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The 48-team Europa League group draw sent some well-known teams to far-flung destinations.
Arsenal and Manchester City face tough tasks in a draw that was full of déjà vu.
A group of soccer parents and players filed a class-action lawsuit against soccer's governing body.
Alexis Sanchez led the Gunners into the Champions League group stage for the 17th consecutive season.
Alan Gordon scored in the second minute and Landon Donovan capped off a 4-1 victory.
Michel Platini "could not convince himself" that opposing Sepp Blatter was the right thing to do.
Regardless of Jim Curtin's future, he goes down as one of the most honest men to have represented the Union.
Landon Donovan will get farewell game for the U.S. before he retires at the end of the MLS season.
Video: Saer Sène and Lloyd Sam helped New York to a 2-0 win over FAS of El Salvador.
A group of stars from the U.S. and other nations are protesting the surfaces for next year's showcase.
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