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What They're Saying: Bradley Wright-Phillips 
"I thought Jermaine Jones reffed a good game today." -- New York Red Bull Bradley Wright-Phillips after the a 2-1 ...
NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard 
[ROUNDUP: Sunday] Top-ranked UCLA needed a goal from Sam Mewis in the 88th minute to beat Pepperdine and move into ...
What They're Saying: Sigi Schmid 
"If we weren't creating chances, I'd be concerned. But we're creating chances and we had some looks." -- Sigi Schmid, ...
The Good, the Bad and -- Messi conquers Spain  
[EUROPE IN A NUTSHELL] A Liverpool player falls asleep watching his team lose, a French golazo during the Milan derby, ...
NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Scoreboard 
[ROUNDUP: Sunday] Malcolm Harris' goal gave UMBC a 1-0 win over No. 4 seed Maryland, ending the Terrapins' streak of ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Wright-Phillips befuddled, Donovan confident
by Paul Kennedy on Sunday, Nov 23, 2014 11:38 PM EST
[MLS PLAYOFFS: Reaction] In a match that produced 10 yellow cards -- the most for an MLS playoff games after 90 minutes -- the most important card issued by referee Allen Chapman in New England's 2-1 win over New York was the most innocuous. Little did Bradley Wright-Phillips know the consequence of his decision to impede Bobby Shuttleworth while the Revs goalkeeper was trying to roll out the ball. In Sunday's other match, Landon Donovan says it was mission accomplished for the LA Galaxy, a 1-0 winner over Seattle.

  
Youth Boys Report: U.S. U-17s take third in Chile 
The U.S. under-17 national team fell to Brazil, 4-3, in its second game at the Copa O'Higgins in Chile. A ...
U.S. Abroad: Weekend Hot (and Cold) List 
Aron Johannsson scored his first goal in more than seven months for AZ in its 1-0 win over Vitesse that ...
WFC2 to set up shop on UBC campus 
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] The Vancouver Whitecaps became the seventh MLS club to launch a second team in USL PRO. WFC2 will ...
Soccer on TV 
Aston Villa hosts Southampton in Monday action.
A cavalcade of Bundesliga own goals  
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] World Cup champion Christoph Kramer scoring a 40-yard own goal earlier this month prompted the ...
Three takeaways from LA Galaxy-Seattle 
By Ridge Mahoney (@ridgemax) The Western Conference finalists are separated by just one goal heading into the second leg in ...
Three takeaways from New York-New England 
The New England Revolution made it three wins in three playoff games with a 2-1 win over the New York ...
Youth Boys Report: Brazil edges U.S. U-17s in thriller 
The U.S. under-17 national team fell to Brazil, 4-3, in its second game at the Copa O'Higgins in Chile. The ...
High school vs. club debate rages in New Jersey 
High school vs. club has long been an issue on the boys side, culminating with the decision of the Development ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

id2 all-stars headed to Argentina in 2015
[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] The annual National Selection International Tour is heading to South America for the first time in program ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy


Three takeaways from New York-New England
The New England Revolution made it three wins in three playoff games with a 2-1 win over the New York ...
College Soccer Reporter

NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard
[ROUNDUP: Friday] Form held on Friday as all 15 seeds still alive won their second-round games. Sarah Killion scored two ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Bayern Makes its Move
One thing we hear a lot from the foreign clubs coming to the USA is how they're aiming to help ...
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"If we weren't creating chances, I'd be concerned. But we're creating chances and we had some looks."

-- Sigi Schmid, coach of the Seattle Sounders, who after a 1-0 loss in the first leg of their semifinal series against Los Angeles have scored only one goal in 270 minutes this postseason. (MLSSoccer.com)