Thursday’s soccer news update has the aftermath of a crowded schedule for MLS. That includes Robbie Rogers scoring his first goal for the LA Galaxy and Toronto FC playing with confidence at home against Montreal. From there, it has to be another installment of FIFA news.
— Landon Donovan (@landondonovan) June 25, 2015
Goal.com’s Rudi Schuller looks at what it means for Toronto FC when their plans start to work.
Writing for ESPN FC, Simon Kuper looks at 2015-16 for Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea. BBC Sport’s Alec Fenn with what might be the key to success in high level soccer. The Guardian”s Amy Lawrence on why English players normally don’t play for foreign clubs. World Soccer has the latest on a legal challenge to Financial Fair Play.
Reuters’ Mark Hosenball update the scope of the Swiss investigation of FIFA. USA Today’s Erick Brady explains the issues with The International Centre for Sport Security, an organization receiving funding from Qatar. In an update to a story from Wednesday’s soccer news, Wired 868’s Lasana Liburd has the latest twist in CONCACAF Olympic qualifying.
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