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Aubameyang scores another winner, Arsenal beats Burnley 2-1

The Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 17th - 7:30am

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a winning goal for the second straight weekend as Arsenal beat Burnley 2-1 in the Premier League on Saturday.

Zimbabwe commission asks FIFA to fire soccer bosses

Enock Muchinjo, Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 17th - 5:02am

Zimbabwe's government-run sports commission said it has asked FIFA to remove officials in charge of the country's soccer federation from office and appoint a temporary committee.

FIFA bans two-medal Olympic coach in fixing bribes case

The Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 16th - 5:10pm

The coach who led Nigeria to two Olympic Games medals has been banned for life by FIFA for agreeing to receive bribes to fix soccer matches.

Bob Lenarduzzi out as president of the Vancouver Whitecaps

The Associated Press  |  Posted Aug 16th - 5:01pm

Bob Lenarduzzi is out as president of the Vancouver Whitecaps.

Without Messi, Barcelona loses 1st league opener in 10 years

Tales Azzoni, Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 16th - 4:31pm

Barcelona lost its opening Spanish league match for the first time in a decade on Friday, falling at Athletic Bilbao 1-0 as Antoine Griezmann couldn't make up for Lionel Messi's absence.

Bayern held 2-2 at home by Hertha in Bundesliga opener

Ciarán Fahey, Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 16th - 4:12pm

After agreeing to sign Brazilian winger Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona, Bayern Munich was held to 2-2 by Hertha Berlin in the opening game of the Bundesliga on Friday.

Bayern agrees to sign Coutinho on loan from Barcelona

The Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 16th - 4:01pm

Bayern Munich has agreed to sign Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho on loan from Barcelona.

French second division game halted over homophobic chanting

The Associated Press  |  Posted Aug 16th - 3:36pm

French sports minister Roxana Maracineanu has congratulated a referee for interrupting a French second division game due to apparent homophobic chants from fans.

ESPN adds worldwide rights to NWSL

The Associated Press  |  Posted Aug 16th - 3:34pm

ESPN and the National Women's Soccer League have reached an agreement for worldwide rights to the league's remaining regular-season and playoff matches. ESPN already had rights to broadcast games in the United States.

Soccer divides Berlin with Hertha and Union in Bundesliga

Ciarán Fahey, Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 16th - 3:23pm

Berlin is divided again — by soccer — with two rival clubs in the Bundesliga.

Lyon routs Angers 6-0 to continue Sylvinho's winning start

The Associated Press  |  Posted Aug 16th - 3:17pm

Memphis Depay and Moussa Dembelé both scored twice as Lyon won again in the French league under new coach Sylvinho by routing Angers 6-0 on Friday.

Zidane now says he is counting on Bale at Real Madrid

The Associated Press  |  Posted Aug 16th - 9:42am

Less than a month after saying Gareth Bale's transfer would be good for everyone, Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has called the Wales forward an important player for his squad.

Injured Hazard to miss Real Madrid's league opener

Tales Azzoni, Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 16th - 9:32am

Eden Hazard has seen his competitive debut for Real Madrid delayed after injuring his left thigh.

Freak injury leaves Liverpool facing goalkeeper crisis

The Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 16th - 8:47am

Liverpool might need to play a 35-year-old free agent in goal against Southampton in the Premier League on Saturday after backup goalkeeper Adrian hurt his ankle in a freak incident during the team's post-match celebrations after the UEFA Super Cup.

FIFA bans ex-member of audit committee for life for bribery

The Associated Press  |  Posted Aug 15th - 10:32am

FIFA has banned a Bolivian official for life from football for being involved in bribery while serving on its audit and compliance committee.

Soccer federation to investigate racist abuse in Spain

The Associated Press  |  Posted Aug 15th - 9:17am

Soccer officials in Spain say they will investigate the alleged racist abuse that led an English team to abandon a game in protest.

Sol Campbell out as Macclesfield manager after 8 months

The Associated Press  |  Posted Aug 15th - 7:04am

Former England defender Sol Campbell's first job in management lasted eight months.

Fernandez scores twice in Timbers' 3-2 win over Fire

Anne M. Peterson, Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 15th - 12:12am

Brian Fernandez scored twice and the Portland Timbers held off Chicago 3-2 on Wednesday night with the Fire playing a man down for 60 minutes of the match.

Atlanta United coach de Boer regrets choice of words

Paul Newberry, Associated Press  |  Updated Aug 14th - 11:24pm

Atlanta United coach Frank de Boer said he regrets his choice of words — one word, especially — in a British newspaper interview about gender equity in soccer and stressed that he's a big supporter of the women's game.