A goalkeeper for an Indonesian football club died Sunday after colliding with another player during a match. Choirul Huda, 38, collided with his own teammate, Ramon Rodrigues, and a player from the opposing team after trying to recover the ball. WARNING: GRAPHIC TWITTER VIDEO He was rushed to the hospital where he later died, The Guardian reported. A statement released from the Dr Soegiri Lamongan Hospital stated that the collision impacted Huda’s chest and lower jaw resulting in the “possibility of chest trauma, head trauma and neck trauma.” Dr Yudistrio Andri Nugroho said that Huda’s injuries caused him to “stop breathing” which lead to him suffering cardiac arrest, Sky Sports reported. Huda
The Columbus Dispatch quickly posted a story with an anonymous source saying a deal to host home games at the University of Texas is “all but done” for 2019.
FC Dallas had a player in the game that night, midfielder Kellyn Acosta, a product of the FCD Academy. But he's only 22. The failure, in Hunt's eyes, was the result of almost a perfect storm -- that hole in the development of youth soccer for Americans between the ages of 24-29. "Their births were a little early with regard to MLS academy programs and development," Hunt explained. "They were in that window just before MLS academies took off. Academy programs have been around for six, seven years, but only in the last three, four years have they really exploded. "If you look at our under-20 and under-17 programs, they are filled with kids from our academies or kids who played against academy competition
Oct 15 (Gracenote) - Results and standings from the La Liga matches on Sunday Sunday, October 15 Girona FC 1 Villarreal 2 Malaga 0 Leganes 2 Real Betis 3 Valencia 6 Eibar 0 Deportivo Coruna 0
Two kids hopped over the wall near the end of Sunday’s farewell match, ran toward Kaká, fell to their knees and bowed at the soccer legend’s feet. Kaká, a polite and gentle role model until the very end, wrapped his arms around the two trespassers, tousled their hair and shepherded them off the field. “They told me they were going to miss me,” Kaká said after his final MLS game in an Orlando City uniform, “and I told them I was going to miss them.” It was one of many emotional moments for Kaká , whose tearful departure leaves soccer fans in this city conflicted and confounded. Sadly, his final home MLS match ended like too many other MLS matches during his three seasons in Orlando. The disappointing