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Soccer news from Thursday, April 19, 2018

- Eden Hazard was named on the bench for Chelsea’s Premier League match at Burnley on Thursday. The Belgian was one of six changes made by Antonio Conte, who had one eye on Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final against Southampton at Wembley. Emerson Palmieri was handed a first league start in place of the suspended Marcos Alonso, […]...

- Tottenham set to trigger midfielder's clause, fans react on Twitter: 'Please don't!' - originally posted on Tottenham are looking to extend Erik Lamela’s stay at the club for another year. The Argentine playmaker has recovered from his persistent hip injury and he has forced his way into Pochettino’s first team plans. Lamela’s contract expires at the end of next season and Tottenham have t...

- RB Leipzig have had Everton’s Ademola Lookman on loan since January, and are now aiming to make the deal permanent, according to ESPN. The 20-year-old scored the winning goal in his first appearance for Leipzig, coming in as a late substitute against Borussia Mönchengladbach. He has so far gone on to make seven appearances in total […]...

- Manchester United’s Andreas Pereira is currently on loan at Valencia, but the season-long deal is about to come to an end. The Spanish club are interested in making the switch permanent, the player has confirmed, but according to Sky Sports, he would prefer to return to Old Trafford and fight for a place in the […]...

- Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the new LA Galaxy star, and very confident human being (though I would be too if I could play soccer that well) continued his media tour this week on The Dan Patrick Show where he was asked which celebrity he most wanted to meet now that he was close to Hollywood. “Me. I don’t want to meet nobody, they want to meet me.” The interview follows Wednesday’s appearance on Ji...

- Photo credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Last year, I analyzed the soccer TV ratings data World Soccer Talk collected for 2016. This year, World Soccer Talk writer and researcher Collin Werner has more data for the 2017 season. The 2016 data did not include the Liga MX Clausura, amounting to just over one hundred games, but that is included in 2017’s numbers. This makes it possible to compa...

- Starting in 2019, the Chicago Fire and Red Stars will be playing in SeatGeek Stadium (photo credit: Don MacGregor) After 13 seasons, the Chicago Fire's stadium in Bridgeview will get a new name. Starting next season, say hello to SeatGeek Stadium at 71st and Harlem after the Village of Bridgeview—the owners of the stadium—reached a deal with the online ticket broker. The deal takes effect afte...

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