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Latest Football League Items
The Northern California Federation Youth Football League changed its "mercy rule" this season, imposing hefty fines on teams who beat others too badly, a local television station reported.
Lionel Messi's four-goal burst ensured that he and Barcelona returned to the top of the Associated Press Global Soccer rankings this week.
The stories are separate, but they're not separate. Not really. In Kansas City, we have an NFL player killing his girlfriend and then himself — and the shadow of football and its insidious head injuries hangs over it.
Authorities have arrested nine people, including several coaches, they say were gambling on youth football games and setting point spreads.
According to reports out of Dallas, Tony Romo, the Cowboys' glamour-puss passer, still might play against the Washington Redskins on Monday night, despite a fractured rib and collapsed lung. At least, we think he has a fractured rib and collapsed lung. After the way the New York Giants conducted themselves earlier this week in their win over St.Louis, who knows for sure? Maybe he's faking.
Peter Reid paid a heating bill out of his own pocket and auctioned off one of his medals to meet the team payroll. It wasn't enough to keep his job.
Newspapers and news agencies reached a deal with English football leagues over game coverage, ensuring there will be reports Saturday from the opening day of the Premier League season.
Press boxes usually packed with journalists covering the start of the English Premier League season could be empty on Saturday because of a dispute between news organizations and the groups which administer the league.
England called off a soccer exhibition Wednesday against the Netherlands because of concerns about player safety amid a wave of rioting and looting across London, which also threatens the staging of Premier League matches this weekend.