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WATCH Europa League Highlights From Benfica vs Spurs, Fiorentina vs Juve and More [VIDEO]

The Round of 16 in the UEFA Europa League is over, and we now know the eight teams that have qualified for the latter stages of the tournament. If you missed today’s Europa League games, or you want to see the goals again, watch the following videos: Benfica vs Tottenham […]

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Could ESPN Show Select Champions League Games As Result Of FOX-ESPN USMNT-MLS TV Deal?

One of the possibilities of FOX and ESPN’s expected acquisition of the joint TV rights to US Men’s National Team and MLS for 2015-2022 is that it could allow ESPN to offer show some UEFA Champions League matches on its network or online as part of its deal with FOX. […]

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European Soccer Calendar Needs to Change to Summer Schedule, Says Rummenigge

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge the Chairman of FC Bayern, the reigning Bundesliga and European champion, has a radical idea for the sport. He wants the European soccer clubs to move to a summer calendar especially in light of the potential move of the 2022 FIFA World Cup to winter. This suggestion will […]

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Website Stops Creating Animated GIFs of Soccer Goals After Receiving Take Down Notices From Premier League & UEFA

Popular animated GIF website Feint Zebra has stopped producing animated GIFs of goals because the site owner has received take down notices from the Premier League and UEFA, as well as Twitter removing many of its tweets due to DMCA takedown notices from the Premier League. Sites that create animated […]

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Michel Platini Orders Probe Into Yaya Toure Racism Incident: Daily Soccer Report

UEFA President Michel Platini has demanded an internal investigation look into why the UEFA protocol wasn’t followed by the referee in the Champions League match between CSKA Moscow and Manchester City earlier this week. The new UEFA protocol to combat racism says that the referee should stop the game if […]

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UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 Preview

The 2013 UEFA Women’s Euro kicks off on Wednesday, July 10 in Sweden, the host nation. For viewers in the United States, all games will be shown live on ESPN3. The venues for the Championship will include the 30,000 seater Friends Arena, which will host the final on July 28. […]

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UEFA Proposes New Minimum 10-Game Ban for Racist Abuse: The Daily EPL

UEFA has proposed a new minimum 10-game ban for racist abuse. UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino outlined the plans at this week’s SoccerEx conference. “We have to have sanctions and they must have a deterrent effect,” said Infantino. “What we are proposing is if a player or official is convicted of […]

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2011: A New Start For Italian Football

2010 was a bad year for Italian football. I tried to think of the positives, but very few came to mind. A disastrous World Cup in South Africa, a bad showing in the Europa League, and only a Champions League victory (guided by a Portuguese mastermind) which retains some dignity […]

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Italy Out of 2012 Olympics

One Italian national team played a match yesterday, and the results were quite dispiriting.  With a seemingly safe 2-0 aggregate lead over Belarus, the Italian U-21 club found a way to lose 3-1 in the return match and be eliminated from the UEFA U-21 championship.  The practical result is that […]

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