U.S. Wins Women's World Cup

U.S. Women's Team

U.S. Wins Women's World Cup

A dominant showing from Carli Lloyd, with three goals in the first half, pushed the USA to a comfortable 5-2 win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final.

Abramovich's Vision Coming Through

England

Abramovich's Vision Coming Through

After years of alternative sites and internal tensions, it appears everyone in blue finally agrees that Stamford Bridge should be the spot for a new arena.

Bradley Captaincy No Short-Term Move

United States

Bradley Captaincy No Short-Term Move

The star midfielder's turn as U.S. national team captain has seemed inevitable for a while and it isn't likely to end any time soon, writes Ives Galarcep.

Gerrard Predicts Hollywood Success

Major League Soccer

Gerrard Predicts Hollywood Success

The former Liverpool man and the LA Galaxy supporters became acquainted Saturday amid excitement about their relationship's future, writes Jon Arnold.

Argentina's Golden Generation Wasted

Argentina

Argentina's Golden Generation Wasted

Lionel Messi and his teammates fell to Chile on penalties, following an all-too-common script for this group of players, writes Ben Hayward.

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Carrasco to cost Spurs 18 million pounds
Tottenham has been quoted 18 million pounds if it is going to sign Monaco forward Yannick Ferreira Carrasco. The north Londoners have had a £10m bid  for the 21-year-old rejected.
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Arsenal makes Pedro contact
Arsenal has made contact with Barcelona winger Pedro's representative about a potential summer move.
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United launches Muslera bid
Manchester United has launched a 35 million euro bid for Galatasaray goalkeeper Fernando Muslera. The Uruguayan goalkeeper has been identified as David de Gea's replacement.
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