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The List Of Soccer Stars Who Will Miss The 2022 World Cup

Life is cruel, even for the most pampered soccer players in the world. Four years of chasing a ticket to the World Cup and then, all of a sudden, the dream is over. The reasons for players missing World Cup tournaments are countless: because their country didn't manage to qualify, because their coach decided not to put them in the 23-list squad or because of a damn untimely injury. 

We see the same pain every World Cup cycle, and Qatar 2022 is no different. So here we have a list of the biggest names missing from the next tournament. 

USMNT Striker Power Rankings: Who Deserves To Lead The Line Against Mexico?

The last time I rolled out this USMNT striker depth chart/power rankings article was seven months ago. Despite including nine center forwards, Ricardo Pepi wasn't even on the list — the 18-year-old was still a week away from receiving his first senior call-up, and things really escalated quickly from there.

Who's Going To Win The World Cup? The Latest Odds Show The Favorites And Dark Horses

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar begins on Monday, Nov. 21, with the curtain-raiser at Al Bayt Stadium between the host nation and a TBD opponent that's been fortunate enough to land in Group A alongside them. Why is that country fortunate? Because, as the latest World Cup odds 2022 show, Qatar will be by far and away the worst seeded team of the eight groups.

10 Athletes Who Successfully Came Back From Retirement

Seven-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Tom Brady ended his brief retirement on Sunday when he announced he would be returning for a 23rd season in the National Football League (NFL).

Following are 10 sporting greats who enjoyed success after coming out of retirement:

MICHAEL JORDAN (BASKETBALL)

Basketball great Jordan shocked the sport when he announced his first retirement at the age of 30, months after winning his third NBA championship with the Chicago Bulls in 1993.

U.S. Soccer Says It Has Assurances From Mexican Federation Over Fan Safety

The U.S. Soccer Federation has received assurances from Mexican Football Federation officials that players and fans will be safe during a World Cup qualifier between the teams in Mexico City this month after violent clashes marred a Mexican league game.

FIFA Announces Postponement Of Scotland Vs. Ukraine World Cup Qualifier And Poland Gets A Bye

FIFA has postponed Ukraine's World Cup qualification playoff match against Scotland on March 24, world football's governing body said in a statement on Tuesday.

The winners of the game at Hampden Park in Glasgow will take on Austria or Wales for a place in November's World Cup finals in Qatar.

Ukraine's Football Association had asked FIFA to postpone the qualifier following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Weston McKennie Injury Update: USMNT Star Done For Season, Hanging Out In LA

Juventus eked out a 1-0 win over Spezia on Sunday, maintaining its grip on a top-four place in Serie A. After the match, Bianconeri coach Massimiliano Allegri broke some bad news to Juve and USMNT fans with a Weston McKennie injury update: The Texan is done for the season.

U.S. Soccer Federation To Adopt Legislation Addressing Homophobic Chants

The United States Soccer Federation on Friday moved to establish an official policy on banning anti-gay chants at all sanctioned games played in the country, regardless of what national teams are involved.

The resolution now awaits approval from the U.S. Soccer Federation rules committee.

El Bromance A Distancia Entre Chicharito Hernández Y André-Pierre Gignac

No juegan en el mismo equipo ni viven en el mismo país, pero la distancia no es obstáculo para que Javier Hernández y André-Pierre Gignac expresen mutua admiración.

El bromance estuvo en completa exhibición estos días, luego de que Gignac diera una extensa entrevista a Fox Sports. En ella, el delantero francés de Tigres habló de varios temas y desde el amor que siente por México rogó por el retorno de Chicharito al Tri.

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