Inside Europe: How Chris Smalling revived his flailing career at Roma
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Inside Europe: How Chris Smalling revived his flailing career at Roma

Welcome to theScore’s weekly column on European football. Every Monday, Anthony Lopopolo scours the continent’s top leagues for the biggest stories. When Paulo Fonseca was named Roma manager…

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What's next for Zlatan: Examining 7 potential landing spots
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What's next for Zlatan: Examining 7 potential landing spots

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s spell with the Los Angeles Galaxy came to an end Wednesday. As tributes extolling his stellar two-year tenure emerged, so too did speculation about his next…

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Cagliari avoid punishment for racist chants aimed at Inter's Lukaku
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Cagliari avoid punishment for racist chants aimed at Inter's Lukaku

Serie A opted not to discipline Cagliari after fans directed monkey noises at Inter forward Romelu Lukaku earlier in September. The racist chants were heard when the Belgian…

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Inter ultras deny Lukaku faced racism: Monkey chants a 'form of respect'
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Inter ultras deny Lukaku faced racism: Monkey chants a 'form of respect'

A group of Inter fans have come to the defense of Cagliari supporters who racially abused striker Romelu Lukaku. Lukaku called for action Monday after he was the…

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Headbutts and unpaid wages: Jay Bothroyd's wild journey from Arsenal to Japan
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Headbutts and unpaid wages: Jay Bothroyd's wild journey from Arsenal to Japan

Just days after his 18th birthday, Jay Bothroyd threw his shirt at the Arsenal bench when he was substituted during youth-team duty. It was an error that would…

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Lautaro Martinez offers Argentina better future at desperate time of need
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Lautaro Martinez offers Argentina better future at desperate time of need

Argentina has a lot of problems. Lionel Messi can’t find his groove, the country’s football federation can’t find a decent coach, and boardroom executives can’t agree on a…

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How De Boer's bid to rebuild reputation in Atlanta is faring so far
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How De Boer's bid to rebuild reputation in Atlanta is faring so far

TORONTO – Everything happened so quickly. Record-breaking attendances, Latin American virtuosos dizzying defenses, and hoisting the 2018 MLS Cup: Atlanta United already had substantial notoriety by the end…

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5 under-the-radar players who impressed in Copa America group stage
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5 under-the-radar players who impressed in Copa America group stage

There are only eight matches left at the 2019 Copa America. Here, theScore looks back at the 18 games from the group stage and details the lesser-known names…

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Sarri hired as Juventus manager after terminating Chelsea contract
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Sarri hired as Juventus manager after terminating Chelsea contract

Maurizio Sarri is back in Italy after a trying year abroad. Having led Chelsea to a Champions League spot and a European title, the 60-year-old returned home Sunday…

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35 stars who will define the summer transfer window
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35 stars who will define the summer transfer window

With the Champions League final closing the book on the 2018-19 European club campaign, focus now shifts to the summer transfer window, which promises to feature a bevy…

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