Tuesday, July 7, 2015

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The USWNT will receive $2 million for its tournament championship, which in itself, is dwarfed by the $9 million the USMNT earned in 2014.

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A study by Soccerex looks at the top valued players under the age of 21, with the likes of Luke Shaw and Raheem Sterling featuring on the list

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Goal's Jon Arnold looks at Gold Cup Group B, asking local experts about key players, omissions and controversies surrounding their sides.

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The U.S. national team begins defense of its Gold Cup title on Tuesday in a match against Honduras, which is now coached by a familiar and difficult foe.

Monday, July 6, 2015

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Half a dozen years since he signed for the Blancos from Manchester United, Goal takes a look at his most memorable incidents at the Santiago Bernabeu

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Alejandro Bedoya has yet to regain full fitness after being sidelined by a knee ailment he is blaming his club side for being slow to diagnose.

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After the Italian midfielder signed with New York City FC on Monday, a team source shot down any notion that he could be loaned to the Premier League side.

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Harold Mayne-Nicholls can't take part in any soccer-related activity for seven years, FIFA's ethics committee ruled.

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Half a dozen years since he signed for the Blancos from Manchester United, Goal takes a look at his most memorable incidents at the Santiago Bernabeu

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The former Juventus star midfielder will play in Major League Soccer, where he will join David Villa and Frank Lampard in the Big Apple.

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Haiti is not among the favorites for the CONCACAF Gold Cup, but coach Marc Collat believes otherwise ahead of its opener against Panama.

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With the first half of the 2015 MLS season in the books, here is a look at the players who have been the league's best performers.

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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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Left in disbelief at how the United States defeated Japan on Sunday, Abby Wambach was proud to be part of a win that had long eluded her, writes Simon Fudge.

Sunday, July 5, 2015

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Brazil had to do without Neymar at the Copa America because Dunga asked the CBF not to appeal the striker's ban, the general secretary claims.