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Home > Soccer World Daily > Thursday, June 15, 2017

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FIFA technical director Marco van Basten says that mobbing -- what MLS terms mass confrontation -- will be one of FIFA's first targets during the Confederations Cup in Russia as part of its so-called "play fair" initiative. Read the whole story
Doping, human rights, hooliganism and freedom of expression are major issues in Russia, and German soccer federation Reinhard Grindel will have his organization embark upon a mission involving German national team players to put these issues under the microscope at the Confederations Cup. Read the whole story
Daily Telegraph
Everton signed 24-year-old attacking midfielder Davy Klaassen, one of the stars of of Ajax's recent run to the Europa League final, to take its spending to almost $69 million in two days. Read the whole story
PA Sport
French club Nantes signed 65-year-old Italian Claudio Ranieri, who led Leicster City to the 2016 EPL title, to a two-year contract. The move needed approval from the French League. Read the whole story
Paris St. Germain coach Unai Emery would love for 18-year-old Monaco forward Kylian Mbappe to move to the Parc des Princes and isn't shy about saying it. Read the whole story
Europe is the only continent where U-21 competitions are a big deal. The 2017 UEFA Under-21 Championship kicks off Friday in Poland, where many young stars will be on display. Read the whole story

The Development Academies: The saga ends

Well, actually, the Development Academies (DA) saga does not end here, but my story ends. I had been writing about the DAs for the past couple of weeks so this will be my conclusive article. ...More

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