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Wednesday Kickoff: Arsenal, Chapecoense, Torres and more

Arsenal continues to unravel while the story of Chapecoense provided a happy moment on Tuesday.

Theo Walcott says Arsenal can’t keep fighting each other if they are to break out of their recent slump. (REPORT)

Arsene Wenger was highly critical of referee Tasos Sidiropoulos for what he called an “inexplainable and scandalous” performance in Tuedsay’s 5-1 loss to Bayern Munich. (REPORT)

Following his gruesome head injury, Fernando Torres returned to Atletico Madrid training on Wednesday. (REPORT)

After flying for the first time since the club’s tragic accident, Chapecoense toppled Zulia, 2-1, in Tuesday’s Copa Libertadores clash. (REPORT)


Pep Guardiola says he would like to sign more English players for Manchester City but the process is made difficult due to the price tags attached to the country’s biggest stars. (REPORT)

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini says a move to China is “not a priority”. (REPORT)

Werder Bremen has yet to decide on a new deal for forward Claudio Pizarro. (REPORT)


The U.S. Women’s National Team fell, 3-0, to France to finish last in the SheBelieves Cup. (READ)

Bruce Arena is set to be cautious with his injured stars as World Cup qualifying nears. (READ)

The U.S. Men’s National Team was paired with Panama, Martinique and either Nicaragua or Haiti in this summer’s Gold Cup. (READ)

SBI takes a look at five young players that stepped up during the opening weekend of MLS play. (READ)

Jurgen Klinsmann and David Wagner are reportedly being considered for the Bayer Leverkusen job. (READ)

Even as his principles change a bit, Patrick Vieira is still looking for NYCFC to build out of the back. (READ)

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