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May 9, 2013 — David Moyes will be succeeding the world's most famous soccer coach. Alex Ferguson announced this week that he'll retire at the end of the season. Moyes has led the English Premier League's Everton club since 2002.
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May 8, 2013 — Alex Ferguson, who is stepping down after 27 years at the helm of Manchester United, is widely regarded as the most successful British soccer manager ever.
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Mar 27, 2013 — Mexico City's Azteca Stadium has been "a house of horrors" for the Americans. Tuesday's tie with Mexico, though, gives Team USA a much-needed point in World Cup qualifying standings. So is ending nil-nil actually a big plus?
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Nov 15, 2012 — His GOALLL! for Sweden Wednesday night is getting rave reviews. Watch the video of the long-distance bicycle kick that cemented Sweden's 4-2 victory over England. Then tell us: Is it the best ever?
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Sep 18, 2012 — Lionel Messi and his teammates are tired of being asked for autographs by male members of Turkish Airlines' crews, the club says. So, the soccer team has asked that only women be on board with the team. The airline — the team's official carrier — has agreed.
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Mar 30, 2012 — From being "in effect, dead" after suffering a heart attack during a game on March 17, the English Premier League midfielder has recovered enough to send fans a wonderful photo of him smiling way from a hospital bed.
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