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Chicago is on Fire, Accam puts MLS on warning 
The hottest team in MLS is the Chicago Fire. It took a gap of almost three weeks, but the Fire ...
Road to Vancouver: Canada takes Matheson 
Host Canada named its 23-player squad for the Women's World Cup. In the big news, head coach John Herdman named ...
Jamieson and Gall: MLS boys key to U-20s' frontline  
Two goals last weekend on different sides of the Atlantic indicate the U.S. frontline is looking sharp one month ahead ...
Europe in a Nutshell: Bayern clinches while world watches EPL 
Andrea Pirlo looks good losing; Watford's reality TV promotion; Champions League tidbits. Plus, why an insignificant London derby trumped Bayern ...
NWSL: Press makes it four goals in two games 
Abby Wambach is sitting out the season. Alex Morgan has yet to play as she rests with a knee injury. ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
U.S. Abroad: Bedoya and Johannsson get goals
by Paul Kennedy on Sunday, Apr 26, 2015 7:15 PM EDT
Alejandro Bedoya scored his third goal of the season in Nantes' 1-1 tie at Toulouse, and Aron Johannsson scored his sixth goal for AZ in its 2-0 at FC Twente, while Fabian Johnson assisted on Max Kruse's last-minute goal that gave a Borussia Moenchengladbach a 1-0 win over second-place Wolfsburg that clinched the Bundesliga  title for Bayern Munich.  
MLS Week 8: Altidore breaks out with two golazos 
Jozy Altidore scored his first two goals since opening with two goals in his debut with Toronto FC seven weeks ...
MLS Power Rankings: Red Bulls still on top, barely 
A high-scoring weekend moved several teams up Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings, but unbeaten New York hung on to the ...
NASL: Sellouts and Tsiskaridze bomb highlight weekend 
There were sellouts at Indy Eleven (10,524), Minnesota United (9,233) and Atlanta (5,511) for a trio of matches that ended ...
Soccer on TV 
There's a very light TV schedule Monday with games from England, Portugal and Spain
U.S. Paralympic team prepping for world championship  
Coach Stuart Sharp has named a 16-player roster for the U.S. Paralympic national team's April 29-May 6 at U.S. Soccer's ...
What They're Saying: Jose Mourinho 
"I think boring is 10 years without a title -- that's boring. If you support a club and you wait, ...
USL: Four unbeaten teams all triumph 
The Rochester Rhinos extended their unbeaten run to six matches with a 2-0 victory against the New York Red Bulls ...
USL: Richmond and Louisville remain unbeaten 
Richmond and Louisville City both remained unbeaten with shutout wins on Saturday. The Kickers defeated FC Montreal, 1-0, on Matthew ...
What They're Saying: Sunil Gulati 
"I don't know what Don was asked specifically, but frankly, I wouldn't have said some of things he did the ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Gall's goal gives U.S. U-20s 1-0 win over Croatia
Romain Gall's second-half goal was the difference as the U.S. under-20 national team wrapped up its camp in Austria with ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy


Chicago is on Fire, Accam puts MLS on warning
The hottest team in MLS is the Chicago Fire. It took a gap of almost three weeks, but the Fire ...
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


Jamieson and Gall: MLS boys key to U-20s' frontline
Two goals last weekend on different sides of the Atlantic indicate the U.S. frontline is looking sharp one month ahead ...
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The Greatest. Remembering Richie Benaud, 1930-2015
I'll need to switch sports for a moment here. But it's important. The greatest of television sports commentators died last week. Richie Benaud, the Australian cricket commentator.

"I think boring is 10 years without a title -- that's boring. If you support a club and you wait, wait, wait for so many years without a Premier League title, then that's boring."

-- Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho responds to Arsenal fans chanting "Boring Boring Chelsea" during Sunday's scoreless draw that keeps Chelsea on track to winning this season's English Premier League title, a crown Arsenal last claimed in 2004. (BBC)