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NBC Deportes will air all 52 Under-17 World Cup games 
NBC Deportes will air all 52 games from the Under-17 World Cup, which kicks off Oct. 17 in Chile. Games ...
USA-Mexico: Who's got the edge at each position 
Soccer is a team game, a collective test of 11-v-11, and in one of the biggest games in their history ...
Honduras stands in way of U.S. Olympic berth 
The USA, which failed to qualify for two of the last three men's Olympic soccer tournaments, can clinch a spot ...
U.S. Abroad: Mewis makes European debut for Bayern 
U.S. international Kristie Mewis, signed by Bayern Munich from the NWSL's Boston Breakers, made her debut in the UEFA Women's ...
Business Report: Michael Bradley signs with Puma 
U.S. national team midfielder Michael Bradley signed a long-term contract with Puma to wear its latest offerings of cleated footwear ...
FIFA in total meltdown: Blatter and Platini suspended
by Paul Kennedy on Thursday, Oct 8, 2015 7:21 AM EDT
Photo International soccer was engulfed by a new crisis on Thursday as FIFA president Sepp Blatter and UEFA president Michel Platini, the two most powerful men in soccer, were suspended from all soccer activities for 90 days by FIFA's ethics committee, leaving the sport reeling from scandals across the globe with a power vacuum at the top. In line to replace Blatter until a new president is elected next February is Cameroonian Issa Hayatou, the African confederation president, but it is not known if he wants to serve.  
Video Pick: England coach impresses with ball puncture 
During England's preparations for Friday's European Championship qualifier against Estonia, goalkeeper coach Dave Watson impressed Joe Hart and Jack Butland ...
What They're Saying: Stephen Flamhaft 
"They have not in any shape or form condemned Blazer. That's offensive to me. I'm a former prosecutor, so I ...
Soccer on TV 
USA-Mexico on Saturday highlights the weekend lineup, and there are Euro 2016 qualifiers every day.
What They're Saying: Jason Kreis 
"I think that this is a tremendous challenge that we've embarked on and I'm not ready to leave it. If ...
Roster: U.S. U-16 girls national team calls in 24  
Coach Tricia Taliaferro, U.S. Soccer's main scout for the 2000-born girls, will run a 24-player U.S. U-16 girls national team ...
Fox Sports and Univision ready for Concacaf Cup 
Saturday's USA-Mexico for the Concacaf Cup, on the docket for more than two months, will draw unprecedented coverage on Fox ...
Roster: U.S. U-17 girls head to camp  
Five months ahead of the qualifying tournament for the 2016 U-17 Women's World Cup, Coach B.J. Snow has named a ...
Concacaf Olympic Qualifying: Day 6 
The USA will face Honduras, a 2-1 loser to Mexico on Wednesday night, in Saturday's semifinals at the Concacaf Olympic ...
Video Pick: How the U.S. U-19s lost 8-1 to Germany 
It was a rough outing indeed for the U.S. defense and goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann in the U-19 division of the ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Roster: U.S. U-16 girls national team calls in 24
Coach Tricia Taliaferro, U.S. Soccer's main scout for the 2000-born girls, will run a 24-player U.S. U-16 girls national team ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

USA is better off without the hysteria surrounding El Tri
The hiring of Juan Carlos Osorio marks the sixth time in the past two years that the Mexican soccer federation ...
College Soccer Reporter

Soccer America Women's Top 25
North Carolina held on to the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings for the second week ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Beau Dure

Keys to picking the right club for your child
When you're traveling, do you go to a local motel or a name-brand place? Do you like the restaurant with ...
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Time is running out on violent goalkeeping
Employing former players as TV experts is now well established as the thing to do. Like it or not, that's what we're getting. Occasionally it works well -- which is surprising, because TV work is specialist work, and it's alarmingly clear that none of these guys has any training for the job.

"For the most part, the competition part of it is somewhat useless. I guess the part about being in [the next World Cup host's] country and getting the lay of the land is important, but the Confederations Cup is one of these competitions where I'm sure the national teams and the players would rather not have it, because it's just another game or series of games at a time when players need a break."

-- LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena, who took the USA to two Confederation Cups, on the reward for Saturday's winner of USA-Mexico. (