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Home > Soccer World Daily > Monday, Sept. 11, 2017

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Football Italia
Juventus shut out Barcelona twice in beating the Catalan club in the quarterfinals of the 2017 UEFA Champions League quarterfinals. They open the new season of group play on Tuesday at the Camp Nou, where Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri admits Juventus "has to play to score." Read the whole story
Roy Hodgson, 72, became Crystal Palace's ninth different manager, excluding interim manager Keith Millen, since chairman Steve Parish took over in 2010. Read the whole story
Tiny Chapecoense, which rejected the offer of relegation immunity after last year's plane crash, is in danger of just that, third from bottom of Brazil's Serie A, and fired its second coach in two months. Read the whole story
BBC Sport
A select committee hearing is planned for mid-October at which English FA officials will be called in a parliamentary inquiry into how investigations into England women's national team Mark Sampson's alleged "bullying and harassment" of Eniola Aluko were handled. Read the whole story
The Women's Game
A collective bargaining agreement for the players of the W-League, Australia's women's league, has been approved by Football Federation Australia and women's union members, effective for the league's 10th season, which begins later this year. Read the whole story

Fancy Bears, Russia and the World Cup cybersecurity threat

Cybersecurity has been an issue in our lives since the Internet took off in the mid-1990s. It became a central issue in the 2016 presidential campaign -- from Hillary Clinton's famous e-mails to the DNC hacking -- and introduced us to the term "trolling farms," a key part of Russia's efforts to manipulate public opinion leading up to the November 2016 election. ...More

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