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No beach time for Lampard just yet 
One of the most-capped players in the history of England's national team, midfielder Frank Lampard says he's signed on with ...
Mourinho: Drogba 'Belongs' to Chelsea 
Jose Mourinho on Friday admitted that he is considering re-signing Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, who is available on a free ...
Pinto Quits Costa Rica  
Jorge Luis Pinto, who guided Costa Rica to a surprise quarterfinal finish at the World Cup in Brazil, has decided ...
Ranieri Named Greece Coach  
Claudio Ranieri on Friday signed a two-year deal to manage Greece. The 62-year-old Italian replaces Fernando Santos, who quit after ...
Cech to Fight for Chelsea Place 
Petr Cech has vowed to stay and fight for his place as his decade-long reign as Chelsea's first-choice goalkeeper comes ...
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No beach time for Lampard just yet
by Ridge Mahoney on Friday, Jul 25, 2014 3:13 PM EDT
One of the most-capped players in the history of England's national team, midfielder Frank Lampard says he's signed on with New York City FC to help build a team and a tradition.

  
NBC Brings EPL to Movie Theaters 
NBC Sports and Fathom Events are teaming up to show English Premier League games on Saturday mornings at selected movie ...
Maradona Blasts Argentina's Coaching Decisions 
Former Argentina captain Diego Maradona, who famously inspired the Albiceleste to World Cup glory at the 1986 tournament in Mexico, ...
FIFA Backs 2018 Russia World Cup  
FIFA on Friday said it remains committed to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, despite the Kremlin's conflict with Ukraine, ...
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Falcao is back! Playing baseball 
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Teenager Hyndman in Fulham squad for Jax match 
[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES] Emerson Hyndman, the 18-year-old grandson of former FC Dallas coach Schellas Hyndman, is in the Fulham squad for ...
Freddy Adu's latest stop: Serbia 
[AMERICANS ABROAD] A decade after making his pro debut at the age of 14 with D.C. United, Freddy Adu is ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

New Jersey's PDA wins first national championship
[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] Brian White scored one goal and set up Ryan Peterson for the second goal to lead New Jersey's ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


No beach time for Lampard just yet
One of the most-capped players in the history of England's national team, midfielder Frank Lampard says he's signed on with ...
College Soccer Reporter

Amherst makes statement against top French youth teams
[COLLEGE MEN] For the third time in the last quarter century, Amherst College men's team toured France, managing to tie ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
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I've said various things to the opposing coach during the postgame handshake:
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World Cup final ref gets big call wrong, punishes the victim, neglects concussion dangers
Of course there were concussion-incidents during the World Cup. Given that there are head-clashes in virtually every game of soccer that is ever played, that was to be expected.

"He is a player with a good eye and good technique and is very agile. He has the ambition to find the ball on the field. So he's the kind of player who could be of use to the United States. He's in some ways the type of player the U.S. was missing in the World Cup."

-- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on 17-year-old Gideon Zelalem, who is potentially eligible to play for the USA, Germany and Ethiopia. Wenger said Zelalem, who grew up in Maryland and is with the Gunners for Saturday's game against the New York Red Bulls, has to grow and develop mentally to reach his potential in the next two or three years. (SI.com)