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Women's World Cup Top Scorer Retires

Celia Sasic, one of the most pivotal German women to put on her country’s shirt, has announced her retirement from football at the age of 27. Her efforts during the 2015 Women’s World Cup has earned her the title of top scorer in the competition. Her match against the Ivory Coast during the group stages was enough to convince anyone that they would have won the whole competition had the USA not burst their dream. 

A Progression In Control: Rachel Van Hollebeke's Story

We have been talking on the phone with Rachel Van Hollebeke for a good twenty minutes when she states the unspoken truth. The kind of truth that is only obvious after it has been said aloud.

“I’ve learned the idea of controlling the controllable,” she says.

Clearly, I remember thinking. We are in Boulder, Colorado. Rachel Van Hollebeke, née Rachel Marie Buehler, veteran of the U.S. Women’s National Team, is a thousand miles away in California.

3 Undervalued Transfer Targets Overshadowed By Paul Pogba

The summer transfer market has become clouded by news of Paul Pogba, David de Gea and Ilkay Gundogan as every club across the world vies for their signatures. But, while the deep pockets of Manchester City, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich could help them land one of these superstars, it's likely that your club will come up a little short. Fear not: there are other top class players who are (lucky for you) overshadowed by the mass media feeding frenzy around the top players. 

Mandzukic Looks To Join A Winning Club In The Champions League

Serie A title winners Juventus complete the signing of Mario Mandzukic for £13.6 million shortly after their addition of Sami Khedira from Real Madrid. The Champions League finalists are chasing after another successful season in 2015/16, and want to add a Champions League trophy to their collection for the second time in hopes of completing the treble. 

The Croatian striker arrived in Turin earlier this week after a medical test, and agreed to a four year contract.