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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 ...
Giovinco out of Italy's Euro 2016 qualifiers 
Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco's return to the Italian national team after an absence of almost a year lasted less ...
MLS's new gold standard 
Heading into the final two months of the MLS regular season, D.C. United leads the Eastern Conference by two points ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
MLS's new gold standard
by Paul Kennedy on Wednesday, Sep 2, 2015 3:12 AM EDT
Heading into the final two months of the MLS regular season, D.C. United leads the Eastern Conference by two points over the New York Red Bulls. But after a 3-0 loss at Red Bull Arena on Sunday, D.C. coach Ben Olsen said the Red Bulls were the Eastern Conference's "gold standard." Indeed, the Red Bulls lead all MLS clubs in points-per-game, making them the favorite for the 2015 Supporters' Shield.

  
New York City FC gets Nemec off its books 
Slovakian Adam Nemec, the symbol of New York City FC's troubled season, is gone. The club and player agreed to ...
Video Pick: Five fabulous misses from the Bundesliga 
Schadenfreude from the folks Bundesliga, who compiled the "best" squandered chances to score easy goals from Week 3 of the ...
What They're Saying: Brad Guzan 
"You always have someone either pushing you, or you're pushing someone else. That's the nature of professional sports. I've been ...
Soccer on TV 
The European Championship qualifiers take center stage on Thursday and there's a long list of internationals and college games on ...
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 ...
Spector recalled for first time in 18 months 
Short on outside backs, U.S. national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has called veteran defender Jonathan Spector from English second ...
Making a List: European Summer Transfers, U.S. Abroad 
The European transfer market closed with little summer activity among Americans. Only a handful of Americans garnered transfers, notably U.S. ...
What They're Saying: Mesut Ozil 
"Basti showed the entire world what kind of a leader he is at the World Cup. The hard interim conclusions ...
Soccer America Men's Top 25 
UCLA and Virginia, last year's Men's College Cup finalists, remained 1-2 in the weekly Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings. ...
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


Rough run in the middle third ousted Klopas
Montreal has changed coaches for the third time in its four MLS seasons, casting off Frank Klopas as it embarks ...
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.

"Basti showed the entire world what kind of a leader he is at the World Cup. The hard interim conclusions of the English press are not fair. He certainly needs some more time to adapt to the Premier League."

-- Arsenal's German midfielder Mesut Ozil comes to the defense of compatriot Bastian Schweinsteiger, who's had a slow start at Manchester United. (FIFA.com)

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