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Tuesday Kickoff: Cahill, Nocerino, Neymar and more


Many talented players have been making the move to China this winter, but one international star is on his way out.

In an announcement via Instagram, Australian international Tim Cahill agreed to terminate his contract with Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua after he was told he was not part of its plans for 2016. (REPORT)

AC Milan officially terminated the contract of 30-year-old Italian midfielder Antonio Nocerino. (REPORT)

The federal court in Sao Paulo, Brazil, has frozen approximately $50 million worth of Barcelona star Neymar’s assets amid an accusation of tax evasion. (REPORT)

West Ham United co-chairman David Gold confirmed via Twitter that 30-year-old Nikica Jelavic finalized his move to Chinese second division club Beijing Renhe. (REPORT)

Suspended UEFA president Michel Platini said he was “rather happy” with how his appeals case at the FIFA headquarters went on Monday. (REPORT)

Suspended FIFA president Sepp Blatter will have his appeal against his current eight-year ban heard on Tuesday. (REPORT)

The Dutch football association uncovered an attempt of match fixing by former Willem II Tilburg player Ibrahim Kargbo during a game against FC Utrecht in 2009. (REPORT)


Matt Miazga was named to Chelsea’s traveling squad ahead of Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League match vs. Paris Saint-Germain. (REPORT)

David Beckham confirmed that he and his group are in talks with Paris Saint-Germain, among other groups, over the sale of an equity stake in the MLS Miami franchise. (REPORT)

The U.S. Women’s National Team pummeled Puerto Rico, 10-0, while Crystal Dunn scored five goals for the Americans. (REPORT)

Lionel Messi, Serie A club Juventus and more received honors as The Weekend’s Best, as voted by SBI’s editorial staff. (REPORT)

What do you think of Cahill leaving Shanghai Shenhua? Thoughts on Nocerino terminating his contract with AC Milan?

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