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Three takeaways from USA-Norway 
Carli Lloyd once again flashed her goalscoring prowess to rally the USA from a 1-0 deficit as it beat Norway, ...
Soccer on TV 
Longtime rivals Norway and the USA square off in the Algarve Cup Wednesday,
Road to Vancouver: Sweden stuns Germany at Algarve Cup 
The USA survived a scare from Norway, but Germany and Japan weren't so lucky, falling on the opening day of ...
MLS: 2015 Eastern Conference Preview 
The departures of Houston and Sporting Kansas City to the Western Conference gives MLS two expansion teams, in this case ...
MLS Trade Central: Philly adds pair of youngsters 
The Philadelphia Union agreed to terms with Saint Louis University defender Raymond Lee and 18-year-old midfielder Eric Ayuk Mbu from ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Frank Klopas on Montreal miracle: 'God never sleeps'
by Paul Kennedy on Wednesday, Mar 4, 2015 2:11 AM EST
Photo The Montreal Impact made history when it became the first Canadian team (and just third MLS club) to beat a non-MLS opponent and advance to the semifinals of the Concacaf Champions League. The improbable outcome came thanks to a miracle goal by the most unlikeliest of players, Cameron Porter, a third-round draft pick out of Princeton.  
MLS and union headed deep into overtime 
Talks between representatives of MLS and the MLS Players Union continued Wednesday as they attempted to conclude a new collective ...
Frank Klopas on Montreal miracle: 'God never sleeps' 
The Montreal Impact made history when it became the first Canadian team (and just third MLS club) to beat a ...
U.S. U-17s sitting pretty, so far  
The USA opened its qualifying campaign for the 2015 U-17 World Cup with a 5-0 win over Cuba and a ...
Roster: U.S. U-15 boys head to Florida camp 
Coach John Hackworth has named a 36-player roster for a camp March 7-15 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Seventeen of the ...
Roster: U.S. U-15 girls kick off new cycle 
The U.S. U-15 girls national team convenes March 14-21 at U.S. Soccer National Training Center in Carson, Calif. Coach Mark ...
What They're Saying: Zach Scott 
"The only thing we've talked about is if our families are alright. If you've got family out of the country, ...
MLS: Projected opening day lineups 
MLS is slated to start its 20th season on Friday when the defending champion LA Galaxy hosts Chicago. Here are ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
'Clubs are the building blocks' (Kevin Payne Q&A, Part 1) 
Longtime MLS executive Kevin Payne served as D.C. United president during its golden years of the 1990s and has also ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

U.S. U-17s open Nike Friendlies with 3-1 win over England
The U.S. under-17 national team got two goals from Christian Pulisic, his 15th and 16th of the season, and one ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


MLS: 2015 Eastern Conference Preview
The departures of Houston and Sporting Kansas City to the Western Conference gives MLS two expansion teams, in this case ...
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


'Clubs are the building blocks' (Kevin Payne Q&A, Part 1)
Longtime MLS executive Kevin Payne served as D.C. United president during its golden years of the 1990s and has also ...
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IFAB nearly gets one right, UEFA gets it all wrong
Well, well -- how about this? Had to happen some time, I suppose, so here we are: I find myself in agreement with an IFAB decision. At least, partially so.

"Unfortunately Brady has fallen down a hole in the training ground and it looks an awful injury, I have to say. ... I doubt he will be available for weeks. It could be the rest of the season."

-- Hull City coach Steve Bruce on his Irish midfielder Robbie Brady. (Irish Times)