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On Soccer: Luis Suárez Appears to Bite Player in Liverpool-Chelsea Match

A biting incident in Liverpool’s match with Chelsea was sadly predictable from Luis Suárez, a player who has always found controversy.


New Fox sports network to debut in August

The network said Tuesday that Fox Sports 1, converted from Speed TV, will be in 90 million homes. The company has rights to college basketball and football, NASCAR, soccer and UFC for the channel.


Suspect in International Soccer Fixing Arrested in Italy

Admir Suljic is thought to be an associate of Tan Seet Eng, a Singaporean who has been implicated in suspected match-fixing cases dating back more than a decade... Officials from Europol and other European law enforcement bodies said Feb. 4 that they had identified 680 matches worldwide that appeared to have been fixed over the past few years, including at the very height of the sport, in World Cup qualifiers and the Champions League.


Butt double! Debate ignites over Beckham's fake bum

David Beckham Butt Double

The Web buzzed with speculation Wednesday that David Beckham’s latest underwear ad for H&M includes shots of a body double — more famously known as an imposter without David Beckham’s butt.


World Cup qualifying: U.S. men fall apart late in 2-1 loss at Honduras

The U.S. national soccer team’s path to the 2014 World Cup is lined with obstructions, most notably in the form of visits to Central American cauldrons pulsating with the sights and sounds that turn sport into spectacle.


PST: AC Milan's new star target of racism — from team's VP

AC Milan VP

If you were under the impression soccer’s racism problem is confined to the stands, let me introduce you to Paolo Berlusconi, a man who used a Tuesday political forum to describe the new face of his club as his “family’s little n—–.” Yes, this is still 2013, and yes, there is at least one person that still talks like this, let alone apparently feels something that corresponds to the words. That he’s the vice president of AC Milan and therefore one of Mario Balotelli’s new bosses may be the most disturbing part of this story.


Investigators expose global soccer fixing scam

Hundreds of soccer matches have been fixed in a global betting scam run from Singapore, police said on Monday, in a blow to the image of the world's most popular sport and a multi-billion dollar industry.


Beckham joins PSG, will donate salary to charity

David Beckham's latest stop in his globe-trotting career is Paris-Saint Germain, with the former England captain signing a five-month contract Thursday and pledging to donate his salary to a children's charity....


Soccer stars walk off over racial abuse

AC Milan

This season matches across Europe have been punctuated by repeated outbursts of racism and on Thursday AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng took matters into his own hands after leading his side off the field of play after being subjected to racist abuse.


How The 2012 MLS Cup Was Won And David Beckham's Most Underrated Quality

David Beckham

How the Cup Was Won In an important match such as a Cup Final, a foot soldier often scores a decisive goal rather than one of the accepted stars. The reason is pretty straight forward – teams want to make sure that the opposition’s best players don’t beat them.


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