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CONCACAF Champions League: Sporting KC realize importance of next two games, but remain calm

CCL: Sporting KC maintain steady approach despite make-or-break two games
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Sporting KC head coach Peter Vermes

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Over the next week, Sporting Kansas City can either take control of their CONCACAF Champions League group – or see their chances for a second straight trip to the knockout stage slip away entirely.

It all depends on the results of their next two CCL matches, both at home, starting with Thurday's matchup against Costa Rican power Deportivo Saprissa (8 pm ET; Fox Sports 1 and Univision Deportes).

CONCACAF Champions League: All smiles for New York Red Bulls after hard-fought loss

All smiles? RBNY's Petke "proud of his team" – and eyeing CCL rematch
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Wednesday night was probably the happiest Mike Petke will ever be after a loss.

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CONCACAF Champions League: Montreal Impact in control? "Looking at it, it's in our hands" Frank Klopas says

Impact in control? "Looking at it, it's in our hands" Klopas says of CCL fate
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MONTREAL – So, who’s actually in the driver’s seat in Group 3 of the CONCACAF Champions League?

CCL | Bayamón FC 1-10 Club América: Las Águilas arrollan en Puerto Rico y consiguen una goleada histórica

Las Águilas del América arrolló al Bayamón en Puerto Rico con goleada histórica de 10-1
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El Club América logró una goleada histórica de 10-1 jugando como visitante sobre el Bayamón FC de Puerto Rico.

El encuentro por momentos parecía una práctica de tiro a gol para los dirigidos por Antonio Mohamed. A la goleada le dieron forma dos jugadores que marcaron hat-tricks, uno con un doblete, y un par de jugadores más con un gol cada uno.

Montreal Impact 1, New York Red Bulls 0 | CONCACAF Champions League Match Recap

MTL 1, NY 0: Impact's starters give just enough vs. RBNY
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MONTREAL – The Impact are firmly in the driver’s seat, but the New York Red Bulls could still manage to put a hand on the steering wheel.

Montreal did just enough on Wednesday night as they beat the Red Bulls 1-0 at Stade Saputo in Group 3 of the CONCACAF Champions League. Marco Di Vaio was the lone scorer.

CCL | Montreal Impact 1-0 NY Red Bulls: Golazo fabricado por Ignacio Piatti y culminado por Marco Di Vaio ilusiona a los canadienses

Montreal Impact 1-0 NY Red Bulls: Golazo fabricado Piatti y culminado por Di Vaio ilusiona a los canadienses
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Montreal Impact continúa con su paso perfecto en la CONCACAF Champions League tras derrotar en casa 1-0 al New York Red Bulls.

Frank Klopas, como era de esperarse, salió con toda la carne en el asador. Al frente puso a sus mejores cuatro hombres: Dilly Duka, Ignacio Piatti, Andrés Romero y Marco Di Vaio.

Por el otro lado, Mike Petke decidió jugársela con un equipo prácticamente alternativo, sin ningún titular de peso entre los once iniciales.

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Sporting Kansas City vs. Deportivo Saprissa | CONCACAF Champions League Match Preview

#SKCvSAP: KC look for vital home win vs. Costa Ricans | Thurs, 8 pm ET, Fox Sports 1
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Sporting Kansas City vs. Deportivo Saprissa
2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League
September 18 | 8 pm ET | Sporting Park
TV: Fox Sports 1, Univision Deportes

Sporting Kansas City are looking for their first win of the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League when Costa Rican powerhouse Saprissa comes to town on Thursday evening.

CONCACAF Champions League: Weary New York Red Bulls admit "a draw would be okay" in Montreal

CCL: Weary Red Bulls admit "a draw would be okay" in Montreal
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HANOVER, N.J. – Confident and competitive New York Red Bulls head coach Mike Petke almost never utters the phrase, “We’ll play for a draw,” but given current circumstances, he just might have to.

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