Friday Kickoff: Kompany, Terry, La Volpe and more

Friday Kickoff: Kompany, Terry, La Volpe and more

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Friday Kickoff: Kompany, Terry, La Volpe and more


Two elite centerbacks continue to battle injuries, while one of Mexico’s biggest clubs has hired familiar face as manager.

Vincent Kompany will undergo further tests after being diagnosed with muscle fatigue in his groin. (REPORT)

John Terry has been ruled out of Chelsea’s clash with Arsenal due to injury. (REPORT)

Ricardo La Volpe has been announced as the new manager of Club America. (REPORT)

Real Madrid’s Casemiro suffered a broken leg over the weekend and is expected to miss two months. (REPORT)

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will miss three more weeks as he continues to recover from a hamstring tear. (REPORT)

Midfielder Sergio Busquets has agreed to a new deal with Barcelona. (REPORT)

Kyle Walker became the latest Tottenham star to sign a new deal with the club. (REPORT)


Cameron Carter-Vickers said his Tottenham debut was a dream come true, but the young centerback is now aiming to push on and earn more minutes. (READ)

Syracuse, Maryland and North Carolina headline the latest edition of the SBI College Soccer Top 25. (READ)

Despite a winless start, Geoff Cameron reiterated that the team has faith in manager Mark Hughes. (READ)

As David Villa continues to put up MVP-like numbers, the NYCFC forward is aiming to improve his performances on turf fields. (READ)

The NASL is facing an uncertain future as reports link several clubs with a departure from the league. (READ)

In response, the NASL and Strikers have released statements reaffirming their commitment to 2017. (READ)

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