Central Argentino

-

Sarmiento de La Banda

Unión Santiago

-

Defensores Esquiú

Andino

-

Vélez de San Ramón

Atlético Policial

-

Club Atlético Güemes

Comercio Central Unidos

-

Instituto Santiago

Juventud Unida RC

-

Banda Norte

Tiro Federal Morteros

-

Argentino Peñarol

Sarmiento Leones

-

Alm. Brown Malagueño

Racing Córdoba

-

Alumni

Las Palmas

-

Atenas

Defensores La Boca

-

San Lorenzo Rodeo

Atlético Peñaflor

-

Trinidad San Juan

San Martín Rodeo

-

Sportivo del Bono

Juventud Alianza

-

Sportivo Peñarol

Independiente V. Obrera

-

Atlético Colón Junior

Rodeo del Medio

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Andes

Luján de Cuyo

-

La Libertad

Pacífico

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Atlético Palmira

Deportivo Montecaseros

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Jorge Newbery VM

San Martín Mendoza

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Huracán San Rafael

Alianza Campo Largo

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Atlético Laguna Blanca

Comercio

-

Primero de Mayo

Argentinos del Norte

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San Martín Formosa

Sol de América

-

Huracán Las Breñas

Libertad Formosa

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Juventud Unida C.

Comunicaciones Mercedes

-

Ferroviario Corrientes

Huracán Montecarlo

-

Central Goya

Deportivo Madariaga

-

Defensores Pto. Vilelas

Huracán Goya

-

Fontana

Villa Alvear

-

Resistencia Central

Cosmos

-

Arsenal Viale

Belgrano Paraná

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Colegiales Concordia

Viale María Grande

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Libertad Concordia

Santa María de Oro

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Atlético Villa Elisa

Atlético Uruguay

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Deportivo Achirense

Atlético San Jorge

-

Juventud Pueyrredón

PSM Fútbol

-

Coronel Aguirre

Rivadavia Venado Tuerto

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Unión Totoras

Tiro Federal

-

Ben Hur

ADIUR

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9 de Julio Rafaela

Def. Fraile Pintado

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Tiro Gimnasia San Pedro

San Francisco Bancario

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Camioneros Argentinos

Talleres de Perico

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Los Cachorros Salta

Mitre de Salta

-

Tabacal

Atletico Pellegrini

-

Independiente HY

Atletico Progreso

-

Almirante Brown de Lules

Central Norte

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Atlético Amalia

Sportivo Guzmán

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Deportivo Aguilares

Bella Vista Tucuman

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San Antonio

Lastenia

-

Concepción

Viamonte

-

Independiente Chivilcoy

ADIP

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CRIBA

Newbery Junín

-

Atlético Camioneros

Everton La Plata

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El Linqueño

Mercedes

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Bragado Club

Sportivo Barracas Colón

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Atlético Baradero

Juventud Pergamino

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Sports Salto

Sportivo Baradero

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Belgrano San Nicolás

Defensores de Salto

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Colonial

General Rojo UD

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Sportsman

Deportivo Villalonga

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All Boys Santa Rosa

Embajadores

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Racing Olavarría

General Belgrano

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Bella Vista

Ferro Carril Sud

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Tiro Federal BB

Huracán Ingeniero White

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Liniers Bahía Blanca

Racing Balcarce

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Ferrocarril Roca

El Porvenir

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Circulo Deportivo

El León

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Independiente S.Cayetano

Kimberley Mar del Plata

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Norberto de la Riestra

Independiente Tandil

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Argentinos 25 de Mayo

Victoria

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Boxing Club

Independiente Pto. SJ

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Los Cuervos

Huracán de Comodoro

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Olimpia Juniors

Estrella Norte

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Jorge Newbery CR

Independiente Río Col.

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La Amistad

Cruz del Sur

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Racing Trelew

25 de Mayo La Pampa

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J.J. Moreno

Germinal de Rawson

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Pacífico Neuquen

Sol de Mayo

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Deportivo Rincón

Santamarina

2' L. Fredes | 10' A. Bordon | 33' L. Acevedo | 48' M. Michel | 61' M. Michel

5-0

Villa Dalmine

Boca Unidos

0-2

Brown Adrogue

14' J. Garcia | 46' L. Nieto

Oeste

16' Danielzinho Simoes | 41' Mazinho | 54' Lidio

3-0

Juventude

Brasil de Pelotas

32' B. Freitas | 57' Nem

2-1

Paysandu PA

73' Marcao

CRB

90'

1-1

Guarani

90' D. Jussani

Flamengo RJ

7' O. Berrio | 90' E. Ribeiro (pen.)

2-1

Coritiba

46' H. Almeida

Santos AP

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São Paulo AP

Brantford

?-?

