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Manchester United negotiating €20m transfer deal with Real Madrid

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Manchester United negotiating €20m transfer deal with Real Madrid - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Last night Real Madrid gave Soccerlens tower a big shock. The ever reliable Gianluca di Marzio claimed that Real Madrid are keen to sign Manchester United's striker Javier Hernandez and have entered into negotiation with the Red Devils.

Deal Agreed, Manchester United and Juventus finally set for transfer today

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Deal Agreed, Manchester United and Juventus finally set for transfer today - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Finally, Manchester United and Juventus are close to completing a deal. We still don't know whether United can seal a deal for Arturo Vidal, but reports from Italy suggest, Juventus might secure a deal for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.

Manchester United could set for transfer with Juventus within next 48 hours

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Manchester United could set for transfer with Juventus within next 48 hours - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

The Independent reported last night that Manchester United will make a move for Arturo Vidal, having secured a deal for Angel di Maria.

The last week of the transfer window expects to be frenzy with Manchester United desperate to land at least three more players.

Deal close, Manchester United set to seal transfer with Juventus

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Deal close, Manchester United set to seal transfer with Juventus - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

It seems like Manchester United can finally secure a deal with Juventus. Through out this summer we have been fed with all sorts of transfer rumours surrounding Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal.

Striker “needs to leave” Manchester United claims manager

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Striker "needs to leave" Manchester United claims manager - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Mexico bossMiguel Herrera has advised Javier Hernandez, who has been reduced to bit-part role at Manchester United, to leave Old Trafford in the summer and join a club like Juventus where he will get regular game time.

Inter Milan reignite interest in Manchester United star

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Inter Milan reignite interest in Manchester United star - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Inter Milan is fast becoming an attractive destination for good players all over the world. There is a typical unrest in Italy at the moment, with clubs like Juventus, Roma and AC Milan facing the prospects of losingtheir star players to big clubs in Europe.

Chicharito Not Amused At Being Left Out In The Cold At Old Trafford

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Manchester United and Mexico striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez has went public with his disappointment over how he was treated by former United manager David Moyes last season.

The 26-year-old only made six starts in the Premier League last year and had to settle for 18 appearances from substitutes bench as Moyes preferred to use Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck ahead of him.

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Breaking El Pato

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I meant to get this up the other night and it slipped my slippery mind: Alonso Hernandez opened his Monterrey account with snazzy late winner in midweek Copa MX action. The goal play starts about 1:51 on the reel. - Greg Seltzer

Youth Player Gets Kicked in the Head During Disgraceful Milk Cup Scenes

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One of the most prestigious Youth Competitions in the World the Milk Cup hosted by Northern Ireland since 1983 and teams from all over the World competing was dragged into the mud on Wednesday night as a game between Mexico and Northern Ireland turned violent with one Northern Ireland player receiving a kick to the head while on the ground.

MNT vs. Mexico: Highlights – Sept. 10, 2013

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U.S. Women's National Team

Ellis calls in 28-players for camp ahead of USWNT friendlies with Mexico

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By RYAN TOLMICH

With a pair of friendlies against Mexico on the horizon, U.S. Women's National Team head coach Jill Ellis has called in an experienced group for the head coach's first extended training camp.

Ellis has called in a group of 28 players for a training camp set to take place ahead of the team's scheduled friendlies with MexicoSept.

U.S. Women’s National Team to face Mexico in September at Rio Tinto Stadium

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By RYAN TOLMICH

For the third time in team history, the U.S. Women's National Team will take the field at Rio Tinto Stadium.

U.S. Soccer announced Monday that the Salt Lake City area will play host to a clashbetween the U.S. and Mexico on September 13. The matchup will be the first of a two-part series, with the two teams also scheduled to face off September 18at Sahlen's Stadium in Rochester, N.

USWNT to face Mexico in pair of September friendlies

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By DAN KARELL

The U.S. Women's National Team will behosting Mexico in a pair of friendly matches as part of their final preparations for the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship, which will determine entry into the 2015 Women's World Cup.

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Mexico International Raul Jimenez Signs Six-Year Deal With Atletico Madrid, Say Reports

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Atletico Madrid has signed Club America striker Raul Jimenez to a six-year deal according to the Spanish press. An official announcement from both clubs will be made on Wednesday and the player is rumored to be on his way to Madrid to be unveiled to Atletico supporters.

The reigning champions of La Liga has reportedly paid a fee of£8.

Liverpool Step Up Miguel Layun Interest

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Liverpool are in hot pursuit of Mexico left-back Miguel Layun, according to Mexican newspaper Fichajes.
The 26-year old - who currently plays his football at Club America - has been another player who has shone on the World Cup stage following a string of impressive performances for Mexico in Brazil.

