Single Ladies (Put A Medal On It)

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The U.S. Under-20 WNT topped Germany 1-0 in the final of their World Cup in Japan, making it two of the last three crowns. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Kealia Ohai's 44th minute decider, plus the aftermath. - Greg Seltzer

U.S. Falls Short in WC Rematch

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In a rematch of last year's Women's World Cup final, Megumi Takase's 84th minute goal doomed the United States to their first loss since the final with a 1-0 win the final stage of Algarve Cup group play on Monday.

A defensive battle between the first-ranked U.S. and third-ranked Japan kept the score knotted at nil going into half.


Crew Outlast Revs

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Lee Nguyen came on as a second half substitute to score the Revolution third goal of the game in the 81st minute. (Photo: Kari Heistad/

It turns out that the best defense isn't a good offense, after all.

After mounting an early-two goal lead, the Revolution defense conceded a season-high four goals en route to a frenzied 4-3 defeat to the Crew on Saturday.

Dioubate Points Pioneers to 1-0 Win Over Boston

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Second half substitute Alpha Dioubate scored a minute after he was summoned from the bench to lead the Pioneers to a 1-0 win over the Victory on Friday at Lusitano Stadium.

Dioubate, who came on in the 65th minute, scored the decider in the 66th minute while Western Mass keeper Warren Gross made five saves to keep Boston off the board.

Euro 2012

My letter to Roy Hodgson

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It's only just under thirty six hours since England's Euro 2012 hopes were unceremoniously crushed at the hands of old foes Italy on penalty kicks following a 0-0 draw after extra time. Once again, an English team fails to handle the pressure of the ultimate decider and although the Italians deservedly went through to face Germany in the semi-final, English fans, myself included, felt the pain of elimination once again.

Hodgson To Play Rooney Against Ukraine

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England boss Roy Hodgson hailed his strikers for their goalscoring efforts in England's thrilling 3-2 win over Sweden, while also confirming that Wayne Rooney will return for the Euro 2012 qualification decider with co-hosts Ukraine on Tuesday.

Despite strikers Andy Carroll and Danny Welbeck scoring against Sweden, Hodgson was quick to dispel any thoughts that Rooney might have a job getting his place back after serving his two-match suspension.

Euro 2012: Tomas Rosicky likely to miss Czech Republic decider

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This article titled "Euro 2012: Tomas Rosicky likely to miss Czech Republic decider" was written by Sid Lowe in Wroclaw and Associated Press, for on Wednesday 13th June 2012 10.17 UTC

The Czech Republic captain Tomas Rosicky and the goalkeeper Petr Cech are in hospital in Wroclaw undergoing scans after picking up injuries in their team's 2-1 win over Greece at Euro 2012.

Manchester United

Bayern and United to fight for Baines, Hazard is a blue and Pogba says goodbye

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With four days left until Sunday's title decider, Fleet Street has taken its eyes off the title race for a day and concentrated them on the transfer gossip. United fans might wish to look away now as the news aren't exactly exciting. Let's start with the Mirror that reveals that Paul Pogba has finally made [.

Watch Man City vs Man United Online Free

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So the title decider is here Man City vs Man United is due to kick-off tonight at 8pm at the Etihad stadium and this match is sure to be watched by millions of people online and on Sky TV.

Manchester United will be hoping to exact revenge following the 6-1 humiliation when Manchester City came to Old Trafford earlier in the season.

Title decider? Manchester City v Manchester United preview

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Time for a look at tonight's big game in the Premier League, the potential title decider between city rivals Manchester City and Manchester United. Head over to Betfair football betting if you're planning a punt on the game.

Give Him What He Wants

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Appreciation should go both ways

Monday. There's nothing happening today, right? What do you mean there's a game tonight. Ours is not until Saturday. Title decider? On a Monday? The Premier League taking full advantage of the Labour Day / Bank Holiday tomorrow when they set this fixture. With it being a worldwide holiday, plenty of people will tune in from all around the world.

Roberto Mancini Hoping to Write History With Man City

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Manchester City's manager, Roberto Mancini, may have slight confidence about his team's chance of winning the league title this season, but he admitted if they somehow steals it from Manchester United's hand it would definitely be the coach's best achievement in his whole career.

Mancini believes that taking a side that haven't won anything in years and doesn't really have any important tradition is much more challenging than leading an already well known team.

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TweetManchester City host Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium in a match tipped to be the Premier League title decider. "We have to get used to playing Manchester City in important games. They are not going away. "There is certainly an importance which, at this moment in time, supersedes the Liverpool games.

Manchester derby to decide EPL title

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Manchester City's manager, Roberto Mancini, seems to be as determined to play down the significance of Monday's derby as his opposite number at Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson, is to build it up as the title decider.
For both managers, it seems a calculated decision to either hype or undermine the game, knowing that City faltered in March and the start of April when the pressure for them to be champions was at its most intense.

Man City v Man United: Premier League Set for Thrilling Finish

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Manchester United's 4-4 draw against Everton may have cost them dearly in the race for the Premier League this season.

Following Manchester City's 2-0 win at Wolves, Mancini's side are now perfectly poised to overtake their city rivals in next Monday evening's derby.

