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Guus Hiddink out as Netherlands coach, KNVB announces

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Paul Mariner react to the reports that Netherlands coach Gus Hiddink is set to step down this week.

THE HAGUE, Netherlands -- The Dutch football federation (KNVB) terminated the contract of national team coach Guus Hiddink on Monday, ending his second stint in charge after just one disappointing season.

The KNVB said that Hiddink's contract will now end on Wednesday. It had been set to last through to next year's European Championship.

Hiddink took over after Louis van Gaal led the Netherlands to third place at last year's World Cup, but the Netherlands have had a poor qualifying campaign for Euro...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Neymar will miss rest of Copa America after Brazil drop suspension appeal

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson reacts to the news that Brazil will not appeal Neymar's 4-game suspension.
Brazil striker Neymar says "it would kill him from the inside" if he stayed and trained with the rest of the squad at the Copa America, as he serves a four-match ban.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno reacts to Venezuela's 2-1 defeat to Brazil, where he explains they are continuing to knock on the door.
Brazil, minus star striker Neymar, moved onto the quarterfinals of the Copa America with a 2-1 win over Venezuela.

Neymar will leave the team's Copa America base on Monday morning and miss the rest of the tournament after it was decided against appealing his four-game suspension, the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) has confirmed.

Neymar, 23, was sent off at the conclusion of Wednesday's defeat to Colombia for an attempted head-butt of Jeison Murillo that sparked a melee, during which Colombia striker Carlos Bacca was also shown red.

On Friday the Barcelona forward saw a provisional two-game suspension increased...

 By PA Sport

Roy Keane found not guilty after road-rage with taxi driver trial

Roy Keane left Aston Villa in November.

Ex-Manchester United captain Roy Keane has been cleared of aggressively confronting a taxi driver in an alleged road-rage row.

Keane, 43, denied the public order offence after cabbie Fateh Kerar, 44, had told him to "cheer up" and smile.

The Old Trafford legend gave evidence from the witness box himself and after a half-day trial at Manchester Magistrates' Court he was cleared of the offence.

District Judge Duncan Birrell said there was something of the "thwarted fan" about Mr Kerar and Keane's...