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Roster: Taliaferro trains U.S. U-16 girls in California  
The U.S. U-16 girls national team, with 21 players born in 2000 and three 2001s, are training in Chula Vista, ...
Farfan hero, Alvarado goat in Mexico 
Gabriel Farfan came off the bench and scored the winning goal five minutes later to lead Chiapas to a 2-1 ...
Roster: U.S. U-18 girls head to Mexico City  
The U.S. U-18 girls national team's Mexico City training camp Aug. 8-16 will include games against Mexico's U-20 women Aug. ...
Roster: New U.S. U-18 boys compete in Nordic Cup 
U.S. U-18 boys national team coach Javier Perez has named a 20-player roster for the 2015 Open Nordic Cup Tournament ...
MLS: Seeing isn't believing after 39-goal Saturday 
On a day when Frank Lampard, Shaun Wright-Phillips and Tranquillo Barnetta, among others, made their league debuts, they had to ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Altidore's frustrations get the better of him -- again
by Paul Kennedy on Sunday, Aug 2, 2015 6:10 PM EDT
Not for the first time this year, Jozy Altidore lashed out and paid dearly. Playing with the U.S. national team in March, he dropped an F-bomb  and was sent off for verbally abusing Italian referee Luca Banti. On Saturday, following an aerial challenge with the New England's Jose Goncalves, Altidore kicked the Revs defender while he was on the ground and was immediately sent off by referee Chris Penso late in the first half of a match Toronto FC lost, 3-1.

  
Crowd Count: Chattanooga FC draws record 9,236 fans 
For the second year in a row, Chattanooga FC set a National Premier Soccer League attendance record in the national ...
What They're Saying: Economics professor Bruce Corrie 
"There are a number of positive benefits it could have to engage youth, build values, provide options for sports, and ...
Video Pick: Mourinho tosses medal to young Arsenal fan 
Jose Mourinho brought a smile to the face of a young Arsenal fan when the Chelsea coach threw his runner-up ...
Charlotte snaps Rhinos' USL unbeaten streak at 19 games 
The Charlotte Independence got goals from brothers Alex Martinez and Enzo Martinez as well as Pole Tomasz Zahorski and former ...
August brings no change to Sounders' fortunes 
The way things are going, the Seattle Sounders' season may remembered as before and after Tukwila. Their season has not ...
Dunn makes strong case for NWSL MVP 
If the NWSL means anything to the U.S. women's national team, Crystal Dunn will be in the squad when it ...
What They're Saying: Sigi Schmid 
"We've got to make sure we right that and get them back for that. I don't think teams should come ...
Ontario's K-W United FC takes PDL crown 
Top-seeded Kitchener-Waterloo United FC became the third Canadian team to win the PDL championship in the last eight years as ...
What Thay're Saying: Chris Rolfe 
"That was the craziest game I've ever been a part of, in pro soccer." -- D.C. United midfielder Chris Rolfe ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Roster: Taliaferro trains U.S. U-16 girls in California
The U.S. U-16 girls national team, with 21 players born in 2000 and three 2001s, are training in Chula Vista, ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


MLS's Best of July
So much international soccer -- Gold Cup, Women's World Cup, prestigious club friendlies -- was played during July that some ...
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


Coaches Need to Control Themselves -- Players Mimic Coaches
I have been a referee with the New York Metro Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association (NYMISOA) for the past three decades ...
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Impeding the goalkeeper, tackling from behind -- difficulties of definition
The new FIFA Rule book for 2015-2016 presents the usual problem. What has been changed? The book is helpful in identifying what has been added -- any new wording is clearly indicated as such by a prominent vertical line in the margin.

"We've got to make sure we right that and get them back for that. I don't think teams should come in here and be taking snapshots and taking pictures on our field."

-- Seattle Sounders coach Sigi Schmid, after Vancouver Whitecaps players took celebratory photos on the field at Century-Link Field following their 3-0 victory over the slumping Sounders. By coincidence, the teams meet again Wednesday in the Concacaf Champions League in Vancouver. (Seattle Times).