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New York City FC gets Nemec off its books 
Slovakian Adam Nemec, the symbol of New York City FC's troubled season is gone. The club and player agreed to ...
Making a List: European Summer Transfers, U.S. Abroad 
The European transfer market closed with little summer activity among Americans. Only a handful of Americans garnered transfers, notably U.S. ...
Video Pick: Five fabulous misses from the Bundesliga 
Schadenfreude from the folks Bundesliga, who compiled the "best" squandered chances to score easy goal from Week 3 of the ...
Soccer on TV 
A heavy dose of Euro qualifying begins on Thursday.
Some Big Transfer Misses as UK D-Day Sets Record 
In the end, transfer deadline day in the UK was not packed with as many last-minute deals as we've seen ...
Klinsmann: 'This is about proving a point'
by Paul Kennedy on Monday, Aug 31, 2015 2:54 AM EDT
Photo The countdown to the Oct. 10 winner-take-all match against Mexico at the Rose Bowl began in earnest with Jurgen Klinsmann's selection of players for friendlies against Peru and Brazil. There was heavy turnover with the return of Tim Howard and Geoff Cameron, who have not played in 2015, and Matt Besler and Jermaine Jones, who have not played since February. Out for the Peru game at least are nine players who started at the 2015 Gold Cup.  
FIFA Exhibit Opens in Mob Museum 
The AP reports that the same Las Vegas museum that has chronicled Las Vegas' mob beginnings led by the likes ...
Report: U.S., Swiss Authorities Collaborate on FIFA Investigations  
On Sept. 14 in Zurich, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch will join her counterpart from Switzerland, Michael Lauber, for a ...
Looking to Spain makes sense 
If I had a dollar for every time a foreign club offered to teach us how to coach, I'd be ...
Soccer America Women's Top 25 
Virginia is the new No. 1 in the weekly Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings. Preseason No. 1 Florida State ...
Monday: BYU makes it three in a row, all shutouts 
No. 8 BYU made it three wins in three games, all by shutouts, as it beat Nebraska, 2-0, on the ...
POTW: Diniz, Wyatt takes NSCAA honors 
Stetson senior midfielder Lucas Diniz and DePaul senior forward Elise Wyatt were named the NSCAA College Players of the Week ...
Monday: Morris gets first goal, Cardinal beats Cardinals 
Jordan Morris, who was not called up for the U.S. senior national team or under-23 team because of his college ...
Soccer America Men's Top 25 
UCLA and Virginia, last year's Men's College Cup finalists, remained 1-2 in the weekly Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings. ...
Reports: High-powered lawyer presses NASL demands 
Sports attorney Jeffrey Kessler, who represented MLS players in the 1996 lawsuit against MLS, its owners and U.S. Soccer, is ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

Roster: U.S. U-15 girls convene in Carson
The U.S. U-15 girls national team gathers for its third camp of 2015. A 24-player squad will convene at the ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy

National team 'discussions' lead to this: the Timothy Chandler crisis
The start of the college soccer season each year triggers a flood of emails into my in-box. For a period ...
College Soccer Reporter

Soccer America Women's Top 25
Virginia is the new No. 1 in the weekly Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings. Preseason No. 1 Florida State ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

Looking to Spain makes sense
If I had a dollar for every time a foreign club offered to teach us how to coach, I'd be ...
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Trickery, incompetence and ignorance -- the tale of a Red Bulls corner kick
So the Red Bulls got away with one against Chicago last week -- their use of a ploy to catch the Chicago defenders off guard, led directly to Ronald Zubar's goal that tied the game at 2-2.

"You'd think if corruption at all touched the RailHawks, that they'd be really good and buying their way to success. It's mind-blowing."

-- Carolina RailHawks fan Howie Perl on the NASL club's ties to Traffic Sports USA. "Traffic Out" and for-sale signs appear at RailHawks games protesting the club's connection to the FIFA scandals. Traffic's involvement is central to the Federal indictments against 14 FIFA officials and sports executive. Traffic Sports USA and its Brazilian parent company pleaded guilty and are attempting to sell their holdings, including the RailHawks.  (New York Times)

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