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Robinho rejects Santos, set to sign for Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande

Robinho has played for Santos in three separate spells.

SAO PAULO -- Brazil striker Robinho is set to sign for Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande after failing to agree terms to stay with Santos.

Santos said they could not match offers made for the 31-year-old striker, especially from clubs in other countries. Robinho revealed that "unfortunately it won't be possible to renew the contract, but Santos will always remain in my heart."

Robinho returned to Brazilian football last year on a loan from AC Milan. But now the player is a free agent after...

Carli Lloyd executes United States manager Jill Ellis' master plan

Kelley O'Hara, Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach talk about the United States' 2-0 win over Germany to advance to the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup final.

MONTREAL -- After the group stage game against Nigeria, U.S. coach Jill Ellis met with Carli Lloyd. The midfielder and the rest of the attack didn't seem quite themselves in the Americans' first three World Cup games. The approach was conservative.

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Loud and confident Americans make more noise in victory

The ESPN FC crew respond to your tweets in regards to which United States side is better, Carli Lloyd's importance to the USWNT team and more.

MONTREAL, Quebec -- Americans are naturally loud. Just ask German coach Silvia Neid, who said as much before Tuesday's Women's World Cup semifinal in expressing a measure of dissatisfaction with sharing a hotel with not only the United States national team but a portion of the red, white and blue masses who follow it.

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Western Sydney sign former La Liga midfielder Andreu Mayoral

Western Sydney Wanderers have strengthened their midfield by signing former La Liga player Andreu Guerao Mayoral for next season.
 

The A-League's growing Spanish contingent has added another member with former La Liga midfielder Andreu Guerao Mayoral agreeing to join Western Sydney Wanderers for the 2015-16 season.

A product of the Barcelona youth system, Andreu spent 12 years with the Catalan giants and also appeared in the Spanish top flight with Sporting Gijon in 2007.

The 32-year-old has been with Racing Santander for the past two seasons where he helped the club earn promotion from the Segunda B and reached the quarterfinals...

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Kaka leads Orlando City SC into the U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals

Orlando City SC captain Kaka opened the scoring for the Lions against the Columbus Crew.

Kaka and Carlos Rivas helped Orlando City SC to a 2-0 victory over a second-string Columbus Crew in Tuesday night's U.S. Open Cup round-of-16 matchup.

Orlando's decision to field their first-choice XI paid off with Darwin Ceren setting up Kaka for the home team's opener in the 21st minute, before Rivas made sure of the victory with an excellent strike 13 minutes later.

The Crew, who started with nine changes from the team that drew 2-2 with Real Salt Lake on Saturday, were unable to work their way...

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Stoke City names one-off charity shirt sponsor for Barclays Asia Trophy

After Sunday, the good times at Stoke will be put on hold until August.
Stoke City will have a charity shirt sponsor for the 2015 Barclays Asia Trophy in Singapore this month.

English Premier League club Stoke City have signed a one-off shirt sponsorship deal for this month's 2015 Barclays Asia Trophy because of regulations to prohibit online gambling in Singapore.

Stoke's usual sponsor is a UK-based gaming company who are unable to advertise in the city nation.

So the Potters have made an agreement with the Asian Football Confederation to support the One Goal child malnutrition campaign during the two day tournament on July 15 and 18. The other teams in the Barclays...