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Ajax Earns Draw with PSG 
Danish international Lassa Schone scored in the 74th-minute from a free kick to spoil Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return to Amsterdam on ...
Barca Uninspiring in Narrow UCL Opener  
It was an uninspiring debut for Barcelona coach Luis Enrique in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday, as Gerard Pique ...
Di Maria: "I Needed to Change My Life" 
In an interview with Perform, Manchester United forward Angel Di Maria says that he left Real Madrid for the Premier ...
Mourinho: Costa's Hamstring Injury a Concern  
Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho reiterated his concerns over striker Diego Costa's hamstring following the Blues' 1-1 draw at home to ...
Arrests Mar Roma's UCL Win  
Police arrested three fans prior to AS Roma's UEFA Champions League opener against Russian side CSKA Moscow on Wednesday amid ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Impact edges Red Bulls to take command
by Ridge Mahoney on Wednesday, Sep 17, 2014 11:39 PM EDT
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Wednesday] In a Concacaf matchup of MLS teams, Montreal went with its stars, and they proved to be the difference. Marco Di Vaio scored from an Ignacio Piattiassist to give the Impact, mired at the bottom of the MLS Eastern Conference, a narrow 1-0 victory over rival New York in a Concacaf Champions League group match Wednesday. The Red Bulls sat out all but a few of their regulars but the Impact went with a stronger lineup and reaped the rewards.


  
Drogba: "I'm Like a Diesel, I Need Time" 
Didier Drogba admits that he needs time to regain his fitness and confidence after squandering chances in Chelsea's UEFA Champions ...
Sounders rally to snatch trophy from Union 
[OPEN CUP: Final] The Philadelphia Union had the home-crowd advantage, and scored first with a goal by Maurice Edu, but ...
Soccer on TV 
THURSDAY ACTION INCLUDES: The U.S. women host Mexico in a friendly in Rochester ... Europa League and Copa Sudamericana ...
Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard 
[ROUNDUP: Midweek] In 2013, North Carolina came up against William & Mary as the No. 1 team in the country ...
Lichaj's Nottingham Forest stays on top 
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Eric Lichaj, one of the few available European-based U.S. internationals not called into the friendly against the Czech ...
Impact edges Red Bulls to take command 
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Wednesday] In a Concacaf matchup of MLS teams, Montreal went with its stars, and they proved to ...
Guardiola: Bayern Munich deserved to win 
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Wednesday] Off to a relatively quiet start to its league season, German champion Bayern Munich needed all ...
A neat free-kick goal from Down Under  
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Choreographed free kicks usually don't work out better than a simple shot on goal or cross, but ...
Charlotte gains Independence as Eagles' successor 
[USL PRO] The Charlotte Independence will take the place of the Charlotte Eagles in USL PRO in 2015. The new ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Jamieson and Arriola lead comeback win in Buenos Aires
[USA UNDER-20 MEN] The U.S. under-20 national team won its second game in three days against an Argentine pro reserve ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Soccer America Q&A: Falcons' Jim Smith on MLS Atlanta
Former Columbus Crew president/general manager Jim Smith is playing a major role in the launch of an MLS team in ...
College Soccer Reporter

College soccer on the air
[2014 SCHEDULE] No. 1 North Carolina is in men's action on Tuesday at William & Mary. For listings of college ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


The College Quest in 2014: 'Technology can help bridge the access gap'
It's been a decade since Avi Stopper penned a guide for high-schoolers on how to navigate their quest to play ...
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Mad Dog and Fighting Pig find home in MLS -- in a good way, of course
Hard on the heels (and that phrase may soon acquire literal meaning) of the arrival of Jermaine Jones in MLS, comes the news that the Columbus Crew have signed Austrian defender Emanuel Pogatetz. Two players who can -- and I'm picking my words carefully here -- be described as hard men.

"We talked about trying to win the U.S. Open Cup, Supporters' Shield and MLS Cup. This is one step, and we've got two things more that we're trying to accomplish, but it feels good. We're trying to do something special, and we have the quality here that we think can do it."

-- The Seattle Sounders' Clint Dempsey, who scored their second goal in Tuesday's 3-1 U.S. Open Cup final win over Philadelphia. The Sounders now aim to win the MLS regular season title (Supporters' Shield ) and their first MLS Cup. (Sporting News)

Ajax Earns Draw with PSG