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Montreal Impact

Following Diallo injury, Impact face questions in defense with season looming

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A few days away from the first game of the season, yet another tile fell on the Montreal Impact's heads.

During practice Tuesday morning, center back Zakaria Diallo reportedly tore his Achilles tendon, ruling him out for an eight to ten-month period. All this without having played a single regular season game with his new club.

Report: Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla skips Impact practice

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Early Tuesday morning, there was a missing face in the Impact's practice.

Highly-touted 18-year-old winger Balo Jean-Yves Tabla, was absence at the Nutriliat Center in stance against the team's officials decision to reject a European bid for his services.

Philadelphia Union

Training camp opens in the bubble

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The first team officially kicked off the preseason with their first day of full training at the University of Pennsylvania on Tuesday

Preseason training for the Philadelphia Union opened with the first full training session on Tuesday morning inside the bubble at Penn Park on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia Union tops University of Maryland 5-0 in scrimmage

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A rotating cast of first-teamers got the better of the University of Maryland in a match at Talen Energy Stadium on Tuesday morning.

For the Philadelphia Union, Tuesday morning's scrimmage with the University of Maryland was a chance to try different formations and cycle in some players who haven't seen much game action with the first team.

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Manchester City’s Aguero back in training after car crash

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London (AFP) – Sergio Aguero gave Manchester City a welcome boost on Tuesday as the Argentina striker returned to training following his recent car crash.

Aguero sustained a broken rib when a taxi he was passenger in crashed on its way to Amsterdam airport last month.

The accident sparked fears Aguero could be out of action for up to two months.

Manchester City’s Aguero back in training after car crash

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London (AFP) – Sergio Aguero gave Manchester City a welcome boost on Tuesday as the Argentina striker returned to training following his recent car crash.

Aguero sustained a broken rib when a taxi he was passenger in crashed on its way to Amsterdam airport last month.

The accident sparked fears Aguero could be out of action for up to two months.

Manchester United’s Rooney still not fit to play – Mourinho

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Saint-Étienne (France) (AFP) – England captain Wayne Rooney is still not ready to return for Manchester United despite training on Tuesday morning, manager Jose Mourinho said ahead of their Europa League clash with Saint-Etienne.

Rooney trained with his United team-mates in Manchester on Tuesday morning but was not part of the 20-man squad that flew to France for Wednesday’s last 32 second leg.

Manchester United’s Rooney still not fit to play – Mourinho

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Saint-Étienne (France) (AFP) – England captain Wayne Rooney is still not ready to return for Manchester United despite training on Tuesday morning, manager Jose Mourinho said ahead of their Europa League clash with Saint-Etienne.

Rooney trained with his United team-mates in Manchester on Tuesday morning but was not part of the 20-man squad that flew to France for Wednesday’s last 32 second leg.

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Day One Training Recap

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The U.S. MNT is back in Miami, which is traditionally been the staging point for training camps prior to games in Central America and the Caribbean. The warm temperatures and proximity for travel make South Florida an ideal location to get prepped for the World Cup qualifiers.
And so it was that 15 players took the field for training this afternoon.

Shea, Hyndman Meet Again; Shea Also Addresses Team

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After training had concluded on Tuesday morning, FC Dallas head coach Schellas Hyndman and Brek Shea, who hasn't played since a well-publicized with his head coach during a 2-1 loss at San Jose almost two weeks ago, were sitting in the shade and having a discussion.

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Hyndman, Shea Clear the Air

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Brek Shea was back at practice with his FC Dallas teammates on Tuesday morning. And before that session ever got started, Shea met with FCD head coach Schellas Hyndman, a confab which allowed the two to clear the air after what has been at the least a very eventful week for the two of them. Hyndman addressed the media after training and here's what he had to say about several Shea-related subjects, including whether or not he'll play on Saturday night when the reigning MLS Cup champion Los Angeles Galaxy visit FC Dallas Stadium.

Fire add Dutch striker MacDonald as DP

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The Chicago Fire have added some punch to their attack, signing a Designated Player from Europe that is joining the club after spending the last three seasons in Belgium.

The Fire announced Tuesday that they signed Dutch forward Sherjill MacDonald from Belgian Pro League side Germinal Beerschot AC.

Day Off for the WNT

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Sunday was indeed a day of rest for the WNT as U.S. head coach Pia Sundhage gave the team the day off from training and meetings. This will be the last true day off for the team during the Olympics as the games come fast and furious once they start on July 25.

The U.S. team has been in England for two weeks, so the bulk of the work is done.

Attendance

Perez Back in Frisco, Still Bothered by Foot Issue

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Brek Shea wasn't the only welcome sight at FC Dallas practice on Tuesday morning. Also in attendance at least for part of the session was forward Blas Perez, who has been away from the team for about the last 10 days following the death of his father in Panama.

