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Orlando City Signs Shea  
New MLS club Orlando City on Friday announced the signing of U.S. national team midfielder Brek Shea from Premier League ...
Robbie Rogers: FIFA 'Insane' to Host WC in Russia, Qatar 
LA Galaxy left back Robbie Rogers has spoken out about FIFA's decision to stage the next two World Cups 2018 ...
Report: Juve Eyes January Move for Falcao  
According to Italian soccer site Calciomercato, Manchester United may consider getting second-choice striker Radamel Falcao's huge wages off its during ...
Reus Fined $665K for Driving without a License 
Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus has been handed one of the biggest driving fines in German history after using his ...
Balotelli Receives One-Game Ban, Fine for Instagram Post 
Mario Balotelli received a one game ban and a fine of 25,000 pounds after being found guilty of breaching English ...
Press and Lloyd combine for all seven in U.S. win
by Paul Kennedy on Thursday, Dec 18, 2014 8:50 PM EST
After a tie and loss in its first two games at the Torneio Internacional da Brasilia, the USA took it out on Argentina as Christen Press scored four goals and Carli Lloyd scored the other three in a 7-0 victory. The win coupled with host Brazil's 4-1 victory over China moved the USA into the championship game against Brazil on Sunday at the Mane Garrincha Stadium.  
MLS lines up exciting tripleheader for first Sunday 
MLS will open its 2015 season on March 6 when the defending champion LA Galaxy hosts the Chicago Fire in ...
Red card? How to call DOGSO 
Denying an obvious goalscoring opportunity (DOGSO) is a red-card offense.
Veterans in demand as Re-Entry Draft concludes 
Stage 2 of the 2014 MLS Re-Entry Draft offered up fair doses of everything, as did the eight selections. Veterans ...
Video Pick: Alex Meier on Fire  
The leading scorer in the Europe's highest scoring league is a player you may not have heard about. So meet ...
Soccer on TV 
German champion Bayern Munich hosts Mainz 05 on Friday. ... Real Madrid faces San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup ...
U.S. U-20s win at San Pedro Sula 
San Pedro Sula is no easy place to play as the USA (2-1 loser in the 2013 Hexagonal opener) and ...
MLS Trade Central: Thursday's deals 
Sporting Kansas City has signed 25-year-old Hungarian international forward Krisztian Nemeth from Dutch cub Roda JC  and 31-year-old Chilean keeper ...
TV Report: MLS expansion teams ink local deals 
As expected, New York City FC has entered into a multi-year agreement with YES Network, while Orlando City has reached ...
Timbers land Wake's Vidovich to run T2 
The Portland Timbers, who dipped into the college ranks to get head coach Caleb Porter, have made another big grab ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

U.S. U-17s open Nike Friendlies with 3-1 win over England
The U.S. under-17 national team got two goals from Christian Pulisic, his 15th and 16th of the season, and one ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy

Revs' locals ready to make history
The New England Revolution enters MLS Cup with the worst record in league history. It's lost all four finals it's ...
College Soccer Reporter

UMBC, the ACC giant slayer, strikes again
UMBC won its third straight game on the road against current and former ACC giants, following up on wins over ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Randy Vogt

Red card? How to call DOGSO
Denying an obvious goalscoring opportunity (DOGSO) is a red-card offense.
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College Cup serves up more bland brew
After several years of boringly vapid finals it can be safely said that the College Cup is now firmly established as the sport's most over-rated annual event.

"I'm not over it. I'm not sure I'll ever get over it. [Pause] I actually think that's OK."

-- Chris Wondolowski on whether he's gotten over his miss in the dying seconds of regulation against Belgium at the 2014 World Cup and broken his wife's "24-hour rule" that he had 24 hours to mourn a mistake and then must move on. Wondo was speaking at a family gathering in southwest Oklahoma to visit members of his Kiowa Native American tribe. (Grantland)