1. Early Look at Ali Krieger in ESPN's Body Issue

    Ali Krieger is currently anchoring the defense for the United States women's national team in a quest for their first World Cup in 16 years...

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  2. Miranda Proves His Worth to Dunga's New-Look Brazil

    While Brazil continue to battle the sea of change, negotiating the choppy waters of a first competitive tournament since that World Cup disaster, amidst the search for a new identity, there has been one constant presence...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 8 days ago 4,432 reads 12 comments

  3. Mauricio Isla Rescues Chile Against Uruguay as Alexis Sanchez Fails to Shine

    ESTADIO NACIONAL, Santiago — After conducting his post-match interview, on the pitch, Alexis Sanchez walked towards Chile fans gathered in the stand by the tunnel and hurled his shirt into their midst...

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  4. With the Pressure Mounting, Should Abby Wambach Start for the USWNT vs. China?

    Abby Wambach entered the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup with a burning desire to win her first World Cup trophy in Canada...

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  5. Vine: Isla Scores Low Blast to Give Chile Lead

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  6. Video: Cavani Sent off vs. Chile

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  7. Southgate Wants to Stay as U21s Boss

    Gareth Southgate says he wants to stay as England Under-21's coach despite their group-stage exit from the European Championship...

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  8. Good Intentions: The USWNT's Fired Kit Man

    Behind every U.S. World Cup team is a dedicated support staff that works long hours with little recognition...

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  9. Squads Named for Chile-Uruguay Copa QF

    Este miércoles comienzan los Cuartos de Final de la Copa América 2015. A las 20:30 h en el estadio Nacional de Santiago se enfrentarán Chile – Uruguay con arbitraje de Sandro Ricci de Brasil...

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  10. Kane the Only Bright Spot as Sloppy England Crash out

    England's hopes of reaching the semi-finals of the European Under 21 Championship were crushed by Italy on Wednesday night. Goals from Andrea Belotti and Marco Benassi (2) condemned the Young Lions to a 3-1 defeat...

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  11. England Get Knocked out of U21 Euros After Italy Capitalise on Old Mistakes

    England were knocked out of the 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championship on Wednesday night when a 3-1 defeat to Italy saw Gareth Southgate ’s side finish dead last in their group...

    Stefan Bienkowski Written by Stefan Bienkowski about 9 days ago 12,281 reads 57 comments

  12. Freddy Adu Scores 1st Goal in over 1,000 Days

    Freddy Adu scored his first goal in 1004 days as he hit the net for Finnish side kuPS's reserve team tonight.....

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  13. Italy Score Twice in Quick Succession vs. England in U21 European Championships

    When it rains, it pours—that's what England's U21 side learned as it conceded two goals in a minute in its clash with Italy on Wednesday. Andrea Belotti scored from an acrobatic move that put the Italians ahead 1-0 in the 25th minute...

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  14. Irish FA Denies Players Were Paid to Protect Lionel Messi in 2010 Friendly

    The Irish Football Association has categorically denied claims that their players were offered $10,000 each not to kick Lionel Messi in a friendly against Argentina in 2010...

    Matt Jones Written by Matt Jones about 9 days ago 13,597 reads 95 comments

  15. Klinsmann: Experience Key for Gold Cup Defense

    The time to experiment and introduce new talent into the U.S. Men's National Team is not over. It has just been put on pause.....

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  16. USA-Colombia Breaks FOX TV Record for Soccer

    There's a lesson Fox is learning with the Women's World Cup, and that's if you smack a red, white and blue flag on something—or black, white and slime, thankyouverymuch Nike—people will tune in...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 9 days ago 555 reads 0 comments

  17. Japan Step Up a Gear and Remain a Huge Threat to Win the Women's World Cup

    On Tuesday evening Norio Sasaki’s Japan became the last team to book their place in the FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-finals...

    Andrew Gibney Written by Andrew Gibney about 9 days ago 7,018 reads 15 comments

  18. Robinho Ready to Fill Neymar's Shoes at Copa America

    The hottest ticket in town even when he’s not around, much of the talk about Brazil’s progress into the knockout stages of the Copa America continues to revolve around Neymar ...

    Robbie Blakeley Written by Robbie Blakeley about 9 days ago 10,408 reads 21 comments

  19. Chile's Alexis Sanchez, Arturo Vidal and Jorge Valdivia Must Break Down Uruguay

    Chilean hearts will be in Chilean mouths on Wednesday night, when they take on Uruguay at Estadio Nacional in Santiago. It's the tournament's strongest attacking force pitted against the meanest central defensive partnership...

    Rik Sharma Written by Rik Sharma about 9 days ago 2,496 reads 6 comments

  20. Morgan Brian Set to Step into Spotlight

    The final whistle hadn't yet blown during Monday's round-of-16 match between the U.S. and Colombia, but U.S. manager Jill Ellis was already thinking ahead...

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  21. How Should USWNT Boss Jill Ellis Shape Her Midfield vs. China?

    The United States women's national soccer team suffered two potential blows to its FIFA Women's World Cup title hopes in the 17th and 42nd minutes against Colombia on Monday ...

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  22. Alex Morgan Always Wanted to Be a Star, and an Orca

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  23. How Losing Rapinoe and Holiday Will Affect U.S.

    The United States will face its biggest challenge yet in the Women's World Cup quarterfinals, and it will have nothing to do with the team across the field...

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  24. Wambach Apologies for Referee Comments

    United States striker Abby Wambach has apologised for her suggestion the referee targeted certain American players for yellow cards in her team's Womens World Cup game against Colombia on Monday...

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  25. Cavani Trains with Uruguay After Father Arrest

    Uruguay manager Oscar Tabarez expressed hope Tuesday that Edinson Cavani would stay with the squad after the striker's father was arrested following a fatal traffic accident...

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