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Premier League/England

Why the winds of change aren’t in Jonathan Woodgate’s favour at Middlesbrough – yet | FourFourTwo
One win from the first five games is not the start a rookie manager would hope for.

Liverpool forward Salah responds to Neville exit claims - Football365
He has responded to claims he will leave Liverpool in the next 12 months.

Why Wales’ Jayne Ludlow is targeting three tournaments at the same time | Football | The Guardian
Tha manager and her staff oversee all the age groups as well as the senior team.

Former Bury FC director chains herself to drainpipe to save club | The Guardian
The club will be expelled from English Football League unless it provides evidence of solvency.

Europe

Nice: British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe’s takeover of French club cleared - BBC Sport
The takeover of Ligue 1 side Nice has been cleared by the country’s competition authority.

Serie A champions call for earlier kick-offs for Asian market - BBC Sport
Juventus want to schedule more league matches earlier in the day to help the club grow in Asia.

MLS/Americas

By Banning Protest Signs, MLS Is Trying To Lobotomize The Fandom It Asked For
MLS and its clubs are currently embroiled in a fight against their own supporters.

Sinclair feels Canadian soccer needs to ‘wake up, join rest of world’ | Vancouver Sun
Every country in the world’s top-10 rankings has a professional women’s league, so why doesn’t Canada?

Carli Lloyd drills 55-yard FG at Eagles practice
Die-hard Eagles fan Carli Lloyd visited Philadelphia’s practice on Tuesday and showed off a strong leg, drilling 35- and 40-yard field goals.

Cruz Azul boss Pedro Caixinha admires style played by MLS clubs | MLSsoccer.com
Caixinha believes Mexico can learn much from how the game is played north of the border.

Inside Tijuana’s Xolos, the unique club bridging the US-Mexico divide and bringing hope to a troubled city
Jorge Hank Rhon, the owner of Liga MX’s Xolos, is on a mission to change the face of his city and football team.