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Univision Deportes to air weekly Bayern highlight show  
Univision Deportes (UDN) will air FC Bayern Munich Magazine, the club's weekly highlight show, beginning in the 2015-16 season. The ...
What They're Saying: Tyler Deric 
"He would always tell me, 'You're going to play for the national team one day, you're going to be a ...
The College Process: Be Prepared, Proactive and Persistent 
No two children are alike and their dreams are as unique as their goals. As high school students across the ...
Defending MLS champs seldom look the part in post-Donovan days 
Drab draw with the Rapids extended unbeaten run to four games, yet the Galaxy is still seeking momentum.
What They're Saying: Sigi Schmid 
"Nothing surprises me with those two guys. They're just like that. I see it at practice all the time. They're ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Twenty for Canada 2015: Spain's Veronica Boquete
by Paul Kennedy on Monday, May 4, 2015 9:45 PM EDT
Veronica Boquete may be the best player at the Women's World Cup you've never heard of. She doesn't play for one of the title contenders. Spain lags behind other major European nations in terms of its acceptance of  futbol femenino. But she has been a star in three U.S. women's league and will return to next week's UEFA Women's Champions league final with FFC Frankfurt.

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U.S. U-23s to play in prestigious Toulon Tournament 
The USA will send its U-23 national team to the May 27-June 7 Tournoi Espoirs de Toulon -- the French ...
Soccer on TV 
The Champions League semifinals are the big draw this week yet there are MLS games Tuesday and Wednesday as well.
Europe in a Nutshell: The curious curse of Jupp Heynckes 
Chelsea wins the EPL title while underperforming; Juventus rules Italy; handicapping title races in France and Spain. Plus, how will ...
Coppertone becomes U.S. Soccer and NWSL sponsor 
U.S. Soccer and NWSL confirmed Coppertone as their official suncare product. Through a multi-year, multi-property partnership, U.S. Soccer and NWSL ...
Montreal cuts fill-in Nicht after one game 
German Kristian Nicht, acquired from the NASL's Indy Eleven a week earlier, was waived by the Montreal Impact on Monday ...
Twenty for Canada 2015: Spain's Veronica Boquete 
Veronica Boquete may be the best player at the Women's World Cup you've never heard of. She doesn't play for ...
Video Pick: Charlie Davies' tremendous diving header 
Fabian Castillo (FC Dallas), Charlie Davies (New England), Mauro Diaz (FC Dallas), Sebastian Giovinco (Toronto FC) and Obafemi Martins (Seattle) ...
U.S. Abroad: Guzan benched after 108 straight starts 
Brad Guzan rode the bench for most of four seasons at Aston Villa before winning the starting job in 2012. ...
Real Squeaks Past Sevilla to Maintain Title Challenge 
Real Madrid endured a late barrage but had the heroics of goalkeeper Iker Casillas to thank after winning a nail-biter ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Roster: U.S. U-17s convene in New Jersey
Coach Richie Williams has called in a 20-player squad for a May 2-11 camp at the New York Red Bulls' ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Defending MLS champs seldom look the part in post-Donovan days
Drab draw with the Rapids extended unbeaten run to four games, yet the Galaxy is still seeking momentum.
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:
Lisa Lavelle


The College Process: Be Prepared, Proactive and Persistent
No two children are alike and their dreams are as unique as their goals. As high school students across the ...
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Concussion dangers still not fully accepted
If ever proof were needed that the English style of refereeing is a bad model for American referees, it was provided in abundance this past weekend. Of course, I am of the opinion that no such added proof was needed anyway, so skewed is the English view of officiating.

"He would always tell me, 'You're going to play for the national team one day, you're going to be a starting goalkeeper. I would be like, 'You tell me all these things, but sometimes I want to knock your head in because you're not even playing me for your own team -- but you say all these things about me.'"

-- Tyler Deric, who faces his former coach, Dominic Kinnear, for the first time since taking over as the Houston No. 1 keeper. Deric says Kinnear, who returns to Houston with the San Jose Earthquakes Tuesday night was "brutally honest" with his players, telling him he wasn't playing out of loyalty to since-departed Tally Hall. (MLSSoccer.com)