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6:28 PM ET Sporting Kansas City midfielder Felipe Hernandez has been suspended without pay after an investigation revealed violations of Major League Soccer’s gambling integrity rules, including that he bet on two MLS matches. MLS announced Friday that an independent investigation launched in July found that Hernandez had engaged in “extensive and unlawful sports gambling”
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Nov 25, 2021 ESPN’s lead Bundesliga commentator Derek Rae explains why it’s impossible to fully discuss league matters at the moment without the COVID-19 factor, as the pandemic impacts everyday German life. I realise COVID-19 is not what every Bundesliga fan wants to read about, but it’s undeniably having a huge say in the course
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2:44 PM ET New York City FC and the Portland Timbers were convincing in their Round 1 victories, and their rewards are dates with Major League Soccer’s 2021 conference champions: the New England Revolution and Colorado Rapids. The opening salvo of the MLS Cup playoffs contained its fair share of drama as well, none more
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10:57 AM ET The United States men’s national team will host El Salvador in Columbus, Ohio, on Jan. 27, and Honduras in St. Paul, Minnesota, on Feb. 2 in the next World Cup qualifying window, U.S. Soccer announced Wednesday. The fixtures will be part of a three-game window, that includes a trip to play first-place
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11:15 AM ET The Chicago Fire has named former Columbus Crew assistant Ezra Hendrickson to be the team’s next coach. The Fire had been without a manager since firing Raphael Wicky back on Sept. 30. Chicago finished the season in 12th place in the 14-team Eastern Conference, 14 points outside the seventh and final playoff
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9:26 AM ET Major League Soccer side Toronto FC has hired Bob Bradley as the team’s new head coach and sporting director, the club announced. Bradley joins the Canadian club after leaving LAFC, where he had served from 2017 as the team’s first ever manager. – ESPN+ viewers guide: LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, FA Cup, more
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5:48 PM ET Chelsea claimed a thumping 4-0 victory over Juventus thanks to goals from home-grown trio Trevoh Chalobah, Reece James and Callum Hudson-Odoi and a fourth by Timo Werner to top Champions League Group H and cruise into the knockout stage. European champions Chelsea took control from the outset and never relaxed as they
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12:25 PM ET Charlotte FC will plays its first Major League Soccer match on Feb. 26 at DC United and will host the LA Galaxy in its home opener on March 5. Nashville’s new 30,000-seat stadium will open May 1 with a game against Philadelphia, the league said Monday. Other matches on Feb. 26 include
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5:41 PM ET Major League Soccer Golden Boot winner Valentin Castellanos scored his first MLS Cup playoff goal in the 49th minute to lead New York City FC to a 2-0 home victory in Sunday’s Round 1 clash against Atlanta United at Yankee Stadium. Defender Alexander Callens added his second goal of 2021 in all
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2:57 PM ET MLS president Mark Abbott is stepping down at the end of 2022. USA Today Images Mark Abbott is stepping down from his position as president and deputy commissioner of Major League Soccer, effective at the end of 2022, according to a memo obtained by ESPN. The Sports Business Journal was first to report
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2:59 PM ET FC Dallas star Ricardo Pepi was named the 2021 Major League Soccer Young Player of the Year on Thursday. The 18-year-old forward led his club with 13 goals and added three assists in 31 games, including 24 starts. – ESPN+ viewers’ guide: LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, FA Cup, more– World Cup 2022 qualifying:
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3:37 PM ET The most dramatic Decision Day in Major League Soccer history is behind us, and while we’re sad to see the season end for 13 unlucky clubs (and their even unluckier fans), our enthusiasm for the beginning of the MLS Cup playoffs knows no bounds. The New England Revolution and Colorado Rapids will
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2:28 PM ET Associated Press Uruguayan referee Andres Cunha and video assistant Esteban Ostojich were suspended on Wednesday after failing to give a red card to Argentina defender Nicolas Otamendi during a World Cup qualifying match against Brazil. Otamendi hit Brazil forward Raphinha with his elbow in the 35th minute of Tuesday’s match in San
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