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United States Women National team will be facing Mexico in a pair of friendlies in September

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United States Women National team will be facing Mexico in a pair of friendlies in September - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

The American Ladies will be facing Mexico twice in September, for their final tune up before the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship starts in October. Photo provided by wmgllc.

Fernando Arce Jr. chooses the United States

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Fernando Arce Jr. chooses the United States - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Fernando Arce Jr. playing against Australia for the U.S. Under-20 National team in the NTC Invitational on Friday. Photo provided by American Soccer Now.

The son of Mexican international Frenando Arce haschosento represent his birth nation, the United States.

Analysis: Key Tactical takeaways the smaller teams taught us at the World Cup

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Analysis: Key Tactical takeaways the smaller teams taught us at the World Cup - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Once the dust has settled on Germany's World Cup triumph, and we have a chance to look back at one of the best spectacles in World football, we can truly realise what we witnessed this past World Cup.

Analysis: Key Tactical takeaways the smaller teams taught us at the World Cup

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Analysis: Key Tactical takeaways the smaller teams taught us at the World Cup - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Once the dust has settled on Germany's World Cup triumph, and we have a chance to look back at one of the best spectacles in World football, we can truly realise what we witnessed this past World Cup.

World Soccer Talk’s Best Starting XI Of The 2014 World Cup

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In arguably the greatest World Cup ever, the five week adventure that is the grand global tournament in Brazil has now concluded.

Now in a fitting conclusion that saw a resilient and mentally strong German side win their fourth world championship (and first as a unified national side), we've put together a final team of the tournament that represents the best starting XI.

Twitter Reacts: Howard and Ochoa omitted from World Cup Golden Gloves shortlist

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Twitter Reacts: Howard and Ochoa omitted from World Cup Golden Gloves shortlist - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

USA goalkeeper Tim Howard and Mexico shotstopperGuillermo Ochoa have been left out of the three-man shortlist for the coveted Golden Gloves award for best keeper of the World Cup.

Mexican Coach Miguel Herrera Receives Contract Extension Until 2018

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Miguel Herrera received a contract extension set to leave him as head of El Tri until 2018 as the Mexican Football Federation announced today. Herrera recently lead the Mexican National team to the knock-out stages of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil after El Tri was close struggled to qualify for the World Cup itself.

World Cup Snapshot: Arjen Robben Piñata Spotted In Streets Of Mexico…

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By Chris Wright

Spotted hanging in the streets of Mexico by Xeu Deportes, some jilted Mexican fan has seen fit to make themselves an Arjen Robben piñata on which to thrash out their frustrations after the wilting Dutchman dived to con Holland a penalty against El Tri back in the last 16.

What Will FIFA Do About Arjen Robben’s Blatant Dive Against Mexico?

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In February, FIFA President Sepp Blatter stated that divingwould be taken seriously and that FIFA would use video evidence if needed to punish those who did it.

Blatter stated:

"Video evidence can be used for serious breaches of the principle of fair play such as brawling, spitting at opponents, verbal insults and racist slurs, or for incorrectly awarded red or yellow cards.

57% Of Mexico Fans Blame Referee For El Tri’s Elimination From World Cup

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Fifty seven percent of Mexico fans who responded to a poll in the Reforma newspaper blame the referee for El Tri's elimination from World Cup 2014.

The majority of Mexico fans believe that Portuguese refereePedro Proenca was to blame. The referee "bought" Arjen Robben's dive after the Dutch player tripped over Rafa Marquez's outstretched foot.

World Cup Roundup: Dutch hero Arjen Robben yet another flawed genius

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World Cup Roundup: Dutch hero Arjen Robben yet another flawed genius - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

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Arjen Robben: The best player at the 2014 World Cup, but you aren't allowed to admit it

The sight of Dutch flyer Arjen Robben tearing at quaking defences in the South American heat has arguably been the most consistent highlight of the 2014 World Cup.

WATCH Netherlands Tactical Changes Against Mexico Result in World Cup Win [VIDEO]

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Watch the following tactical analysis video to discover what changes Holland made during the game that had a profound outcome on the final result of the World Cup Round of 16 match.

Controversies aside, there were several key changes that Louis Van Gaal made that changed the game as well as the change that backfired for Mexico coach Miguel Herrera.

Netherlands vs Mexico World Cup 2014 Highlights Dos Santos Goal Sneijder Marquez Robben Penalty Video

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5 Observations From Mexico-Holland Game

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Okay, so a come from behind victory? Check. Late drama? Check. A Louis van Gaal game changing substitution? Check. A Guillermo Ochoa wonder save? Check and check. It's just standard fare for this World Cup.

