Happy Wednesday everyone! The DC heat wave continues so while you cool down from your commute to work, you know we got the links to get your day started. Here we go:
The first Euro 2016 semifinal is this afternoon (3:00pm kickoff, ESPN), and BBC previews Gareth Bale and Wales' chances against Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal.
With a key players out due to yellow card accumulation for the Euro 2016 semifinals, Fox Soccer examines where the yellow card accumulation rule needs to be changed.
This won't get old. Watch 1/10 of the entire population of Iceland welcome their heroic national team home with a Viking Clap that will surely get you hype for the day...and then wish that Iceland was still playing.
With the Olympics approaching, Alex Morgan says that while collective bargaining negotiations are ongoing, there's a slim to no chance of a new agreement before the team begins play in Rio.
Terrible story out of England, where a Newmarket Town F.C. stopped to help a friend change a flat tire and ended up with his legs amputated after being hit by a car who fled the scene.
The Argentine coach quits and leaves the AFA, which already has some serious problems, in more. No Messi, no president, no coach, and right now no team to field at the Olympics. Things just went from bad to a lot worse.
Simply put, UEFA doesn't like fun. And now, the many cute scenes of players' kids playing on the same fields their dads just won an important Euro 2016 match are done. Thanks a lot, UEFA.
Nani is on the move from Turkey to Spain, where Valencia hope his creativity will be able to spur their attack as they attempt to return to the Top 5 next season.
Alright, it's 7:30am, now let's get started with our day. It's already getting hot in herre, but you highly recommend you don't take off your clothes at work. Just stay as cool as you can out there.
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