• The Canadian Press

    Barcelona seeks its first win against Lyon in Women's Champions League final

    BILBAO, Spain (AP) — Barcelona has to find a way past the most successful club in women’s soccer if it wants to build on its recent dominance. Barcelona will play in its fourth straight Women’s Champions League final on Saturday in Bilbao against record eight-time champion Lyon, the nemesis it has never been able to beat. The titleholder from Spain has a shot at a statement victory by finally overcoming the storied French club and winning its third European title — all within a four-season span.

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    'They've really turned it around.' FC Cincinnati prepping for a contending Toronto FC

    FC Cincinnati leads the all-time series against Toronto FC with a 6-4-1 record. FCC has won three consecutive matches at Toronto's BMO Field.

  • The Canadian Press

    Barcelona parts ways with Xavi one month after coach reversed decision to step down

    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — First, he wanted out. Then he wanted to stay. Finally, Barcelona decided enough is enough and parted ways with coach Xavi Hernandez. One month after Xavi said he would continue as coach despite a disappointing season, the club told the former midfield great it did not want him back. In the latest and most likely final twist to a bumpy season, Barcelona announced on Friday that it was making a coaching change for next season. The club made the announcement after a meeting

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    Pep Guardiola sympathises with Erik ten Hag over Manchester United’s injuries

    Manchester City boss Guardiola is looking to win back-to-back domestic doubles with victory over United in the FA Cup final on Saturday.