Friday's soccer news starts in the Europa League where Timothy Chandler's Eintracht won 1-0 at Royal Antwerp in group D. Goncalo Paciencia converted a penalty a minute into stoppage time for the game's only goal. Eintracht goalkeeper Kevin Trapp made four saves to keep the clean sheet. Sam Vines wasn't in the squad for Antwerp. "It was a very intense game that we deserved to win," Chandler . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with the Europa League. DeAndre Yedlin's Galatasaray beat Lazio 1-0 at home to open its group E schedule. A 66th minute own-goal was the difference. "Today, frankly, the thing that makes me the happiest is that Galatasaray belongs in Europe," coach Fatih Terim said. "It was such a nice return." Also in group E, Konrad De La Fuente subbed on in the 56th minute of . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with Europa League qualifying. Mix Diskerud's Omonia took a 4-2 first-leg lead over Sam Vines's Royal Antwerp at GSP Stadium in Cyprus. Manuel Benson gave Antwerp the lead in the 26th minute. Omonia's Loizos Loizou leveled the score in the 43rd. Andronikos Kakoullis put Omonia up in the 48th and Loizou scored again in the 55th. Koji Miyoshi pulled a goal back for . . .
Wednesday's soccer news starts with the Europa Conference League, UEFA's return to three European competitions. The Europa Conference League slots in beneath the Europa League to give opportunities to clubs representing leagues not likely to advance to the group stage of the Champions League. If you though that's what the Europa League was for, a merger of the old UEFA Cup and Cup Winners' Cup, . . .