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  • Spanish third-division club's tuxedo T-shirt kit cannot be topped

    Proving beyond all doubt that the Spanish lower divisions are the front lines for innovative football fashions, third-division club Cultural Leonesa will be bringing a touch of (lower) class to the pitch with a black kit that includes a tuxedo T-shirt design.

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo dodges giant dandruff balls in ridiculous shampoo commercial

    Cristiano Ronaldo has starred in many, many advertisements, but this one for Clear shampoo is both the best of them all. In this commercial, Ronaldo is inside a pinball game called "Dandruff Attack." So right from the start you know that this viewing experience is going to change your life for the…

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  • 7 Signs You're About to be Fired

    Did your mistake cost you your job? How can you tell? Here are some signs youre about to get the boot.

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  • James Rodriguez signs 6-year deal with Real Madrid

    MADRID (AP) — After scoring the most goals of any player at the World Cup, Colombia forward James Rodriguez signed a six-year deal with Real Madrid on Tuesday.

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    Wondolowski moved on from World Cup miss

    The San Jose Earthquakes forward wouldn’t have changed anything about his World Cup experience with the USA national team.

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  • Loew made honorary citizen of his hometown

    Germany's World Cup-winning coach Joachim Loew is to be made an honorary citizen of his hometown of Schoenau im Schwarzwald, the town mayor said on Tuesday. "We are proud of Jogi Loew. He has carried the name of Schoenau throughout the world," mayor Peter Schelshorn told the DPA news agency. Loew,…

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  • Gerrard leaves England with tears for souvenirs

    As Steven Gerrard soaked up thunderous applause from England's supporters at full-time in Belo Horizonte, he looked surprised and relieved by the generous response to his team's dismal World Cup campaign. The 17-minute substitute appearance in a meaningless draw against Costa Rica proved to be…

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  • Brazil turn back to Dunga as Scolari successor

    The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) on Tuesday appointed Dunga as coach, replacing Luiz Felipe Scolari, whose contract was not renewed after the hosts' World Cup semi-final thrashing by Germany. The 50-year-old Dunga, Brazil's 1994 World-Cup winning skipper, takes the reins for a second time…

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  • Everton: Summer So Far

    Everton is the latest club under the microscope as Steve Rothgeb takes a close look at the goings on at Goodison Park.

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  • Guardiola expects to keep Green with Bayern Munich

    Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola expects to keep young American forward Julian Green with the club this season instead of loaning him to another team. The 19-year-old, who scored against Belgium in the World Cup, spent most of last season with Bayern Munich II in the German fourth tier. He made…

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  • Dunga returns for second stint as Brazil coach

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil is bringing back Dunga to coach the national football team, four years after he was fired from the same job.

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  • MP calls for Premier League boycott

    A British lawmaker called on Tuesday for fans to boycott English Premier League football matches in protest at the high number of foreign players taking part in the competition. The overseas presence was making it impossible for England to win the World Cup again, claimed David Amess, a member of…

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  • Soccer-Real Madrid sign Colombian Rodriguez

    Real Madrid have signed Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez from Monaco, the La Liga club said on Tuesday. "Real Madrid and AS Monaco have reached an agreement for the transfer of James Rodriguez that will see keep him at the club for the next six seasons," Real said in a statement on their…

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  • Shakhtar midfielder says players' lives at risk

    Douglas Costa says he and his fellow players who are refusing to return to Ukrainian champion Shakhtar Donetsk do so because the conflict in the country puts their lives at risk.

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  • U.S. Soccer team captain Dempsey to front EA's FIFA 15

    Clint Dempsey led the men's U.S. soccer team further than many people expected it would go in the 2014 World Cup. Now Electronic Arts is hoping he'll lead people to the latest installment of FIFA.

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  • Fans attack ex-Arsenal defender in Brazil

    Andre Santos, a defender with struggling Brazilian top flight side Flamengo, was attacked by fans following Sunday's 4-0 thrashing by Internacional in what his club called a "cowardly" act. The loss left the once proud Rio side bottom of the table after a run of just one win in 11 games. The fans…

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  • Real's headline catch Rodriguez unveiled to huge crowd at Bernabeu

    Colombia's World Cup revelation James Rodriguez was unveiled as Real Madrid's latest headline signing in front of tens of thousands of fans at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday. Rodriguez, the top scorer at the World Cup in Brazil, has moved to the European champions from Monaco on a six-season…

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  • Soccer-Champions League qualifying round 2 results

    July 22 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from the Champions League Qualifying Round 2 second leg matches on Tuesday Qualifying Round 2Tuesday, July 22, second legCeltic (Scotland) - KR (Iceland) 4-0 (halftime: 3-0) First leg: KR - Celtic 0-1. Celtic win 5-0 on aggregate.Debrecen (Hungary) -…

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  • West Brom get double boost as Foster stays on

    New West Bromwich Albion boss Alan Irvine was in upbeat mood after England goalkeeper Ben Foster signed a new contract keeping him with the Premier League club on a four-year deal on Tuesday. Meanwhile defender Andre Wisdom has joined on a season-long loan from Liverpool. The 31-year-old Foster…

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  • We tried, but we're slipping -- Brazil's Neymar

    Sifting through the ruins of Brazil's World Cup campaign, star player Neymar says his team strove hard for glory, but other countries have moved ahead and they must catch up. While refusing to pin the blame on former handler Luiz Felipe Scolari, Neymar also warned young players to beware the damage…

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  • Capitol Citizen Living Portraits: Peeta Mellark

    Capitol Couture has been waiting eagerly for the next wave of incredible images of our cherished elite, and here they are!

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