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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Impact's Dominic Oduro shows off brave new haircut ahead of CCL final

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman is joined by former New York Red Bulls manager Mike Petke to discuss the Montreal Impact's run to the CONCACAF Champions League final, after earning a draw at the Estadio Azteca.

The often-overlooked CONCACAF Champions League is all the rage in Montreal, where the Impact could become the first MLS club to win the continental tournament in its current incarnation.

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Wednesday's game has sold out the 60,000-seat Olympic Stadium and excitement is at a high, even in the middle of the beloved Montreal Canadiens' NHL playoff run.

Impact winger Dominic Oduro has also joined in on the hype, revealing a new hairdo on Tuesday that features the city's fleur-de-lis from the club's badge...

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Commentator mistakenly calls Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez naughty word

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on the best defense among the last 4 teams in the Champions League, and whether Chicharito's winner has revived his career at Real Madrid.

You can call Real Madrid striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez a lot of things, just don't say "pendejo."

That's what Cadena SER commentator Antonio Romero called the Mexico international -- twice -- each time Hernandez scored against Celta Vigo in Real's 4-2 win Sunday.

Pendejo is slang in Argentina for "teenager," but in Mexico it's a profanity that's closer to "idiot," and that is putting it in elegant terms.

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Romero clarified via Twitter that he did not mean to offend, saying he found out...

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Stoke keeper Sorensen to mark retirement with epic US cycle ride

Sorensen has only made one appearance for Stoke this season
Thomas Sorensen will exchange his boots for cycling cleats.

Veteran goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen has announced that he's calling it a day at the end of the current season and retiring after 22 long years in the saddle.

Currently entering into the final few months of his ever-dwindling Stoke City contract, the 38-year-old Danish stopper has vowed to mark his retirement by "giving something back" -- duly announcing that he plans to cycle some 4,000 miles across the United States in the summer all in the name of charity.

Indeed, Sorensen tweeted the details of...

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Lionel Messi-esque solo goal scored by blind footballer Yvan Wouandji

Proving himself to be blind football's answer to Lionel Messi, France international Yvan Wouandji defied his disability to score a truly brilliant goal in an international fixture against Germany on Friday.

Having taken the ball from his goalkeeper, Wouandji proceeded to weave his way upfield from the edge of his own box, skilfully jinking his way through the entire German defence before rifling home a cracking strike into the bottom corner.

The celebration wasn't half bad either.

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Fan makes his girlfriend sit an Arsenal exam: She passes!

Lucky 'The Professor' Arsene Wenger wasn't marking her test.

Obviously feeling that their relationship had reached something of an impasse and that his significant other wasn't pulling her weight in the football department, one Arsenal fan decided to make his girlfriend sit an Arsenal exam in a bid to really test their compatibility.

The exam featured a ridiculously professional-looking cover sheet, explaining that 50 marks were available and that all answers should be filled in using black ink, etc.

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Teammates fight each other during game in Brazil

Players from Brazilian club Placido de Castro didn't take their 5-2 loss to Rio Branco on Sunday night very well.

How fed up were they?

Shortly after their opponent's fifth and final goal of the day, two Placido de Castro teammates, left-back Fabio Junior and attacking-midfielder Uilian, turned on each other and began trading punches in the 79th minute of the clubs' Acre state championship game in Rio Branco.

Teammates quickly intervened to pull the passionate pugilists apart, but not before the...