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Milestone victory is well-timed for busy Whitecaps 
Vancouver climbed back on top of the Western Conference by thumping archrival Seattle, 3-0, in its first of eight games ...
Soccer on TV 
Tuesday starts a busy week of play. Real Salt Lake is the first MLS team in action in the Concacaf ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
What They're Saying: Abby Wambach 
"Look, we're not talking about wanting to be paid just like the men. We understand their World Cup brings in ...
Crowd Count: Sounders suffer rare loss before big crowd 
The crowd of 53,125 for the Seattle-Vancouver match was the Sounders' largest home crowd of the season and the second ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Altidore's frustrations get the better of him -- again
by Paul Kennedy on Sunday, Aug 2, 2015 6:10 PM EDT
Not for the first time this year, Jozy Altidore lashed out and paid dearly. Playing with the U.S. national team in March, he dropped an F-bomb  and was sent off for verbally abusing Italian referee Luca Banti. On Saturday, following an aerial challenge with the New England's Jose Goncalves, Altidore kicked the Revs defender while he was on the ground and was immediately sent off by referee Chris Penso late in the first half of a match Toronto FC lost, 3-1.

  
What They're Saying: Cristiano Ronaldo 
"Do you want me to be honest? It doesn't worry me at all. I do my profession, my job, I ...
Video Pick: Five golazos from MLS goal spree  
After the highest-scoring weekend of 2015 MLS soccer -- 41 goals in 10 Week 22 games -- the five finalists ...
What They're Saying: Pep Guardiola 
"When he does not have injury problems, I am completely convinced he will do very well at Manchester United. He ...
Arsene Wenger's New Clothes 
Off The Post gets very up for an Arsenal vs. Chelsea clash, especially one at Wembley, even if it is ...
Video Pick: A double nutmeg by Kaka 
Orlando City's Brazilian superstar Kaka nutmegged two Columbus Crew foes in a row during his team's 5-2 win last weekend.
Brazilian Rafael Joins Lyon 
Brazilian right-back Rafael has joined Lyon from Manchester United. The Ligue 1 giant on Monday announced the 25-year-old signing, keeping ...
Ibra's Last Game for PSG? 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic told reporters that he may have played his last game for Paris Saint-Germain after the Ligue 1 champion's ...
Bendnter: Wolfsburg Can Win Bundesliga  
Nicklas Bendtner believes Wolfsburg can compete with Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga title this season after surprising the German champ ...
Report: Di Maria Undergoing PSG Medical 
Argentine winger Angel Di Maria arrived in Doha on Monday to undergo his medical ahead of a reported move from ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


D.C. United to play in U-13 Concacaf Champions League Tournament
D.C. United will represent the USA at the U-13 Concacaf Champions League Tournament in Mexico City Aug. 4-8.
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


MLS All-Star Game is good, could be better
Pitting an MLS All-Star team against foreign club has worked well, but can the format be improved?
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


U.S. U-18 boys kick off new cycle with Sweden trip
U.S. U-18 boys national team coach Javier Perez has named a 20-player roster for the 2015 Open Nordic Cup Tournament ...
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Impeding the goalkeeper, tackling from behind -- difficulties of definition
The new FIFA Rule book for 2015-2016 presents the usual problem. What has been changed? The book is helpful in identifying what has been added -- any new wording is clearly indicated as such by a prominent vertical line in the margin.

"Look, we're not talking about wanting to be paid just like the men. We understand their World Cup brings in billions and billions of dollars. But we also understand that our World Cup has found success, not just this year but the previous World Cup in Germany. It is my expectation that [FIFA will] start stepping up to the plate and start paying these women a little bit more so they don't have to have a second job. So their World Cup championships will be closer to what the men are getting paid."

-- Abby Wambach on closing the disparity between what FIFA pays national federations that are represented in the men's and women's World Cups and consequently what these federations pay men and women in terms of appearance and bonus fees. (Sporting News)