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Home > Soccer World Daily > Wednesday, July 12, 2017

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RTL Nieuws
Dutch authorities were investigating a post on a chat room used by the Islamic State threatening a match at the UEFA Women's Tournament that will be played in the Netherlands. The match in question is the July 19 game in Utrecht between England and Scotland. Read the whole story
BBC Sport
Brazilian Dani Alves, one of the best players during the 2016-17 European season with Juventus, signed as a free agent with French club Paris St. Germain, passing up a chance to be reunited with Pep Guardiola, his coach at Barcelona, at Manchester City. Read the whole story
Bayern Munich's Brazilian winger, Douglas Costa, joined Italian champion Juventus on loan for a fee of six million euros ($6.8 million). The agreement includes an option for Juve to buy Costa for 40 million euros ($48.8 million). Read the whole story
German star Mesut Ozil says it is his preference to remain at Arsenal, and his future will be decided after the Gunners' pre-season tour of Australia and China. Read the whole story
Daily Mail
Borussia Dortmund scoring ace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could be headed to Chelsea. China's Tianjin Quanjin was set to pull out of the running after the 28-year-old Gabonese striker's intentions became clear. Read the whole story

Chuck Blazer dies at age of 72

Chuck Blazer, the larger-than-life American soccer executive who became the symbol of the excesses in international soccer, died on Wednesday at the age of 72. Before he became a whistleblower and the center of attention of the Federal investigation that resulted in indictments against dozens of soccer and marketing executives, Blazer had been highly influential in U.S. Soccer and FIFA. ...More

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