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U.S. U-17s open Nike Friendlies with 3-1 win over England 
The U.S. under-17 national team for two goals from Christian Pulisic, his 15th and 16th of the season, and one ...
Keeper Campbell wins shootout for Stanford 
Stanford goalkeeper Jane Campbell scored in the fifth round of the shootout to give Stanford a 4-3 victory on penalty ...
The German connection, college edition 
Just as the U.S. national team has taken on a German influence with a German, Jurgen Klinsmann, as head coach ...
NCAA Division I Men's Tournament schedule 
Play resumes in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Sunday with the round of 16. Four of the eight matches ...
Seminoles return to College Cup for fourth year in a row 
Second-ranked Florida State is headed back to the Women's College Cup for the fourth year in a row after defeating ...
Lee Nguyen: Sitting back is not in Revs' DNA
by Paul Kennedy on Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014 10:33 PM EST
The New England Revolution tied an MLS record when it scored nine goals in its first three playoff games, but despite a 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls that puts it in good shape heading in Saturday's second leg of the Eastern Conference final, Revs coach Jay Heaps says his team can play better.  
Soccer on TV 
The second legs of the MLS conference finals are on Saturday and Sunday. ... Saturday EPL action includes first-place Chelsea ...
What They're Saying: Bruce Arena 
"For years, MLS had a weekly injury report that was largely inaccurate. Until somebody comes up with a rule that ...
U.S. under-17 men's national team roster 
U.S. head coach under-17 men's national team Richie Williams has named a 20-player roster for the 2014 Nike International Friendlies.
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
Business Reporter: Union teams up with Dogfish Head 
The Philadelphia Union will open a new destination beer garden with Dogfish Head Brewery at PPL Park in 2015. It ...
Video Pick: Bend it like Uesato 
Our favorite free kick goal of the week comes from J-League 2, where Consadole Sapporo's Kazumasa Uesato fools Jubilo Iwata's ...
Champions League scenarios: 11 teams for five spots 
Eleven teams have qualified for the knockout stage of the Champions League, and 11 more teams, including Italian champion Juventus ...
Breaking down the NCAA Division I women's quarterfinals 
The NCAA Division I Women's Tournament moves into the quarterfinals with three games on Friday and one on Saturday. Form ...
Cahill in the crosshairs for crucial second leg 
Bradley Wright-Phillips out, Tim Cahill in starts just about every discussion of the Revs-Red Bulls showdown Saturday (live at 3:00 ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

id2 all-stars headed to Argentina in 2015
[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] The annual National Selection International Tour is heading to South America for the first time in program ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy

The German connection, college edition
Just as the U.S. national team has taken on a German influence with a German, Jurgen Klinsmann, as head coach ...
College Soccer Reporter

Virginia stuns top seed UCLA in quarterfinals
Virginia gained revenge for its defeat to UCLA in last year's Women's College Cup semifinals with a 2-1 win over ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

Robbie Rogers' Story of Soccer, Pain and Love
Robbie Rogers, like all players who make it to the higher levels of the game, spent a lot of time ...
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TV ignores vital referee influence in playoff soccer
There ought to be an acceptable explanation of this ... though I cannot, at the moment, think of one. Why on earth should there be a failure to see that, when soccer comes down to the really big games -- I mean the knockout games, the stage which MLS has reached -- the referee takes on a new and considerably magnified importance?

"For years, MLS had a weekly injury report that was largely inaccurate. Until somebody comes up with a rule that says you're required to do it and it has to be accurate, I think it's pointless in giving injury reports or lineups during the week. That's just been our philosophy, so we're consistent with it. It may be a big deal among our media, I don't know. I don't ask, I don't tell them, and that's the way we go on. We'll have 11 players on the field at kickoff on Sunday."

-- LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena, responding to question about Sigi Schmid and the Seattle Sounders no longer providing injury information.