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Shea Misses Tuesday Practice-with an Excused Absence

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As FC Dallas returned to training on Tuesday morning, their first practice since Saturday's 2-1 loss at Houston, which increased their winless streak to 10 matches, equaling a franchise record, they did so without Brek Shea in attendance.

Euro 2012

Euro 2012: Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli Celebrates Knockout Berth With 21km Monastery Walk At 3am

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By Chris Wright

While the rest of the world was sleeping in the wee small hours of Tuesday morning, Italy coach Cesare Prandelli was already a fair few klicks into a 21km hike to a monastery on the very outskirts of Krakow.

Prandelli previously promised the monks at the Camaldolese Priory, who originate from the Camaldoli mountains in Italy, that he would make the three-and-a-half hour journey should the Azzurri make it through to the quarter-finals unscathed and, true to his word, Prandelli along with his backroom staff and FIGC vice-president Demetrio Albertini left the Italian training base in Wieliczka at 3:00 am (just a few hours after beating Ireland in Poznan) and set out o'er the hills on foot.

Spain’s secret weapon arrives in Poland: 500 melons

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Following Spain's 1-1 draw against Italy to begin their Euro 2012 campaign, Spanish produce company El Monarca thought the team needed something extra. So, they sent 500 melons to Poland in order to infuse the players with the melony goodness necessary to win a third straight major tournament.

Ukraine coach suspects German sabotage after team struck down with food poisoning

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Ukraine final warm-up game before Euro 2012 resulted in a 2-0 loss to Turkey on Tuesday night, but the co-hosts were hampered by a bout of food poisoning that put ten players out of action.

Coach Oleg Blokhin has said that Andriy Shevchenko, Andriy Voronin and Taras Mykhalyk were among those who complained of stomach upsets early on Tuesday morning, while Anatoly Tymoshchuk was still being treated on a drip after the game.

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Aston Villa Trio James Collins, Fabian Delph & Chris Herd Fined After Nightclub Scuffle (With GIF)

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By Chris Wright

With their side currently making flirty eye-contact with relegation across the smoky honky tonk, it'll no doubt come as welcome news to fans of the club that three Aston Villa players James Collins, Fabian Delph and Chris Herd are to be fined after being caught on camera getting bolshy outside Gatecrasher nightclub in Birmingham at 2:45am on Tuesday morning.

Aston Villa trio James Collins, Chris Herd and Fabian Delph fined over late night incident

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Aston Villa players James Collins, Chris Herd and Fabian Delph have all been fined by the club over an incident that happened in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The fine relates to a nightclub fracas that followed the club's annual awards ceremony on Tuesday evening (though the nomination lists must have been pretty short).

The Rest

Barcelona Chief Lands In Liverpool

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Barcelona's pursuit of Philippe Coutinho was stepped up on Tuesday morning when club directors arrived in England in an attempt to close the deal so the player can make his debut against Real Madrid on Sunday.

Oscar Grau, Raul Sanllehí and Javier Bordas hope to return to Barcelona on Tuesday night with the deal done and believe they are now pushing against an open door with Liverpool having accepted that Coutinho wants to leave.

Some Soccer News for Jul 24, 2017

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It's Day 205 of 2017.


On Tuesday morning Minnesota United will announce that their new stadium in the St Paul Midway will be called Allianz Field.

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USMNT is on to the Final of the Gold Cup on Wednesday night where they will face Jamaica who knocked off Mexico.

Former USWNT manager DiCicco dies at 68

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The women's soccer community lost a giant on Tuesday morning, as it was announced that former U.S. Women's National Team manager Tony DiCicco passed away at the age of 68.

The news was delivered to the world by his son, Anthony, through his Twitter account.

A statement from the DiCicco Family.

‘Enjoy Your Meal, Rabbits!’ – Furious Roma Fans Dump 50kg Of Carrots Outside Training Ground

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Roma's player had the pleasure of being greeted by a full 50kg of carrots when they arrived for training on Tuesday morning, with furious fans branding the team "rabbits" after a series of meek displays.

After losing 6-1 to Barcelona in the Champions League last week, Roma went down 2-0 at home against Atalanta the following Sunday.

U.S. Under-18 team with Union Academy duo fail to advance in Copa Chivas

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The U.S. Under-18 team dropped its final group match in the Copa Chivas in Mexico on Tuesday morning, ending the tournament with a 1-2-1 record.

Sebastian Elney, Sean Wilson and their U.S. Under-18 teammates wrapped up group play in the Copa Chivas Tournament in Mexico on Tuesday morning with a 1-0 loss that knocked them out of the competition.

