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Home > Soccer World Daily > Saturday, July 15, 2017
Costa Rica (3-0 winner over French Guiana) and Canada (0-0 tie with Honduras) clinched berths in the quarterfinals of the Gold Cup, while Honduras (with four points but without a goal in three games) will likely qualify (thanks to its forfeit win over French Guiana). Read the whole story

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Goal.com
Sources told Goal.com that Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore will join the U.S. national team from Toronto FC for the knockout stages of the Gold Cup. Each team can make up to six changes for the quarterfinals. Players must come from its provisional roster of 40 players. Read the whole story
BBC Sport
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, linked with the LA Galaxy in recent days, could stay at Manchester United. United manager Jose Mourinho said it was still possible the 35-year-old Swedish striker, currently recovering from knee surgery, re-signed. "If the decision is to stay and wait until December -- he can't be back until ... Read the whole story
Guardian
Manchester City acquired Tottenham defender Kyle Walker for a transfer fee with add-ons that could rise to 53 million pounds (more than $69 million). With the add-ons, it would make Walker the most expensive defender in history, eclipsing the fee of $65 million Paris St. Germain paid for Chelsea's ... Read the whole story
Diego Costa and Nemanja Matic, rumored to be on their way out of Chelsea, won't take part in the Blues' pre-season tour of the Far East. Costa might head to Atletico Madrid, while Matic could be Italy-bound. Read the whole story

England among the possible upsetters at Women's 2017 Euros

An encouraging and historic third-place finish at the 2015 Women's World Cup has fueled optimism among the players and head coach of England, which is one of several nations hoping to spring a surprise at the 2017 European Championships. ...More


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