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Today β€” December 11th 2018Your RSS feeds

The Original Ronaldo Adjusts to the Owner’s Box

By TARIQ PANJA

In buying a Spanish club, Ronaldo, a two-time World Cup winner with Brazil, is hoping to set a model for a post-career life.

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The Original Ronaldo Adjusts to the Owner’s Box

By TARIQ PANJA

In buying a Spanish club, Ronaldo, a two-time World Cup winner with Brazil, is hoping to set a model for a post-career life.

On Soccer: In a Transplanted Final, Even the Copa Libertadores Is Sanitized

By RORY SMITH

The game, moved from Argentina after fan violence forced a postponement, retained its drama but not all the color of a true South American championship.

On Soccer: In a Transplanted Final, Even the Copa Libertadores Is Sanitized

By RORY SMITH

The game, moved from Argentina after fan violence forced a postponement, retained its drama but not all the color of a true South American championship.

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U.S. Draws Sweden, Thailand and Chile at 2019 Women’s World Cup

By ANDREW KEH

The Americans, seeking their second straight World Cup title and fourth over all, will open the tournament against Thailand on June 11 in Reims.

U.S. Draws Sweden, Thailand and Chile at 2019 Women’s World Cup

By ANDREW KEH

The Americans, seeking their second straight World Cup title and fourth over all, will open the tournament against Thailand on June 11 in Reims.

In Buenos Aires, a Final Is Gone, and So Is Some of Its Fire

By DANIEL POLITI

The rescheduled Copa Libertadores final between River Plate and Boca Juniors will be played Sunday in Madrid. For the fans left behind in Argentina, that stings.

2019 Women’s World Cup Draw: a Primer

By VICTOR MATHER

The United States women’s national team and the rest of the field will learn their first three opponents at Saturday’s draw in Paris.

V.A.R. at the Women’s World Cup? FIFA Still Won’t Say

By ANDREW KEH

After hailing the performance of video-assistant review technology at the men’s World Cup, FIFA still won’t commit to having it for the women’s event next year.

U.S. Soccer Team Maps Out Six-Month Schedule Ahead of Women’s World Cup

By ANDREW DAS

The team will also learn its first three World Cup opponents when the draw for the tournament takes place in Paris on Saturday.

Luka Modric Wins Ballon d’Or, Ending Decade of Ronaldo and Messi Triumphs

By ANDREW DAS

Modric, the Real Madrid and Croatia midfielder, ended a 10-year streak in which either Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi took home the award. The results were leaked online before the announcement.

On Soccer: A Final for All Time, Sacrificed on the Altar of the Modern Game

By RORY SMITH

The decision to move the Copa Libertadores final to Spain is a failure of leadership, organization and governance. But it also is a precedent teams and fans may come to regret.

Rescheduled Copa Libertadores Final Will Be Played in Madrid

By RORY SMITH

The South American championship, delayed twice because of fan violence in Argentina, will take place at the home of Real Madrid on Dec. 9.

Roundup: Champions League: P.S.G. Steadies Itself With Win Over Liverpool

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

P.S.G. moved to second place in a tight Group C, while Messi scored one goal and set up another in Barca’s win over PSV.

All-Argentine Copa Libertadores Final to Be Played Outside Argentina

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Fan violence caused a game to be postponed, and on Tuesday the South American soccer federation said the game would be held outside the country.

Boca Juniors Requests Disqualification for River Plate in Final

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Citing its own disqualification in 2015 as precedent, Boca Juniors plan to ask Copa Libertadores organizers to declare them champions.

On Soccer: For Copa Libertadores at a Crossroads, a Weekend to Forget

By RORY SMITH

A final between Boca Juniors and River Plate was to be a showcase for Argentine soccer, and for the South American game. Then bus windows were smashed, and the vision fell apart.

On Soccer: For Copa Libertadores at a Crossroads, a Weekend to Forget

By RORY SMITH

A final between Boca Juniors and River Plate was to be a showcase for Argentine soccer, and for the South American game. Then bus windows were smashed, and the vision fell apart.

Copa Libertadores: Boca Juniors vs. River Plate Postponed Again; Final’s Future Unclear

By RORY SMITH

The second leg of the Copa Libertadores final in Buenos Aires, delayed a day after the Boca bus was attacked Saturday, was called off again.

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