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Home > Soccer World Daily > Monday, June 26, 2017

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When Mexico star Javier Hernandez trained on his own Monday in the final practice session before El Tri departed for Sochi and its Confederations Cup semifinal match against Germany, it set off alarm bells in the media. But the Mexico camp downplayed Chicharito's condition as "not a problem" and ... Read the whole story
FIFA re-laid the grass at the St. Petersburg stadium that hosted the Confederations Cup opener and will host Sunday's final after it sustained damage from use during the tournament. Groundskeepers at the 68,000-seat stadium, a 2018 World Cup stadium, had to hastily re-lay the grass in April after ... Read the whole story
BBC Sport
Dutchman Frank de Boer, who has signed a three-year deal as Crystal Palace manager in place of Sam Allardyce, says he is excited to join the London club because it is ready to "spend a lot of money." it Read the whole story
French forward Valere Germain has left Monaco, where he scored 10 goals in its 2016-17 Ligue 1 championship season, to sign with Marseille on a four-year contract. Read the whole story
Football Italia
The owners of Fiorentina are the latest Italian soccer owners wanting to sell The Della Valle family said in a statement it is "absolutely ready, in light of the dissatisfaction of supporters, to step aside and hand the club to whoever wants to buy it and manage as they see ... Read the whole story

Michael Garcia of FIFA fame is back in the news

The last time Michael Garcia was in the news was six weeks ago when he was interviewed for the job of FBI director following President Donald Trump's controversial firing of James Comey. ...More

The Gnat's Eyebrow and other VAR stupidities

The trial of video-assistance for referees currently under way at the Confederations Cup in Russia cannot be said to have cleared anything up. There remains a good deal of confusion. ...More

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