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Belgium got their Euro 2016 qualification back on track with a 3-1 victory over Bosnia in Group B on Thursday, with Manchester City's new record signing Kevin De Bruyne among the Continue reading Soccer-Belgium fight back for 3-1 win over Bosnia
Iceland moved a step closer to qualifying for the Euro 2016 finals as a controversial penalty from Gylfi Sigurdsson saw them upset a 10-man Netherlands side 1-0 on Thursday. The 51st Continue reading Soccer-Iceland close to finals after another shock win over Dutch
Sept 3 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the European Ch. Qual. Group H matches on Thursday Thursday, September 3Azerbaijan 0 Croatia 0 Bulgaria 0 Norway 1 Italy 1 Malta Continue reading Soccer-European Ch. Qual. group H results and standings
Sept 3 (Infostrada Sports) - Summaries from the European Ch. Qual. matches on Thursday Thursday, September 3Netherlands 0 Red Card: Bruno Martins Indi 32Iceland 1 Gylfi Sigurdsson 51pen Halftime: 0-0;Attendance: 47,000- Continue reading Soccer-European Ch. Qual. summaries
Five members of the women's soccer team at a Christian college in Washington state were suspended for one match for donning racist black face and Afro wigs in a photo posted online, the university said. In the picture, the five women from Whitworth University in Spokane were shown wearing costumes and identifying themselves as members of late pop icon Michael Jackson's group. "In light of the impact that these actions have had on Whitworth and the greater Spokane community, we feel it is in the best interest of all involved to take this action at this time," head coach Jael Hagerott said in the statement.
(Adds details and match result) By James Pomfret SHENZHEN, China, Sept 3 (Reuters) - Chinese riot police were deployed for a World Cup qualifying match between China and Hong Kong that ended peacefully in a 0-0 draw on Thursday, although tensions echoed from Hong Kong's democracy protests last year. Protesters blocked Hong Kong's main streets for months last year during the "Occupy Central" protests, calling for real democracy for the former British colony in the vote for its next leader in 2017. Hundreds of Chinese paramilitary and riot police were deployed in and around the 40,000-seat stadium in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, bordering the Chinese "Special Administrative Region".
South Korean billionaire Chung Mong-joon has accused the Asian Football Confederation of breaking FIFA election and ethics rules by lobbying for rival candidate Michel Platini in the presidential contest. The AFC sent letters to officials of member federations urging them to vote for the UEFA president on Feb. 26, Chung said in a news conference on Thursday in Seoul. ''It is an obvious case of election fraud infringing on the basic rights of other presidential candidates,'' said Chung, who passed copies of the letters to the chairmen of FIFA's electoral committee and ethics committee.
Real Madrid look certain to retain their status as the world's richest club by income after the La Liga club's revenue for the 2014-15 season jumped 9.4 percent to 660.6 million Continue reading Soccer-Real set to retain status as world’s richest club
Zenit St. Petersburg coach Andre Villas-Boas was suspended for six games by the Russian Football Union on Thursday for striking a match official. After Villas-Boas was sent off during a 3-1 Continue reading Villas-Boas banned 6 games in Russia for striking official
* Loew not feeling pressure ahead of tussle with leaders Poland * Germany coach warns his players of "dangerous" opposition (Updates with Nawalka quotes) FRANKFURT, Sept 3 (Reuters) - Germany coach Continue reading Soccer-No extra heat on second-placed Germany, says Loew