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MLS Player You’ve Never Heard Of Spits Fire At Higuaín — ‘Fuck This Guy’

Gonzalo Higuaín hasn’t enjoyed the happy fun time he thought he’d have when he joined MLS in 2020. The Inter Miami striker, who has played for Real Madrid, Juventus and Chelsea, not to mention a World Cup final, famously lamented how surprised he was at the difficulty of playing in the U.S.

“I thought I would come here and play with a cigarette in my mouth, and instead it is difficult,” Higuaín said

Jugadores Del Betis No Dejan De Hacer Bromas Con La Estatura De Diego Lainez

El espíritu del Real Betis está en las nubes. Los verdiblancos son terceros en LaLiga, clasificaron a los octavos de final de la Europa League y son finalistas de la Copa del Rey. Los aficionados están enamorados más que nunca del equipo y los jugadores demuestran a cada tanto que la química al interior del vestuario es fantástica.

Parte de la buena vibra, sin embargo, tiene como víctima a Diego Lainez, quien parece ser blanco constante de bromas por su estatura. 

U.S. Soccer Fans Upset After Top Twitter Account For USMNT News Inexplicably Suspended

United States men’s national team fans were shocked on Thursday to learn one of the top Twitter accounts for news on the team has been suspended. “USMNT ONLY” is as advertised, only news on the men's national team. The account had more than 60,000 loyal followers but now is no more. What happened to USMNT ONLY?

What Happened To USMNT ONLY?

Anyone who tries to visit the Twitter account will be met with this page.

Guinean Refugee Goes From Eighth Tier To Atalanta, Scores Twice In First Youth Team Start

Eighteen-year-old Moustapha Cissé scored his first two Atalanta goals with the composure of a veteran striker.

The first came from a looping through ball, which Cissé took one touch to control before providing a steady low finish inside the far post. The second came on a well-placed, one-touch shot after some strong interplay with a teammate on the edge of the penalty area.

Billionaires Vs. Millionaires: What The MLB Lockout Could Mean For Soccer

Eleven months ago, the wealthiest and most successful powers in European football broke away from their domestic leagues to form what was known as the European Super League. 

The league's motto was: "The best clubs. The best players. Every week." This meant no more away trips to Burnley for Manchester City or midweek Copa del Rey fixtures in obscure provincial towns for Barcelona. 

Every game would be under the lights at the Etihad or Camp Nou featuring the biggest names in the world.

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.

From Kepa To Krul: A History Of Goalkeepers Subbed In For Penalty Kick Shootouts

Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel's decision to bring on Kepa Arrizbalaga late in the 2022 EFL Cup Final was not unprecedented — both for Chelsea and the footballing world. Kepa had replaced Mendy in the waning moments of extra time in the UEFA Super Cup against Villarreal earlier in the year, saving two penalties in Chelsea's shootout victory.

In fact, the Spaniard is an above-average keeper in his career when it comes to saving penalties. 

U.S. Soccer Sells TV Rights To Turner Sports, HBO In 8-Year Deal

It’s hard to remember a time when ESPN and Fox didn’t dominate the U.S. soccer TV landscape. The two have aired every World Cup since 1994 and have been the consistent home for U.S. women’s and men’s national team games over the last decade. That era is ending, though worry not, it won’t change too much.