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Dutchman completes U.S. Soccer's slate of coaches on boys side  
U.S. Soccer has appointed Dave van den Bergh, who came to the USA from his native Netherlands in 2006 to ...
For once, USA starts off a year just as it's supposed to 
Defensive miscues. Sloppy touches. Blown assignments. Confusion. These negative facets of play have been part and parcel of U.S. friendlies ...
What They're Saying: Sigi Schmid 
"I don't think we have that many ills to cure to begin with. There are no saviors out there. It's ...
Heavy U.S. influence in Concacaf women's qualifying 
The Concacaf Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship begins Wednesday in Texas with two berths in the Rio Games up for grabs. ...
Arguments behind latest legal sparks in U.S. women's suit 
U.S. Soccer and the Women's National Soccer Team Players Association were back in Federal court on Monday. The Players Association ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Arguments behind latest legal sparks in U.S. women's suit
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, Feb 9, 2016 5:09 AM EST
Photo U.S. Soccer and the Women's National Soccer Team Players Association were back in Federal court on Monday. The Players Association slammed the federation's behavior in the labor suit as disingenuous, its position alarmist and its filings misleading. The federation responded that the tactics it was facing were akin to asking the court to turn a blind eye so the Players Association could keep pointing a gun at its head. Lawyers from both parties were scheduled to meet in court for the first time on Tuesday.  
MLS player tracker with complete rosters (Feb. 8) 
Columbus Crew SC waived former U.S. U-20 Romain Gall and Jamaican center back Sergio Campbell. Gall led the USA in ...
Report: News Revs DP signing Kouassi out 6-9 months 
Ivorian midfielder Xavier Kouassi, acquired as a Designated Player to fill in the slot held by unsigned Jermaine Jones, was ...
Soccer on TV 
The English FA Cup and Copa Libertadores resume Tuesday ... the USA women open their Olympic qualifying campaign against Costa ...
What They're Saying: Cristiano Ronaldo 
"I want to stay here two more years. The two years I'm talking about take me to the end of ...
U.S. U-19 men lose to short-handed Canary Islands 
The U.S. U-19 men's national team (1998s) lost, 1-0, to the Canary Islands, which played the second half a man ...
Messi needs more tests on kidney ailment 
Lionel Messi will have medical tests to assess a recurrence of renal colic, an abdominal ailment often related to the ...
DFB sues FIFA and Beckenbauer in World Cup bid scandal 
The German soccer federation, renowned for its efficiency and ability to turn out world championship teams, has become embroiled in ...
Rio Olympic Games under threat 
As the U.S. women's national team prepares for Olympic qualifying, which begins on Wednesday, and U.S. Soccer and the Players ...
Ramsey: Arsenal can stop Leicester City 
Aaron Ramsey says Arsenal can stop Leicester City in its tracks. The surprise leader in the English Premier League has ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Development Academy adds 56 Clubs for U-12 Division
Fifty-six clubs will join the U.S. Soccer Development Academy at the U-12 level, which the DA will launch for the ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


For once, USA starts off a year just as it's supposed to
Defensive miscues. Sloppy touches. Blown assignments. Confusion. These negative facets of play have been part and parcel of U.S. friendlies ...
College Soccer Reporter

NSCAA names NCAA Division I Men's All-America Teams
NCAA Division I runner-up Clemson led all teams with four players on the NCAA Division I Men's All-America Teams announced ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Dutchman completes U.S. Soccer's slate of coaches on boys side
U.S. Soccer has appointed Dave van den Bergh, who came to the USA from his native Netherlands in 2006 to ...
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Bruce Arena's signing of Nigel de Jong is a shameful episode. The most experienced American coach of the lot, with so much to admire about him ... what can have possessed him?

"I don't think we have that many ills to cure to begin with. There are no saviors out there. It's a sport that requires 11 players. It's not basketball where you only have five, where one or two guys can really turn things a lot more. [Rookie Jordan Morris] is part of the team concept, and he's a good team player."

-- Seattle Sounders coach Sigi Schmid on whether the arrival of Morris, who joined the Sounders in Arizona on Monday, would solve their ills. (Seattle Times)