Tuesday Freedom Kicks: Syd + Dom, sitting in a tree, no more USMNT with Run DMB

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There's a new couple in town and a new DP in Orlando, but no more Tricky Beas on the USMNT.

Hello hello, folks, and I hope your weeks are going well. I'm here to round up some soccer links for you this fine Tuesday morning, starting with the very important news that...

Sydney Leroux and Dom Dwyer are dating, this is very important - Stars and Stripes FC
That's a lot of soccer skills and pretty for one couple.

Tuesday Morning Game Changers Wonders If John Hackworth Wants To Get Fired

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This week let's "Tuesday Morning Manage" the Union game. What could have been done better? What were the missed opportunities? Did that sub really need to happen? We bring all the talking points to you each week right here.

No need to beat around the bush here. That game was abysmal, embarrassing, and could have been far, far worse than the 4-1 final score.

Reis retires after 16 years in MLS

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By FRANCO PANIZO

After 16 seasons in Major League Soccer, New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis is calling it a career.

Reis, 38, announced his retirement on Tuesday morning, ending an impressive career that saw him win the MLS Cup in 2002 and the Lamar Hunt U.

Tuesday Morning Update

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Here's three notes to get your Tuesday morning MNT fix:
  • Joe Corona arrived early this morning from Tijuana, completing the 23-man roster.
  • The Colorado Avalanche hosted the team last night at the Pepsi Center for the Avs-Blackhawks game.
  • The U.S. will train twice today, and get its first look at Dick's Sporting Goods Park during the afternoon session.

Scrimmage then morning off...

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The U.S. WNT took some pics with teams from the Jacksonville Futbol Club after training

On Tuesday afternoon, the U.S. WNT conducted its first full-field 11v11 scrimmage of training camp and the team looked pretty share. Of course, most of the players are coming off a long break and there are a few new players in the mix, but it was a great start to 2013 with the yellow team tying the black team, 1-1.

Under-17 MNT Prepares for 2012 Nike International Friendlies

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On a gorgeous Florida morning - the kind where you need sunscreen - the Under-17 Men's National Team made final preparations to face Brazil on Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the team's first match of the 2012 Nike International Friendlies. The U.S. won last year's event, beating Brazil 3-1 in the final round-robin game to clinch the tournament title.

100 Percent Soccer blog on temporary hiatus

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While we switch over to WordPress, which could take 48 hours or so when the process begins Tuesday morning. We are switching almost 200 blogs on various Los Angeles News Group properties, so bear with us. I was whisked to Las Vegas over the weekend for a surprise celebration (so

NASL Changes to Split Season Format in 2013, Traditional Playoff System Eliminated

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In what could be interpreted as a cost saving measure for team owners, the NASL will announce on Tuesday morning that in 2013 they will go to a two part season similar to some Latin American countries. Playoffs, which Canadian and US sports fans have become accustomed to, are virtually eliminated except for a single [.

Here’s Something To Lift The Spirits Of Newcastle Fans

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I was thinking last night of how to remind Newcastle fans of what we've already done in the Premier League,  since we arrived back in the big time two years ago,  and here's some videos to cheer up Newcastle fans everywhere, this Tuesday morning. Cheick Tiote celebrating the only goal he's ever scored for Newcastle But [.

Dynamo Reserves Win 2-0 over Sporting KC Reserves

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There was soccer today at HASP! And the Dynamo won!

Hey, after last Friday, we could all use a pick me up. Unfortunately, I wasn't at the game, so I'll have to offer up the official match report as evidence of the Dynamo 2-0 Reserve League victory over Sporting Kansas City. Cam Weaver continued to annihilate the Reserve League with a brace as the Dynamo moved in to a tie with the Rapids atop the Central/Mountain Division.

Fire DPs MacDonald, Fernandez eager to contribute for new squad

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By JEFFREY KRAUSE

The Chicago Fire returned home from San Jose and resumed training Tuesday morning, shaking off the late equalizer provided by Steven Lenhart as the team now puts the Western Conference in the rear-view mirror, facing only Eastern Conference foes for the remainder of the season.

Rangers: The CVA Failure

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So farewell then, Rangers' Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) and farewell too, Rangers' administrators Duff & Phelps (D&P). The announcement that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are going to oppose D&P's proposals to take Rangers out of administration came as news to many followers of national and local newspapers, TV and radio in Scotland, while it has been flagged as "inevitable" by some bloggers for months on end.

Portland Timbers U23's Training Camp Report: Season Opener Friday

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With the first game of the season coming up this Friday, the Portland Timbers U23's practiced Tuesday morning in Tualatin Hills. With most of the players on the team still in school for the semester, today's practice was a mix of players who have already signed with the team and non-roster players either hoping to earn a spot or just there to help out.