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Soccer on TV 
The UEFA Champions League resumes Tuesday with Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Chelsea in action.
TV Report: El Clasico draws 1.87 million BeIN Sports viewers 
The Real Madrid-Barcelona game on beIN Sports and beIN Sports en Espanol drew a combined television audience of 1.87 million ...
Reffing Futsal (Part 1): Calling and counting fouls  
Futsal has been growing rapidly in the USA as it's a wonderful player development tool. But refereeing it can be ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
WCQ: USA headed back to Columbus in March 
Unbeaten in eight World Cup qualifiers since it opened in 1999 -- more games than at any other venue -- ...
Bob Bradley leads Normandy landing
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, Nov 24, 2015 3:27 AM EST
Photo It isn't every day that a former World Cup coach arrives to coach a Ligue 2 team, so the French press treated Bob Bradley's signing at Le Havre as a big deal. "Normandy Landing" was the headline in France Football -- General Omar Bradley led the Normandy invasion in 1944 -- while L'Equipe referred to Monday's Le Havre-Brest match as "Bradley en prime time." A 0-0 draw in a match broadcast live on Eurosport did nothing to take away from new enthusiasm at HAC.  
What They're Saying: Chinese sports commentator Huang Jianxiang 
"Evergrande's ability to succeed confirms that if the government gets out of Chinese soccer and gives it over to the ...
What They're Saying: Ethan Horvath 
"The way we've been playing in Europa League, maybe now a team doesn't want to draw Molde because they have ...
Incredible season lands Giovinco top MLS Newcomer honors 
On Monday, MLS confirmed the obvious by announcing that Sebastian Giovinco of Toronto FC is the 2015 Newcomer of the ...
U.S. Open Cup: Big wins for LA Wolves FC and La Maquina 
LA Wolves FC knocked off Cal FC, 2-1, while La Maquina beat Chula Vista FC, 4-0, as two of the ...
Bob Bradley leads Normandy landing 
It isn't every day that a former World Cup coach arrives to coach a Ligue 2 team, so the French ...
Jill Ellis named 2015 NSCAA Honorary All-American 
Jill Ellis, head coach of the U.S. women's national team that won the 2015 Women's World Cup, has been named ...
Have TV Revenues Killed the EPL's Big Four? 
ESPN writer Tony Evans on Monday made the bold claim that the era of the "Big Four" in the English ...
Perez Stands by Benitez Despite 'Clasico' Drubbing 
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez rebuffed calls from angry fans demanding that he and coach Rafael Benitez resign following Real's ...
Wenger: Coquelin to Miss Two Months 
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger on Monday announced that influential holding midfielder Francis Coquelin will be sidelined for at least two ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

Sargent and Acosta shine at U.S. U-15 festival
During a 60-player gathering in Bradenton, Fla., of U-15 boys aiming to become part of the new cycle for the ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

Breaking down Sunday's Timbers-FC Dallas MLS playoff game
FC Dallas and Portland,MLS rivals for just five seasons, form one of the league's more intriguing matchups. FCD has been ...
College Soccer Reporter

Blackmore's 34th goal gives Louisburg NJCAA men's title
English freshman Max Blackmore scored his 34th goal of the season, redirecting a cross from classmate Jaric Spath, in overtime ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Randy Vogt

Reffing Futsal (Part 1): Calling and counting fouls
Futsal has been growing rapidly in the USA as it's a wonderful player development tool. But refereeing it can be ...
Fall 2015 Magazine Issue
Complete Guide to European Soccer 2015-16

  • Ranking European Soccer's Greats
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The growth of the academies (Part 2): Is there any evidence that they are giving us better soccer?
Evidence from a survey by the Switzerland-based Football Observatory (see Part 1) indicates that the number of acceptably skilled academy graduates is declining.

"I have been delighted with his contribution and the last game he played for Rangers was his best so far. We have a great relationship with Arsenal and our job is to make sure they know their asset is being developed properly."

-- Rangers manager Mark Warburton, who hopes to keep 18-year-old American Gedion Zelalem for the rest of the Scottish Championship. The current loan deal with Arsenal expires at the end of December. (Metro)