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Major Link Soccer: US U20s beat Nigeria

USYNT grabs a win at the U20 World Cup and Kane declares fitness for the Champions League Final

Germany U20 v USA U20 - International Match Photo by Mark Robinson/Getty Images


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2019 Women's World Cup: Questions surround USWNT ahead of France |
The USWNT showed off how potent its attack is and cruised to a big win over Mexico in its final "send-off" game before the Women's World Cup but there are still questions surrounding the team as it prepares to go to France.

USL Championship Fans’ Choice Goal of the Week – Week 12

U-20 World Cup: Soto brace leads U.S. past Nigeria (video) – ProSoccerTalk
Sebastian Soto scored twice as the U.S. U-20 MNT recorded a big victory over Nigeria.


World Beaters: Lucy Bronze on injuries, social anxiety & life in the limelight - BBC Sport
England's Lucy Bronze discusses serious injuries, social anxiety and playing in the limelight in an exclusive series for BBC iPlayer.

Alphonso Davies celebrates two Bayern Munich victories in whirlwind 48 hours | Pro Soccer USA
It has been an eventful 48 hours for Bayern Munich forward Alphonso Davies. On Saturday he travelled with the team to Berlin where Bayern faced RB Leipzig.

Real Madrid chief: I denied Ramos' China request
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez said he turned down Sergio Ramo's request to take an offer to play in China.

Barcelona's Copa failure prompts the question: Is Ernesto Valverde the right manager? PLUS: Praising Atalanta
Valverde is still winning trophies at Barcelona, but the embarrassment at Anfield and again in Saturday's cup final means he's on thin ice.

From the Stands: Villa explode in joy at Wembley stadium - 7500 To Holte
Nobody can take this away

Nations League: England drop Kieran Trippier but Harry Kane included - BBC Sport
Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier is left out of England's 23-man squad for the Nations League finals, but captain Harry Kane is included after injury.

Aston Villa: Boyhood fan Dean Smith proves perfect fit as manager - BBC Sport
Aston Villa's promotion to the Premier League was all about the work done by manager and boyhood fan Dean Smith, writes Phil McNulty.

Newcastle United: Mike Ashley in talks to sell club to billionaire Sheikh Khaled - BBC Sport
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley is in talks to sell the club to Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the UAE billionaire's investment group says.

Union Berlin promoted to Bundesliga for the first time after beating Stuttgart - BBC Sport
Union Berlin will play in the Bundesliga for the first time in their history next season after they beat Stuttgart in the relegation play-offs.

Champions League without VAR: Man City joy, despair for Man Utd & Spurs? - BBC Sport
How would the Champions League have looked without VAR? Manchester City or Atletico in the final against Liverpool?

Vertonghen, Kane declare themselves fit for Champions League final - Cartilage Free Captain
It’s Poch’s decision whether they play or not, but this sure sounds promising.

Kane, Sterling, Sancho headline England squad for UEFA Nations League finals – ProSoccerTalk
Harry Kane is fit to play for Tottenham and thus, Gareth Southgate expects him ready to feature for England.

Emery: I no longer win just to survive – ProSoccerTalk
Arsenal coach Unai Emery stated his appreciation for the respect he's been given since joining Arsenal one year ago.

Report: Tite removes Brazil captaincy from Neymar – ProSoccerTalk
Dani Alves will be the Brazil captain for the 2019 Copa America, replacing Neymar.

Mexico national team: El Tri confirm star attacker Hirving Lozano will miss Gold Cup |
Hirving Lozano will miss this summer's Concacaf Gold Cup with a knee injury, Mexico have confirmed.

Manchester United have always lost out on big players - Gary Neville on Matthijs De Ligt |
Manchester United legend Gary Neville says it is nothing new for the club to miss out on major talent in the transfer market and he is “not in a rush” to see them winning the game’s biggest trophies again.

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