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Thursday Kickoff: Ronaldo quiet on future, Ghana coach accuses referee and more

Another day brings more Cristiano Ronaldo drama while Mexico’s match with Ghana was one that ended with controversy.

Cristiano Ronaldo says he will not break his silence over his reported desire to leave Real Madrid. (REPORT)

Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah says referee Baldomero Toledo swore at one of his players during the Black Stars’ 1-0 loss to Mexico on Wednesday. (REPORT)

Juventus is reportedly targeting Real Madrid right back Danilo as a replacement for Dani Alves. (REPORT)

Maxime Gonalons’ agent says the Lyon midfielder is set to join Roma. (REPORT)

Thiago Motta’s agent says the midfielder wants a final decision on a new contract from Paris Saint-Germain by Friday. (REPORT)

Chelsea defender Nathan Ake is set to sign with Bournemouth. (REPORT)

Hamburg has signed defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos from Bayer Leverkusen. (REPORT)

WEDNESDAY REWIND

Claudio Bravo’s heroics led Chile to a penalty kick win over Portugal. (READ)

Juan Agudelo is looking to finally seize his USMNT chance. (READ)

Former Chelsea winger Florent Malouda will represent French Guiana at the Gold Cup. (READ)

LAFC is reportedly closing in on Wesley Sneijder. (READ)

3 comments
  • therealchicagopete

    The Germany Mexico game today is on FX2. I have Comcast and they don’t carry FX2. I can’t even watch it online because they dropped it from FOX Sports GO. What the hell am I supposed to do to watch this game.
    And if this is what’s going to happen in the world cup next year, I will be dropping Comcast after 22 years. This is total horse crap.
    Any thoughts?

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  • Anon

    Wait, Mexico played a friendly last night? How is that even possible? Odd scheduling. I guess that is even more meaningless than a regular friendly when the real team is in a tournament.

    I’m sure none of the players swore at the ref.

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    • SilverRey

      Mexico’s Gold Cup team played Ghana last night as a warm up. Their ‘A’ team is at the Confed Cup.

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