Thursday, September 19, 2019
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FIFA Livid Over The Possibility Of A European Super Soccer...

The governing body of global soccer, FIFA, is irate and has issued a threat. If big brand teams such as Manchester United, Real Madrid and others form a European super soccer league without FIFA’s approval, any player who performs for those teams would be banned from playing in FIFA’s crown jewel event, the World Cup.

The Soccer World Does Not Want A La Liga Match In...

Major League Baseball is in the middle of its All Star tour of Japan. Recently, National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman said the league has plans to stage 2019 pre-season games in Germany and Switzerland with regular season games in Prague, the Czech Republic and Stockholm, Sweden.

London Calling, The NFL Is Listening Very Closely

The National Football League’s three game London home stand wraps up with the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars game. The National Football League ownership group has a very clear intent in scheduling matches in London.

Is An American, Canadian And Mexican Soccer League Possible?

Enrique Bonilla is not a well-known name in American soccer fans circles but Bonilla is well known in Mexico as the President of Mexico’s First Division in soccer and he has a thought about the future of soccer in North America.

Bradley Returns To US Soccer, But Columbia Wins 4-2 In Tampa

Carlos Bacca, Radamel Falcao and Miguel Borja scored second-half goals to lead Colombia over the United States 4-2 on Thursday night in an exhibition that marked the return of Bradley to the national team following a one-year absence.

FIFA Erases The Word Corruption From Its Ethics Code

If a company is under investigation by authorities in the United States and Switzerland for corruption, it probably is not the smartest thing for that company to update its ethics code and remove the word corruption and add defamation to the document.

Russia Wins Over The Heads Of FIFA And The IOC

That Vladimir Putin must be quite the charmer. The Russian President is back in the good graces of the head of soccer’s governing body, FIFA, and the President of the International Olympic Committee.

France Beats Croatia To Win Second World Cup Title

Kylian Mbappe and France put on a thrilling show in winning the World Cup title. All Russian President Vladimir Putin might remember is the Pussy Riot protest. The 19-year-old Mbappe became only the second teenager after Pele to score in a World Cup final, helping France beat Croatia 4-2 on Sunday.

Croatia In World Cup Final For First Time After Beating England

Croatia's legs seemed heavy, burdened by the accumulated toll of consecutive penalty-kicks wins needed to get this far. England had gone ahead with a free kick just five minutes in, dominated play and appeared headed to its first World Cup final since 1966.

Where Do World Cup Fans Meet? At Stalin’s Secret Bunker

Joseph Stalin's secret bunker has become the unlikely meeting point for thousands of fans who have descended on the Russian city of Samara during the World Cup.
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