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Home > Soccer World Daily > Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017
Five networks -- Azteca America, beIN Sports, ESPN, FOX and Fusion TV -- will join with Univision on Tuesday and Wednesday in airing five Copa MX games as part of the effort to raise funds for the victims of the recent natural disasters in Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Florida ... Read the whole story
Head coach Jorge Luis Pinto has called up 26 players for what he termed "life or death" matches Costa Rica and Mexico in the final two World Cup 2018 qualifiers in Concacaf. The Catracho squad includes four MLS players, three from the Houston Dynamo and one from FC Dallas. Read the whole story
"I'm a bit injured but I'd rather be injured myself than have an injured player," said Valencia coach Marcelino after pulling his hamstring while celebrating Simone Zaza's game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory over Real Sociedad. "I'll try to avoid similar situations in the future." Read the whole story
Matt Tootle, a defender for English fourth division Notts County, doesn't score often. But when he does, he makes it memorable, as with this "slug" celebration following his strike in a 4-1 win over Lincoln City. Read the whole story
FIFA's Women's Player of the Year awards have always been a subject of controversy, but nothing like in 2017 as only one of the three Best Player finalists, Lieke Martens of the European champion Netherlands, would generally be considered to have ranked among the top players of the year. Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund has a chance to extend its lead atop the Bundesliga when Christian Pulisic and Co., host Borussia Moenchengladbach on Saturday thanks to Wolfsburg tying second-place Bayern Munich, 2-2. Bayern keeper, Sven Ulreich, in for injured Manuel Neuer, let in a free kick that came straight at him. Read the whole story

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Emily Lima, the first woman to coach the Brazilian women's national team, was fired after only 10 months on the job and replaced by 61-year-old Vadao, whom she had replaced last year. Read the whole story
Deutsche-Welle
Wolfsburg recovered from 2-0 down at the half to tie Bayern Munich and deny the defending Bundesliga champions the top spot in the league after they appeared to be coasting to an easy victory at the Allianz Arena. Max Arnold's free kick and Daniel Didavi's header gave Wolfsburg ... Read the whole story

Juventus president Agnelli banned for involvement with mob-infiltrated ultras

Agnelli is one of the great names of Italian business and Italian soccer. Giovanni Agnelli founded Italian automaker Fiat in 1899. Gianni Agnelli, his grandson, was known as L'Avvocato ("The Lawyer") and served Juventus as president during its heyday in the 1970s and 1980s. Under Gianni's nephew, Andrea Agnelli, Juve remains a European powerhouse. But he has gotten mixed up in a case of ticket scalping involving ultras with links to the mob. ...More


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