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Nicaraguan Primera División

Primera División de Nicaragua is the top division of the Federación Nicaragüense de Fútbol, it was created in 1933. It is played in two parts, Torneo de Apertura and Torneo de Clausura. In each there is a play-off of the top 4 teams in a 2-leg semi-final and final. The relegation end has the bottom team of the aggregate table dropped and the loser of the play-off of the 8th and 9th places.

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Nepalese prodigy sets lofty ambitions
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While the majority of participants entered the recent 2014 AFC U-16 Championship seeking to make a name for themselves, Bimal Magar was heralded as an established star prior to the competition. The talented Nepal forward, who is plying his trade with ...
Czechs leave it late to down Dutch
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The Czech Republic's Vaclav Pilar grabbed a dramatic late winner against the Netherlands in their opening UEFA EURO 2016 qualifier to seal a surprise 2-1 victory in Prague. Pilar capitalised on an error by Netherlands defender Daryl Janmaat to score in ...
Low: World Cup win hard to follow
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Germany coach Joachim Low said on Thursday he expects the next few months to be "incredibly hard" after their FIFA World Cup™ triumph in Brazil last July. "For me, it is perfectly clear: the months leading up to the end of the year will be incredibly ...
Kansas City: America's new soccer capital?
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Kansas City is suddenly in love with soccer. When you step off a plane at the international airport, signs and banners backing the local Major League Soccer team, Sporting Kansas City, loom large, outnumbering even those of the more 'traditional' teams ...
Aussies appoint Belgian technical supremo Abrams
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The man who mentored English Premier League heavyweights Vincent Kompany and Eden Hazard has been appointed to help unearth and develop Australia's next crop of star players. Former Belgium youth coach Eric Abrams will take over as Football ...
De Gea: Games like that grow confidence
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David de Gea admits he considered leaving Manchester United a couple of years ago, but he is glad he opted to stay. De Gea walked away from Old Trafford on Sunday with a big smile on his face after playing a crucial role in United's 2-1 win over Everton.
Agger makes Brondby return
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Defender Daniel Agger has brought an end to his eight-and-a-half-year stay at Liverpool by moving back to Brondby. Agger moved to Anfield in January 2006 from the Danish club for a £6m fee and has gone on to make over 200 appearances for the Reds ...
Sri Lanka building for long-term success
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It is rare that football takes its place in the headlines of Sri Lanka's sporting pages. That honour is invariably the preserve of cricket in the teardrop-shaped nation located off the Indian sub-continent near the Bay of Bengal. It is an ethnically ...
Ronaldinho: I've come to Mexico to win trophies
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Brazilian star Ronaldinho vowed Friday to pursue his remarkable footballing career in Mexico by winning more trophies with his new club Queretaro. "I need to win something in Mexico and I've come for that," said the former two-time FIFA Ballon d'Or ...
London to host EURO 2020 final
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London's Wembley Stadium will host the final and semi-finals of the 2020 UEFA European Championship, which will exceptionally be held in 13 different countries, UEFA have announced. The quarter-finals will meanwhile be hosted by Munich (Germany), ...

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