The 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup ended in the quarterfinals for the USMNT, who showed well in New Zealand. The question of expectation is always there for the age-group World Cups, with USMNT U-20 coach Tab Ramos discussing that in Monday’s soccer news update. Also in the soccer news,
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Bundesliga Fanatic’s Mathew Burt profiles returning Eintracht Frankfurt coach Armin Veh. The Manchester Evening News’ Stuart Brennan has Manchester City responding to the risk of Financial Fair Play sanctions by continuing to spend in the transfer market. The Guardian’s Paul Wilson looks at Newcastle United’s decision to go with Steve McClaren as manager.
The NY Times’ Rob Hughes looks at the big picture for the Copa America and South American soccer. ESPN FC’s Andy Mitten interviews a soccer agent working in England. Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter would face internal issues if he decided to try to stay on, according to AP’s Rob Harris. Sky Sports’ Paul Kelso talks to Sepp Blatter’s campaign adviser about the potential for Blatter staying on.
BBC Sport’s Rob Stevens explains why Peter Crouch isn’t very popular in Trinidad & Tobago. The Toronto Sun’s Kurtis Larson looks back at Canada in the 1976 Olympic soccer tournament.
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