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NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Scoreboard 
[ROUNDUP: Sunday] Xavier upset No. 5 Indiana, 2-1, on goals by Matt Vasquenza and Will Walker from the penalty spot ...
U.S. Abroad: Weekend Hot (and Cold) List 
Aron Johannsson scored his first goal in more than seven months for AZ in its 1-0 win over Vitesse that ...
Youth Boys Report: Brazil edges U.S. U-17s in thriller 
The U.S. under-17 national team fell to Brazil, 4-3, in its second game at the Copa O'Higgins in Chile. The ...
WFC2 to set up shop on UBC campus 
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] The Vancouver Whitecaps became the seventh MLS club to launch a second team in USL PRO. WFC2 will ...
High school vs. club debate rages in New Jersey 
High school vs. club has long been an issue on the boys side, culminating with the decision of the Development ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
A glimpse into the thinking of Sounders' brain trust
by Paul Kennedy on Thursday, Nov 20, 2014 11:02 PM EST
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] The closest thing any MLS club is to a European-style members club, like Barcelona or Real Madrid and their socios, is Seattle. But at the end of the day, management -- majority owner Joe Roth, minority owner Drew Carey and minority owner and general manager Adrian Hanauer -- not the Alliance runs the Sounders. But the Alliance Annual Business Meeting gives a unique glimpse into the thinking of the Sounders' brain trust.

  
Youth Boys Report: U.S. U-17s take third in Chile 
The U.S. under-17 national team fell to Brazil, 4-3, in its second game at the Copa O'Higgins in Chile. A ...
id2 all-stars headed to Argentina in 2015 
[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] The annual National Selection International Tour is heading to South America for the first time in program ...
2014 NSCAA Youth Girls All-America Team 
[AWARDS] Real Colorado's Mallory Pugh, who started for the USA at the Under-20 Women's World Cup as a 16-year-old player, ...
2014 NSCAA Youth Boys All-America Team 
[AWARDS] Amirgy Pineda from the Fullerton (Calif.) Rangers was named the 2014 Youth Boys Player of the Year and heads ...
My advice to Jurgen Klinsmann 
I'll begin by saying Project Klinsmann is too big to fail, so Jurgen Klinsmann is going nowhere.
Soccer on TV 
First-leg MLS semifinal games are on Sunday. ... European action includes the Milan derby.
Hokies prevail in 4-3 overtime thriller over Hoyas 
[VIRGINIA TECH-GEORGETOWN: Women] In 2013, Virginia Tech was a No. 1 regional seed and reached the Women's College Cup for ...
Red Raiders rally to move into final 16 for first time 
[TEXAS TECH-AUBURN: Women] Texas Tech moved into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Women's Tournament for the first time ever ...
Dorrance's overtime moves prove Worth-while 
[NORTH CAROLINA-COLORADO: Women] Despite a huge edge in shots -- 22-2 on the night -- No. 2 regional seed North ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

id2 all-stars headed to Argentina in 2015
[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] The annual National Selection International Tour is heading to South America for the first time in program ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy


My advice to Jurgen Klinsmann
I'll begin by saying Project Klinsmann is too big to fail, so Jurgen Klinsmann is going nowhere.
College Soccer Reporter

NCAA Division I Women's Tournament Scoreboard
[ROUNDUP: Friday] Form held on Friday as all 15 seeds still alive won their second-round games. Sarah Killion scored two ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Bayern Makes its Move
One thing we hear a lot from the foreign clubs coming to the USA is how they're aiming to help ...
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Why is it OK for coaches to advocate cheating?
When this sort of thing happens -- and it keeps happening in soccer -- you're left to ponder whether there is ever anything really new for the sport to explore.

"This is just a starting point for me. Back home I did my mates' hair and built up a client base. Now I want to do the same thing here so I'm inviting fans. Football always comes first but this is something I can fall back on as I get older and it's something I really enjoy doing. I'm very flexible when it comes to making appointments."

-- Grimsby Town winger Nathan Arnold moonlights as a hair stylist. (Grimsby Telegraph)