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Rating Mexico's Gold Cup squad for Russia

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Barcelona, Real in first U.S. Clasico

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 By Nayib Moran

Miguel Herrera still assembling the pieces needed to revitalize Club America

Miguel Herrera had success in his first spell at America and looks poised to do the same in his second.

MEXICO CITY -- Miguel "Piojo" Herrera's return to Club America is still at its early stages. There's a building process that's still undergoing and explains why America suffered back-to-back losses to Queretaro in the last two weeks. Herrera's joviality is intact, knowing that in the following weeks his team is bound to show improvements, but it won't be easy because Las Aguilas' next three league games include a visit to Pachuca, a Clasico Capitalino against Pumas at Estadio...

Neymar chatter distracting, impeding PSG's preseason preparations

With Neymar's future at Barca uncertain, PSG's Edinson Cavani reveals how exciting it would be to play alongside him.
Former Chelsea striker Gianfranco Zola believes Neymar would improve PSG but not their chances of winning the Champions League.
PSG's Thiago Motta admitted both he and his teammates would love to welcome Neymar to the club.
Sid Lowe assesses the ongoing saga involving PSG's pursuit of Neymar, including Gerard Pique's tweet.

TANGIER, Morocco -- Paris Saint-Germain's summer is being dominated by the Neymar transfer saga.

Marco Verratti's flirtations with Barcelona, Dani Alves ditching Manchester City to move to the French capital and Antero Henrique's arrival as sporting director have all taken a backseat to football history's most lucrative will he or won't he story. 

The Ligue 1 giants are now in Morocco, gearing up for the French season-opening Trophee des Champions against Monaco at the Grand Stade de...

Mexico's Gold Cup squad: How many make the cut for 2018 World Cup?

Much like rest of the world, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar are split over Juan Carlos Osorio's future with Mexico.
Herculez Gomez explains why criticism of Juan Carlos Osorio is harsh after Mexico's elimination in the Gold Cup semifinals.

Now that the dust has settled following Mexico's stunning semifinal exit from the Gold Cup, it's worth revisiting how this squad performed. Keeping in mind that El Tri's roster was made up of alternate options, manager Juan Carlos Osorio likely used the CONCACAF tournament as an opportunity to test numerous backups.

With one year to go before the next World Cup, the stakes were high for plenty of fringe players who needed to impress Osorio. Now that the tournament is over, here are the current...

Onalfo couldn't transition Galaxy from brand names to youth, and it cost him

Steve Nicol feels Sigi Schmid is the perfect man to steer the Galaxy in the right direction after Curt Onalfo's sacking.

After the news broke, the only surprise was the timing of it. Following half a season of indifference and a curdling atmosphere at home games, Curt Onalfo was out as LA Galaxy coach. Sigi Schmid was in.

Schmid, the winningest coach in MLS history, has been waiting in California for his next call since being sacked a year and a day ago by Seattle -- and on Thursday morning, it came.

You can only imagine how Onalfo must have felt knowing Schmid was nearby and available while his team struggled...

Five thing about Barca's ICC win vs. Man Utd: Again, all eyes on Neymar

Toni Collins provides an update on Barcelona's ongoing Neymar saga and how they're handling it throughout the ICC.
Steve Nicol feels Pogba has the ability to be one of the world's best players, but doesn't agree he's at a Barca level yet.

LANDOVER, Md. -- Barcelona picked up their second straight International Champions Cup win on Wednesday, beating Manchester United 1-0 thanks to another goal from Neymar. Here are five things we can glean from Ernesto Valverde's second game in charge...

1. "Nothing new in relation to Neymar"

On and off the pitch, Barca's tour of the United States has been all about Neymar. Nothing new there, then, and nothing new in regards to the offer he received from Paris Saint-Germain, according...

 By Tom Adams

Fit again, Jack Wilshere's career at a crossroads ahead of Emirates Cup

Stewart Robson and Alexis Nunes debate the next move for Jack Wilshere as the Arsenal man insists on staying in England.
Gab Marcotti discusses the latest on the Alexis Sanchez transfer rumours, including where PSG and Man City stand with the striker.

If nothing else, the Emirates Cup, the annual local jamboree staged in its latest iteration this weekend, is a chance for Arsenal's lesser-known lights to make a name for themselves. This year, there might even be an unlikely chance for one particular player to remake a name for himself. Jack Wilshere has returned to full-time training just in time for the two weekend fixtures, which come at a crucial juncture of his career. 

Arsenal's bespoke preseason competition is not always a reliable...