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MLS Rosters: Who's in and who's out for 2017 
With eight days to go before the start of the 2017 MLS season, here is a look at each club's ...
UCL: Juventus takes command at Porto 
Marko Pjaca and Daniel Alves came off the bench to score two minutes apart and give Italian champion Juventus a ...
UCL: Vardy and Schmeichel keep Leicester City alive 
Jamie Vardy ended a nine-game scoreless streak when he scored in the second half to keep struggling Leicester City alive ...
La Liga: Real Madrid stunned at struggling Valencia 
Real Madrid suffered just its second loss of La Liga season when it fell, 2-1, at Valencia. Simone Zaza and ...
Rooney move to China by next week is unlikely 
Wayne Rooney's agent, Paul Stretford, has been in China seeking a deal for the Manchester United forward, but an immediate ...
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Sneak Peek: Controversial moves hang over Red Bulls
by Paul Kennedy on Monday, Feb 20, 2017 9:52 PM EST
Photo The New York Red Bulls, first in the Eastern Conference during the regular season for the last two seasons, have made only two changes of note but they were big ones, trading captain Dax McCarty to Chicago and parting ways with technical director Ali Curtis. Those moves hang over the Red Bulls as they open play Wednesday in the Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals.  
Video Pick: Pouting keeper protests by giving up 
So upset was the goalkeeper of Vietnamese team Long An at a penalty kick call he turned his back to ...
Tab Ramos: 'The boys are starting to figure it out' 
"We know the important part of the tournament is how you end and not how you start," Coach Tab Ramos ...
Manchester United's Mkhitaryan and Carrick doubtful for EFL Cup final 
Midfielders Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Michael Carrick were injured in Manchester United's 1-0 win at St. Etienne in the second leg ...
MLS Injury Report: Surgery sidelines Whitecaps' Reyna 
Vancouver will need a backup plan to replace departed playmaker Pedro Morales. The team has announced surgery has been performed ...
CCL: Gonzalez's Pachuca finally shut out 
Pachuca was held without a goal for the first time in 25 games in the Concacaf Champions League but will ...
MLS Moves: Loons line up Swiss defender 
Another area of need -- outside back -- has been addressed by Minnesota United FC as it prepares for its ...
Soccer on TV 
On Wednesday Sevilla hosts Leicester City, Porto battles Juventus, Valencia plays Real Madrid in La Liga, and the Red Bulls ...
Sneak Peek: FC Dallas preps for tough, early start 
Back-to-back 60-point seasons for FC Dallas, the first MLS team to achieve this feat, didn't return it to the MLS ...
NASL Moves: Cosmos acquire Italian striker Amauri 
The NASL New York Cosmos have landed 36-year-old Brazilian-born Italian striker Amauri, who scored five goals in 13 appearances last ...
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Roster: U.S. U-14 boys train in California
A squad of 36 players, all born in 2003, is taking part in a U.S. boys U-14 national team training ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Walker Zimmerman joins the U.S. centerback pool with solid performance
Two FC Dallas centerbacks were summoned to the first U.S, camp of 2017 and after Matt Hedges departed with an ...
College Soccer Reporter

NSCAA All-Americans: Junior College Division III
Richland sophomore Mikkel Rohde and Diablo Valley sophomore Katie McLaughlin were named the 2016 NSCAA Junior College Division III Men's ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Tab Ramos: 'The boys are starting to figure it out'
"We know the important part of the tournament is how you end and not how you start," Coach Tab Ramos ...
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Pep snubs Kun -- modern soccer at its worst
Back in 2005 the word from Argentina was that maybe -- of course maybe -- a new Maradona was appearing. Independiente had a precocious 16-year-old already playing for their first team, already scoring goals.

"I think two more than the four you have there."

-- Wayne Shaw, pointing to a tray of four Cornish pasties and telling Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain what it would take to transfer to Arsenal, Morgan's favorite team. Shaw, the 280-pound backup keeper, was forced to quit non-league Sutton United after he ate a pie while on the bench during Monday's FA Cup match against Arsenal. (Daily Mirror)