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“Not in my wildest dreams could I have imagined being coach of Barcelona,” Quique Setien said after the club appointed him last week, ending a turbulent chapter under the previous boss, Ernesto Valverde. “I never thought Barcelona would choose me.” Nor did most people. Betis’ 61-year-old former coach is a committed follower of Johan Cruyff,
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It’s a signing that seems almost too perfect. Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez, the most recognizable Mexican player for over a decade, is now in Southern California having signed with the LA Galaxy and the marketing possibilities seem endless. The sight of Chicharito going up against compatriot Carlos Vela twice a year (at least) adds another layer
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Sometimes, it takes something bold to effect change. UEFA’s annual benchmarking report, released this week, underscores what we already know. There’s good news (financial stability) and not-so-good news: extreme polarization. And it’s the latter that could use a fix. Over the past decade, debt has fallen, revenue has increased tremendously and the game of soccer,
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