International Soccer

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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The Chivas duo, who both spent time in Major League Soccer, are set to start Wednesday's friendly against the United States.

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The Russia Football Union president Nikolai Tolstoy has admitted there are still problems in paying Fabio Capello and his coaching staff.

Monday, April 13, 2015

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The Mexican-American goalkeeper is staying committed to the United States, even though he could face the country of his birth.

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Playing Mexico will mean "the world" to United States forward Gyasi Zardes as the home side looks to reverse a form slump in Texas.

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While the Mexico manager would love to top the United States, he's far more concerned with doing so this summer, writes Jon Arnold.

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A veteran-laden U.S. national team will face Mexico on Wednesday, but it is the relatively new faces that will attract the most attention.

Friday, April 10, 2015

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The head of Croatia's FA criticised calls for him to use his place on UEFA's executive committee to get rid of the country's punishment for racist chants.

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The Mexico manager is taking a second look at nearly half a dozen players he called in March, giving them the inside track for a spot on the Copa America roster.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

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The winger has enjoyed a superb season to date and many speculated he could be included in the Three Lions squad, but was overlooked in the recent internationals.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

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Current Chivas duo Erick Torres and Carlos Salcedo will return to the United States, where they made their names in MLS, for an April friendly.

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Montenegro has paid the price for crowd trouble in its Euro 2016 qualifier against Russia, which has been awarded a 3-0 Group G victory.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

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The Mexican forward's injury struggles continue with his status in doubt for the weekend.

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Goal's CONCACAF columnist takes a look around the region and evaluates where teams are at after friendlies, playoffs and World Cup qualification matches.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

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The Portuguese signed a contract in September committing himself to the country until World Cup 2018 but has now decided to depart.

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After Cape Verde stunned the Seleccao in one of the shock results of the season, Goal takes a closer look at its football heritage.