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Video Pick: Carli Lloyd recalls Jersey roots  
If you want to know more about U.S. Women's World Cup captain Carli Lloyd, scorer of three goals so far ...
Three takeaways from Japan-England  
Defending champion Japan returned to the Women's World Cup final thanks to a 2-1 win over England. After exchanging penalty-kick ...
ICYMI | MLS: 'Sky is the limit' for Fire's Magee 
The return of 2013 MLS MVP Mike Magee comes at a good time for the Chicago Fire, which also welcomed ...
Open Cup: Red Bulls pound Cosmos, SKC's Dywer hits four 
A year ago, the New York Red Bulls were crushed by the New York Cosmos, 3-0, in their first meeting ...
Gold Cup: Chicharito out with broken collarbone 
Mexican star Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, who has been linked to a move to MLS's Orlando City, will miss the Gold ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Three takeaways from Japan-England
by Mike Woitalla on Thursday, Jul 2, 2015 2:09 AM EDT
Photo Defending champion Japan returned to the Women's World Cup final thanks to a 2-1 win over England. After exchanging penalty-kick goals in a first half dominated by the Nadeshiko, the English had the better of the second half but fell in stoppage time on an own goal by Laura Bassett. Sunday's game will mark the first final rematch in Women's World Cup history: Japan beat the USA in a shootout tiebreaker after a 2-2 tie in the 2011 final in Germany.  
What They're Saying: Jill Ellis 
"I have absolute faith and trust in our medical team to do the right thing. I would never question our ...
What They're Saying: Silvia Neid  
"I think it will have a positive effect, you can't walk through life winning every match. It's always good if ...
Jordan Morris will miss at least month with stress fracture 
Rampant speculation over the short-term and long-term futures of Stanford University and U.S. forward Jordan Morris will go on hold ...
TV Report: USA-Germany smashes Fox viewing record 
Tuesday's semifinal between the USA and Germany at the Women's World Cup drew 8.4 million viewers on Fox, a new ...
USL Roundup: Schuler on the way back 
Defender Chris Schuler, an important player for Real Salt Lake, marked his comeback by playing for Real Monarchs. Orlando City ...
Soccer on TV 
The USA men play their final Gold Cup tune-up match against Guatemala on Friday ... Saturday is the Copa America ...
U.S. Abroad: Cody Cropper joins MK Dons 
American goalkeeper Cody Cropper has signed with MK Dons, which last season won promotion from the third tier to the ...
What They're Saying: FIFA statement 
"Due to their current commitments in Zurich, the FIFA President and the FIFA Secretary General will remain at the FIFA ...
Development Academy U-17/18 All-Conference Teams  
The U.S. Soccer Development Academy has announced its Best XI selections for the three conferences that comprise a total of ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Development Academy U-17/18 All-Conference Teams
The U.S. Soccer Development Academy has announced its Best XI selections for the three conferences that comprise a total of ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy


USA rides talent -- more than luck -- into final
You need luck to win a major tournament like the Women's World Cup -- and the USA certainly got it ...
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:
Lisa Lavelle


Should my daughter play ECNL?
Aspirations to play college soccer and hopes of a scholarship are apt to influence many decisions young players and their ...
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Seattle's love affair with the Open Cup turns sour
The controversy surrounding Clint Dempsey and his trashing of referee Daniel Radford's notebook is quite ridiculous. Ridiculous because there should be no controversy. We know, we saw (and now we've seen it repeatedly) what Dempsey did. We know what U.S. Federation regulations say about that sort of thing -- it is clearly considered, as it should be, an assault on the referee, and the mandated punishment is a six-game suspension.

"I have absolute faith and trust in our medical team to do the right thing. I would never question our doctors."

-- U.S. coach Jill Ellis on the return-to-play decision after Morgan Brian needed treatment after Germany's Alexandra Popp head-butted her during an aerial duel at the Women's World Cup. The team medical staff's series of tests included asking Brian to quickly touch her finger to her nose, to follow a moving finger with her eyes, and to repeat the words "car," "apple," "house," "elbow" and "ball" three times. (New York Times)

FIFA Film Director Full of Regrets