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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Vito Mannone Q&A: Sunderland pain, Jens Lehmann's tough love
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Vito Mannone Q&A: Sunderland pain, Jens Lehmann's tough love

Vito Mannone has had an eventful career. The Italian goalkeeper was first plucked from Atalanta by Arsenal as a teenager, where he worked under the legendary, yet oft-criticized…

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Sterling laughs off Bonucci's claim Kean was partly to blame for racism
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Sterling laughs off Bonucci's claim Kean was partly to blame for racism

Leonardo Bonucci’s suggestion that Juventus colleague Moise Kean was “50-50” to blame for the racist abuse he was victim to at Cagliari has been criticized by Raheem Sterling.…

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Bernardeschi emerges as unsung hero of Juve's huge comeback
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Bernardeschi emerges as unsung hero of Juve's huge comeback

Federico Bernardeschi’s big moment finally came. In and out of the lineup during his first two seasons at Juventus, the 25-year-old made his breakthrough in the most important…

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Ranking the 10 best signings of the January transfer window
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Ranking the 10 best signings of the January transfer window

Following the usual flurry of deadline-day business, the winter transfer window is closed for another year. While there were fewer wacky narratives to follow this January – Harry…

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5 deals that fell through on transfer deadline day
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5 deals that fell through on transfer deadline day

Here, theScore runs through the transfer talks that broke down during the January window’s final day. Idrissa Gueye to Paris Saint-Germain Tony McArdle – Everton FC / Everton…

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