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Wed.,  27 May 2015

USA - MLS

FT Seattle Sounders 1 - 0 Colorado Rapids View events More info
FT Portland Timbers 1 - 0 DC United View events More info
FT LA Galaxy 1 - 0 Real Salt Lake View events More info

USA - US Open Cup

FT City Islanders 1 - 3E Rochester Rhinos View events More info
FT Richmond Kickers 3 - 0 Jacksonville A… View events More info
FT Pittsburgh Riv… 1 - 0 Tampa Bay Rowdies View events More info
FT Chattanooga 1 - 2E Atlanta Silver… View events More info
FT Carolina RailHawks 0 - 1 Charlotte Inde… View events More info
FT Charleston Battery 3 - 2 Fort Lauderdal… View events More info
FT NY Cosmos 3 - 0 Jersey Express View events More info
FT Saint Louis FC P1 - 1 Minnesota United View events More info
FT Tulsa Roughnecks 0 - 1 OKC Energy View events More info
FT Indy Eleven 0 - 2E Louisville City View events More info
FT San Antonio Sc… 0 - 2 Austin Aztex View events More info
FT Real Monarchs 0 - 1 Colorado Springs View events More info
FT Ventura Count… 1 - 2 PSA Elite View events More info
FT Sacramento Rep… 7 - 3 Chula Vista View events More info


Europe - UEFA Europa League

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Dnipro Dniprop… 2 - 3 Sevilla


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Switzerland Arrests Senior FIFA Officials in Corruption Probe

(BBC News reports):

Two criminal investigations into corruption in FIFA have resulted in the arrest of seven senior officials in Zurich.  Swiss prosecutors launched a criminal case into the bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to be held in Russia and Qatar.  Seven senior FIFA officials are among 14 who have been indicted.  FIFA plans to go ahead with elections for its president on Friday.  Current president Sepp Blatter was not among those arrested.

FIFA has insisted there would be no rerun of the World Cup bidding process for 2018 or 2022.

NASL has announced the suspension of chairman Jack Warner.

FIFA's headquarters were also raided with electronic data and documents seized. Read more.




The FIFA executives indicted include Rafael Esquivel, Nicolas Leoz, Jeffrey Webb, Jack Warner, Eduardo Li, Eugenio Figueredo and Jose Maria Marin


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U.S. Women Meet Korea in Final Tune Up


The U.S. women will play one more warm-up match on May 30th at 4:30 p.m. E.T. against Korea at RB Arena, New Jersey, prior to the 2015 World Cup in Canada.
 


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