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Winnipeg soccer team earns gold in Italy

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CHICO'S School of Soccer Excellence (CSSE) based in Winnipeg is bringing home gold from San Marino, Italy. The under-18 boys team won their division at the 2013 San Marino Cup.

The team defeated the White Plain Rockets from the United States 1-0 in a game decided by penalty kicks. CSSE scored on four of their five kicks and kept the White Plain Rockets to three goals on five attempts.

The team finished second overall in their pool with two wins and a loss. Their loss came in the first game of the tournament against Akademija Duljaj (Serbia), 2-0. They defeated Academia Venezolana de Futbol (Venezuela) 2-1, Davie United Sharks (USA) 4-0, and Misano FC (Italy) 1-0.

CSSE defeated Akademija Duljaj 2-0 in the semifinal to move on and play the White Plain Rockets.

Pischke just misses medal

UNIVERSITY of Manitoba Bisons left-side hitter Taylor Pischke and Toronto playing partner Melissa Humana-Paredes finished fourth in women's beach volleyball at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia.

The team missed out on the podium when they lost the bronze-medal match 2-0 (21-11, 21-14) to Chantal Laboureur and Julia Sude of Germany. In their semifinal earlier in the day, the Canadian duo were defeated by Russia's Ekaterina Khomiakova and Evgeniya Ukolova, 21-18, 21-19. The Russian pair was ninth at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Fulham deal goes through

LONDON -- Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan bought the English soccer club Fulham on Friday, becoming the sixth American owner in the Premier League.

The deal between previous owner Mohamed Al Fayed and Khan for the sale of the London club was completed and approved Friday. Financial details were not disclosed.

"Fulham is the perfect club at the perfect time for me," Khan said in a statement sent to The Associated Press. "I want to be clear, I do not view myself so much as the owner of Fulham, but a custodian of the club on behalf of its fans. My priority is to ensure the club and Craven Cottage each have a viable and sustainable Premier League future that fans of present and future generations can be proud of.

"We will manage the club's financial and operational affairs with prudence and care, with youth development and community programs as fundamentally important elements of Fulham's future."

Al Fayed, an Egyptian businessman, has owned Fulham since 1997 and is leaving the club debt-free as it prepares for a 13th Premier League season.

Fulham plays at Craven Cottage, a 25,700-seat stadium on the banks of the Thames in West London.

-- staff / news services

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 13, 2013 C7

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