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USA-Guatemala International Friendly Player Ratings 
Four years ago, the USA completed its Gold Cup preparations by beating Guatemala, 6-0, in San Diego and went on ...
What They're Saying: Abby Wambach 
"It's nerve-wracking. It's brutal. And I'm not saying this because I'm sitting on the bench and not playing, but it's ...
Scouting Report: USA preps for Gold Cup against Guatemala 
Two years ago, the USA tuned up for the Gold Cup with a 6-0 win over Guatemala -- and then ...
Women's World Cup watch parties set for Sunday 
U.S. Soccer will host a viewing party for Sunday's Women's World Cup final between the USA and Japan in Chicago's Lincoln ...
Laporta: I Could Bring Pogba to Barca 
Barcelona presidential hopeful Joan Laporta says the current administration looks ridiculous after failing to sign Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba for ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
USA-Guatemala International Friendly Player Ratings
by Ridge Mahoney on Friday, Jul 3, 2015 11:54 PM EDT
Four years ago, the USA completed its Gold Cup preparations by beating Guatemala, 6-0, in San Diego and went on to win the regional title. This time around, Nashville staged the final prep game, and on Friday the Americans took care of business with a 4-0 victory despite Jozy Altidore failing to convert a penalty kick. Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann started a lineup that will closely resemble his first-choice squad in the group phase and also used all six available subs. The USA starts its Gold Cup schedule against Honduras Tuesday.

  
Chelsea Signs Falcao on Season-Long Loan 
Chelsea on Friday signed striker Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan deal from AS Monaco, with an option to make ...
Fiorentina Threatens to Sue Salah 
Fiorentina on Friday released an official statement confirming that the Serie A club is considering legal action against Chelsea midfielder ...
A Mouth-Watering Copa Final for Neutrals  
Could there be any better game for neutrals than the Copa America final between Argentina and Chile on Saturday? The ...
Olivia the parrot picks Japan over USA 
Olivia, a 10-year-old African gray parrot, is predicting Japan over the USA in the Women's World Cup. The successor to ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
Reader's Note: Watch for Special July 4th Edition 
Soccer America will publish Soccer America Daily on Saturday as it previews Sunday's Women's World Cup final between the USA ...
Video Pick: Freddy Adu -- Good News, Bad News  
The good news is that Freddy Adu scored an impressive free kick goal. The bad news is that it came ...
ICYMI | MLS: Report: New DP procedures formulated 
Allocation money could become even more valuable under new policies adopted by MLS. One of the New York Red Bulls' ...
Three Americans nominated for top WWC award 
Americans Julie Johnston, Carli Lloyd and Megan Rapinoe are on the short list for the adidas Golden Ball, which will ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

ECNL National Finals field set
The girls Elite Club National League (ECNL) National Finals for U-15, U-16 and U-17 divisions will be held in Richmond, ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy


Record TV audience will be great, but it's still all about building base
One of the big winners when the USA beat Germany, 2-0, in Tuesday's semifinals at the Women's World Cup was ...
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:
Lisa Lavelle


Should my daughter play ECNL?
Aspirations to play college soccer and hopes of a scholarship are apt to influence many decisions young players and their ...
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Seattle's love affair with the Open Cup turns sour
The controversy surrounding Clint Dempsey and his trashing of referee Daniel Radford's notebook is quite ridiculous. Ridiculous because there should be no controversy. We know, we saw (and now we've seen it repeatedly) what Dempsey did. We know what U.S. Federation regulations say about that sort of thing -- it is clearly considered, as it should be, an assault on the referee, and the mandated punishment is a six-game suspension.

"It's nerve-wracking. It's brutal. And I'm not saying this because I'm sitting on the bench and not playing, but it's taking years off my life. I now understand why parents say how stressful it is because you don't have any control about what is going on unless you are on the pitch."

-- U.S. star Abby Wambach, who has not started the last two games at the Women's World Cup. (Toronto Sun)