A moment of silence for the victims of the Paris attacks was booed by Turkish fans Tuesday during a friendly game against Greece, Reuters reported. Reuters reporter Ece Toksabay tweeted that the fans booed the minute of silence before breaking out into a chant of “Allah Akbar.” Video posted online showed the disruption and seemingly…
Plagued by delays and opposition at home, the World Cup in Brazil might be a turning point for sporting mega-events, forcing soccer’s governing body and the International Olympic Committee to accept less ambitious bids to reduce the risk of public backlash. Described by Brazil’s government as “the Cup to end all Cups,” the tournament kicked…
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After a goalie goes down from taking a hard kick trying to get the ball, the net is left open for an easy score. Instead of taking advantage of that, an opposing player kicks the ball out of bounds so the goalie can get medical attention.
The SEC and ESPN announced a 20-year agreement and rights extension on Thursday. The deal includes a new television network and digital platform that will show SEC sports 24/7, including more than 1,000 events in the first year.
After missing his team’s final soccer match last season because of cancer treatment, 8-year-old Atticus Lane-Dupre and the Green Machine scrimmaged the Portland Timbers thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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. Pia Sundhage’s five years in charge of Team USA ended Wednesday night with a fitting 6-2 win over Australia. While the head coach, Sundhage led the U.S. to two gold medals and 91 victories.
For nearly 70 minutes, Real Madrid and Man City were locked in a stalemate. What followed was pure pandemonium.
U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann speaks to the media following the 1-0 victory against Jamaica at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. He also discusses speaking with a fireman involved in September 11th and how it impacted his players.
USA desperately needed to win this match to stay in the hunt to qualify for the World Cup.