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Sydney soccer clash incident free: police - 9news.com.au

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Sydney soccer clash incident free: police
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Football fans confronted with increased security at ANZ Stadium for the Sydney FC clash against English football giants Liverpool have been reassured by measures taken by police. Following the UK terror attack at Manchester Arena on Monday, extra ...
ABC Lambasted For “Horrendous” & “Disrespectful” Coverage Of Liverpool-Sydney FC Soccer MatchB&T
Soccer-Klopp hoping for quick Liverpool transfer businesseuronews

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China gets tough on soccer transfer rules - Wide World of Sports

China gets tough on soccer transfer rules
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China are to tighten rules over their domestic soccer teams splashing out on high-profile players, creating potential obstacles for clubs making splashy signings on overseas players. Chinese clubs that are "loss-making", now a large portion of domestic ...

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Australian soccer coach freed after hostage ordeal in Yemen - The Sydney Morning Herald

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Australian soccer coach freed after hostage ordeal in Yemen
The Sydney Morning Herald
An Australian soccer coach held hostage in Yemen since October has been released. Craig McAllister has been reported as safe and well following months of what Foreign Minister Julie Bishop called "patient work" by the Australian government. SHARE
Aussie soccer coach Craig Bruce McAllister held hostage in Yemen for 8 months finally freedThe West Australian

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Monaco sign Belgian soccer star Tielemans - SBS - The World Game

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Monaco sign Belgian soccer star Tielemans
SBS - The World Game
French soccer champions Monaco have signed midfielder Youri Tielemans on a five-year deal from Belgian side Anderlecht. Tielemans scored 16 goals in 49 appearances this past season for Anderlecht, helping them become Belgian champions and ...

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Home Sports College Soccer: Former Parkway star Funderburk enjoying life as a Lady Rafter; team... - Bossier Press-Tribune Online

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Home Sports College Soccer: Former Parkway star Funderburk enjoying life as a Lady Rafter; team...
Bossier Press-Tribune Online
When former Parkway star Sara Funderburk learned there was going to be a local Women's Premier Soccer League expansion team, she knew it was something she wanted to be a a part of. Funderburk, who just completed her freshman year at LSU, ...


Judah vs. the Machines: Robots are still laughably awful at playing soccer - TechCrunch

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Judah vs. the Machines: Robots are still laughably awful at playing soccer
TechCrunch
Robots may have the upper hand on math and science and pretty much everything else we learn using computers, but when it comes to athletics, no one can quite kick around a ball like a human can. In this installment of Judah vs the Machines, actor Judah ...

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One man's cross-country soccer journey takes him next to Grand Rapids FC - MLive.com

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One man's cross-country soccer journey takes him next to Grand Rapids FC
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OK, Steve Bernasconi may love soccer so much he's spending eight months experiencing it across the country, but his best friend is a white 2004 Honda Odyssey. That's his travel partner and his personal Motel Six many nights on a journey most soccer ...


Soccer season in full force - Gloucester Advocate

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Soccer season in full force
Gloucester Advocate
Is there anything better than a hard-fought game of kids soccer on a Saturday morning? Well, the battle between HSV (white) and Autolec (blue) gave parents much to cheer about with everyone on the field giving their all. Both teams improving positional ...


Soccer: Prolific Kubo, promising Kato in Japan squad for qualifier - euronews

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Soccer: Prolific Kubo, promising Kato in Japan squad for qualifier
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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic named prolific Gent striker Yuya Kubo and promising Bulgaria-based midfielder Kohei Kato in his 25-member squad for next month's friendly against Syria and World Cup qualifier against Iraq on Thursday.

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Chinese Teams Face Paying Twice for Soccer Stars Under New Rules - Bloomberg

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Chinese Teams Face Paying Twice for Soccer Stars Under New Rules
Bloomberg
Chinese teams will effectively pay twice to purchase soccer stars after authorities announced regulations designed to curb overspending that threatens to create a bubble in the $5 billion global player-trading market. Money-losing clubs that buy ...

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