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(Reuters) - England midfielder Jordan Henderson said fans who booed players for taking a knee before matches proved racism was still an issue and that the team will continue to take a stand during the European Championship.
(Reuters) - San Diego will be home to a National Women's Soccer League expansion team that will begin playing next year and have former U.S. women's national team coach Jill Ellis as their president, the NWSL said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Belgium are at a disadvantage in the European Championship as they will not play any home games in the tournament, defender Thomas Vermaelen said on Tuesday.
TWO exceptional men lay claim to being the king of the European Championships.
BRUSSELS: Belgium have their best chance to win their first major trophy, and underline a long-standing status as the top team in the FIFA rankings, when next month’s European Championship gets under way.
(Reuters) - Brazil coach Tite said he and the squad will not discuss their stance on the Copa America until after World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and Paraguay amid reports that some players are reluctant to take part in the South American tournament.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -A spirited Greece fought back to hold top ranked Belgium to a 1-1 draw in their friendly international in Brussels on Thursday as Georgios Tzavellas’ second half goal cancelled out an early strike for the hosts from Thorgan Hazard.
(Reuters) - Factbox on Carlo Ancelotti who returned to Real Madrid on Tuesday for his second spell as manager following 18 months in charge at Everton.
(Reuters) - Not many national teams would find reason to celebrate a 4-1 defeat, but not many nations are like San Marino, and players representing the tiny country were left delighted after scoring their first goal in a year-and-a-half against Kosovo on Tuesday.