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U.S. U-23s fall to England's Young Lions, 1-0 
A goal by Manchster United's James Wilson in the 72nd minute gave England's U-21s a 1-0 win over the U.S. ...
WCQ: Nowak's Benna Boys win, Reggae Boyz stunned 
Antigua & Barbuda, coached by former U.S. Olympic team coach Peter Nowak, beat Guatemala, 1-0, in the first leg of ...
USA-Peru International Friendly Player Ratings 
A pair of second-half goals by Jozy Altidore wiped out a 1-0 deficit and gave the USA a 2-1 victory ...
Women's College Weekend: No. 1 Virginia rallied to defeat UCLA 
Top-ranked Virginia rallied from 1-0 down at halftime to defeat No. 9 UCLA, 2-1, in Westwood on goals by Alexis ...
Men's College Weekend: Maryland beats UCLA before record crowd 
Freshman Sebastian Elney's golden goal lifted No. 4 Maryland past top-ranked UCLA, 2-1, in front of a Ludwig Field record ...
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WCQ: Nowak's Benna Boys win, Reggae Boyz stunned
by Paul Kennedy on Saturday, Sep 5, 2015 12:48 PM EDT
Antigua & Barbuda, coached by former U.S. Olympic team coach Peter Nowak, beat Guatemala, 1-0, in the first leg of their third-round World Cup 2018 qualifying series in Concacaf. The winner will join the USA and Trinidad & Tobago and the winner of the St. Vincent & the Grenadines-Aruba series in their semifinal round that begins in November. The Vincy Heat won the first leg, 2-0. In a stunner, Jamaica fell at home to Nicaragua, 3-2, in a match it trailed, 3-0, after 48 minutes.

  
Klinsmann Passes the Buck on USA's Gold Cup Failure  
Speaking to the Washington Post ahead of the USA's friendly against Peru in D.C. on Friday night, U.S. men's national ...
Perez Blames Man United Team for De Gea Collapse 
Real Madrid President Florentino Prez blamed Manchester United Executive Vice President Ed Woodward and his team for the collapse of ...
Wales Coach to Fans: Prepare to Get 'Carried Away' 
Chris Coleman says that Wales fans can start getting "carried away" about qualifying for Euro 2016, but he and his ...
Blind Criticizes Players for Dutch Defeat  
Netherland coach Danny Blind publicly slammed his players for the sending off and penalty that led to the 1-0 defeat ...
Rooney Close to England Goal Record  
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney needs just two goals to surpass Sir Bobby Charlton's all-time record tally of 49 goals ...
Scouting Report: U.S. vets set for return against Peru 
The USA plays Peru Friday night in the first of two friendly games as it prepares for the Oct. 10 ...
Should PRO have revealed, during the game, that the Red Bull trick play was illegal? 
This really rather ridiculous business of the Red Bull corner-kick trickery continues to reverberate.
Latest line on MLS MVP race: Giovinco, Feilhaber, Keane 1-2-3 
The return of Obafemi Martins and a scoring burst by Robbie Keane has tightened up the MVP race, and numerous ...
Women's Week 3: Four games to follow this weekend 
Last year, Virginia knocked off the defending champion UCLA in the quarterfinals of the NCA Tournament, snapping the Bruins' 44-game ...
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Roster: U.S. U-15 girls convene in Carson
The U.S. U-15 girls national team gathers for its third camp of 2015. A 24-player squad will convene at the ...
Soccer America Confidential:
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Latest line on MLS MVP race: Giovinco, Feilhaber, Keane 1-2-3
The return of Obafemi Martins and a scoring burst by Robbie Keane has tightened up the MVP race, and numerous ...
College Soccer Reporter

Candidates for 2015 Senior CLASS Award named
Sixty men's and women's soccer players were selected as candidates for the 2015 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate soccer. To ...
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Should PRO have revealed, during the game, that the Red Bull trick play was illegal?
This really rather ridiculous business of the Red Bull corner-kick trickery continues to reverberate.

"I really think they're true friendships. When a manager comes to my house for dinner, they don't think twice of saying, 'I want the lasagna Bolognese and the veal Milanese!' I'm like: 'Both?!? It's 1 in the afternoon! We've gotta go shop and cook!' Look, it's much easier to order in or have a bit to eat in the City, but now they come to my house and they're in my home, and it's genuinely done with just friendship. It's not like since Sir Alex retired that I don't want to see him anymore. It's genuine. If I get fired today, I'm still friends with these guys."

-- Soccer promoter Charlie Stillitano on friendships with foreign club coaches like Alex Ferguson, who are regulars at his New Jersey home. (SI.com)