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Referee suspended after arrest on charges of worker's comp fund 
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Referee Jose Carlos Rivero, who has worked 17 MLS matches in 2014, has been suspended by PRO after ...
Ft. Lauderdale is ready for challenge against red-hot Eddies 
[NASL: Week 16] Minnesota United FC and the 2013 champion New York Cosmos played to a 0-0 tie on Saturday ...
Finlay signs new deal with Columbus 
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] For helping drive Columbus into the playoffs after a two-year absence, midfielder Ethan Finlay has signed a contract ...
Wambach nominated for Women's Player of the Year 
[AWARDS] Abby Wambach, who leads the U.S. women with 10 goals but was limited to just 10 appearances because of ...
Soccer on TV 
On Friday, the USA aims to clinch a spot at the 2015 Women's World Cup when it faces Mexico in ...
Another MLS flop in Central America
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, Oct 24, 2014 1:28 AM EDT
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Two days after the Portland Timbers, needing as little as a one-goal loss to advance, fell at Olimpia of Honduras to exit Concacaf Champions League, Sporting Kansas City exited when it lost to Saprissa of Costa Rica, 2-0. Only two MLS clubs survived the group stage, the fewest since 2011, and only one U.S. entrant, No. 1 seed D.C. United, is still alive, the fewest since 2010.

Rio Ferdinand to Retire This Season 
Former England captain and Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand has said he plans to retire at the end of ...
Reports: Lampard Could Extend City Stay  
According to reports in England, Frank Lampard could be able to stay on loan at Manchester City for longer if ...
Dunga Names Neymar Brazil Captain 
Brazilian national team coach Dunga on Friday revealed that Neymar will retain the captain's armband when former skipper Thiago Silva ...
Report: Clasico to Break Records  
AS reports that Saturday's Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona at the Bernabeu in Madrid will be broadcast live in ...
Pogba Signs Three-Year Extension with Juve 
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba on Friday signed a new deal that will keep him at the Turin club until 2019. ...
Enrique: Suarez to Make Barca Clasico Debut  
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique on Friday confirmed that Luis Suarez will play in Saturday's Clasico vs. Real Madrid, although according ...
Garcia: Roma Must Respond Following Bayern "Accident"  
AS Roma coach Rudi Garcia on Friday admitted that his team has a long way to go to be considered ...
Landon Donovan's Path to Greatness 
The latest edition of our "When They Were Children" series looks at Landon Donovan's childhood soccer experience.
Three players suspended for season finales 
[MLS DISCIPLINE] The MLS Disciplinary Committee announced Thursday three suspensions stemming from incidents occurring in matches last week. Only one ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Orlando City U-16s off to 4-0-0 start
[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] Orlando City's U-15/16s beat the previously unbeaten Capital Area RailHawks Academy-CASL, 2-0, on Saturday to improve to 4-0-0 ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

Yallop encouraged despite frustrating season
The Fire has set a league record for tied games while slipping from its 2013 record, yet its head coach ...
College Soccer Reporter

College soccer on the air
[2014 SCHEDULE] The Patriot League is in the spotlight on Wednesday when Colgate (11-1-2) faces Boston University in a battle ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

Landon Donovan's Path to Greatness
The latest edition of our "When They Were Children" series looks at Landon Donovan's childhood soccer experience.
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How I referee Garber vs. Klinsmann
That MLS Commissioner Don Garber should be upset by Jurgen Klinsmann's thoughtless and really rather peevish comments on Michael Bradley and Clint Dempsey is understandable. By coming back to the USA to play in MLS, Dempsey and Bradley are -- according to Klinsmann -- lowering their standards. Because MLS is an inferior league.

"None of this is personal. Some things could have been phrased differently because the actual opinions of the two guys -- and me and the leadership at MLS and U.S. Soccer -- is actually closely aligned with where we see the game going."

-- U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati saying there was nothing wrong with recent comments by U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann and MLS commissioner Don Garber but adding that "we need to have the tone of all of this brought down a little bit." (Washington Post)