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Manchester City romps before record Pittsburgh crowd 
[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES] English clubs made it three-for-three in the Guinness International Champions Cup as Manchester City beat AC Milan, 5-1, ...
Rochester ends Orlando's unbeaten streak at 18 games 
[USL PRO] Colin Rolfe's goal gave the Rochester Rhinos a 1-0 win over first-place Orlando City, ending its 18-game unbeaten ...
What They're Saying: Sigi Schmid 
"It's been sort of a strange rhythm ... it's going to be a hectic August for us for sure. Guys ...
Kleberson winner gives Indy Eleven second win 
[NASL: Fall Week 3] Brazilian World Cup 2002 champion Kleberson scored deep into stoppage time to give Indy Eleven a ...
Valeri does it against for Portland 
[MLS: Sunday] For the second week in a row, Diego Valeri scored a late winner to give the Portland Timbers ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Red Bulls edge Arsenal; Man United wins Mile High thriller
by Paul Kennedy on Saturday, Jul 26, 2014 7:09 PM EDT
[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES] The New York Red Bulls became the first MLS team to beat an English Premier League this summer when they downed Arsenal, 1-0, on Bradley Wright-Phillips' goal in the first half. Guinness International Champions Cup matches in Berkeley, Calif., and Denver drew crowds of more than 63,000 and 54,000 fans, respectively. Teenagers Gedion Zelalem and Emerson Hyndman, both with U.S. ties, started for Arsenal and Fulham.

  
Diskerud's Rosenborg falls off pace 
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Mix Diskerud's Rosenborg dropped a 3-1 decision at first-place Molde, falling 12 points behind the leader and into ...
Ocala Stampede shocks defending champion Austin 
[PDL] The Ocala Stampede got goals from Karamba Janneh and Ilija Ilic to beat the defending champion Austin Aztex, 2-0, ...
Cal South teams clean up Sunday at National Championships 
[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Cal South teams won five of the 10 titles decided on Sunday as the 2014 U.S. Youth ...
Killian and Stengel lead Blues to fourth championship 
[W-LEAGUE] UCLA star Sarah Killion had a goal and two assists and Bayern Munich-bound Katie Stengel scored twice to lead ...
Chattanooga FC sets record with crowd of 8,878 
[NPSL] Chattanooga FC set an attendance record Saturday when 8,878 fans turned out at Finley Stadium for its 4-1 win ...
At home in America 
The most entertaining part of the summer of soccer, I admit, has been Louis van Gaal's complaining.
Red Bulls edge Arsenal; Man United wins Mile High thriller 
[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES] The New York Red Bulls became the first MLS team to beat an English Premier League this summer ...
Sporting KC forges ahead; Revs fall again 
[MLS: Saturday] Sporting Kansas City extended its lead over D.C. United in the Eastern Conference to four points with a ...
Michigan and Kitsap win conference finals on road 
[PDL] The Michigan Bucks and Kitsap Pumas, both former champions, became the first teams to advance to the PDL semifinals ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Super-20 League All-Tournament Team
[AWARDS] Carmine Colasurdo, who was named the Championship Game MVP in  leading Parsippany SC to the 2014 Super-20 League Championship ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy


At home in America
The most entertaining part of the summer of soccer, I admit, has been Louis van Gaal's complaining.
College Soccer Reporter

Amherst makes statement against top French youth teams
[COLLEGE MEN] For the third time in the last quarter century, Amherst College men's team toured France, managing to tie ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


The most important coaching tool ever...
I've said various things to the opposing coach during the postgame handshake:
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Cheating and violence win top games -- does FIFA even care?
One's patience with FIFA begins to run out. By which I mean, of course, my patience.

"It's been sort of a strange rhythm ... it's going to be a hectic August for us for sure. Guys enjoy games more than they enjoy training with me, so I think they're going to be happier to know that we have more games."

-- Sigi Schmid, coach of the Seattle Sounders, who host the LA Galaxy on Monday, the first of eight games for the Sounders over the next month. (MLSSoccer.com)