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March 22, 2019

Soccer

US blends MLS, Europe-based talent to face Ecuador, Chile

US blends MLS, Europe-based talent to face Ecuador, Chile

US national team head coach Gregg Berhalter will see how top European-based players and Major League Soccer talent from his January camp mix when the Americans host friendlies against Ecuador and Chile.Berhalter, tasked with guiding the US squad back to the Wo

Beckham's Inter Miami win key lawmakers vote

Beckham's Inter Miami win key lawmakers vote

Former England star David Beckham's Inter Miami expansion team in Major League Soccer has won a key vote from city lawmakers in the suburban site where they plan a training complex.Fort Lauderdale City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to continue negotiat

Australia slammed for backing Asian football boss's new term

Australia slammed for backing Asian football boss's new term

Australia's football body announced its support for the re-election of under-fire Asian soccer chief Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al Khalifa on Monday, drawing criticism from a prominent campaigner who called it "sickening".Football Federation Australia said i

USSF 'surprised' by gender lawsuit, seeking dialogue

USSF 'surprised' by gender lawsuit, seeking dialogue

United States Soccer Federation (USSF) President Carlos Cordeiro said on Friday the body had been caught offguard by a gender discrimination lawsuit filed by the US women's national team but expressed optimism of resolving the dispute.In an open letter releas

Argentine midfielder Gaitan joins Chicago Fire: club

Argentine midfielder Gaitan joins Chicago Fire: club

Argentina international midfielder Nicolas Gaitan has joined Chicago Fire on a free transfer from Chinese club Dalian Yifang, the Major League Soccer side confirmed on Thursday.Gaitan, 31, arrives in MLS after making 28 appearances for Dalian, who he joined in

US stars rule out World Cup boycott over equality suit

US stars rule out World Cup boycott over equality suit

United States women's soccer stars Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe on Monday ruled out boycotting this year's World Cup as part of their fight for equal pay and conditions.Morgan and Rapinoe are among 28 members of the US women's national squad who on Friday