Ellis Proves Doubters Wrong

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Ellis Proves Doubters Wrong

The U.S. coach again pushed the right buttons as the Americans secured the World Cup trophy with an emphatic win over Japan, writes Thomas Floyd.

An Artist In The Era Of Athletes

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An Artist In The Era Of Athletes

With Andrea Pirlo leaving Italy and heading to New York City FC, Carlo Garganese says Major League Soccer is getting Italy's greatest ever midfielder.

Lloyd Leads U.S. With Final For The Ages

U.S. Women's Team

Lloyd Leads U.S. With Final For The Ages

Carli Lloyd capped an impressive knockout stage with a performance that won't soon be forgotten by U.S. fans, writes Thomas Floyd.

Unusual Ways Footballers Avoid Bad Luck

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Unusual Ways Footballers Avoid Bad Luck

From holy water to spraying Gatorade to kissing teammates, Goal takes a look at some of the unusual things footballers have done to avoid bad luck.

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Gold Cup Experts Preview Group A

Goal's Jon Arnold takes a look at the Gold Cup's toughest group, getting expert analysis on each country's expectations, omissions and controversies.

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Tottenham flop Roberto Soldado is holding talks with Villarreal over a potential summer move to the Madrigal. The 30-year-old is valued at 16 million euros by Spurs, a fee just out of the Liga club's reach at the moment.
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