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Past articles by Samindra:

These Are the Nightmare World Cup Draw Scenarios For Latin America

The FIFA World Cup Draw begins, in earnest, the final countdown towards soccer's biggest tournament; here's what's in store for Latin America. → Read More

WTF Is Happening With FIFA's Corruption Trial?

As the first big FIFA corruption scandal goes to court in Brooklyn, we take a look at what has happened, who is involved, and what comes next. → Read More

FIFA Was Wrong About "Puto" Chant, According to an International Sports Court

Counter to FIFA's reaction to the "puto" chant, the CAS has overturned two fines for Mexico's soccer federation, deeming the chant merely "insulting." → Read More

Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Argentina: CONMEBOL's 2030 World Cup Bid Is Nuts

With the tri-CONCACAF bid and now a possible America Platina push, the World Cup could permanently switch to multi-hosted tournaments. → Read More

Everything You Need to Know About the Final CONMEBOL/CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers

CONMEBOL and CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying are both coming down to the wire, with a total of 8 teams fighting for 5 slots across the region. → Read More

Watch Chivas Players Protect a Fan From Being Yanked Off the Field by a US Security Guard

After a female fan ran onto the field for a selfie, Chivas players and coaches protected her from a security guard trying to yank her off the pitch. → Read More

The President of the 2016 Rio Olympics Committee Was Arrested For Allegedly Buying Votes

A year after the Rio Olympics, the mastermind behind bringing the Games to Brazil has been arrested on charges of corruption. → Read More

Argentina and Messi May Not Qualify For the World Cup, Which Would Be Extremely Not Great

Argentina is in danger of missing the World Cup for the first time since 1970, and it would be a shame if Lionel Messi missed the tournament in his prime. → Read More

No One Can Be the “Next Maradona,” But These 8 Players Were Supposed to Be

Since the era of Diego, the world of soccer has been on the lookout for the "next Maradona," but most candidates for the lofty title have failed. Why? → Read More

40 Years Ago, Pelé and the New York Cosmos Helped Shape US Soccer as We Know It

Four decades after his final game with the Cosmos, Pelé's rock 'n roll tenure in New York City is still a highpoint for American soccer. → Read More

After New Feud With Edinson Cavani, Neymar Shows He Can't Escape His Bratty Reputation

Neymar and PSG teammate Edinson Cavani fought over a free kick and a penalty, and the whole soccer world decided to flip out about it. → Read More

How Maradona Finally Found a Home Coaching in the United Arab Emirates' Second Division

Fans still can't get enough of Diego Maradona, but the former soccer Dios has found peace and quiet half a world away in Fujairah, UAE. → Read More

In the Era of Mega Transfers, Why Couldn't Alexis and Coutinho Push Moves Through?

Despite both wanting moves out, Alexis Sanchez and Philippe Coutinho will now have to suit up for clubs they do not want to play for. → Read More

Barcelona Sued Neymar, so Neymar Sued Them Right Back

Barcelona is raising its petty levels to max by suing Neymar for millions of euros. The Brazilian's response? Countersuing. → Read More

Venezuelan Little Leaguers Adorably Console Dominican Pitcher Who Gave Up Game-Winning Hit

In a heart-warming display, Venezuelan Little League players consoled their Dominican counterpart after he gave up a game-winning hit. → Read More

7 Moments That Prove Messi Is Barcelona's Jon Snow Against the Coming Of the Long Night

Barcelona has been in crisis before, and Messi has saved them time and time again. Can he do it again, in what is his biggest challenge to date? → Read More

Could Usain Bolt Have a Second Career as a Pro Soccer Player?

Jamaican running legend Usain Bolt might be done on the track, but he could find a second career in his second favorite sport: soccer. → Read More

Is Barcelona Crazy For Paying $47 Million For Paulinho?

After losing Neymar to PSG, Barcelona's first order of business was to bring in...Paulinho? For $47 million?! → Read More

Rio, One Year Later: How the 2016 Olympics Serve as a Warning for Future Host Cities

A year after hosting the Summer Olympics, Rio de Janeiro is in worse shape than ever before. Be careful, Paris and Los Angeles. → Read More

CONCACAF President Talks About Trump’s Effect on 2026 World Cup Bid: “Soccer Is Above All of That”

CONCACAF President Vincent Montagliani has a vision for a united federation, and the three-country joint bid for the 2026 World Cup is his masterpiece. → Read More