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USMNT: How Green, Amon can fill Pulisic void in the attack | SI.com
The U.S. men's national team has a couple of in-house solutions who could make a difference in the upcoming friendlies.

Russia internationals Aleksandr Kokorin & Pavel Mamaev should face 'severe punishment' - BBC Sport
Two Russia internationals under investigation over an attack in Moscow should face severe punishment, says the Russian Premier League.

Manuel Pellegrini: Malaga roundabout named after club's former boss - BBC Sport
A roundabout in Malaga is named after the club's former manager Manuel Pellegrini.

Croatia v England: ‘Why are England fans going to a behind closed doors game they can’t watch?’ - BBC Sport
England's Nations League game with Croatia on Friday will be played behind closed doors, but fans are still travelling to Rijeka. Why?

Manchester United's Jose Mourinho to be investigated for touchline comments vs Newcastle
The Portuguese coach was captured speaking into a camera as he walked down the touchline towards the Old Trafford tunnel after the final whistle.

Pulisic nominated for prestigious award – ProSoccerTalk
U.S. star Pulisic is named among the top 10 players under the age of 21 on the planet.

Real Madrid news: Club insider reveals El Clasico date with Barcelona could decide Julen Lopetegui's face | Goal.com
Julen Lopetegui could be relieved of his duties if Los Blancos lose to Barcelona.

What kind of a league is MLS? | US Soccer Players
A look at the top foreign players in MLS suggests a league interested in keeping its stars and young talent, but European interest makes that difficult.

A host of Europe's top football clubs are strangely out of sorts | Football | The Guardian
Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona have won 26 European Cups between them. You wouldn’t know it from their form.

John Fashanu: the brutal but gifted footballer whose success gave way to scandal
With a different mentality, John Fashanu could've cemented his reputation as one of football's most effective target men - but he never wanted it that way.