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Video Pick: Own goal by Bernardez is salve for Salt Lake 
Real Salt Lake ended its scoreless streak at 387 minutes without scoring. That is, it needed an own goal from ...
Roster: U.S. U-17s convene in New Jersey  
Coach Richie Williams has called in a 20-player squad for a May 2-11 camp at the New York Red Bulls' ...
What They're Saying: Ruud Gullit 
"His team is boring when, in my opinion, the players he has deserve much better. Mourinho deserves his negative label ...
MLS releases 2015 roster rules and regulations 
Major League Soccer published its 2015 roster rules and regulations. They included a streamlined process for the acquisition of players ...
Youth soccer shakeup in South Texas 
Top youth clubs from the greater Houston, Austin and San Antonio areas will this fall begin competing under the U.S. ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
MLS: The Best of April
by Ridge Mahoney on Friday, May 1, 2015 1:25 PM EDT
Great drama on the international stage brought MLS notoriety and many teams began to forge their identities in the second month of league play.

  
U.S. U-15 boys beat Italy to reach tourney final 
The U.S. U-15 boys national team, coached by John Hackworth, scored 12 goals in its three group-stage games at the ...
Soccer on TV 
Chelsea will clinch the Premier League title if it beats Crystal Palace Sunday.
MLS Weekend: Battle royale in Foxboro 
Teams are settling into their seasons as the third month of MLS play gets underway. Both expansion teams are struggling ...
MLS: The Best of April 
Great drama on the international stage brought MLS notoriety and many teams began to forge their identities in the second ...
LVG Blames USA Tour for Man United's Poor Start 
Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal blames the team's pre-season tour of the USA for its slow start to the ...
Juve One Point From Serie A Crown 
Juventus will be crowned Serie A champion for the fourth consecutive time if the Turin club manages to get a ...
Scholes: Man United was Right to Sell Pogba 
In his column for the Independent, former Manchester United center midfielder Paul Scholes asks whether his return from retirement in ...
Bale Returns for Real Against Sevilla 
Real Madrid received an injury boost on Friday as coach Carlo Ancelotti revealed that Gareth Bale will return for Real ...
Chelsea's Title Stroll Came with a Thin Squad 
As Off The Post, and others, have noted, much of the talk surrounding Chelsea's stroll to the Premier League title ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Roster: U.S. U-17s convene in New Jersey
Coach Richie Williams has called in a 20-player squad for a May 2-11 camp at the New York Red Bulls' ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


MLS: The Best of April
Great drama on the international stage brought MLS notoriety and many teams began to forge their identities in the second ...
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:
Dev Mishra


Hey Coach, set a good example: Use and share sunscreen
In several published studies it's been shown that only about 20% of outdoor sport athletes routinely use proper sunscreen for ...
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Concussion dangers still not fully accepted
If ever proof were needed that the English style of refereeing is a bad model for American referees, it was provided in abundance this past weekend. Of course, I am of the opinion that no such added proof was needed anyway, so skewed is the English view of officiating.

"I apologize for last night, Ian. ... I was not happy about losing."

-- Leicester City coach Nigel Pearson says sorry to journalist Ian Baker of the Wardle Whittell Agency for calling him an "ostrich," "stupid" and "daft" after Leicester City's 3-1 lost Chelsea. (BBC)