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Man City stunned behind closed doors in Moscow

The message will have been heard loud and clear across Europe.

Bayern Munich, themselves on the end of a thrashing in the European Champions League semifinals last year, dished out one of its own on Tuesday.

The German champions, led by former…


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Where has 'Super' Mario Balotelli gone?

One goal in eight matches for new club Liverpool, and dumped by the Italian national team. Perhaps the man known as "Super" Mario Balotelli isn't feeling quite so super at present.


US ties Honduras in Boca

Jozy Altidore scored in his return to his hometown, and the United States wasted a late lead for the second time in in five days in a 1-1 tie against Honduras on Tuesday night.


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Ronaldo surpasses 100 million Facebook followers

He might be fighting it out with Lionel Messi for the title of the world's top soccer player, but Cristiano Ronaldo is in a league of his very own when it comes to social media followers.


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Odegaard: Euro qualifying's youngest player at 15

Few 15-year-olds can claim to make history, but Martin Odegaard is fast accumulating a clutch of firsts in soccer.


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Why FIFA said 'no women allowed'

Sepp Blatter once suggested women footballers should wear tighter shorts -- now his organization, FIFA, has been accused of blatant sexism in its selection of the person to lead an investigation into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World…


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Beyonce, Jay-Z and David Beckham -- at a soccer game?

They're three of the world's biggest superstars -- but few would have expected to see them together taking in a soccer match in Paris.


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FIFA World Cup report 'should be publicized'

The man who has gone over the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups with a fine tooth comb wants FIFA to make his report public.


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Liverpool beats Middlesbrough in epic shootout

It was tense, nerve-shredding, prime-time viewing.


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Soccer injury? All you need is cheese

When it comes to curing soccer injuries all you need is cheese, according to coach Felix Magath. The former Fulham manager confirmed reports he suggested defender Brede Hangeland wrap cheese around his injured knee to help it heal.


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