November 2, 2015by US soccer player The first legs of the 2015 MLS Cup conference semifinals began with conservative football from the home side in DC United's 1-0 loss to the New York Red Bulls. New York goalkeeper...
Could the IHSAA's new grace rule go beyond football?Kyle Neddenriep | IndyStar IndyStar sat down with Indiana High School Athletic Association commissioner Bobby Cox this week as he stops for the state's annual fall chiefs meeting. Cox, 62,...
Mapeza becomes a member of Amazulu FC? Norman Mapeza's agent Gibson Mahachi has confirmed that the Absa Premiership Club has asked AmaZulu about the availability of the coach. Mapeza are currently without a club after leaving Chippa United in early March...
- Samuel Nen Joh had to flee South Sudan after the North Sudanese government attacked his village- He stayed in a refugee camp...
(Reuters) - A return to the Champions League came at a price for Manchester United as the associated wages of players detracted from the Premier League football club's core quarterly revenue.Soccer Soccer - Premier League - Manchester United v...
(Reuters) - Chelsea posted £ 32.5 million ($ 44.44 million) in profits for the past fiscal year despite the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League club said.FILE PHOTO: Soccer Soccer - Premier League - Chelsea -...
(Reuters) - Chelsea posted £ 32.5 million ($ 44.44 million) in profits for the past fiscal year despite the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Premier League club said.FILE PHOTO: Soccer Soccer - Premier League - Chelsea -...
September 17 (Gracenote) - Results and tables of the Bulgarian championship games on Sunday, Sunday, September 17 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 1 Slavia Sofia 2 Vitosha Bistritsa 0 Pirin Blagoevgrad 0 Saturday, September 16 Cherno More Varna...
A recent research experiment on inactive men with high blood pressure shows that just 3 months of soccer training twice a week causes significant drops in blood pressure, resting heart rate, and body fat percentage, and is more effective...
This shouldn't come as a surprise, but research shows that repeatedly hitting the head against a fast-moving object can lead to serious brain injuryPROBLEM: Although common sense dictates that hitting the head against objects moving at speeds of 34...

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