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USMNT job would interest Earthquakes' coach Matias Almeyda

Eric Wynalda's late heroics led San Jose Clash past D.C. United in the inaugural MLS match on April 6, 1996.

San Jose Earthquakes head coach Matias Almeyda would one day like to manage the United States men's national team if the chance came about.

The Argentine has stated regularly that he would jump at the opportunity to manage his home country or the Mexican national team, but after a full season in MLS with the Quakes, he'd also be interested in coaching the USMNT.

"Obviously I'd love to [manage the USMNT], coaching a national team is the maximum that can happen to a coach ... and above all the...

Magnificent Messi leads the way but is not a unanimous pick: The best player I have seen

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Over the years, our writers have been present for some of the game's greatest occasions. In the latest installment of a multi-part series, they reveal the best player they have ever seen in person. Lionel Messi dominates the category, while there are mentions for the likes of Diego Maradona, Kaka and Peter Schmeichel.

Graham Hunter's pick: Lionel Messi

I am a child of the Pele-Johan Cruyff-Franz Beckenbauer-Eusebio-George Best era. I not only lived through Diego Maradona's fledgling years but...

Boca's Tevez: Footballers can survive a year without pay amid coronavirus

La Liga releases a video to thank those still going to work amid the coronavirus crisis in Spain.
Pep Guardiola urges fans to stay at home and listen to scientists during the coronavirus outbreak.

Boca Juniors veteran Carlos Tevez has encouraged footballers to volunteer and help those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

Argentina has been in lockdown since March 20 and recently extended a mandatory nationwide quarantine period until the middle of April in a bid to slow the spread of the outbreak.

"We have to be there, to help out," Tevez told America TV. "Of course I would gladly go and help in a soup kitchen, to do whatever.

"A great example would be for all of us, footballers, actors,...

Lionel Messi look-alike replaces Barcelona star on French news bulletin about coronavirus donations

Lionel Messi, Carli Lloyd and more join in a message to the world to advise on Coronavirus and how best to beat it.
Barcelona's superstar forward gets in on the fun by posting his own toilet paper challenge video on Instagram.

A famous Lionel Messi look-alike got a ringing endorsement for his similarity to the Barcelona superstar on Saturday when a French TV station mistakenly used his image.

In a segment during a Saturday lunchtime news bulletin on how sports stars are making large donations to causes dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, French broadcaster M6 paired Messi with Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer -- or so they thought.

They actually used a picture of Messi's Iranian doppelganger, Reza Parastesh,...