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August 19, 2017 12:01 UTC
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Soccer This Weekend

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With the return of the final three major leagues, this weekend sees the true return of European action.

The Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A all kick off their seasons this weekend to headline a hectic period of soccer action. With MLS in full swing and Europe's top leagues back in action, the soccer schedule is sure to be loaded day and night with intriguing matches all over the world.

Americans Abroad Weekend Preview: Christian Pulisic, Bobby Wood and more

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The Bundesliga kicks off on Saturday as several Americans in Germany look to kickstart their club campaigns on a high.

U.S. Men's National Team stars Bobby Wood, Christian Pulisic and Fabian Johnson could all see the field throughout the weekend as the German league kicks off. One notable name missing will be John Brooks, who is set to miss the first three months of the season due to injury issues.

European Weekend Preview: Tottenham hosts Chelsea, Bundesliga begins, and more

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As three of Europe's top league begin this weekend, the top match comes from Wembley Stadium on Sunday.

Tottenham Hotspur welcomes London rivals Chelsea to Wembley, looking to make add more misery to the Blues start of the season. Mauricio Pochettino's side used a pair of second-half goals on the opening weekend at Newcastle in a 2-0 victory.

2017/18 SBI La Liga Season Preview

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Zinedine Zidane's first full season in charge at Real Madrid led to a dominant campaign by Los Merenguesen route to their first La Liga title in four years and a second consecutive UEFA Champions League trophy to top. With some major shuffling transpiring at rival Barcelona, Real remain the favorites heading into the upcoming season.

MLS Week 24: A Look Ahead

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It's not even September yet and we're tossing around the phrases "playoff contender", "six-pointer", "must-win" and "watch the standings" like a baby rejecting vegetables for the first time.

Those phrases will be repeated ad nauseam from now until the conclusion of the regular season, especially in Week 24 as the tables could turn in an instant, especially the crowded Western Conference.

This Weekend's Soccer on TV

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The remaining European Leagues get started this weekend with La Liga, Serie A, and the Bundesliga all seeing their first action of the new season, which leads to another Saturday of dawn til dusk soccer on your TV.

Bayern Munich's title defense kicks off Friday night against Bayer Leverkusen on FS1, which also broadcasts an MLS tilt between Portland Timbers and New York Red Bulls that night.

Friday Kickoff: Borussia Dortmund unsure on Ousmane Dembele; Lionel Messi nearing new deal and more

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With the transfer window winding down, Barcelona continues to be the summer's big story.

Borussia Dortmund manager Peter Bosz has "no idea" where Ousmane Dembele will be end up at the end of the transfer window due to Barcelona's interest. (REPORT)

Barcelona vice-president Jordi Mestre says he is confident Lionel Messi will finalize a new deal with the club soon.

SBI MLS Power Rankings: Week 23

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There were some shakeups at the top of this week's SBI MLS Power Rankings, even if the league's top team remained atop the list for yet another week.

Toronto FC held onto the crown as the league's top ranked team thanks to a 4-1 shellacking of the Portland Timbers, but the Chicago Fire and Sporting KC fell to defeats just behind them.

Report: Citizens group opposes taxpayer money for new stadium, urges MLS to accept Nippert Stadium

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After a strong showing throughout the U.S. Open Cup, a group of Cincinnati fans want to MLS on their own terms

A Cincinnati-based citizens' group is calling for MLS to accept Nippert Stadium should FC Cincinnati join the league in the coming years while dismissing a new soccer-specific stadium stemming from taxpayer wallets.

Sargent, Weah, Carleton headline U.S. U-17 roster for upcoming trip to Czech Republic

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U.S. Under-17 Men's National Team head coach John Hackworth announced a 22-player roster on Thursday afternoon that will head to Prague, Czech Republic for the 2017 International Youth Tournament of Vaclav Jezek from August 21st-27th.

Headlining the roster are Andrew Carleton, Josh Sargent, and Timothy Weah.

Carli Lloyd nominated for 2017 Best FIFA Women's Player

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Carli Lloyd is one step closer to retaining her title as the world's best female soccer player.

The U.S. Women's National Team midfielder is one of ten finalists for the Best FIFA Women's Player award, which she won last year. Lloyd is the only USWNT player among the top 10.

D.C. United signs goalkeeper Steve Clark

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Steve Clark is heading back to MLS.

The former Columbus Crew keeper has signed on with D.C. United.The 31-year-old goalkeeper left the Crew last year for AC Horsens in the Danish Super League. He started 17 matches in Denmark before returning to the States.

DeAndre Yedlin returns to Newcastle training

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An injury caused DeAndre Yedlin to miss the start of the Premier League season, but the Newcastle fullback appears to be nearing a return at the most opportune time for the U.S. Men's National Team.

Yedlin returned to Newcastle training on Wednesday after missing the start of the season with ahamstring injury.

MLS to incorporate fourth substitute rule during playoffs

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When the MLS playoffs kick off, there will be a new rule in place for any match that heads to extra time.

MLS announced on Thursday that the league will implement a fourth substitute rule for any postseason match that goes more than 90 minutes. Following several experiments, the fourth substitution rule received approval from theInternational Football Association Board allowing teams to make a fourth substitute may only be used if a game goes to extra time.

Ignacio Piatti reveals contract tension following Impact win

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The Montreal Impact won their third straight game in 3-0 blowout of the Chicago Fire but celebration was cut a bit short after a big reveal from the club's biggest star.

After a two-goal performance, Ignacio Piatti was named player of the game and had a little post-game conversation with Stade Saputo's PA announcer.