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Home > Soccer World Daily > Wednesday, June 14, 2017
The last time the USA played in the quadrennial Confederations Cup, whose latest edition kicks off Saturday with the Mexico representing Concacaf, came in 2009. Coach Bob Bradley's team finished runner-up, falling to 3-2 to Brazil in the final after upsetting European champion Spain, 2-0, in the semifinals. Read the whole story

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Houston Chronicle
Erick Torres, who has resurrected his career with 10 goals for the Houston Dynamo, was disappointed that he's not included among 25 players on the experimental team Mexico will choose from for the Gold Cup. Read the whole story
Newsweek
Defender Victor Lindelof became the latest Benfica player to command a high transfer fee as the Portuguese club sold the 22-year-old Swede to Manchester United for a fee of more than $50 million. Read the whole story
Guardian
After Mauricio Pochettino and Ronald Koeman, Frenchman Claude Puel is the latest manger to leave Southampton, which fired him after one season in charge. The Saints finished eighth in the EPL and reached the League Cup final but fans weren't happy with the club's play. Read the whole story
Deutsche-Welle
Bayern Munich paid a record $46 million (up to $53 million with performance bonuses) for 22-year-old French midfielder Corentin Tolisso from Lyon. Read the whole story
BBC Sport
Chinese second division club Shenzhen fired Swedish coach Sven-Goran Eriksson after just six months in charge and welcomed back replacement Wang Baoshan with a poem. Read the whole story

Mostly tight World Cup qualifying races as Europe breaks for summer

The long European season is finally over. National teams will break for the summer before the mad dash to the finish line in World Cup qualifying. After playing just six games over the first five FIFA calendar windows, European teams will play four games over the next two windows to leave room for playoffs in November. ...More


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