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Freddie Adu signs with Finnish club KuPS 
Freddy Adu has signed a one-year contract with Finnish club KuPS, the 11th club in 12 years in a pro ...
Study: Messi 2015's Best Forward; Ronaldo 29th  
According to a new study from CIES Football Observatory, Barcelona striker Lionel Messi, with 17 goals so far in 2015, ...
Rooney: 'Excitement' Surrounds England Again 
Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney says there is "excitement" about England again following the 4-0 win against Lithuania ...
Bale Fires Wales to ECQ Group B Summit 
Wales on Saturday took a giant step towards Euro 2016 thanks to a Gareth Bale-inspired 3-0 win in Israel that ...
Brazil Looking Like Copa America Favorite 
Following friendly wins against France (3-1) and Chile (1-0), Brazil has now reeled off eight straight victories since Dunga took ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
MLS Week 4: Results & Standings
by Soccer America on Sunday, Mar 29, 2015 3:30 AM EDT
Real Salt Lake remained one of four unbeaten teams in MLS when it beat Toronto FC, 2-1, on Sunday night. Teenager Jordan Allen scored the winning goal in the 89th minute, a minute after Jackson had equalized for TFC. Two games were decided in stoppage time Saturday evening as D.C. United and Vancouver pulled out wins over the LA Galaxy and Portland, respectively.   
What They're Saying: Thomas Rongen 
"On the highest level, I'm not so sure that Jurgen Klinsmann is the right person for the job, quite frankly. ...
Road to Russia: Belize survives Caymans' scare 
Belize, Nicaragua, Bermuda and Dominica wrapped up series victories in the first round of World Cup 2018 qualifying in the ...
Guus Hiddink, For Whom the Bell Tolls 
Even if Euro 2016 qualifying hasn't been as straightforward as anyone imagined, most of the traditional powers will still qualify ...
MLS Week 4: Results & Standings 
Real Salt Lake remained one of four unbeaten teams in MLS when it beat Toronto FC, 2-1, on Sunday night. ...
Screaming at Children -- A Ref's Eye View  
It's amazing that no matter how many games you ref, not matter how much you prepare for the all possible ...
USL Week 2: Results & Standings 
The new Roughnecks celebrated the return of pro soccer to Tulsa a sellout crowd of 8,335 at ONEOK Field for ...
MLS exercises in futility 
What kind of impact did MLS's decision to play through the March international calendar have this weekend?
MLS Power Rankings: Gritty FC Dallas tie keeps it on top 
Down to 10 men early in the game, FC Dallas held out for a 0-0 tie with Seattle to retain ...
U.S. U-20s fall to England, 2-1, before more than 11,000 fans 
The U.S. under-20 national team fell to England's U-20s, 2-1, before a crowd of more than 11,000 at Plymouth's Home ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Paul Kennedy


U.S. U-20s fall to England, 2-1, before more than 11,000 fans
The U.S. under-20 national team fell to England's U-20s, 2-1, before a crowd of more than 11,000 at Plymouth's Home ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy


MLS exercises in futility
What kind of impact did MLS's decision to play through the March international calendar have this weekend?
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:
Mike Woitalla


Screaming at Children -- A Ref's Eye View
It's amazing that no matter how many games you ref, not matter how much you prepare for the all possible ...
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Brazil 1 Chile 0 -- a game shaped by refereeing
So who needs travel? My 9:30 am Sunday breakfast in New York was spent mostly watching a telecast from London ... featuring two of South America's top teams, Brazil and Chile.

"On the highest level, I'm not so sure that Jurgen Klinsmann is the right person for the job, quite frankly. Yes, he was a great player. Yes, he was a sexy choice. If I take a look at the 2002 [World Cup] team that almost went to the  final four under Bruce Arena and if I look at the team now, I don't see huge progression. I see a team that lacks identity. That plays different systems. I see a lot of dual-citizen players. There's a lot of things that remain somewhat questionable."

-- Thomas Rongen, the Tampa Bay Rowdies head coach who took the USA to two quarterfinal finishes at the Under-20 World Cup. (Soccer Morning @ 36:52)