Mancini To Give Balotelli A Second Chance

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Following United's shock defeat to Wigan on Wednesday night, City coach Roberto Mancini has said that he will include controversial striker Mario Balotelli will feature in the Premier League decider against United at the Etihad Stadium later on this month.

Mancini who had earlier stated that he would not play the forward again seems to have had a change of heart arising from Wednesday's loss.

Nasri Wants Manchester Derby as Title Decider

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The title race between Manchester United and Manchester City keeps getting hotter after City's victory in the midweek against Chelsea, this situation could make the two teams upcoming meeting become the final decider.

That scenario is also what City's midfielder, Samir Nasri, would actually want as he believes that winning the title by defeating United in front of the fans at Etihad stadium is something special indeed.

City And United Step Up Mind Games

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Oh the title race in England is heating up as both Manchester City and Manchester United have used the media this week to throw barbs at their rivals.

It started earlier this week when City football development executive Patrick Vieira said that United's decision to bring back a retired Paul Scholes was a sign that there is "a little bit of weakness" in the Premier League leaders' squad.

City And United Step Up Mind Games

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Oh the title race in England is heating up as both Manchester City and Manchester United have used the media this week to throw barbs at their rivals.

It started earlier this week when City football development executive Patrick Vieira said that United's decision to bring back a retired Paul Scholes was a sign that there is "a little bit of weakness" in the Premier League leaders' squad.

ESPN2 To Broadcast Potential Premier League Title Decider Between Man United and Man City

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ESPN2 in the United States will broadcast the potential Premier League title decider between Manchester City and Manchester United on April 30, 2012. The match could decide who will become the champions of the 2011-12 Premier League season. City and...

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Bayern Munich Beats Real Madrid On Penalties In Champions League Sem-Final

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Bayern Munich will meet Chelsea in the Champions League Final after beating Real Madrid 3-1 on penalties.

Bastian Schweinsteiger scored the decisive spot-kick after Manuel Neuer had made two stunning saves to deny Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka.

David Alaba and Mario Gomez had sent Iker Casillas the wrong way to put Bayern in control of the shootout, but Real were handed a lifeline as the Spanish captain saved from Toni Kroos and Philipp Lahm.

UEFA Champions League: Your Running Commentary

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It could be a bleak day for English soccer, as Chelsea is the country's last remaining hope in the UEFA Champions League and faces a two-goal deficit ahead of their Round of 16 second leg against Napoli.

The two tangle at Stamford Bridge after a 3-1 result that went in favor of the attack-minded Italian side.

The Rest

Randers continues run in Silkeborg

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Charlie Davies and Randers fought to their fourth win in five games on a sunny Saturday afternoon in Silkeborg, with a late goal by winger Alexander Fischer being the lone decider.

Olympic Football – The Real Thing?

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BBC football commentator Jonathan Pearce got through last Friday evening without once name-checking his current love...Cristiano bloody Ronaldo. He also avoided one word you would have thought key to his commentary on a football match between Great Britain and Brazil. Britain. In an age where succinct branding is so important (and Google "Bill Hicks advertising marketing" for my "view" on such things), "Team GB" is about as much detail as the modern sports fan is deemed capable of understanding.

Chelsea ace about to make history

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England left-back Ashley Cole is closing in on a historic achievement by becoming the nation's most capped player in tournament football if he features as expected in tonight's Group D decider against Ukraine.

Cole, who just won a UEFA Champions League and FA Cup double with Chelsea, has been capped 96 times by the Three Lions but in terms of tournament football, no England player has featured as consistently as him.

Video: Galatasaray fans avoid their match to bring good luck, are very happy when the plan works

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There's no logic to the superstition of the football fan, but these two Galatasaray fanatics decided for whatever reason that it would bring their team good luck if they didn't go to their title decider against Fenerbahce. In fact, they decided that they wouldn't even watch it on TV or listen to it [.

Chester FC & Northwich Victoria: Poles Apart In The Same Division

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End of season title deciders in non-league football have a tendency to bring out vastly inflated crowds which hint at the potential of a club were it to be playing at a higher level, and this weekend was no exception with a crowd of 5,009 people turning out at The Exacta Stadium in Chester to see Chester FC draw 1-1 with Northwich Victoria to lift the Premier Division title in the Northern Premier League.

Weekly soccer column: Chivas USA and Galaxy can reboot seasons

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It's always tricky to write a column on the day of a major event such as an Olympic qualifying decider since there's always the risk events could overtake what you have written. And that was never more true than today's column, written hours before the U.S. teams' shock exit from

Revs Academy Win 3 in N.J.

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The Revolution Youth Academy teams reeled off three wins in New Jersey during the St. Patrick's Day weekend, including a sweep of Match Fit Chelsea on Sunday.

The U-18s took a 4-1 win over Match Fit Chelsea U-18s on Sunday in West Windsor, N.J., thanks to goals from Manuel Andrade (9′), Ramario Osorio (44′) Devin Devoy (48′) and Peguy Ngatcha (57′).

AC Milan’s Ibrahimovic To Miss Juventus Match

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic will miss out this weekend's potential title decider against Juventus after having his three-match suspension up-held.

Ibra had been suspended for three matches for slapping an opponent against Napoli earlier this month, but Milan had appealed against the length of the suspension in Iin order to be eligible for Saturday's meeting at the San Siro.