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Former U.S. forward Conor Casey announces retirement

Conor Casey's heroics against Honduras clinched the U.S.' qualification to the 2010 World Cup.

MLS veteran Conor Casey, a former United States international forward, announced his retirement on Thursday.

Casey completed his final season with Columbus Crew SC on Sunday before revealing he was ending his career at age 35.

"I feel very fortunate today. I've been able to make a life from doing what I love," Casey said in a statement. "This beautiful game has brought me all over the world, shown me places and people I would have never seen. From empty training fields to packed stadiums with screaming...

Aurier, Pastore, Kimpembe left out of PSG squad against Lille

PSG manager Unai Emery feels he's finally getting more from Marco Verratti than earlier in the season.

Paris Saint-Germain will be without right back Serge Aurier, playmaker Javier Pastore and central defender Presnel Kimpembe for the clash away at Lille OSC on Friday after coach Unai Emery left the trio out of his 18-man squad.

The Ivory Coast defender has picked up an ankle injury and will be unavailable for the Ligue 1 clash at Stade Pierre-Mauroy. However, Aurier could be back to face either FC Basel in the UEFA Champions League or Stade Rennais in Le Championnat next week.

Pastore returned to...

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West Ham say 200 fans face banning orders over violence in Chelsea game

Liam Twomey describes the scenes at London Stadium after violence escalated between West Ham and Chelsea supporters in the EFL Cup.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is frustrated that crowd trouble has overshadowed his team's EFL Cup win over Chelsea.

West Ham and the London Stadium say 200 people face football banning orders following the violence during Wednesday night's game against Chelsea.

Police made six arrests after skirmishes broke out toward the end of the stadium's first London derby, when West Ham won 2-1.

Police and stewards battled to maintain segregation behind the goal being defended by West Ham as coins, seats and other objects appeared to be thrown between rival supporters.

The Hammers and Chelsea condemned the unsavoury scenes...

 By PA Sport

Watford manager Walter Mazzarri untroubled by potential FA sanctions

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The Vicarage Road club are being investigated by the FA for allegations they supplied false financial documentation.

Watford boss Walter Mazzarri insists he is not worried by any potential sanctions the club face following allegations that they supplied false financial documents to the English Football League.

The allegations, reported in the Daily Telegraph on Tuesday, centre on Gino Pozzo's sole takeover of the Hornets in 2014, where he assumed complete control from his father Giampaolo, and the alleged use of a forged banking letter.

The Hornets are now under investigation by the EFL and could face a fine or...

 By PA Sport

Manchester City's Pablo Maffeo backs Pep Guardiola to end winless spell

Pep Guardiola says Man City's six-match winless run is part of coaching, but is confident his side can recover.

Pep Guardiola is in the midst of his longest winless streak but full-back Pablo Maffeo is confident Manchester City will soon be back on track.

After starting life at the Etihad Stadium with 10 straight victories in all competitions, things have gone off track in recent weeks despite City still sitting top of the Premier League.

Wednesday's 1-0 EFL Cup exit at the hands of rivals Manchester United saw City fail to win for the sixth match in succession -- the longest stretch of games without a victory...

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Jermaine Pennant will not return to Singapore's Tampines Rovers

ESPN FC's John Wilkinson expects Albirex to overcome a run of poor form and win the Singapore Cup final against Tampines.

Former Premier League player Jermaine Pennant will not remain with Tampines Rovers as the Singapore club faces pay cuts.

Pennant -- who has previously played for Arsenal, Birmingham, Liverpool and Stoke -- was making £23,495 a month on a 12-month deal he signed in January.

Club chairman Krishna Ramachandra hailed Pennant's contribution to Tampines' second-place finish, but said it was no longer conscionable to renew his contract.

"He's a great player, but no player makes...