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Major Link Soccer: Champions League Heroics

Champions League heroics, coaching changes, and tackle of the week.

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Champions League

Kevin De Bruyne played the hero Tuesday night. The Manchester City midfielder curled in a cracking shot from the top of the box ending Paris Saint Germain's dream.

Hat trick heroics carry Real Madrid into the final four of the Champions League. Ronaldo's beautiful free kick in the 77th minute was the clincher.

U.S. Soccer

US Men's National Teamer Bobby Wood is having a dream season in Germany that could ultimately earn him a dream move to the Bundesliga.

Americans playing overseas are nearing the end of their season: here is a look at this weeks "Top five Americans Abroad".

Manchester United's American teenager Matthew Olosunde is a player the club are "really excited about," according to academy manager Nicky Butt. The 18-year-old defender from Trenton, New Jersey, was signed by United on Jan. 29.

World Soccer

Sunderland's Premier League survival is hanging on by a thread, but according to DeAndre Yedlin it's a former captain that is providing the inspiration.

Coaching changes during the season are not ideal, but when things aren't working a change at the top is inevitable, Palermo look to starve off relegation with their 9th coaching change this season.

Conspiracy, corruption, and bribes Alfredo Hawit admits to it all. The former FIFA vice president is now looking at some serious jail time in the US.

It seems that Mexico is going to be the first country to enter the 2026 World Cup hosting race. It is expected that the red, white, and blue will enter also but the dark horse will be Canada.

AC Milan fired coach Sinisa Mihajlovic on Tuesday and replaced him with youth team coach Cristian Brocchi until the end of the season. Five coaches in two years for AC Milan is a bad sign.

Major League Soccer

Nick Rimando is one of several elite American goalkeepers, but where he is in his own category is in stopping penalties.

Nigel De Jong is known as a hard-tackling number 6 type. If you look at his history you can see he gives no quarter to anyone; just ask Stuart Holden and Xabi Alonso. Will he change for MLS or will we see more of the same?

For some, those Suenos are for real and could come true.

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