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Tuesday Kickoff: Liga MX, Courtois, Can and more

Following this past weekend’s strike, Liga MX referees are set to return after a satisfying punishment was handed out to the players that caused the dispute by threatening officials.

Liga MX handed one-year suspensions to¬†Toluca’s Enrique Triverio and Club America’s Pablo Aguilar, ending the referee’s strike that saw this past weekend’s games postponed. (REPORT)

Thibault Courtois dismissed claims that he could move to Real Madrid. (REPORT)

Liverpool midfielder Emre Can says his ongoing contract negotiations are not being delayed due to money. (REPORT)

Mark Warburton has been named manager of Nottingham Forest. (REPORT)

Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel says he is pleased with the aggressiveness of¬†Ousmane Dembele, but the winger is walking “a fine line” in terms of discipline on the field. (REPORT)

RB Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick has dismissed suggestions that Bayern Munich are interested in signing midfielder Naby Keita. (REPORT)

Fans in Brazil are outraged after Boa Esporte signed goalkeeper Bruno Fernandes de Souza, who was released last month after serving a partial sentence for killing his girlfriend. (REPORT)


Bobby Wood is heating up at the right time for Hamburg and the U.S. Men’s National Team. (READ)

Andy Najar, Roger Espinoza and Alberth Elis headline Honduras’ roster to face the USMNT. (READ)

Following this past weekend’s MLS action, SBI looks back at some takeaways from the second week of league play. (READ)

Josef Martinez headlines the Best of MLS for the second week of the season. (READ)

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