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Klinsmann: Guzan remains No. 1, USA needs Beas 
Of the myriad questions surrounding the U.S. men's national team ahead of the Oct. 10 match against Mexico, Jurgen Klinsmann ...
What They're Saying: Christen Press 
"I want so much more for my teammates. You can be one inch from the national team and the opportunity ...
Soccer on TV 
The USA's U-23s will face England's U-21s in Preston and there's a long list of Euro 2016 qualifiers as well ...
Video Pick: Gareth Bale hits brilliant behind-the-goal goal  
Wales is on the brink of qualifying for its first major tournament in since 1958. Gareth Bale, getting ready for ...
U.S. U-23 hopeful Pelosi's change of scenery works out perfectly 
Once regarded as a top youth prospect, the career of midfielder Marc Pelosi stalled during an injury-plagued stint at Liverpool. ...
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Klinsmann: Guzan remains No. 1, USA needs Beas
by Paul Kennedy on Thursday, Sep 3, 2015 12:23 AM EDT
Photo Of the myriad questions surrounding the U.S. men's national team ahead of the Oct. 10 match against Mexico, Jurgen Klinsmann answered two of them on Wednesday. Brad Guzan will be the No. 1 keeper through the Confederations Cup playoff game, and he expects his starting outside backs to be Fabian Johnson and DaMarcus Beasley -- both of whom are currently sidelined with calf injuries.  
Wenger: Martial Sums Up Transfer Market 
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger used Manchester United's signing of Anthony Martial as an example showing that big clubs have to ...
Witsel's January Transfer Wish  
AC Milan target Axel Witsel expressed his disappointment at failing to secure a move away from Zenit St. Petersburg this ...
West Brom's Berahino Given Time Off 
PA Sport reports that West Brom striker Saido Berahino has been given extra time off following his blocked move to ...
Report: Man United Lost $35 Million on Di Maria 
Manchester United lost up to $34.5 million on the sale of Angel Di Maria to Paris Saint-Germain, according to Foreign ...
Video Pick: Gameock Torda hits a golazo 
South Carolina senior Jeffrey Torda's winning goal in the Gamecocks' 4-2 victory over Georgia Southern made the No. 2 spot ...
Brown's Pincince plans to retire after 39 years 
Phil Pincince, the NCAA's longest-standing women's soccer coach, has announced that he will retire as Brown's head coach at the ...
Men's Week 2: Five games to follow this weekend 
A bicoastal matchup of national powerhouses, Maryland-UCLA, and one of the great in-state rivalry matches, Clemson-South Carolina in the Palmetto ...
Seven NASL players in World Cup qualifying 
Seven NASL players have joined their national teams for World Cup qualifiers and two are off to compete in Africa ...
Report: Ben Lederman leaving Barcelona for U.S. U-17 residency 
Goal.com reports that 15-year-old Californian Ben Lederman, who joined Barcelona's youth program in 2011 but has been banned from competitive ...
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:
Ridge Mahoney


U.S. U-23 hopeful Pelosi's change of scenery works out perfectly
Once regarded as a top youth prospect, the career of midfielder Marc Pelosi stalled during an injury-plagued stint at Liverpool. ...
College Soccer Reporter

Men's Week 2: Five games to follow this weekend
A bicoastal matchup of national powerhouses, Maryland-UCLA, and one of the great in-state rivalry matches, Clemson-South Carolina in the Palmetto ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Randy Vogt


Ref Watch: Time to Follow the Rest of the World
Soccer has never been more popular in the United States. Tens of millions Americans watched the 2014 World Cup and ...
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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.

"I want so much more for my teammates. You can be one inch from the national team and the opportunity to make so much money and a life out of it. That's why people hang on so long. The [NWSL] clubs are doing their best to make a sustainable system. My hope is that the resources start going back to the players. The players deserve more."

-- U.S. women's national team star Christen Press on the difference in income between her and her Chicago Red Star teammates. All 23 players on the U.S. Women's World Cup champion team will earn $300,000 in salary and bonuses for 2015, while other Americans on the Red Stars make between $6,300 and $37,500. (Chicago Tribune)


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