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MLS All-Star Game averages 833,000 viewers 
Wednesday's AT&T MLS All-Star Game drew 548,000 viewers for Fox Sports 1's first broadcast of the mid-season while another 285,000 ...
ICYMI | MLS: Drogba gets a rock-star greeting in Montreal 
Hundreds of fans turned out to welcome Didier Drogba to Montreal. Philly's new signing, Tranquillo Barnetta, may be summoned right ...
What They're Saying: Hugo Perez 
"I hereby thank the Salvadoran people for their support in regards to the position of national-team coach. It is a ...
MLS's Best of July 
So much international soccer -- Gold Cup, Women's World Cup, prestigious club friendlies -- was played during July that some ...
Soccer on TV 
The second week of Liga MX starts Friday, and there's a full weekend of league games and friendlies on tap.
STORY OF THE DAY!
ICYMI | MLS: Drogba gets a rock-star greeting in Montreal
by Ridge Mahoney on Friday, Jul 31, 2015 5:50 AM EDT
Hundreds of fans turned out to welcome Didier Drogba to Montreal. Philly's new signing, Tranquillo Barnetta, may be summoned right away to fill a big void. Donovan Ricketts has rejoined the Galaxy.

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Maradona Wants to Enter FIFA 
Argentine legend Diego Maradona said on Wednesday that he wants to fight the "mafia" responsible for the corruption scandal that ...
LVG: Di Maria is AWOL 
once again claimed it was close to signing the Argentina international. Di Maria, who had been given time off after ...
Chung Mong-Joon enters FIFA race 
Chung Mong-joon, one of the most influential figures in Asian soccer, announced on Thursday that he is entering the race ...
Zlatan: Next Move a 'big surprise' 
Ibrahimovic says he will surprise everyone with his next move when he leaves Paris Saint-Germain. The big Swede has been ...
Who Wants to Coach El Tri?  
Who wants to take over for erstwhile Mexico coach Miguel Herrera? Presumably, lots of high-profile coaches -- after all, the ...
ICYMI MLS: Penedo leaves Galaxy, Barnetta goes to Philly 
It looks like Donovan Ricketts could be on his way back to L.A. in the aftermath of the decision of ...
Video Pick: Lloyd golazo ups goal streak to seven games 
If there is one lesson NWSL opponents should have learned from the Women's World Cup, it's don't give Carli Lloyd ...
U.S. Abroad: Torres absent from Copa Libertadores final 
After starting both legs of the semifinals, Jose Torres did not play for Mexico's Tigres in the first leg of ...
MLS honors Rothenberg with legacy award 
MLS founder Alan Rothenberg was named the first recipient of an award that will bear his name, the Alan I. ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

U.S. Youth Futsal names 10 teams for international play
U.S. Youth Futsal has named rosters for five boys and five girls teams, U-12 through U-18, for a series of ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


MLS's Best of July
So much international soccer -- Gold Cup, Women's World Cup, prestigious club friendlies -- was played during July that some ...
College Soccer Reporter

UMBC, the ACC giant slayer, strikes again
UMBC won its third straight game on the road against current and former ACC giants, following up on wins over ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Randy Vogt


Coaches Need to Control Themselves -- Players Mimic Coaches
I have been a referee with the New York Metro Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association (NYMISOA) for the past three decades ...
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A Soccer Rarity -- A Triumph for Common Sense
There are three heroes in this story -- though heroes is really much too dramatic a word. Three good guys, then, who saw that something was wrong in soccer, did something about it, and got things put right.

"I hereby thank the Salvadoran people for their support in regards to the position of national-team coach. It is a position I want. With the media, the work of the players and the unconditional support of the fans, we can reach Russia 2018! Together with a national coaching staff, but prepared for international level, we will establish a serious and professional project. It's time for FESFUT [the Salvadoran soccer federation] to work for what fans deserve. Let's all go together!"

-- Salvadoran-born former U.S. international Hugo Perez, throwing his name into the hat for the vacant El Salvador national team coaching job. (Twitter)