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Brazil 1 Chile 0 -- a game shaped by refereeing

So who needs travel? My 9:30 am Sunday breakfast in New York was spent mostly watching a telecast from London ... featuring two of South America's top teams, Brazil and Chile.

Why are England's clubs so barely English?

With the inglorious exit of Everton -- bounced out of the Europa League by a 5-2 mauling from Dynamo Kiev -- the participation of English clubs in this season's European competition has come to an abrupt and really rather shocking halt.

Why are goalkeepers allowed to get away with this?

The picture below is from Saturday's Dallas-Kansas City game. It shows Dallas goalkeeper Chris Seitz in the process of punching the ball away.

Kaka comes through; Villa not quite; Kelly not at all

The great Orlando-New York clash managed to do what so often doesn't get done ... it produced a wonderfully climactic finish and the right result.

IFAB nearly gets one right, UEFA gets it all wrong

Well, well -- how about this? Had to happen some time, I suppose, so here we are: I find myself in agreement with an IFAB decision. At least, partially so.