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FIFA Nominated Some Incredible Goals For Its Annual Puskas Award

Because we all know FIFA is the most democratic and fair institutions in the world, soccer’s governing body lets you, the fans, vote every year for the most aesthetically pleasing goal scored each season. FIFA released its 2016-17 FIFA Puskás Award nominees chosen by a panel of "experts" on Friday and it’s time to vote.

Unfortunately, because FIFA doesn't believe in fair play, you have to go to YouTube to watch the nominees instead of just viewing them on our wonderful website. So check them out here.

These Five Incredible Locations Would Be Perfect To Host The Next World Cups

While the U.S. seems pretty confident it’ll lock down the bid to host the 2026 World Cup along with Mexico and Canada, never count out FIFA’s ability to shun the responsible decision by opting for the absurd. How else do you explain Russia and Qatar hosting the next two World Cups? Or these five awful hosts?

With that in mind, here are five places that FIFA is probably considering for the next few World Cups.

Hackers Reveal Young Footballers Like To Party, Pwn World Anti-Doping Agency

Russian hackers Fancy Bears dropped a complete non-story this week regarding the use of banned substances in soccer. You see, the typical SHOCKING TRUTHS UNCOVERED AND REVEALED that we’ve come to associate with hacking were nonexistent in this information dump, which is insane given football’s history of being corrupt to the core.

Sam Kerr And Lieke Martens Favorites For Player Of The Year, Carli Lloyd Receives Odd Nomination

For many, there can only be one winner in the race for the FIFA women’s player of the year award in 2017, and that’s Australia’s Sam Kerr. The 23-year-old attacker led Perth Glory to the final of Australia’s W-League while finishing second in goals, she finished top scorer at the Tournament of Nations as Australia defeated hosts United States and she’s scored 11 goals for Sky Blue FC in NWSL play.