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What They're Saying: Landon Donovan 
"Jurgen said many times he wants our players to feel pressure. ... Well, the same holds true for the coach, ...
Soccer on TV 
The USA U-23s' semifinal opponent will be determined by the Mexico-Honduras game Wednesday on the final day of Concacaf Olympic ...
Landon Donovan wants Klinsmann to be accountable 
The conventional wisdom is that Jurgen Klinsmann's job is not on the line if the USA loses to Mexico on ...
Offseason: NWSL Thorns send five players on loan overseas 
The Portland Thorns loaned defenders Steph Catley (Melbourne City FC), Kendall Johnson (Western Sydney Wanderers) and Clare Polkinghorne (Brisbane Roar) ...
Klopp and the Kop, a perfect marriage? Yes but ... 
By Wednesday, Fenway Sports Group hopes to have wrapped up negotiations with Jurgen Klopp on a three-year contract making him ...
U.S. national team succession will begin sooner than you might think
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, Oct 6, 2015 12:42 AM EDT
Photo As Jurgen Klinsmann stated in his pre-Concacaf Cup camp interview with U.S. Soccer, Saturday's USA-Mexico game at the Rose Bowl may be the last hurrah for the veteran corps of the U.S. national team.  
Mascherano: Messi's absence 'must not be an excuse' for Argentina 
Argentina is gearing up for its first two games -- against Ecuador and Paraguay -- on the road to the ...
What They're Saying: Michael Bradley 
"Certainly when you talk about the United States in a bigger way, one of the beautiful things about our country ...
Ferguson: Giggs would be managing United now if he retired earlier 
In the documentary "Sir Alex Ferguson: Secrets of Success," to be screened on BBC One on Oct. 31, former Manchester ...
Gerd Mueller treated for Alzheimer's Disease 
German legend Gerd Mueller, one of the greatest strikers of all time, is receiving treatment for Alzheimer's Disease. Nicknamed "Der ...
Year of parity marks 20th MLS season 
There are certainly some poor teams in MLS this season for which parity seems a long way away, but none ...
POTW: Goalkeepers sweep NSCAA Division I awards 
Boston University's Matt Gilbert and Kentucky freshman Katelyn Jensen were named the recipients of the NSCAA Division I Player of ...
Freshman Klinsmann learning ropes at Cal 
Freshman Jonathan Klinsmann, son of U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann, says he wasn't looking to find his own identity ...
Germany routs USA at U-19 tourney 
Germany beat the USA, 8-1, in the U-19 division of the Mercedes-Benz Elite Cup in Stuttgart on Tuesday.
Collegians are in Germany with U.S. U-19s 
Collegians provided half of the 20-player roster for the U.S. U-19 national team that is in Germany for the Mercedes-Benz ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

Thirty-three Alianza finalists land trial invites
Thirty-three of the 48 Powerade Sueno Alianza finalists received a total of 116 trial invitations from Liga MX and Colombian ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

Year of parity marks 20th MLS season
There are certainly some poor teams in MLS this season for which parity seems a long way away, but none ...
College Soccer Reporter

Soccer America Women's Top 25
North Carolina held on to the top spot in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings for the second week ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Doug Lemov

Say it carefully, quickly and clearly: Getting your players' attention
How do you get a rambunctious group of young players to pay attention?
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Joe Morrone: Soccer's Determined Pioneer
Joe Morrone. I have quite a few memories of Joe, all of them pleasant and friendly. Which is quite surprising when you consider that he and I strongly disagreed on almost everything relating to soccer.

"Certainly when you talk about the United States in a bigger way, one of the beautiful things about our country is the ability for people from all over the world to come here and live and work and, in some ways, make new lives for themselves. And that’s something that I’m personally very proud of, so when it means in a footballing sense that every now and then we play with a few less fans, we deal with it.”

-- Midfielder Michael Bradley, talking about the split between Mexican and USA fans expected at the Rose Bowl Saturday for the Concacaf Cup playoff. (MLSSoccer.com)