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    Leicester City – Premier League Champions

    Cries of “Champions” rang throughout King Power Stadium on Saturday before Leicester’s 3-1 win over Everton. Leicester City FC—a team almost every betting agency, expert, and soccer fan alike predicted would […]

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    Gary Neville’s Tenure at Valencia CF

    After one of the worst seasons in the team’s history, Spanish club Valencia CF have decided to fire manager Gary Neville after only four months in charge. Neville, former Manchester […]

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    A Not So Super League

    Soccer, especially in Europe, has often been viewed as unfair for smaller teams that have less money to spend on transfers and investments. This season, however, is proving that idea […]

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Jurgen Klinsmann’s Inconsistency Destroying US Soccer

On March 25, the US Men’s National Team (USMNT) suffered a devastating 2-0 loss to Guatemala in Guatemala City. Since taking over the team in 2011, US manager Jurgen Klinsmann has received harsh criticism for the way he has managed his team since the last World Cup in 2014. This loss to Guatemala, the first loss to the Central American nation since 1998, […]

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Heading Into Trouble


Concussions resulting from playing American football, especially at a young age, have sparked a debate about the sport and the long-term health of its players. People around the world, in countries where football isn’t even played, know the risks and physical costs of playing the game. But what about concussions in the world’s most popular sport: soccer? Soccer’s physicality and health […]

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Gianni Infantino, the New Leader of World Football


As the FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) Presidential elections neared, soccer fans were left wondering: Who can restore transparency and efficiency to the organization so plagued by the tyrannical reign of Sepp Blatter? The organization responsible for running the footballing world elected Gianni Infantino, former Secretary General of UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) new leader on February 26, 2016. Most […]

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US Soccer Federation sues Women’s National Team


This February, the US Soccer Federation (USSF) sued the US Women’s National Team Player Association in fear that they will go on strike and miss the 2016 Olympics over a disagreement about their current collective bargaining agreement (CBA). The lawsuit was filed in a federal court in Chicago by the USSF, which hopes that the ruling will reaffirm the validity […]

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PSG 2-1 Chelsea, Leg 1


PSG and Chelsea renewed their Champions League rivalry with the first leg of the Round of 16 tie on Tuesday at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France. PSG dominated the game, with 62% possession and 18 shots compared to Chelsea’s 8. How did that happen? The game started with PSG pressuring Chelsea heavily in the first 20 minutes, threatening their makeshift back […]

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China’s Evolution into a Soccer Powerhouse


As the January transfer window comes to a close, the biggest eye-opener for soccer fans has been the number of big-name signings by Chinese clubs. A period usually characterized by big-name signings or buying sprees by European clubs has been overshadowed by the unavoidable truth that Chinese soccer is on the rise domestically and internationally – and it is good […]

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