LOOK: USWNT players Alex Morgan and Heather O’Reilly reunite in France

Former U.S. soccer star Heather O’Reilly and current USWNT forward Alex Morgan are both overseas playing for European rivals, but they didn’t let that stop them from having an awesome reunion. Over the weekend, O’Reilly, who currently plays for Arsenal in London, traveled south from her current residence in England to visit Morgan, who currently plays for Lyon, in France. When...
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Carli Lloyd sent off after throwing elbow in FA Women’s Super League (video)

The red card will bring a three-match ban for Lloyd, who is on loan from the Houston Dash.
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Fire get three in MLS Team of the Week

Win games and you will have players make the Team of the Week. The Chicago Fire have won three in a row, all coming within an
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Notes from the rewatch: Nemanja Nikolic unable to beat Bill Hamid

Two recent trends with the Chicago Fire got flipped in Saturday's win at D.C. United, not even counting that it was the Fire's first road
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Chelsea striker target really keen on joining Manchester United, Jose Mourinho makes formal approach to sign him

Manchester United have made an official approach to understand if Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is for sale, the Daily Star has revealed. The 24-year-old has been also heavily linked with a move to Arsenal and Chelsea in recent weeks. The Spain international struggled to make an impact in the Spanish Liga since making his […]
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Why Arsene Wenger should remain at Arsenal

For the first time in two decades, Arsenal hasn’t finished in the top four in the English Premier League. All of those seasons have come under the management of Arsene Wenger, the longest-tenured manager in the league by a huge margin.For the casual soccer fan, top four doesn’t mean a ton. But finishing the league’s season in one of the first four spots guarantees a place in...
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Listen to DJ Step's "Chicago Fire Soccer 2017 Hot Mix"

The Chicago Fire are red-hot, so naturally they needed a mix to go with it. The Men in Red won for the third straight
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Mastroeni’s lineup shuffle limited the Rapids’ shot at redemption

Following the Colorado Rapids’ 3-0 loss to the Chicago Fire on May 17, head coach Pablo Mastroeni decided a change was in order. To spark his struggling club, Mastroeni made seven changes to the starting lineup ahead of the team’s match against the Philadelphia Union on Saturday. Despite holding an early lead after Caleb Calvert’s goal in the 16th minute, the Rapids fell to...
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Watch Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid sing after La Liga win, take shots at Barcelona

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Thierry Henry: Arsenal not good enough, no Champions League football is a disappointment

Club legend Thierry Henry says Arsenal's season should be archived as a disappointment after the Gunners failed to qualify for next season's Champions League. Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Liverpool will represent England next season with Manchester United joining them if they win the Europa League. Arsenal, on the other hand, will have to […]
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Does Carli Lloyd deserve to be suspended for three games for her red card with Man City?

Carli Lloyd’s highly anticipated stint playing overseas for Manchester City Women doesn’t appear to be ending well for the star midfielder. On Sunday, Lloyd could get slapped with a three-game suspension after she incurred a red card for elbowing Yeovil Town’s Annie Heatherson in the 89th minute of the two teams’ game Sunday. The suspension could mean that Lloyd, 34...
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official:Cuadrado signs until 2020!

Juventus sign Juan Cuadrado on a permanent deal until 30 June 2020 The post official:Cuadrado signs until 2020! appeared first on
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David Moyes resigns as Sunderland manager

Black Cats without a manager as Moyes walks away from Stadium of Light.
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Lallana sees room for improvement after season of progress

Adam Lallana wants Liverpool to use their top-four finish in the Premier League as a The post Lallana sees room for improvement after season of progress appeared first on
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John Terry explains 26th minute exit; winning bets revealed

JT subbed out early in final game for Chelsea, while plenty of bets were made on a 26th minute exit for the legendary skipper.
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Bayern closes incomplete season by bidding farewell to Xabi Alonso, Lahm

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What does Messi’s fourth Golden Shoe mean for FC Barcelona?

