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New Klinsmann concerns about European contingent 
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STORY OF THE DAY!
New Klinsmann concerns about European contingent
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, Oct 31, 2014 7:24 PM EDT
[AMERICANS ABROAD] U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann raised new concerns about the state of his national team players, saying that they were unable to deal with the "big moment" of the World Cup spotlight and have regressed since the summer. For the first time, he expressed concerns about the situation of his European-based players who are no longer starting.  
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Youth Soccer Reporter

Orlando City U-16s off to 4-0-0 start
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College Soccer Reporter

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FIFA's Scandalous Snub of Costa Rica
Should there be any lingering doubts about the total domination that Europe now has over the global game they have surely been put to flight by the announcement of the short list of candidates for the most prestigious individual awards in men's soccer in 2014: the Ballon d'Or (best player), and the FIFA World Coach of the Year.

"He scored 31 goals and was voted best player in the hardest league in the world. So you tell me how he's not on the Ballon d'Or list? Incredible. He should be fighting Cristiano Ronaldo for it. That's a fact. I can't believe it but that's politics in football isn't it?"

-- Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard on the omission of former teammate Luis Suarez from the shortlist for this year's Ballon d'Or award. (Reuters)