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    Impact know depth will be tested by FC Dallas

    The Montreal Impact know their depth will be tested as their list of injuries keeps growing. With a league-high eight players out injured, the Impact will need to rely on a few periphery players when they welcome red-hot FC Dallas to Saputo Stadium in Major League Soccer action on Saturday.

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    Impact F Copper has successful knee surgery

    Forward Kenny Cooper has had successful surgery on his left knee, the Montreal Impact announced Friday. Cooper suffered the injury in the first half an Amway Canadian Championship semi-final in Toronto on May 13. He is expected to be out a few months.

  • May 21

    Luis Figo

    Figo, Van Praag quit FIFA presidential race

    Luis Figo dropped out of the FIFA presidential election on Thursday, calling soccer's governing body a dictatorship under Sepp Blatter. Figo's announcement came hours after another candidate, Dutch soccer federation president Michael van Praag, also withdrew from the May 29 election.

  • May 20

    Olivier Giroud and John O'Shea

    Sunderland clinches with draw at Gunners

    Sunderland secured its Premier League survival on Wednesday by drawing 0-0 at Arsenal, denying the London club a chance to guarantee a place in the Champions League group stage. Sunderland moved four points clear of the relegation zone with a game to spare, ensuring Dick Advocaat completed the survival mission he took on when replacing Gus Poyet as manager two months ago.

  • May 20

    Cesc Fabregas

    Fabregas free to start next season after ban reduced to one

    Cesc Fabregas will be available for the start of Chelsea's defence of the Premier League title next season after having a three-match ban reduced to one game following an appeal. Fabregas was sent off against West Bromwich Albion on Monday for kicking the ball at an opponent's head during a break in play.

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