For a large portion of this game Mexico was the better side and were only a few minutes away from qualifying for the quarterfinals of the World Cup for the first time on foreign soil.

Miguel Herrera’s Changes Backfire As Mexico Crash Out of World Cup

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Mexico had become a darling of this World Cup of surprises, and Miguel Herrera had become a darling because of his antics. Mexican soccer was back, and with every bit of optimism surrounding the camp they thought they could finally put their Round of 16 hoodoo behind them. Except it caught up with them again, and it was the first time that Herrera made a decision that ended up biting him that caused Mexico's downfall.

Netherlands 2-1 Mexico: Two in the last two minutes sees Dutch through to quarters

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Netherlands 2-1 Mexico: Two in the last two minutes sees Dutch through to quarters - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

The Netherlands managed to come back from a goal down with only two minutesremaining to beat Mexico and reach the quarter finals, withKlaas Jan Huntelaar's stoppage time penalty sending Louis van Gaal's side through.

World Cup GIF: Arjen Robben Dives To Snaffle Game-Winning Penalty For Holland Against Mexico

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By Chris Wright

Yes he was clearly touched(not a foul) by Marquez boot-to-boot, but don't you dare go giving us any bullplop about contact and/or the existencethereof measures were desperate, Arjen Robben conspired to dive in the area, Mexico were grifted, Huntelaar buried it and Holland are through to the quarters.

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Concacaf 1-UEFA 1

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Yesterday two matches between Concacaf and UEFA teams ended with a victory for each of their representatives.For a long time it seemed that Mexico would be able to upset the Dutch, leading 1-0 until almost the end of the match. It was not an impressive Dutch side, which is not looking unbeatable any longer.

Daily Cup Check: Day 18

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Controversy and tension. Isn't that what you want out of the second round? Well, you got it today and more!

Sunday's Matches Netherlands 2 Mexico 1

The absolute agony that was the 30 minutes thinking that Mexico could make the quarterfinals outside their own country, and have a decent shout to be the first CONCACAF team to make the semis in the modern era, was so worth it after watching them spit it up in the last five minutes.

Netherlands 2 - Mexico 1

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CONCACAF Thunder was halted, for a moment. Leading 1-0 heading into the 89th minute, the Mexican National Team was sent packing by a determined Netherlands. Wesley Sneider brought the game level at 1-1 in the 88th minute and then six minutes of stoppage time were shown by the fourth official. Rafael Marquez was judged by the ref to have brought down Arjen Robben in the box in the 90+4th minute

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Manger Profile: Mexico’s Miguel Herrera

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Manger Profile: Mexico's Miguel Herrera - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Commonly known to El Tri fan´s and followers of Mexican domestic football as piojo, Spanish for louse, Miguel Ernesto Herrera Aguirre is definitely a character as the world was able to see in the recent World Cup in Brazil.

Mexico Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa Finalizing Switch To Malaga

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Mexico international goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has flown to Spain to finalize a move to Malaga.

Ochoa was one of the standout performers during this summer's World Cup in Brazil. He made countless game saving stops during Mexico's tournament run with his most notable performance perhaps taking place in a 0-0 group stage match against the host nation, Brazil.

The After Bar: USMNT 2 - Mexico 2

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Highlights:

Analysis from some of American soccer's best writers:

Grant Wahl (Sports Illustrated) - "A Tale Of Two Halves: Three Thoughts on the USA’s 2-2 draw with Mexico"

Mathew Dole (MLSSoccer.com) - "Three Things: Michael Bradley's role opens up World Cup options for USMNT"

Noah Davis (American Soccer Now) - "The Shape's the Thing: Klinsmann Adopts a 4-4-2"

Mike Prindiville (NBC Sports) - "U.

Netherlands Defeat Mexico 2-1 in Round of 16

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Mexico was two minutes away from advancing to the quarter-finals for the first time since 1986 but the final five minutes saw a thunderbolt from Wesley Sneijder and a controversial penalty from Klaas Jan Hunterlaar that were enough to see Holland into the quarter-final instead. The Dutch will take on the winner of Costa Rica vs.

Arjen Robben, Rafa Marquez and the politics of makeup calls

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Let's get one thing out of the way first: Arjen Robben blatantly took a dive in the 92nd minute of today's round of 16 matchup between Mexico and the Netherlands. The dive was rewarded with a penalty, which Klaus Jan Huntelaar coverted, and Mexico lost the game as a result. Robben is a cheater who...