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Three keys that could decide Seattle-LA Galaxy series 
The top two teams clash as Seattle and Los Angeles vie for a place -- and hosting rights -- in ...
Ferguson named Honorary All-American 
[NSCAA] The NSCAA will honor Sir Alex Ferguson as the 2014 Honorary All-American at the organization's All-America Luncheon at the ...
Keane, Martins and Nguyen are MLS MVP finalists 
[AWARDS] Robbie Keane, Obafemi Martins and Lee Nguyen, who will all take part in the conference championships this weekend, are ...
Well, that's rather embarrassing  
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] During a scoreless tie with Lithuania earlier this week, Ukraine midfielder Oleh Gusev hits himself ...
Howard wins second Athlete of the Year honor 
[AWARDS] Tim Howard was voted the U.S. Soccer Male Athlete of the Year for the second time, winning the 2014 ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Three cities will make pitch to league officials
by Paul Kennedy on Wednesday, Nov 19, 2014 8:57 PM EST
[MLS EXPANSION] The process for the next phase of Major League Soccer expansion is winding to a conclusion as representatives from Las Vegas, Minneapolis (two groups) and Sacramento will make presentations at MLS headquarters in New York on Thursday. One expansion slot remains available -- two if Miami falls through -- before MLS reaches its stated limit to 24 teams by 2020.  
Toure, Ivory Coast Confirm AFCON Participation  
Manchester City will increase its efforts to extend Frank Lampard's loan from New York City FC after center midfielder Yaya ...
Report: FIFA's Anti-Corruption Case in 'Disarray' 
FIFA ethics judge Joachim Eckert and investigator Michael Garcia are meeting on Thursday to discuss the findings of Garcia's investigation ...
Marseille Officials Implicated in Raids  
Ligue 1 leader Marseille is still in shock after fifteen current and past officials at the club, including president Vincent ...
Report: Blind Injury Not as Bad as Feared  
Manchester United on Thursday was boosted by the news that defender Daley Blind will be out of action for less ...
MLS MVP Finalists Still Alive  
For the first time since 2010, all three MLS MVP finalists still have a chance of winning MLC Cup, as ...
Report: Qatari Whistleblower Fears for Safety  
Former Qatar 2022 bid worker Phaedra Almajid fears for her safety after FIFA ethics judge Joachim Eckert breached her right ...
What They're Saying: Nathan Arnold  
"This is just a starting point for me. Back home I did my mates' hair and built up a client ...
Give parents their money's worth 
What are the keys to a club providing an optimal experience for the different levels of teams under its umbrella: ...
What They're Saying: Sigi Schmid 
"First off, I think it was an excellent decision that they decided to retain me. I was very much in ...
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


Three keys that could decide Seattle-LA Galaxy series
The top two teams clash as Seattle and Los Angeles vie for a place -- and hosting rights -- in ...
College Soccer Reporter

Clemson comes through with stunning comeback
[ACC: Men] Clemson didn't hold a lead in almost 325 minutes of play in the ACC Tournament -- until it ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Charlie Slagle


Give parents their money's worth
What are the keys to a club providing an optimal experience for the different levels of teams under its umbrella: ...
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Why is it OK for coaches to advocate cheating?
When this sort of thing happens -- and it keeps happening in soccer -- you're left to ponder whether there is ever anything really new for the sport to explore.

"This is just a starting point for me. Back home I did my mates' hair and built up a client base. Now I want to do the same thing here so I'm inviting fans. Football always comes first but this is something I can fall back on as I get older and it's something I really enjoy doing. I'm very flexible when it comes to making appointments."

-- Grimsby Town winger Nathan Arnold moonlights as a hair stylist. (Grimsby Telegraph)