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San Antonio and Minnesota aim to pull away from pack 
[NASL: Fall Week 7] The San Antonio Scorpions and Minnesota United FC, the NASL fall leaders, will look to distance ...
Balotelli-Liverpool Talks Continue 
Mario Balotelli has arrived in Liverpool for a medical ahead of his expected 16 million pound ($26.5 million) move from ...
Conte: 'We're Counting on' Rossi  
Antonio Conte said he is "counting on" New Jersey native Giuseppe Rossi as he draws up his plans for the ...
QPR Adds Two World Cup Players  
Queen Park Rangers on Friday confirmed the signing of Chile forward Eduardo Vargas on a season-long loan from Napoli. Vargas, ...
Report: Top Clubs Opening US Academies  
The AP reports that South American and European soccer powerhouses are opening full-time soccer academies across the country, a trend ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Tim Leiweke's five biggest MLS moves
by Paul Kennedy on Thursday, Aug 21, 2014 10:46 PM EDT
[MAKING A LIST] Tim Leiweke will go down as the man who made MLS think big. First with AEG, where he worked for 17 years, and more recently with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE), Toronto FC's parent company, he has had more influence in MLS -- on and off the field -- than any other club executive. It was announced on Thursday, however, he will be leaving MLSE within the year. For a look at Leiweke's five biggest moves.

  
Neymar Suffers Ankle Sprain 
Barcelona forward Neymar has picked up an ankle sprain in training and will be out of action for an indefinite ...
Gaspar returns home as CJSA technical director 
[YOUTH SOCCER] Dan Gaspar, who served as an assistant coach on Iran's 2014 World Cup team, is returning to his ...
Red Star defender named NWSL Rookie of the Year 
[NWSL] Chicago Red Stars defender Julie Johnston was voted the 2014 Rookie of the Year ahead of Houston Dash forward ...
FS1 sets viewing record for UCL playoff 
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Tuesday's Besiktas-Arsenal match in the UEFA Champions League playoffs averaged 212,000 viewers, a new record for ...
Matt Pilkington: Encourage Creativity 
Matt Pilkington was recently named U.S. Soccer Development Academy U-17/18 Coach of the Year for the East region after his ...
Soccer on TV (Updated) 
Friday action includes: Atletico Madrid hosts Real Madrid in the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup. ... A MLS ...
Penn State looks to start new championship run 
[PREVIEW: Big Ten Women] Penn State's run of 15 consecutive Big Ten regular-season titles ended with a third-place finish in ...
Tim Leiweke's five biggest MLS moves 
[MAKING A LIST] Tim Leiweke will go down as the man who made MLS think big. First with AEG, where ...
BYU, Portland and Santa Clara favored in tight race 
[PREVIEW: SEC Women] Of the major women's conferences, the tightest race could take place in the WCC, where four points ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Paul Kennedy


Horan gets untracked as USA edges Brazil
[UNDER-20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] The USA recovered from a 2-0 loss to Germany to beat Brazil, 1-0, in its second ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


'Cubo' brightens the gloom at Chivas USA
In a little more than a year, Erick 'Cubo' Torres has dazzled MLS with superb goals and a trademark celebration.
College Soccer Reporter

What They're Saying: Mark Krikorian
"Winning a national championship is how we define success. That is what we are shooting for, that's what I think ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Maddy Shiber


Matt Pilkington: Encourage Creativity
Matt Pilkington was recently named U.S. Soccer Development Academy U-17/18 Coach of the Year for the East region after his ...
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As expected: permissive, English-style refereeing comes to MLS
Diego Costa, the man Chelsea hopes will solve its goalscoring problems, got off to a great start in his debut game on Monday, scoring after just 17 minutes.

"I don't think I can say what he said without being fined, but there were some choice words that we absolutely deserved to hear."

-- Landon Donovan on Coach Bruce Arena's halftime talk after the Los Angeles Galaxy went into the locker room on Wednesday trailing the Colorado Rapids, 3-1. The Galaxy came back for a 4-3 win. (MLSSoccer.com)