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World Cup: Spain

I do not want to continue for money – No China or MLS appeal for retired Arbeloa

Alvaro Arbeloa says he is no longer motivated in football and does not want to continue playing only for money in China or the United States, having announced his retirement. The 34-year-old has called..
SoccerNews.com

Messi at 30: From the Champions League to the World Cup – 10 of his best goals

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi celebrates his 30th birthday on Saturday, another milestone for the record breaker. Since making his Barca debut aged 17 Messi has been the scourge of defenders in..
SoccerNews.com

Videos for World Cup: Spain

News video: Xabi Alonso and Chill | Poet and Vuj Present!

Xabi Alonso and Chill | Poet and Vuj Present! 11:21

Xabi Alonso sits down with Poet and Vuj to talk everything Champions League, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and his retirement.
Source: Copa90 -

News video: Carles Puyol Kicks Off FIFA U 17 WCTickets Sale

Carles Puyol Kicks Off FIFA U 17 WCTickets Sale 00:54

Spanish football legend Carles Puyol has on expected lines attracted all attention given that the ticket sales of the FIFA U17 World Cup have started.
Source: nnis News English -

News video: Spanish Legend Carles Shares Guru Mantra With Young Turks

Spanish Legend Carles Shares Guru Mantra With Young Turks 02:08

Former Spanish legend Carles Puyol kicked off the ticket distribution of the FIFA U 17 World Cup making a promise that he will return to grace the mega event that will happen in India this October.
Source: nnis Sports English -

 

Man Utd target Morata sets out aim for ´busy´ 2018

Alvaro Morata has his sights set on World Cup glory with Spain next year, even though he concedes it will be “impossible” to match La Roja’s famous team from 2008 to 2012. Spain won the European..
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David Silva: I´m retiring if I win the Champions League

David Silva has jokingly threatened to retire to a beach on Gran Canaria if he manages to win the Champions League with Manchester City. A Premier League, FA Cup, European Championship and World Cup..
SoccerNews.com

Univision gets most viewers for 2017 soccer game

NEW YORK (AP) — The 1-1 draw between the United States and Mexico on Sunday night drew the most viewers in the U.S. for any soccer match this year. Univision attracted an average of 4.5 million..
Seattle Times

Ventura hopes Italy learn lessons for Spain qualifier

Giampiero Ventura praised Italy’s second-half performance as the Azzurri brushed Liechtenstein aside 5-0 in World Cup qualifying. Italy had to wait 34 minutes to make the breakthrough in Sunday’s..
SoccerNews.com

Diego Costa still waiting for Chelsea´s decision

Diego Costa says he is still waiting for Chelsea to make their decision over his future after scoring in Spain’s victory in Macedonia. Spain stayed top of World Cup qualifying Group G with a 2-1 win..
SoccerNews.com

Diego Costa: Striker says it is up to Chelsea to decide his future

diego costa: striker says it is up to chelsea to decide his future
Diego Costa says it is up to Chelsea to make a decision on his future after scoring in Spain's World Cup qualifying win in Macedonia.
BBC Sport

Silva, Costa keep Spain in lead of WCup qualifying group

SKOPJE, Macedonia (AP) Spain needed two flashes of brilliance to beat Macedonia 2-1 and stay top of its World Cup qualifying group on Sunday.
FOX Sports Also reported by •USATODAY.com

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