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Topic - The 2010 World Cup
Defender Oguchi Onyewu got his first start since summer when the United States played Ukraine on Wednesday night in an exhibition game moved to Larnaca, Cyprus, from Kharkiv because of political trouble.
The match had been overshadowed by the turmoil in Ukraine and its players said before the game that they were dedicating it to their people back home.
Barcelona captain Carles Puyol says he will leave the club at the end of the season, preferring to take some time off after several injury-filled seasons.
Brian McBride and Kristine Lilly have been elected to the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame along with former men's national team coach Bob Bradley.
Pressure is mounting on Japanese clubs to emulate the regional dominance of their national side as the Asian Champions League kicks off this Tuesday, with J-League sides looking to break a five-year drought in the continental competition.
Libya lifted its first international football title by beating favorite and West African power Ghana on penalties in the final of the African Nations Championship on Saturday.
Nike and the South African Football Association announced a five-year sponsorship deal Tuesday which sees the American sportswear label replace German manufacturer Puma as kit supplier to the struggling former World Cup host.
Uruguay striker Diego Forlan says he is leaving Brazilian club Internacional to play for Cerezo Osaka in Japan.
Bert Williams, the England goalkeeper who gave up the goal that allowed a team of journeymen Americans at the 1950 World Cup to produce one of soccer's great upsets, has died. He was 93.
Former Argentina midfielder Jonas Gutierrez was sent on loan to Norwich for the rest of the season on Monday after losing his starting place at fellow Premier League side Newcastle.
Spain is at the top of the year-end FIFA rankings for the sixth straight year.
The Nelson Mandela Championship golf tournament will end one day early next week to recognize the state funeral for the late president.
The draw ceremony for the World Cup is underway in Brazil, opening with a tribute to Nelson Mandela.
The eyes of soccer focused nervously Friday on the draw to determine where, when and, most important, who the 32 teams will play at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The Brazilian government is concerned that some hotels listed on FIFA's website for the 2014 World Cup plan steep price hikes during the tournament and is reportedly considering investigating the FIFA-appointed agency in charge of accommodation.