Blatter Resigns As FIFA President

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Blatter Resigns As FIFA President

Just days after being re-elected, Sepp Blatter announced he will resign as FIFA president. A special election will determine his successor.

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Who Drives Your Club's Transfer Policy?

Chelsea, Arsenal, Man United and the other top sides in the Premier League are all using different strategies to get ahead in the transfer market.

U.S. U-20 Attacking Trio Steal The Show

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U.S. U-20 Attacking Trio Steal The Show

Rubio Rubin, Emerson Hyndman and Gedion Zelalem shined the brightest in the U.S. Under-20 World Cup team's 4-0 win over New Zealand.

Was Pirlo Or Xavi Greater?

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Was Pirlo Or Xavi Greater?

The two finest midfielders of their generation meet for one last time at the highest level Saturday, but which one of the two was better in their prime?

USWNT Still Feels Pain From 2011 Loss

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USWNT Still Feels Pain From 2011 Loss

Four years after World Cup heartbreak in Germany, bad memory still lingers with the U.S. women's national team heading into the 2015 competition.

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Porto among European suitors for Djaniny
Santos Laguna attacker Djaniny could be headed back to Europe with interest from Porto and two English teams. The Cape Verde international broke out with two goals during the Liguilla.
Source:
Mediotiempo
Werder Bremen interested in Lukas Podolski
Werder Bremen has made contact with Arsenal to explore the possibilty of a move for the World Cup winner. Galatasaray is said to be in pole position for the striker, who had an unsuccessful loan spell at Inter.
Source:
Gazzetta dello Sport

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