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Brazil Diary: National Tragedy? No. Massive Shame? Yes 
Sao Paulo's Mercado Municipal da Cantareira -- the biggest market in the world's third largest metropolis - opened at 6 ...
A suspiciously dreadful keeper fail 
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Not all other soccer came to a standstill during the World Cup. The Europa League ...
Yedlin heads squad for first Homegrown Game 
[MLS ALL-STAR GAME] U.S. World Cup defender DeAndre Yedlin is among 20 Homegrown players named to the inaugural Chipotle MLS ...
Soccer America Power Rankings 
[MLS: Week 17] Seattle kept its USA stars on the bench yet retained the top spot despite losing, and the ...
Concacaf Champions League kicks off Aug. 5 
[DATEBOOK] Play begins in the group stage of the Concacaf Champions League Aug. 5. Five MLS clubs will take part ...
A match like we've never seen before
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, Jul 8, 2014 10:23 PM EDT
Photo [BRAZIL 2014] Germany coach Joachim Loew said he felt sorry for Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. After all, Germany had lost at home in the semifinals of the World Cup eight years earlier when Loew was Jurgen Klinsmann's assistant. "It's a bit like in 2006, when Italy beat us in the semifinal," he said of the 2-0 overtime loss. But any words of sympathy could not help. Brazil's 7-1 loss to Germany was like nothing we've ever seen before.

World Reaction to Brazil's Semifinal Loss 
BBC Sport looked at how the world reacted to the biggest World Cup semifinal defeat in history, which some newspapers ...
Sammer: Mandzukic to Join Atletico Madrid  
Bayern Munich sporting director Matthias Sammer on Wednesday said that striker Mario Mandzukic has agreed to join Spanish champ Atletico ...
Chelsea Signs Croatian Youngster Pasalic  
Chelsea on Wednesday completed the signing of Croatian midfielder Mario Pasalic from Hadjuk Split. The 19-year-old who has represented his ...
Neymar's Agent Blasts Scolari on Twitter 
Following Brazil's 7-1 mauling by Germany in the World Cup semifinal on Tuesday, Neymar's agent Wagner Ribeiro ripped into Selecao ...
Report: Barca 'Hours' Away from Suarez Transfer 
Reports in Spain claim that Luis Suarez's transfer from Liverpool to Barcelona is hours away from completion, with Mundo Deportivo ...
Mourinho: Don't Blame David Luiz for German Rout 
Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho came to former player David Luiz's defense following Brazil's 7-1 capitulation against Germany in the World ...
What They're Saying: Hillary Clinton 
"I think he made some very shrewd decisions in his choice of who is on the team. But I think ...
How the mood turned to gloom at Copacabana 
[VIDEO PICK: World Cup] Daniel Nilsson's two-minute production reveals the excitement leading up to Brazil's semifinal game against Germany. It ...
Brazil has a new word for this debacle: Mineirazo! 
Brazil has a new date to challenge July 16, 1950, as the worst in its soccer history.
Youth Soccer Reporter

Garcia named NPL general manager
[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] Leo Garcia has been named the National Premier Leagues General Manager, filling a position at U.S. Soccer ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Mike Woitalla

Brazil Diary: National Tragedy? No. Massive Shame? Yes
Sao Paulo's Mercado Municipal da Cantareira -- the biggest market in the world's third largest metropolis - opened at 6 ...
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:
Mike Woitalla

Robben and Van Persie: When They Were Children
Here are some glimpses into the childhoods of Arjen Robben and Robin van Persie, who each scored a pair of ...
Summer 2014 Magazine Issue
World Cup 2014: Stars of Soccer

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Dutch and Argentines well-balanced; For Germany, the Brazilian cauldron awaits
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Down to the final four, and things seem to have arranged themselves pretty much as expected. The cream of South America -- Brazil and Argentina -- against the best of Europe, Germany and the Netherlands.

"I think he made some very shrewd decisions in his choice of who is on the team. But I think he proved to be a very effective coach, and his coaching brought out the best in the players that he chose, and it helped to finally, I think, put soccer … on the map in the United States. So I give him a lot of credit for that."

-- Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton upon being asked to comment on the USA's German coach Jurgen Klinsmann in an interview with Germany's Spiegel Magazine.