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12 February 2018
As the Champions League returns after the winter, FFT examines how the contenders are shaping up - from a pair of struggling former winners to the likely 2017/18 champions
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12 February 2018
U.S. Soccer's newly elected president has spoken about his platform. Executing it will be a different challenge.
ISI Photos-Roy K. Miller
12 February 2018
Carlos Cordeiro's move from VP to president means continuity for U.S. Soccer. Sunil Gulati — 2026 World Cup bid and all — is still in the picture, which won't quiet his critics.
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10 February 2018
Carlos Cordeiro is the new president of U.S. Soccer. Just as they were in the build-up to voting, opinions are divided over his election. Here's a collection of reactions from fans, journalists, fellow candidates and team owners.
10 February 2018
The sitting vice president prevailed in an election in which "change" was the operative word. How did that happen? We explain.
9 February 2018
The Blues boss is facing calls for his head, but Thore Haugstad argues that the Italian is a victim of his own success at Stamford Bridge 
9 February 2018
Despite there being three men on the goalline, Giovinco made easy work of his free-kick against Club America in Mexico.
8 February 2018
Raheem Sterling missing the target for Man City against Burnley was a jaw-dropper, but can he compare to these all-time howlers? Greg Lea watches on aghast
8 February 2018
After being granted a space in U.S. Soccer's second tier, Las Vegas Lights have released a bold new strip.
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7 February 2018
Lori Lindsey is staying involved in the game after her playing career, including with her former club, the Washington Spirit, and as a voting member in the contentious U.S. Soccer presidential election. 
7 February 2018
Mo Salah has told FourFourTwo there was no way he could turn down the chance to sign for Liverpool – the club he's loved since he was a child
7 February 2018
The stats don’t lie: these are the Premier League gaffers who’ve got more wins per game than their rivals...