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Gallardo shines as U.S. U-17s rout Cuba  
Joe Gallardo, who suffered a broken shinbone last August, scored a hat trick as the USA opened its campaign to ...
Can these U-17s be the new 99ers?  
In 1999, the USA, with a team that included Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley, finished fourth at the U-17 World ...
Garber: 'Nobody's looking for a work stoppage' 
Speaking at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston on Friday, MLS commissioner Don Garber says he is still ...
MLS issues record fine to owner Dell Loy Hansen 
One MLS owner, Real Salt Salt's Dell Loy Hansen, has not been shy about expressing his feelings about MLS's position ...
USA enjoys long history of U-17 regional success 
The U.S. U-17s will get a chance at the 2015 Concacaf Under-17 Championship to avenge the loss to Honduras two ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Garber: 'Nobody's looking for a work stoppage'
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, Feb 27, 2015 7:13 PM EST
Speaking at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston on Friday, MLS commissioner Don Garber says he is still hopeful the 2015 MLS season -- the league's 20th -- will start next weekend, but he admitted the league was prepared for a work stoppage if negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement falter.  
2015 MLS Preseason Action 
The MLS preseason wraps up on Saturday with 18 of 20 teams in action, all but D.C. United and Montreal, ...
Soccer on TV 
The U.S. under-17s start their quest for a spot at the world championships by taking on Cuba Friday
What They're Saying: Luis Suarez 
"I do not understand why they [the English media] want to do this. They want to make trouble, a mountain ...
D.C. United sadly outclassed in Costa Rica 
Alajuelense jumped on top early and pounded D.C. United, 5-2, in the first leg of their Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League ...
id2 tour kicks off Monday in Argentina 
The id2 National Selection will kick off its tour of Argentina with the first of four games in Buenos Aires ...
Video Pick: A fine long-range own goal  
Getting the ball near the center circle usually doesn't put you in own-goal danger, but Josh Rose of Australia's Central ...
MLS Countdown 2015: Quakes test out new home 
DAY 7: Last in the Western Conference last year, San Jose heads into 2015 with a familiar face in charge ...
Concacaf Under-17 Championship television schedule 
The USA kicks off play in the Concacaf Under-17 Championship Friday against Cuba in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. All five ...
Reffing the Problem Player  
You and I, and truly all of humanity, have a wonderful potential to make a difference in the world. All ...
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:
Mike Woitalla


Can these U-17s be the new 99ers?
In 1999, the USA, with a team that included Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley, finished fourth at the U-17 World ...
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


Reffing the Problem Player
You and I, and truly all of humanity, have a wonderful potential to make a difference in the world. All ...
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Europe embraces Latino flair, how about the USA?
Ten minutes into Tuesday's Champions League game between Manchester City and Barcelona, TV commentator Martin Tyler told us "There are South Americans everywhere you look on the pitch here."

"If the rights are already fixed, there's little incentive to FIFA to award 2026 to the U.S."

-- Juan Carlos Rodriguez, the president of sports for Univision Communications, on FIFA's decision to award the 2026 World Cup rights to 2018 and 2022 rights-holders Fox Sports and Telemundo without opening the 2026 rights up for bid, which Rodriguez said Univision would have taken "seriously." FIFA's Jerome Valcke said FIFA cut the deal because of fears that Fox Sports and Telemundo would sue FIFA for switching the 2022 finals in Qatar from the summer to late fall. An apparent "sweet deal" calls for a modest increase of 10 percent in the fee for the 2026 tournament for which the USA is one of the favorites to host. (New York Times)