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Lionesses go up against unbeaten Nadeshiko
Edmonton, Canada: Champions Japan face a real threat from England as the Asian giants look to keep their Women's World Cup title defence on track in Wednesday's semi-final in Edmonton. Japan's 'Nadeshiko' are the only unbeaten team left after opening ...
Hulk pulls out of World Cup draw
Russia, hosts for the 2018 World Cup, have repeatedly been criticised for failure to tackle racism in domestic soccer. “It [racism] happens at almost every match in Russia, but the world does not hear about it because they try to keep it quiet,” Hulk ...
Chung Mong-joon calls for fair competition in Fifa race
Platini and Chung were attending Sunday's final of the Concacaf Gold Cup in Philadelphia between Jamaica and Mexico. An “extraordinary elective congress” of all 209 member associations will decide the successor to Blatter, who has been at the helm of ...
Humbled USA seek redemption against Panama
The Americans have plenty of work left this year, including home friendlies against Brazil and Peru in September, the Confederations Cup playoff and Olympic qualifying for some younger team members in October and the start of the penultimate round of ...
Morgan seeks more world dominance
That puts her way ahead of any America soccer star, male or female, including former Fifa World Player of the Year Mary Abigail Wambach, Landon Donovan and Tim Howard in endorsements, and also ahead of world football stars Lionel Messi of Argentina ...
Keane excited about reunion with Tottenham
Denver: Tottenham launch their final preparations for the upcoming Premier League season on Wednesday, when they take on a Major League Soccer All-Stars side featuring former Spurs striker Robbie Keane in the US league's mid-season exhibition ...
Lyon coach plays down Alexandre Lacazette exit rumours
“Of course some clubs are going to be attracted to the sort of player he is, but he is under contract at Lyon and with all of the different competitions we have this season with the Champions League and the domestic French cups, we obviously want to ...
About Nogometni Cup
The Croatian Cup is the official annual domestic knockout football tournament in Croatia for Croatian football clubs. The cup was established in 1992. Dinamo Zagreb is the most successful club in this competition with 9 titles. 64 football clubs are eligible to participate.