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Serbian soccer player threatened at gun point after penalty miss

BERNE- A player with Serbian top flight club Novi Pazar was threatened by the team's own supporters at gunpoint after missing a penalty, the world players' union FIFPro said on Thursday.
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Dortmund stadium shut down after discovery of unexploded WWII bomb

BERLIN - An unexploded World War II bomb was found near Borussia Dortmund's stadium on Thursday, forcing the Bundesliga club to shut down some of their operations.
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Greece suspends professional soccer indefinitely due to violence

ATHENS - Matches in Greece's professional soccer leagues have been suspended indefinitely in a crackdown on violence, the Super League said on Wednesday.
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Who's in and who's out for TFC's opening day lineup

Head coach Greg Vanney told the Toronto Sun prior to Wednesday night’s match that he more or less knows the lineup he’ll toss out for the season opener in Vancouver.
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Dark clouds loom over TFC training camp

As fog wafted in from the Port of Tampa on Tuesday during Toronto FC’s pre-season training, a cloud of uncertainty continued to hang over its players.
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Monaco heaps more Champions League agony on Arsenal

AS Monaco gave Arsenal a lesson in patient, counter-attacking football to win their Champions League last 16 first leg-match 3-1 in London on Wednesday, heaping more Champions League agony on Arsene Wenger.
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Messi misses penalty, Barcelona still beats Man City

Two first half goals by Luis Suarez gave Barcelona a 2-1 win at Manchester City as they put one foot in the Champions League quarterfinals on Tuesday although Lionel Messi's late penalty miss left the door ajar.
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Sky Sports lands four-year deal for MLS broadcast rights

Sky Sports has agreed to a four-year deal to broadcast live Major League Soccer, the British broadcaster and North American league said on Wednesday.
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FIFA recommends winter World Cup, European teams miffed

European clubs want compensation if FIFA stages the 2022 World Cup in Qatar in November and December while the leagues said such a move would cause "great damage" to domestic soccer.
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No club compensation for a 2022 winter World Cup: FIFA

DOHA - Soccer's world governing body FIFA flexed its muscles again on Wednesday when it announced that clubs will not get compensation for losing players and suffering domestic disruption due to a 2022 winter World Cup in Qatar.
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Justin Morrow's the man for TFC

There isn’t anyone better in Major League Soccer.
Just ask him.
“Yeah, absolutely,” Toronto FC’s Justin Morrow responded after being asked if he’s the best left fullback in the league.
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U.S. goalie Hope Solo admits to 'horrible choice' that led to suspension

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Hope Solo admitted on Wednesday she made a "horrible choice" by being in a U.S. soccer team van when her husband, former NFL player Jerramy Stevens, was arrested for drunken driving.
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MLS CBA talks advancing, but sides still far apart on key issue

Toronto FC came to Florida to escape the winter weather.
It also seems the Reds ditched Toronto to avoid any questions regarding Major League Soccer’s CBA.
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