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Soccer on TV 
The U.S. plays its first game in the FIFA U-20 World Cup against Myanmar.
NASL Roundup: Board chairman Aaron Davidson suspended 
Aaron Davidson, one of the sports executives charged in the U.S. Department of Justice's probe into FIFA corruption and bribery, ...
ICYMI MLS: Sapong rebounds; Galaxy-Revs, the rematch 
All-Star voting is underway and fans have myriad voting options. Forward C.J. Sapong celebrated his return from substance rehab program ...
Video Pick: Brilliant soccer tennis at French Open 
The French Open crowd erupted in cheers when Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Dudi Sela started using their feet instead of their ...
The dumbest way to insult a referee  
The ref calls a foul. The halfwit coach of the kid who committed it yells, "It's OK, Timmy! You didn't ...
FIFA: Blatter survives, easily winning election to fifth term
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, May 29, 2015 1:17 PM EDT
Embattled Sepp Blatter won election for a fifth four-year term as FIFA president, defeating his sole opponent, Prince Ali of Jordan. Blatter had a 133-73 edge in the first round, which required two-thirds of the 209 votes for a winner to be declared, but following the balloting, Prince Ali conceded.

FIFA: Blatter survives, easily winning election to fifth term 
Embattled Sepp Blatter won election for a fifth four-year term as FIFA president, defeating his sole opponent, Prince Ali of ...
Video Pick: George Evans starts Man City's U.S. tour in style 
Manchester City's 20-year-old academy product George Evans spent all of the past two years on loan at Crewe Alexandra and ...
U.S. U-23s down the Dutch, 3-1  
The USA bounced back from its 3-1 opening loss against France at the Festival International Espoirs de Toulon to beat ...
Concacaf in emergency mode -- again 
With Concacaf president Jeffrey Webb provisionally suspended by FIFA and Concacaf from all soccer activities for 90 days, Concacaf named ...
De Bruyne Rules Out Chelsea Return 
VfL Wolfsburg winger Kevin De Bruyne has revealed he wouldn't consider making a return to Chelsea while Jose Mourinho is ...
Lucky Fan Finds FA Cup Final Tickets Shot into Space 
A lucky soccer fan is heading to Saturday's FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Wembley after picking ...
PSG Eyes History in Coupe de France Final  
Paris Saint-Germain has its sight set on the first domestic treble in French history when it takes on Auxerre in ...
Ancelotti to Decide on Milan Job 
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani confirmed on Thursday that it has approached former coach Carlo Ancelotti, who became a free ...
Messi: Juve Test Won't be Easy  
Catalan paper Mundo Deportivo quotes Barcelona striker Lionel Messi as saying that "anything can happen" in next weekend's UEFA Champions ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

Donovan replaces injured Canouse on U-20 roster
Midfielder Russell Canouse, who captained the USA during qualifying play, suffered an ankle injury in practice and has been replaced ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

Kljestan homecoming is going well
After five seasons in Europe, midfielder Sacha Kljestan is readjusting to life in America and competing in MLS.
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

The dumbest way to insult a referee
The ref calls a foul. The halfwit coach of the kid who committed it yells, "It's OK, Timmy! You didn't ...
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The remarkable Clive Toye -- who brought showmanship, excitement and color to American soccer
The debt owed by American soccer to Clive Toye is a vast one. It is not too much of an exaggeration to say, flatly, that without Toye's blind faith in the sport in the 1970s, pro soccer in the USA would have withered and died.

"While I am very happy to be in Congress, it is not as quiet as we all expected because of the FBI and the procedure. But it raises some questions. People are wondering why this happened here in Zurich, not in the Concacaf assembly six weeks ago."

-- Kuwait's Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, a key backer of Sepp Blatter and new addition to FIFA's executive committee, expressing the sentiments of many in the international soccer community that this week's indictments of 14 FIFA officials and sports executives was a Concacaf problem, not FIFA problem, and another example of U.S. interests stepping over their bounds. (Reuters)