Canada's Priestman names pre-tournament roster6 minute read Updated: 3:15 PM CDT
The fight for places on the Canadian women's World Cup team is going to go down to the wire in some cases.
Canada coach Bev Priestman has chosen 25 players for a camp in Australia before next month's tournament, including several players who have been racing to get fit.
The camp starts June 28 on the Gold Coast, with the sixth-ranked Canadians playing a final tune-up game against No. 4 England on July 14 behind closed doors.
The two teams could meet again in the round of 16 at the tournament.
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Police say 23 Fiorentina, West Ham soccer fans detained around Europa Conference League final2 minute read Preview 7:13 AM CDT
PRAGUE (AP) — Czech police detained 23 West Ham and Fiorentina soccer fans for their behaviour in connection with the Europa Conference League final in Prague, authorities said Thursday.
One person is suspected of attacking a police officer, two others of hooliganism. The rest are suspected of committing various misdemeanours, including using flares and other pyrotechnics at various places in the Czech capital, police said.
Police didn’t give details about the detained fans. Interior Minister Vít Rakušan said only that as far their numbers the Italians “won.”
Police previously said Fiorentina fans attacked West Ham supporters in a bar in downtown Prague ahead of Wednesday’s final. Three West Ham fans and one police officer were injured in the incident while 16 people were detained.
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Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister joins Liverpool from Brighton2 minute read Preview 5:25 AM CDT
Argentina midfielder Alexis Mac Allister signed for Liverpool for a reported initial fee of 35 million pounds ($43.6 million) on Thursday to mark the start of an expected rebuild by the club.
Mac Allister, part of Argentina's World Cup-winning team last year, completed a move from Brighton on what Liverpool described as a “long-term deal.”
“Since I won the World Cup, I said that I want to win more trophies and I think that this club will help me to do that," the 24-year-old Mac Allister said. “That’s the aim and when you are in a big club like this one you have to win trophies. So, that’s what I want.”
Mac Allister helped Brighton secure its highest-ever Premier League finish of sixth place, which was one spot below Liverpool
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Guzan secures 50th career clean sheet; Atlanta, LAFC play to scoreless draw1 minute read Preview 12:04 AM CDT
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Brad Guzan made eight saves in the 50th clean sheet of his career to help Atlanta United play LAFC to a scoreless draw on Wednesday night.
Atlanta (6-4-8) has not won an away match against a Western Conference opponent since the 2019 season against Portland. LAFC (7-1-6) has yet to lose a match at home this season. The home side had won the three previous meetings between Atlanta and Los Angeles.
LAFC goalkeeper John McCarthy earned his fifth clean sheet of the season.
Atlanta, which extended its unbeaten streak to five games, hosts D.C. United on Saturday. LAFC plays at the Houston Dynamo on Saturday.
Ferreira scores 10th goal, FC Dallas beats St. Louis in rescheduled game1 minute read Preview Yesterday at 8:35 PM CDT
FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Jesús Ferreira scored in the 80th minute for his 10th goal of the season and FC Dallas beat St. Louis 2-0 on Wednesday night in a rescheduled game.
The game originally started on May 6, but it was postponed after 50 minutes of play due to inclement weather with the score 0-0.
Ferreira is tied with LAFC's Dénis Bouanga and Nashville's Hany Mukhtar for the league lead in goals. Ferreira is the first player to reach double-digit goals with no penalties this season.
Dallas defender Marco Farfan added a goal in the 89th minute after being left alone at the far post.
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