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Home teams are Israeli, but turf is in West Bank

Israeli-occupied land in the West Bank is preventing young Palestinians from playing the game they love.

How to stop Barcelona: 5 ways Atletico Madrid silenced the MSN trident

Diego Simeone’s side has the best success rate of stymieing the offensive genius of Messi, Suarez and Neymar.

Tragedy in the Skies: The Fateful Final Journey of FC Pakhtakor Tashkent

Uzbek side FC Pakhtakor Tashkent experienced one of the lesser-known sports tragedies of the 20th century.

The heartbreak of Ronaldo at Internazionale

O Fenomeno’s time at Inter was marked by fleeting glimpses of genius.

Twenty years of Wenger: where are the Arsenal manager’s rivals from 1996 now?

A list of the Premier League managers employed on September 22, 1996 — the day Arsene Wenger was unveiled at Arsenal.

Greece is the word: Joleon Lescott and the history of British tragedies

More than a few Brits have plied their trade in the Greek League, but not many have experienced sustained success.

The goalkeepers who don’t need their hands

Pep Guardiola is revolutionizing the position  —  and he might win the Premier League in the process.

It’s time to accept that politics and soccer will inevitably mix

Political statements in the soccer realm are as old as the sport itself.

Portland and Seattle: Two cities part of the same soccer culture

The MLS’s best rivalry is between identical fanbases.

Christian Pulisic will become the greatest player in USMNT history

The kid from Hershey, Pennsylvania is primed to become the United States’ first mens world class player.