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Top 25 U.S. Soccer Crowds (2015) 
Tuesday's Barcelona-Chelsea game at Fedex Field in Landover, Maryland, drew 78,914 fans, making it the sixth crowd in the last ...
Northwest Division teams dominate PDL All-League team 
Sounders FC U23 defender Jonathan Campbell, who was named to attend the U.S. Men's U23 College ID camp, heads the ...
What They're Saying: Osvaldo Alonso  
"This is a gift for me. When I come here, it was never to come back. Now it's eight years ...
What They're Saying: Mexican federation president Decio de Maria 
"Our values, our principles, are above any result. In our profession, our industry, the matches are never over, and as ...
ICYMI MLS: Red Bulls add to their family ties 
There will soon be a Wright-Phillips reunion on the field as former England international Shaun Wright-Phillips has joined younger brother Bradley ...
High times don't faze Tottenham manager
by Paul Kennedy on Monday, Jul 27, 2015 7:47 PM EDT
Photo For many of Tottenham's players, playing at altitude, even in the Mile-High City of Denver at 5,280 feet above sea level, is something they've rarely done. Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino knows all about playing at altitude, though he says the conditions won't change his team's approach to Wednesday's match against the MLS All-Stars at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.  
Report: Platini to Announce FIFA Presidential Candidacy 
The AP is reporting that UEFA President Michel Platini plans to announce his intention to run for FIFA President this ...
Mourinho: USA No Longer "Paradise"  
Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho says that the USA is no longer a paradise of anonymity for he and his players. ...
Jovetic Close to Inter Switch 
Manchester City forward Stevan Jovetic is in Milan completing a medical ahead of his 2 million-pound loan to Interazionale. At ...
Herrera Fired as Mexico Coach  
Miguel Herrera has been fired as the coach of the Mexican national team for allegedly punching a journalist after a ...
Blatter and Putin's Perfect Bromance  
In the midst of all the Gold Cup hoopla this past weekend, you might have missed that far away in ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
High times don't faze Tottenham manager 
For many of Tottenham's players, playing at altitude, even in the Mile-High City of Denver at 5,280 feet above sea ...
Drogba and Gilberto: A tale of two DPs 
Chicago didn't get its top choice but it did upgrade its attack by signing Gilberto, using money acquired by trading ...
Three-time gold-medalist Boxx will retire after fall tour 
Shannon Boxx, who won three Olympic gold medals to go along with her Women's World Cup championship victory in 2015, ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

U.S. Youth Futsal names 10 teams for international play
U.S. Youth Futsal has named rosters for five boys and five girls teams, U-12 through U-18, for a series of ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy

Soccer's scandals poison Gold Cup playing field
As a child in the early 1960s, I was a college football fan, or as much a college football fan ...
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:
Paul Kennedy

Massapequa returns McGuire Cup to New York for first time in 59 years
Massapequa Arsenal became the first team from New York to win the McGuire Cup since 1959 when it captured the ...
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A Soccer Rarity -- A Triumph for Common Sense
There are three heroes in this story -- though heroes is really much too dramatic a word. Three good guys, then, who saw that something was wrong in soccer, did something about it, and got things put right.

"This is a gift for me. When I come here, it was never to come back. Now it's eight years for me, so I'm very happy that changed. I'm waiting for that moment."

-- Seattle Sounders' Osvaldo Alonso on the possibility of returning to Cuba in the aftermath of USA-Cuba relations changing. Alonso, who says he will file the paperwork that could allow him to visit Cuba in December, defected eight years ago. (Tacoma News-Tribune)

Iheanacho Patient for Man City Chance