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Recent Soccer News
Loic Remy (F)  Chelsea
Remy (calf) did not make Jose Mourinho's 18-man squad Saturday against Manchester United.
Radamel Falcao (F)  Manchester United
Falcao has been handed an important start in United's match against Chelsea on Saturday.
Robin van Persie (F)  Manchester United
Van Persie (ankle) is fit enough to be part of the 18, but not the starting 11 for Saturday's clash with Chelsea.
Romelu Lukaku (F)  Everton
Lukaku (hamstring) is available off the bench for Saturday's match against Burnley.
Nathaniel Clyne (D)  Southampton
Clyne is starting Saturday against Stoke City.
Dusan Tadic (M)  Southampton
Tadic is back in the starting lineup for Saturday's match at Stoke City.
Javier Morales (M)  Real Salt Lake
Morales is questionable for Saturday's game against Vancouver after being unable to train Friday because of a groin injury, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Pedro Morales (M)  Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Morales is suspended for Saturday's match against Real Salt Lake after his appeal for the red card he picked up last weekend against San Jose was denied, MLSSoccer.com reports.
Nelson Oliveira (F)  Swansea City
Oliveira was able to train ahead of Saturday's match against Leicester City, although it's still unclear if Oliveira will take the pitch.
Jefferson Montero (M)  Swansea City
Montero (hamstring) returned to training this week and may be available for Saturday's match against Leicester City.
Neil Taylor (D)  Swansea City
Taylor has been suspended for the next two matches since he received his 10th yellow card against Everton on Saturday.
Jon Flanagan (D)  Liverpool
Flanagan (knee) has returned to practice but still is without a definite timetable for his 2015 debut, the Liverpool Echo reports.
João Carlos Teixeira (M)  Brighton & Hove Albion
Teixeira suffered a broken leg during Tuesday's match against Huddersfield Town and is considered out indefinitely.
Daniel Sturridge (F)  Liverpool
Sturridge (hip) will have a late fitness test of Sunday's FA Cup semifinal against Aston Villa.
Martin Skrtel (D)  Liverpool
Skrtel has served his three-match ban for stomping on Manchester United's David de Gea during their match on March 22, and he is expected to play in Sunday's FA Cup semifinal against Aston Villa.
Nathaniel Clyne (D)  Southampton
Clyne must decide on his future by the end of the season, per a deadline set for him by Manager Ronald Koeman, according to BBC Sport.
Pedro Ribeiro (M)  Orlando City SC
Ribeiro will be sidelined for 2-to-3 months because of a torn hamstring, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Mehdi Ballouchy (M)  New York City FC
Ballouchy scored in the 57th minute of NYC FC's 1-1 draw with Philadelphia on Thursday.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (F)  Paris Saint-Germain
Ibrahimovic's four-match ban for referee abuse has been reduced to three, ESPN FC reports.
Steven Gerrard (M)  Liverpool
Gerrard has served his three-match ban for stamping on Manchester United's Ander Herrera during their match on March 22, and he is eligible to play in Sunday's FA Cup semifinal against Aston Villa.
Mauro Diaz (M)  FC Dallas
Diaz, who has missed the last three games due to fatigue, said he is 100 percent fit and could feature Saturday against Toronto, MLSSoccer.com reports. “It was not an injury; it was more fatigue, and I decided to work with the coaches on strengthening instead of getting an injury," Díaz said. “It was just my entire lower body. It was fatigued from the preseason and the start of the season, and the decision was for me to strengthen everything so I do not pick up another injury.”

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