Category Archives: Sports

Juventus lawyers appear in court for false accounting trial

TURIN, Italy (AP) — Juventus’ lawyers appeared before a judge Monday to face the first of a series of court dates after the 36-time Italian champions were accused of false accounting. The judge adjourned the proceedings for administrative reasons until May 10 for a preliminary hearing in a Turin court. Juventus, former club president Andrea… Read More »

The Canadian men head to Curacao for their first game since the World Cup in Qatar

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Ronaldo scores 121st and 122nd goals as Portugal beat Luxembourg

LUXEMBOURG (AP) – Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice to beat Luxembourg 6-0 in European Championship qualifying and the Portugal star added to his international goals and caps record on Sunday. Ronaldo’s double, the all-time leading scorer in men’s football, took his career tally to 122 goals for his country in the 198th game of his career… Read More »

England’s Phil Foden missed the match after having his appendix removed

LONDON (AP) — England’s Phil Foden was ruled out of Sunday’s European Championship qualifier against Ukraine after tearing his appendix just hours before kick-off. The Manchester City forward underwent surgery on Sunday morning, the Football Association said. Harry Kane scored a record 55th goal for his national team and Bukayo Xhaka added another as England… Read More »

Key Bayern players signal trouble as Tuchel takes over

DUSSELDORF, Germany (AP) — Strange, shocking, a sign of how heartfelt soccer can be. New coach Thomas Tuchel hinted at unrest in the squad ahead of his first training session with comments from two key Bayern Munich players. Midfielders Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka expressed concern on Saturday following the sudden sacking of Julian Nagelsmann… Read More »

Toronto FC finishes with a scoreless draw against San Jose

SAN JOSE, Calif., – Toronto goalie Sean Johnson and San Jose’s JT Marcinkowski both pitched a scoreless tie Saturday night, both finishing with two saves. The Earthquakes (2-2-1) improved to 2-0-4 in their last six home games in the series. Toronto (1-1-3) hasn’t won in San Jose since 2010. San Jose was looking for its… Read More »

Betcher rallies Whitecaps to draw with Minnesota United

SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Simon Becher scored an unassisted goal in his first game of the season, which came in the eighth minute of second-half stoppage time, as the Vancouver Whitecaps held to a dramatic 1-1 draw with Minnesota United on Saturday night. Becher played on for 20 minutes before delivering the equaliser. His only… Read More »