Lionel Messi, perhaps the greatest player to ever grace a football pitch, has had another stellar year. He has scored 37 goals in La Liga and 53 goals in all competitions. He has the Copa del Rey final to play against Deportivo Alavés. Messi will most likely lead his team to glory and to an important trophy. But at the end of the day, it is just the Copa del Rey. The competition...
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Mata wary of ‘dazzling’ Ajax

In his weekly blog, Juan Mata looks forward to Wednesday’s UEFA Europa League final. The post Mata wary of ‘dazzling’ Ajax appeared first on
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This Giovani Dos Santos goal was so good it made Taylor Twellman lose his mind

The EPL may have finished up its season today, and European leagues in general may have finished up this weekend, but MLS is still going strong.No one (aside from Don Garber) would say MLS displays soccer on par with those leagues, but that doesn’t mean the occasional highlight-level play can’t come from American soccer. And that was exemplified today via LA Galaxy/Mexican national...
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Sporting KC suffers 2-0 shutout loss to Whitecaps

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Ratings: Double-Digit Growth for NBCSN F1 Spanish Grand Prix, Double-Digit Declines for NASCAR Races on FS1

If you would like to ask about or request ratings for a program or event on these networks, please reach Douglas on Twitter @SonOfTheBronx.Ratings News and Notes Week 36-37 English Premier League soccer matches on NBCSN and CNBC from May 8, 10 and 12-14: Week 36: Middlesborough-Chelsea (NBCSN May 8 afternoon): 190,000 viewers (-54 percent from 417,000 of Tottenham-Chelsea May 2...
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French announcer loses mind as Ligue 2 team gains promotion on the last kick of the season

The French Ligue 2 soccer season came to a close on Friday afternoon and the final promotion place was in the balance until the very end.Those are intense dramatic stakes and when you combine intense dramatic stakes with foreign soccer broadcasters, you have a recipe for a magical result.That’s exactly what we got as Amiens had a goal-scoring opportunity in the 96th minute of the...
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The Brink: Nick Lima

Nick Lima is the epitome of a hometown kid. From Castro Valley to Berkeley, from Burlingame to San Jose, his footballing journey has taken him further than many could ever dream, all while being rooted in the Bay Area. Now in his rookie season for the San Jose Earthquakes, Lima's time to shine is now, as he's validated his place in the MLS while working through position changes and...
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Match Preview: Atlanta United vs. Houston Dynamo

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Has De Gea played his last game for Manchester United?

Sergio Romero put in another solid performance in Manchester United’s 0-0 draw with Southampton.  The big Argentine showed off his skill at saving penalties by denying Manolo Gabbiadini early in the game and earned a clean sheet.  All the chatter after the game though, was about the man who didn’t play. In fact, David De Gea wasn’t even in the 18 man squad in Southampton...
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The Arsene Wenger narrative has overshadowed a compelling Jose Mourinho crisis

Arsene Wenger in crisis. It has been the hot narrative this Premier League season. Would a finish outside the top four, the first of the Wenger era, finally be enough to force Le Professeur out of the Arsenal post he has held since 1996?This story is compelling – everyone enjoys Arsenal schadenfreude, aside from Arsenal fans – but it has overshadowed a predicament facing Jose...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

MLS has some crazy new ideas to attract more fans

Major League Soccer ratings have been a major issue for the soccer league. Despite the real interest in the sport, it just has not picked up steam in the United States.Back in 2016, an average of just 308,000 tuned into the 34 games that ESPN broadcasted. For comparison’s sake, this year’s NFL Draft had 6.7 million people tune in for the first day of its event (on a Thursday...
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Swiss soccer player scores on incredible bicycle kick… into his own goal

Adrien Gulfo of Pully Football pulled off an amazing bicycle kick to score a goal during a recent lower-league match in Switzerland.One problem (and quite a big one): Gulfo scored the goal for the opposition, FC Renens. Yep, Gulfo kicked the ball into his own goal.Own goals don’t get any more spectacular than this! Thankfully for Gulfo, he can laugh that play off now, as Pully...
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Diego Costa grabs John Terry’s groin area, smacks behind to celebrate EPL title win (VIDEO)

Chelsea clinched the 2016-17 English Premier League title on Friday after scoring a late goal to defeat West Bromwich Albion, 1-0. The Blues pulled off quite the turnaround in just one year, after finishing in 10th place last season. This title win marked their fifth in the Premier League era. Heading into the match, Chelsea maintained a seven-point lead over second-place Tottenham...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Kicking It: At the quarter mark of the MLS season nothing is certain

Hello and welcome to 'Kicking it' with Demetrius Bell and Megan Armstrong, two of Yardbarker's most discerning soccer specialists. Lots to cover this week, so let’s get right to it. Last time we talked we wondered if the Galaxy could turn it around, but maybe it’s the Rapids we should be more worried about as they’ve dropped five in a row just as the grind of the season sets...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

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