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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.


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.


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 |
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.