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USL: Charlotte's Berner edges Volesky for top honor 
Charlotte Independence goalkeeper John Berner, on loan from MLS's Colorado Rapids, was voted the USL Player of the Week after ...
NASL: Armada's Keita named Player of the Week 
Guinea international Alhassane Keita was named the NASL Player of the Week after scoring a dramatic game-winner deep into second-half ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
John Hackworth: 'Learning how to win is part of development' 
Coach John Hackworth, who rejoined the U.S. national team program after four years with MLS's Philadelphia Union, has gotten off ...
By the Numbers: Dynamo digs hole with lost home points 
With 10 points in 10 games, the Houston Dynamo is bunched with two other teams just below the red zone ...
Expansion teams learn hard MLS lessons
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 2:24 PM EDT
New York City FC and Orlando City are finding out just how hard it is to compete in MLS as expansion teams even when they've shelled out big money for international stars. They've learned some hard MLS lessons that Designated Players must be healthy and must be producing.

MLS: Quakes win in Kinnear homecoming 
The San Jose Earthquakes beat the Houston Dynamo, 1-0, in a rare Tuesday night MLS game. Adam Jahn's goal off ...
Video Pick: Drunk lion mascot loses his head  
Austrian league games usually don't attract worldwide attention, but Austria Vienna's 2-1 win over SC Wiener Neustadt has -- thanks ...
Twenty for Canada 2015: Switzerland's Lara Dickenmann 
Lara Dickenmann was already a star on the Swiss national team in 2004 when she left home to enroll at ...
Video Pick: Spectacular bike golazo from Hannover's Sane  
Hannover's Senegalese defender Salif Sane took to the air with his back to Wolfsburg's goal to score one of most ...
The College Process: Be Prepared, Proactive and Persistent 
No two children are alike and their dreams are as unique as their goals. As high school students across the ...
Soccer on TV 
Barcelona hosts Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal series, and in MLS the Galaxy plays ...
Europe in a Nutshell: The curious curse of Jupp Heynckes 
Chelsea wins the EPL title while underperforming; Juventus rules Italy; handicapping title races in France and Spain. Plus, how will ...
What They're Saying: Roy Keane 
"You can't win a game with 10 men. Gareth Bale gave Real Madrid nothing tonight. He took the easy decision ...
What They're Saying: Sam Strong 
"I saw him in the airport. I'm a fan of the national team. I talked to him for about 10 ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

Roster: U.S. U-17s convene in New Jersey
Coach Richie Williams has called in a 20-player squad for a May 2-11 camp at the New York Red Bulls' ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

Defending MLS champs seldom look the part in post-Donovan days
Drab draw with the Rapids extended unbeaten run to four games, yet the Galaxy is still seeking momentum.
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:
Mike Woitalla

John Hackworth: 'Learning how to win is part of development'
Coach John Hackworth, who rejoined the U.S. national team program after four years with MLS's Philadelphia Union, has gotten off ...
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Concussion dangers still not fully accepted
If ever proof were needed that the English style of refereeing is a bad model for American referees, it was provided in abundance this past weekend. Of course, I am of the opinion that no such added proof was needed anyway, so skewed is the English view of officiating.

"You can't win a game with 10 men. Gareth Bale gave Real Madrid nothing tonight. He took the easy decision every time. … He didn't take a player on once and his teammates will not be happy with him."

-- Ex-Manchester United star and ITV pundit Roy Keane blames Gareth Bale for Real Madrid's 2-1 UEFA Champions League loss to Juventus. (Mirror)