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KNVB Beker

The Netherlands Cup, also known as the KNVB Cup, is a knockout domestic football competition in the Netherlands and overseen by the Royal Netherlands Football Association. It is well known as the Dutch Cup. The competition, which was largely inspired by the English FA Cup competition, gathers all the teams in the two highest tiers of Dutch league football, as well as the top four clubs in each of the 6 third tier of Dutch football. A few other teams are drawn from the fourth tier division to complete the number of participants to 88. The winner of the KNVB Cup automatically enters in the UEFA Cup, but if he happens to be the champion of the Eredivisie and therefore gets the chance to enter in the following year

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Soccer violence in Algeria reflects social unrest
CBC.ca
The rocks came raining down after the final whistle of the Algerian soccer match, an increasingly common ritual in stadiums across the country. This time, the violence ended in tragedy: Hit in the head, Albert Ebosse, the league's top goal scorer last ...
Amy Childs and Rachel Riley the star attractions at first ever Soccer Six Fest
Daily Mail
Former TOWIE star Amy Childs and Countdown's Rachel Riley were the main attraction at this afternoon's first ever Soccer Six Fest at Mile End Stadium. The event, billed as the 'biggest celebrity football tournament in the world', played host to a wide ...
Soccer's Circus: Transfer Deadline Day
Wall Street Journal
And multibillion-dollar soccer teams closing multimillion-dollar player deals will rely on their fax machines. This is the twice-a-year circus of transfer deadline day, the final hours of a two-month window when European soccer clubs can buy and sell ...
Toronto FC fires Ryan Nelsen, coaching staff
CBC.ca
Manager Ryan Nelsen and five assistant coaches are gone. And a question mark looms over star striker Jermain Defoe's future. The latest grand vision for Toronto FC may not be in tatters. But a team that can't seem to step forward without taking two ...
NJ teen soccer player on life support following multivehicle crash
NJ.com
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Authorities say a teenage soccer player who was seriously injured in a multivehicle crash in southern New Jersey remains on life support. Fourteen-year-old Aisling Cooke of Linwood and four teammates were on their way to ...
Women's soccer loses close one to Laurentian
The Eyeopener
The Ryerson women's soccer team lost their second game of the season 3-2 against the Laurentian Voyageurs on Sunday. Although the score was 2-2 until the last minute of play, a yellow card and a penalty kick cost the Rams a tie they could almost taste.
Soccer trainer charged in cold case murder
KHOU
HOUSTON – A soccer trainer has been charged with murder in a 19-year-old case. Police said Chad Bujano was 16 when he shot and killed another teen on a West Houston street in broad daylight. The incident happened in 1995. Since then, neighbors said ...
Premier League: Manchester United remains winless
CBC.ca
Angel Di Maria's promising debut failed to inspire lacklustre Manchester United to a first win of the season on Saturday as Burnley held on for a 0-0 draw in the Premier League. The Argentina midfielder, signed for a British-record fee of $99 million ...
Gryphon soccer women shut out Badgers, men tie Brock
Guelph Mercury
ST. CATHARINES — The Guelph Gryphons recorded their second shutout in as many days as they defeated the Brock Badgers 2-0 in OUA women's soccer play Sunday. Saturday, the Gryphs opened their season with a 3-0 win over the Waterloo Warriors at ...
Soccer Kicks Hong Kong Box Office Into Summer Slump
Variety
While that slump matches — and slightly exceeds — the summer blues encountered at the North American box office, the soccer World Cup was the biggest single factor in Hong Kong according to the MPIA and HKTA. Many spectators instead tuned in to the ...

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