I feel your pain, Wayne

I didn’t think I’d find myself contemplating readjusting a large portion of my lifestyle that means a lot to me so soon. It all started recently with a daily routine that I simply couldn’t ignore anymore. Every morning, I’d find myself checking my phone notifications, which often mentioned Manchester United
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Defense is boring — or is it?

The European Championships ended just over a week ago and, well, I miss it. International football is a fun affair full of breathtaking matches and unforgettable moments. This edition of the Euros ended with a great surprise when Eder scored the winning goal to give Portugal its first-ever piece of
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El Santa Clarazo

Beer cups poured onto the pitch, as the heavily pro-Mexico spectators booed and jeered at the action in Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium. The fact that Mexico lost, 7-0, against Chile was insufferable. El Tri’s faithful couldn’t believe that La Roja put on a goal scoring clinic, considering that Mexico went
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For queen and country

June 21, 2002: I was a 7-year-old kid then, watching the quarterfinal between England and Brazil at the FIFA World Cup. The Three Lions had gone up thanks to a Michael Owen goal but the Brazilians equalized through Rivaldo. England had been dominating the match, and then it happened. I
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Goal on our field

On Friday, the United States of America played in a very important international sporting event. The U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team played Colombia in its first game of the Copa America tournament, losing 2-0. Although Colombia is a great team right now — FIFA ranks it 3rd in the world
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May the best team win?

AC Milan and Internazionale, the tenants of the San Siro, have won 10 UCL/European cup titles collectively since 1963 . This year, the stadium played host to another set of crosstown rivals vying for Europe’s top prize at club level. Real Madrid defeated Atletico Madrid 5-3 in penalties to lift
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