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At Gold Cup, rich get richer

Last week, CONCACAF banned Florent Malouda from the Gold Cup. This week, nations get to upgrade their squads. Can you say double standard?

Last week, CONCACAF’s disciplinary committee forfeited French Guiana’s result against Honduras and banned Florent Malouda from the tournament for playing in the Gold Cup while ineligible. This week, the big nations were permitted to upgrade their squads ahead of the knockout rounds. Can you say double standard? Read More »

Selling their soul didn’t pay off for Barcelona in El Clásico

It took the full ninety minutes but this weekend’s renewal of El Clásico at the Nou Camp proved there isn’t much to separate Barcelona and Real Madrid on the pitch. Los Blancos were the aggressors with the clearer chances in the first half but didn’t take them. The Blaugrana turned the tables after the break to quickly gain the lead, kept pushing, ... Read More »

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