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David Villa impresses Spain coach Julen Lopetegui at New York City FC

After beating Philadelphia, Taylor Twellman says Toronto FC's upcoming tie with NYCFC could be one remembered for years.
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Spain coach Julen Lopetegui watched David Villa in action at the weekend and was impressed by the New York City FC star, who is hoping for a recall to La Roja.

Lopetegui travelled to the United States and was in the Yankee Stadium stands on Sunday as Villa's team ended the regular season with a 4-1 home triumph over Columbus Crew.

The 34-year-old Villa, who has not featured for Spain since the 2014 World Cup, scored one goal, set up another and hit the post as his side finished second place in the...

Ex-Spain coach Vicente del Bosque rejected offer from China

Spain finally found their rhythm in the second half with goals from Diego Costa and Nolito to down Albania 2-0.
Spain head coach Julen Lopetegui said he is satisfied with his side's 1-1 draw with Italy in World Cup 2018 qualifying.
Vicente del Bosque said that he would no longer coach a team outside of Spain.

Former Spain boss Vicente del Bosque has said that he turned down a lucrative offer to coach in China and reiterated that he has no plans to come out of retirement.

The 65-year-old called it quits in football management after Spain were knocked out of Euro 2016 by Italy in France earlier this summer.

De Bosque says he received word of an opportunity in the Far East but did not even ask for any specifics.

"I can confirm that I received a €10 million offer from China, but I am unsure if that...

Time catching up with prodigies Wayne Rooney and Cesc Fabregas

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison discuss the next steps in Wayne Rooney's career.
Shaka Hislop is not convinced by Cesc Fabregas this season and believes he's no longer the player he was two years ago.
Craig Burley has no sympathy for Wayne Rooney and says better players simply have taken his place.

They are the prodigies who are starting to resemble footballing pensioners, the supposed superstars who tend to be substitutes. When Cesc Fabregas and Wayne Rooney meet on Sunday, it will surely be as big names with bit-part roles at best. Barring late cameos, Chelsea against Manchester United will probably proceed without them.

Constants in such glamour games may be able to commiserate with one another. They have been downgraded and demoted, their deteriorating fortunes broadcast to a global audience...

RFEF chief Angel Maria Villar gets ultimatum from Miguel Cardenal

Spain finally found their rhythm in the second half with goals from Diego Costa and Nolito to down Albania 2-0.
Gianluigi Buffon admitted that his indecisiveness led to his mistake which allowed Spain winger Vitolo to score the opener.

Spain's secretary of sport Miguel Cardenal has told Spain football federation (RFEF) president Angel Maria Villar that he must call elections before the end of the year.

Villar, at the helm of the RFEF since 1988, came under scrutiny for delaying the presidential elections that were initially scheduled for earlier in the year.

The vote had been pushed back until December while Villar considered running for UEFA chief.

"The Federation wants nothing to do with me, especially its president," Cardenal...

OK Diario director hits back at Spain defender Gerard Pique

Gerard Pique says Man City are a much different team under Pep Guardiola than previous City teams they've faced.
Pep returns to the Camp Nou on Wednesday as Manchester City face Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League.

The man Gerard Pique accused of being Real Madrid president Florentino Perez's "puppet" has launched a scathing attack on the Barcelona defender.

Pique appeared in a news conference on Tuesday to preview his side's Champions League game against Manchester City, but was sidetracked by a question about his decision to retire from international football after the World Cup in 2018. 

"I've read that Twitter [and] stories in Marca, AS or Florentino's puppet's pamphlet OK Diario forced me out, but...