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Les Bleus to Red Devils: Henry named assistant Belgium coach
Former France striker Thierry Henry was appointed as an assistant to new Belgium coach Roberto Martinez on Friday as the talent-packed team seeks to shake off its underachiever tag.
 
New Spain coach Julen Lopetegui on Friday left out veteran captain Iker Casillas, the country's most-capped player, from his first squad as manager for upcoming internationals against Belgium and Liechtenstein.
 
Altidore's late strike gives Toronto win at Orlando
Toronto's Jozy Altidore scored in the 86th minute to give the Canadian club a 2-1 win at Orlando City on Wednesday, moving to the top of Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference.
 
Blatter mounts final FIFA ban appeal
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter began his final appeal Thursday against his six-year ban from football, in a long-shot quest for redemption after his career ended in scandal.
 
Hull confounding grim preseason forecasts in Premier League
Hull started the season as the English Premier League's "crisis club," regarded by some as the worst-prepared team ever to begin a top-flight campaign.
 
9-man Roma out of CL after 3-0 defeat to Porto
Roma failed to reach the Champions League group stage after having two men sent off in a 3-0 defeat at home to Porto in the second leg of their playoff on Tuesday.
 
Top European clubs set to win in new Champions League deal
The richest clubs and biggest leagues in Europe are set to tighten their grip on the Champions League's future format and prize money this week.
 
Chinese takeover approach for Liverpool: report
Premier League giants Liverpool are the target of an 800 million pounds ($1 billion, 924 million euros) takeover bid backed by the Chinese government, British newspaper the Sunday Times reported.
 
Jurgen Klopp admitted he was baffled by Liverpool's surprise defeat at Burnley in which they enjoyed over 80 percent of possession, but still lost 2-0 to the newly-promoted club.
 
Joao Havelange, who has died at 100, was the man who made FIFA a global powerhouse, only to resign under a cloud of corruption that has darkened the world soccer body's reputation.
 
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