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FC Barcelona

Barcelona Featured On 60 Minutes On US TV [VIDEO]

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Barcelona was featured on CBS's 60 Minutes show Sunday night, the weekly TV show that is an institution on US television.

In a rare appearance for soccer on a prime-time news show, 60 Minutes visited Barcelona's Camp Nou as well as the team's academy at La Masia.

If you haven't watched the feature, be sure to do so today.

60 Minutes Does Story On Barcelona

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The TV show 60 Minutes is known for its in-depth reporting on world affairs, but last night they took a break from those heavy story and instead focused on FC Barcelona.

The show did an in-depth look at Barcelona, which includes a very though look at the club, its current success, and what makes the club arguably the best soccer team ever.

The 60 Minutes special on FC Barcelona

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The television magazine show 60 Minutes is known for its in-depth reporting on world affairs, and occasionally it shines its on the sports world.

60 Minutes did so again with a profile on FC Barcelona, which includes a very though look at the club, its current success, and what makes the club arguably the best soccer team ever.

Real Salt Lake

Timbers Tid Bits: And Then There Were Four Edition

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I watched about 60 minutes of the game between D.C. and New York last night before I had to go to my Italian class. And then, as I learned today while finding the news for this post, everything happened. So today's news starts with Black and Red United's take on that game, while I go find the highlights.

Short-handed Fire hold off Crew

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BRIDGEVIEW, IL- Chicago fought a surging Columbus Crew team and a man disadvantage for 60 minutes to prevail in a 2-1 win over the Crew Saturday night at Toyota Park. The Fire offense was sparked off first-half goals by Marco Pappa and Dominic Oduro.

World Cup

Feuerstein’s Fire World Cup Qualifying Special

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2014 World Cup Qualifying USA Vs Jamaica Pre & Post Game Shows Tuesday, September 11th Pre-Game 30 Minutes 7:30PM EDT – 4:30PM PDT Post Game 10PM EDT – 7PM PDT 60 Minutes Listen to internet radio with Feuersteins Fire on ...

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Legault-Cordisco, Canada roll in opener

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Marquette junior defender Vanessa Legault-Cordisco started and played 60 minutes as Canada routed Argentina 6-0 in an opener of the FIFA Women's Under-20 World Cup on Monday in Kobe, Japan.

Adriana Leon, who will play at Florida this fall after transferring from Notre Dame, had a hat trick as Canada made the most of its advantage after Argentine center back Agustina Barroso was sent off after a foul in the box in the sixth minute.

Tomas Rosicky

One large helping of revenge please

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Hello, welcome to Sunday.

If you're hoping for plenty of action-packed, cliff-hanging, edge of seat, thrilling and spilling Arsenal news then I'm afraid you're going to be disappointed. The only spilling this morning is my coffee from out of my new Bodum©®, and even that was only a little bit.

A week without football is like a pub with no beer!

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Not much news on the Arsenal front, although Santi Cazorla has travelled to Germany for pre-season training and the friendly match against FC Köln on Sunday.

I really hope that Arsene is going to treat this game a bit more seriously than the ones on the Far Eastern tour. I would like to see him field a true first XI team or something resembling one for at least 60 minutes, before making the wholesale changes that are typical of this type of match.

Euro 2012

Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli takes an hour to provide urine sample, Italy squad miss their plane

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After a long slog attempting to grind down England's two stubborn banks of four, the Italy team must have longed for a quick getaway on their arduous journey back to their base camp in Poland. It wasn't quite smooth sailing for the Azzurri though thanks to Mario Balotelli's hesitant bladder in Kiev. The Manchester City [.

Italy And Spain Scrape Through To Euro Quarterfinals

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Before Euro 2012 began, the common consensus was that Spain and Italy would progress to the knockout stages from Group C, with Spain winning the group and Italy finishing second.

That is what happened, but neither Spain or Italy were convincing in their third group match and Croatia has to consider itself really unlucky to be heading home today.

Liquid mind games: Zlatan Ibrahimovich has a gulp of England keeper Joe Hart’s water bottle

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We all witnessed Zlatan Ibrahimovich get all up in Joe Hart's grill immediately after Sweden scored their second goal against England on Friday night. What you didn't see was the delightfully childish follow up by the mercurial AC Milan giant. Not content with bludgeoning Hart's face with trash talk ten minutes previous, the above picture shows that Ibra waltzed [.

The Rest

Mixed Bags

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Complete focus on one player for today

One round of international completed and we're safe. Safe in the sense that there are no reports of any of our players look to have suffered any injuries. In fact, it was a successful night of football for some of our players. Getting on the scoresheet and so on.

Diskerud, Boyd score to guide teams to UEFA Europa League group stage

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In a short time, Mix Diskerud has made a major impact on his new team.

Diskerud scored his first goal since joining Rosenborg on loan from Stabaek, and it is one that put Rosenborg in the UEFA Europa League group stage, as his beautiful 87th-minute, left-footed volley from the top of the box gave the club a 2-1 victory (3-2 on aggregate) over Polish side Legia Warsaw in the final qualifying round.

River Cup: Second Annual Charity Game Tonight at 6 P.M.

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Tonight, at PPL Park in Chester, PA at 6 P.M., the Philadelphia Union's staff will host a 'visiting' squad made up of members of the Sons of Ben, the team's supporters group.

Last year the Sons of Ben fell 2-1 to the Union staff team after current interim head coach John Hackworth, who was the assistant coach under Peter Nowak in 2011.

Red Bulls Rewind: A difficult debut for Tim Cahill

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Battling heavy heat and overwhelming humidity through 90 minutes of play from virtually a central defensive midfield position against a superior opponent was not exactly the way Tim Cahill, the New York Red Bulls organization or their fan base pictured the Australian's debut.

Newcastle Beat Braga 2-1 With Ryan Taylor Special

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Newcastle won this game 2-1 and it was  thanks to another fantastic free kick from Ryan Taylor after 72 minutes  that gave Newcastle the win, after Demba Ba had put Newcastle ahead on 60 minutes with a penalty, which he missed, but put the rebound home. Newcastle didn't play all that well tonight but probably did enough to win the game, and [.

Mourinho Hints At Kaka And Sahin Departures

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Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has admitted both Kaka and Nuri Sahin could be on their way out of the club in the coming weeks.

The 30-year-old Brazilian has found it difficult to nail down a first team spot in Real Madrid since his move in 2009 after a series of injuries.

Kaka was on the sidelines as Real Madrid beat Real Oviedo 5-1 in a pre-season friendly on Tuesday and the fact that he also failed to make the squad for a tour of the United States has fuelled speculation over his future in the Spanish capital.

Post-Match Chalkboard: Batten Down The Hatches!

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This match could have been a blow out. It was not shaping up to be a blow out in the sense that the Fire were the dominant side. The Fire were just simply having better run of play and were moving the ball up the pitch with relatively little difficulty. Unfortunately, Gonzalo Segares's straight red card in the 29th minuted changed all of that.