South American Soccer

Friday Kickoff: Ronaldinho, Iniesta, Sturridge and more


A Brazilian legend is looking to help out Chapecoense, while a Spanish star will be fit for El Clasico.

Ronaldinho’s agent says the 36-year-old midfielder is willing to play for Chapecoense to help aid in the club’s rebuild following the recent tragic plane crash. (REPORT)

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique says Andres Iniesta is fit for El Clasico this weekend. (REPORT)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Daniel Sturridge will not be leaving Liverpool in January. (REPORT)

Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla has been ruled out for three months due to surgery. (REPORT)

Torino is hoping to make a permanent deal for goalkeeper Joe Hart. (REPORT)

Nantes manager Rene Girard has left the club following a lackluster start to the Ligue 1 season. (REPORT)


Colorado Rapids boss Pablo Mastroeni was named SBI MLS Coach of the Year. (READ)

Bound for MLS Cup, Toronto FC is close to erasing a history of futility. (READ)

The Montreal Impact were made to rue defensive lapses in Wednesday’s loss to TFC. (READ)

Don Garber says MLS’ priority should be signing players in their prime. (READ)

Borussia Dortmund says that pursuing Christian Pulisic “is not worth the effort” for Liverpool. (READ)

Minnesota United announced that Kevin Venegas and Justin Davis have been signed as the club’s first MLS players. (READ)

  • The TX 2 Stepper

    Is it just me or does the Ronaldinho situation seem a little opportunistic? Maybe I’m just being too cynical


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