Guardian reported Infantino orchestrated the removal of the ethics committee chairman and members last May while the committee was investigating Infantino for allegedly citing an inaccurate amount of money he spent on his election campaign. ...More


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