York Region

Lobos BUAP

14' L. Quinones | 31' J. Quinones

2-2

Santos Laguna

22' O. Martinez | 43' J. Furch

Club America

0-1

Queretaro

86' Melilivu (pen.)

Toronto FC

5' J. Chapman

1-1

Colorado Rapids

76' D. Badji

DC United

62' B. Boswell

1-3

Houston Dynamo

6' A. Wenger | 15' M. Manotas | 17' M. Rodriguez

Montreal Impact

24' M. Salazar

1-2

FC Dallas

52' C. Colman | 63' C. Colman

Columbus Crew

65' J. Meram

1-0

Philadelphia Union

New England Revolution

16' L. Nguyen | 34' K. Kamara | 70' T. Bunbury | 73' T. Bunbury

4-3

Los Angeles Galaxy

22' D. Steres | 53' D. Steres | 79' A. Lassiter

La Guaira

49' J. Azocar | 78' D. Bracho

2-0

Caracas

Valencia

?-?

New York Cosmos

Valencia

0-2

New York Cosmos

53' E. Calvillo | 77' E. Ledesma

North Carolina

0-0

Swansea

Chorrillo

26' E. Mosquera | 46' A. Stephens

2-0

Tauro

Alianza

9' A. Palacio

1-2

Plaza Amador

3' J. Murillo | 35'

Curico Unido

90'

1-0

Magallanes

U. De Chile

3' Y. Leiva | 74' L. Benegas

2-0

Nublense

U. De Concepcion

0-2

Iberia

30' D. Gonzalez | 70' D. Gonzalez

Rochester

0-0

Pittsburgh

Cincinnati

32' D. Fall | 46' | 70' D. Konig

3-0
88'

Harrisburg City Islanders

Tampa Bay

40' J. Cole | 69' M. Paterson

2-0

Charleston

Richmond Kickers

46' Oliver | 47' L. Fernando Nascimento | 87' S. Asante

3-2

Bethlehem

39' A. Jones | 69' K. Tribbett

Quindio

14' W. Galeano | 43' S. Mena

2-1

Orsomarso

38' M. Payares

Juventus

63' G. Chiellini

1-2

Barcelona

15' Neymar | 26' Neymar

Xabi Alonso announces he will retire from football at end of season

Xabi Alonso has announced he will retire from playing at the end of the season. Reports earlier this year suggested Alonso was going to hang up his boots when his Bayern Munich contract runs out in the summer, and the 35-year-old midfielder has now confirmed that will be the case.

Alongside a picture of him waving, Alonso wrote on his Twitter account: “Lived it. Loved it. Farewell beautiful game.”

Alonso’s impending retirement was also confirmed by Bayern. The former Spain international told the club’s official website:

“It wasn’t an easy decision to make, but I believe it’s the right time. I always thought it would be better to quit sooner rather than later. I still feel good, but I believe this is the right moment.

“I wanted to end my career still at the highest level, and Bayern is the highest level. I’m incredibly proud and happy to play for FC Bayern and to be a part of this family.

“I’ve experienced so much as a player with Real Sociedad, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. They are all great clubs. And of course, with the Spanish national team. I never would’ve thought I’d have such a great career, and I hope there’s more to come before it ends.”

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Alonso’s decision to call time on his career comes after more than a decade of trophy-laden success at the top level. Having started his career at Sociedad, Alonso joined Liverpool in 2004 and was an influential part of Rafael Benítez’s side that won an unforgettable Champions League final against Milan in 2005.

Alonso scored the equaliser as Liverpool battled back from a 3-0 half-time deficit in Istanbul before going on to win on penalties. While at Anfield, Alonso also picked up an FA Cup winners’ medal and the Uefa Super Cup before returning to Spain in 2009 with Real Madrid.

In his five years at the Bernabéu he was part of another winning Champions League campaign, despite being suspended for the final in 2014, as well as a league title and two Copa del Rey triumphs.

Final Club

Alonso’s final club is Bayern, who he joined in 2014 and has already helped win back-to-back Bundesliga titles among other honours, with more success possibly to come. Bayern are seven points clear at the top of the Bundesliga, through to the last eight of the Champions League after thrashing Arsenal 10-2 on aggregate, and are also in the semi-finals of the DFB-Pokal.

He also enjoyed a glittering career with Spain, making 114 appearances for his country and helping them win the 2010 World Cup and two European Championships.

Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge hailed Alonso as one of the game’s greats and a “gentleman of football”. Rummenigge said: “Bayern would like to thank a great player and person for representing Bayern to such a high standard both on and off the pitch.

“Xabi Alonso is one of the greats of world football. He has won everything there is to win during his career. He’s a thoroughly remarkable person, and a gentleman of the game.”