Carlos Vela Sounds Kinda Apathetic About Extending Stay With LAFC

Los Angeles FC striker Carlos Vela is bracing for the future with his current contract set to expire at the end of the month.

Vela, 33, has two matches remaining on the deal: June 26 against the New York Red Bulls and June 29 against FC Dallas. Both games are at home.

"I think we created a really good team, we are doing pretty well," Vela said on Saturday. "I feel good to be here. I enjoy to play in L.A. with our fans. And of course I have that thing in mind, to win a trophy with this club. So my head is always focused on that.

Paris Police Chief Says He Invented Fake Tickets Number But Fully Stands By It

PARIS - The Paris police chief said on Thursday that he might have been wrong when he said up to 40,000 Liverpool fans tried enter the Champions League final with fake tickets and that there was no scientific evidence to support the claim.

Didier Lallement added during a hearing in the French Senate that the police action around the match between Liverpool and Real Madrid at the Stade de France was a "failure" both because fans were harmed and the image of France was degraded.

Lewandowski’s Bayern Fallout In Total Freefall — “Something Died Inside Me” Says Striker

Robert Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern Munch. Like really badly wants to get out of Munich. The Polish striker still has one year left on his contract with Bayern but has requested a transfer and has been heavily linked with Barcelona. Bayern can force Lewandowski to stay and the Polish striker has let his feelings be known.

Wales Coach Provides Early Bulletin Board Material For USMNT

CARDIFF - It has been 62 years since Wales last appeared in the World Cup finals but their interim manager Rob Page believes his side can make a real impact in Qatar and progress from their group.

Wales beat Ukraine 1-0 in their qualification playoff final on Sunday and will now play in Group B along with the United States, Iran and neighbors England in the tournament which starts on November 21.

Gareth Bale Given Green Light To Play In Vital Qualifier Vs. Ukraine Where Winner Goes To Qatar

CARDIFF — Wales manager Rob Page believes his team’s talisman Gareth Bale will be ready for Sunday’s World Cup playoff against Ukraine after sitting out last Wednesday’s Nations League clash in Poland.

The Welsh have the chance to make their first World Cup finals appearance in 64 years when they take on Ukraine, who won 3-1 in their playoff semifinal against Scotland in Glasgow on Wednesday.

Tata Martino Intenta Explicar Por Qué No Convoca Jugadores De Atlas A La Selección

Atlas es hoy el bicampeón de la Liga MX. Sin embargo, en los ojos del entrenador de la selección mexicana, Gerardo Martino, el equipo pareciera no existir. Es realmente un misterio: no importa qué bien jueguen sus futbolistas, el Tata simplemente no les da oportunidad alguna en el Tri. Ni para los amistosos moleros.