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The woman 'facelifting' soccer's men's club
As FIFA's secretary general, Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura is one of the most powerful figures in world football.
World Cup 2018: China and Syria keep dream alive
China kept its World Cup 2018 dream alive with victory over South Korea amid tight security in the city of Changsha.
Champions League: Real face Bayern in quarterfinals
Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti will return to former club Real Madrid after the two teams were paired in the Champions League quarterfinal draw.
African soccer votes for change in shock result
African football has a new president for the first time in 29 years after Madagascar's Ahmad Ahmad won a surprise victory in Thursday's election.
Convicted murderer Bruno back in Brazilian soccer
After seven years in prison, the Brazilian goalkeeper convicted of killing his girlfriend and feeding her to the dogs ... is back in the game.
Can Shakespeare end Leicester's winter of discontent?
It was a winter of discontent that cost Claudio Ranieri his job.
Whose skills would you choose?
Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? Everybody has their favorite player, but could choose skills from more than one and create an unbeatable superstar?
ROI: Premier League's best-value signings
Is Putin's Russia ready to host $10B World Cup?
Russia hasn't had it easy since winning the right to stage the 2018 World Cup.
Man Utd 'has to be challenging for title'
He might have recently secured his 16th major honor, but Michael Carrick just can't get enough of that winning feeling.
A mother's quest for justice
The Hillsborough disaster claimed the lives of 96 football fans in 1989. Amid the lies and smears that followed, one woman led the charge for justice.
Barca 'made the impossible possible'
It was supposed to be beyond the bounds of possibility, even for Barcelona.
Barca routs PSG 6-1
Its motto is "More than a club" and Spain's Barcelona produced more than a result routing France's Paris Saint-Germain 6-1 to qualify for the Champions League quarterfinals.
Real legend Raul on Zidane the coach
Today, Raul Gonzalez and Zinedine Zidane lead very different lives.
Villa: Career beyond my wildest dreams
David Villa's career has been beyond his wildest dreams.
Should players stand for anthem?
Will Megan Rapinoe continue her protest by kneeling during the national anthem the next time she suits up for the U.S. Women's National Team?
Women's team's novel messages
Ahead of International Women's Day, female soccer stars on both sides of the Atlantic are doing their best to inspire and promote empowerment.
Survey: FIFA has not regained trust
According to a survey, 97% of football fans are still concerned about corruption in FIFA one year after Gianni Infantino became president.
China building football league
Money appears to be no object in the Chinese Super League, as some of soccer's top stars are being lured to clubs that previously flew well below the radar of most fans.
US star: 'Country seems divided'
Ahead of the new Major League Soccer season, the multi-cultural Alejandro Bedoya shares his views on his sport as well as US politics. CNN's Don Riddell spoke with Bedoya.