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Robinson and two assistants have been let go after the team's playoff hopes continued to evaporate in a disappointing weekend loss to Dallas.
Luka Modric has broken a decade of award dominance by Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi after being crowned world footballer of the year by FIFA, while Marta won the women's award for a sixth time.
The Vancouver Whitecaps' playoffs dreams are looking more dim than ever after the team lost 2-1 to FC Dallas on Sunday afternoon.
Midfielder Micheal Azira scored a game-tying goal in the 27th minute as the Montreal Impact held on for a 1-1 draw against New York City FC on Saturday.
Alejandro Romero Gamarra scored in the 70th minute and the New York Red Bulls all but knocked defending MLS champions Toronto FC out of playoff contention with a 2-0 victory Saturday night.
Alex Ferguson has returned to Old Trafford for the first time since undergoing an emergency brain operation in May and will watch Manchester United host Wolverhampton in the Premier League later Saturday.
In a concession to women's soccer, FIFA will start funding business-class flights for some of the Women's World Cup teams traveling to France for next year's tournament.
Jesus Duenas scored twice to help Tigres UANL defeat Toronto FC 3-1 Wednesday night as the Mexican and MLS champions faced off in the inaugural Campeones Cup.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been sent off in his first Champions League match for Juventus and walked off the pitch in tears. He was dismissed in the 29th minute after tangling with Jeison Murillo and appeared to put his hand on the Valencia defender's head.
Watch live action from the inaugural Socca6 World Cup, set in the iconic Praça do Comércio in Lisbon’s city centre. Catch the next match between France and Canada on Friday at 8:30 a.m. ET.
Two Russian players have been left out of Spartak Moscow's squad for a Europa League game amid a dispute over a poem posted on Instagram.
Messi scored a record eighth Champions League hat trick on Tuesday in Barcelona's 4-0 win over PSV Eindhoven as Europe's top club competition got underway. Meanwhile, Kylian Mbappe, the teenage star widely viewed as the man capable of dethroning Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in a near future as the best player in the world, endured a frustrating night in a 3-2 loss with Paris Saint-Germain at Liverpool.
On this week's episode of the Player's Own Voice podcast, Canadian goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe shares her two-year plan: Canada wins the 2019 World Cup, then beats Japan — in Japan no less — for Olympic gold in 2020.
Ottawa Fury FC is sticking with the tried-and-tested United Soccer League. "It was always a long shot, I think, for the Fury to be in the Canadian Premier League in its first year," says Mark Goudie, president and CEO of Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group.
Knowing already that it was to be separated from the U.S. in the preliminary round, Canada expected little drama out of Tuesday's draw for next month's CONCACAF Women's Championship.
Lionel Messi failed to make the world player of the year shortlist Monday for the first time since 2006, with Luka Modric and Mohamed Salah making their first appearance in the final three alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.
For Russia's top clubs, it's almost as if the World Cup never happened. The national team made an incredible run to the World Cup quarterfinals, but Russia's clubs have struggled to show any momentum in European competitions this season.
Prince scored the game's only goal and Stephanie Labbé posted a clean sheet, as Canada shut out Brazil 1-0 in a soccer friendly in Ottawa.
After Saturday's loss, a measured Michael Bradley unloaded on a season that has seen TFC go from record-breaking champions to disappointing also-rans.