Soccer

1:52 PM ET Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said he has no explanation for his side’s 3-0 defeat at Wolves on Saturday, adding he was “angry” and “disappointed.” Relegation-threatened Wolves humiliated the Merseyside club at Molineux with Craig Dawson, Ruben Neves scoring after a Joel Matip own goal. – Stream on ESPN+: LaLiga, Bundesliga, more (U.S.)
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6:58 PM ET Connor O’Halloran LONDON — Chelsea head coach Graham Potter has said he remains “confident” his side can make a push to qualify for the Champions League next season, despite sitting nine points behind fourth-placed Manchester United. Chelsea took their transfer spending under owner Todd Boehly above £500 million when they signed midfielder
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8:30 AM ET Matthew Hoppe came to the U.S.’ January camp in Southern California before securing a loan move from Middlesbrough to Hibernian. Omar Vega/Getty Images CARSON, Calif. — Matthew Hoppe stood in the postgame mixed zone following the U.S. men’s national team‘s 0-0 draw with Colombia, soaking in what had transpired over the previous two
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4:50 PM ET Manchester United cruised into the final of the Carabao Cup after completing a 5-0 aggregate win over Nottingham Forest with a 2-0 victory in Wednesday’s semifinal second leg at Old Trafford. Substitute Anthony Martial and midfielder Fred scored quick-fire second-half goals to put the seal on a tie that was effectively decided
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12:56 PM ET San Diego Wave forward Alex Morgan, OL Reign forward Megan Rapinoe and Portland Thorns defender Becky Sauerbrunn highlight the 23-player U.S. women’s national team roster for the SheBelieves Cup. The competition includes Brazil, Japan, and Olympic champions Canada in the four-team competition. All three teams qualified for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World
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7:54 PM ET Chelsea have signed Enzo Fernandez from Benfica after meeting the midfielder’s €121 million (£106.8m) release clause, the Portuguese side announced on Tuesday. A statement from Benfica confirmed that a deal had been reached between the clubs over how Chelsea would pay the release fee for the 22-year-old, who has signed an eight-and-a-half
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7:17 AM ET Rob DawsonCorrespondent Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen is set to be out at least three months with an ankle injury suffered against Reading in the FA Cup on Saturday. Eriksen left Old Trafford on crutches following a challenge from Andy Carroll, who was later sent off following another late tackle on Casemiro.
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