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MLS Rosters: Who's in and who's out for 2017 
With a week to go before the start of the 2017 MLS season, here is a look at each club's ...
CCL: More frustration for New York Red Bulls 
Playing their first game ever in the knockout stage of the Concacaf Champions League against the shorthanded Vancouver Whitecaps, the ...
Tab Ramos: 'The boys are starting to figure it out' 
"We know the important part of the tournament is how you end and not how you start," Coach Tab Ramos ...
U.S. U-20s rebound with win over Haiti 
After opening its U-20 World Cup qualifying campaign with a 1-0 loss to Panama, the USA rebounded well, beating Haiti, ...
Suddenly, the sport itself rebels against low-scoring Scrooge soccer 
We haven't seen anything like this for quite a while. In fact it was beginning to look as though soccer ...
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CCL: More frustration for New York Red Bulls
by Paul Kennedy on Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 10:00 PM EST
Photo Playing their first game ever in the knockout stage of the Concacaf Champions League against the shorthanded Vancouver Whitecaps, the New York Red Bulls fell behind in the first half and could only manage a 1-1 draw. Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch admitted there was a lot of frustration with the result.  
Soccer on TV 
On Thursday the Europa League matchups include Tottenham-Gent and Roma-Villarreal, and FC Dallas faces Arabe Unido in the Concacaf Champions ...
MLS Injury Report: Surgery sidelines Whitecaps' Reyna 
Vancouver will need a backup plan to replace departed playmaker Pedro Morales. The team has announced surgery has been performed ...
Sneak Peek: Quakes seek help for Wondo 
It's been rough going for the San Jose Earthquakes since they won the Supporters' Shield in 2012: four straight years ...
What They're Saying: Roy Keane 
"No way Wayne Rooney should be going to China. He can still play football at the top level in England, ...
What They're Saying: Josh Mitchell 
"We didn't know whether to laugh or cry. It was an incredible experience to be playing in the AFC Champions ...
Results: Concacaf U-20 World Cup Qualifying 
Host Costa Rica stayed alive at the Concacaf Under-20 Championship when it edged Trinidad & Tobago, 1-0. El Salvador became ...
Sneak Peek: Union coach Curtin promises 'fun' 
Philadelphia reached the playoffs for just the second time in its history last year and exited quickly. Most of the ...
Meet Tab Ramos' 20 players for U-20 World Cup qualifying 
The USA's quest to qualify for a third straight U-20 World Cup begins Feb. 18 against Panama, the first of ...
TV Report: MLS regional broadcast deals announced 
MLS teams are starting to announce regional television plans for the 2017 season. Houston and Sporting KC both have new ...
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Roster: U.S. U-14 boys train in California
A squad of 36 players, all born in 2003, is taking part in a U.S. boys U-14 national team training ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Walker Zimmerman joins the U.S. centerback pool with solid performance
Two FC Dallas centerbacks were summoned to the first U.S, camp of 2017 and after Matt Hedges departed with an ...
College Soccer Reporter

NSCAA All-Americans: Junior College Division III
Richland sophomore Mikkel Rohde and Diablo Valley sophomore Katie McLaughlin were named the 2016 NSCAA Junior College Division III Men's ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Tab Ramos: 'The boys are starting to figure it out'
"We know the important part of the tournament is how you end and not how you start," Coach Tab Ramos ...
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Suddenly, the sport itself rebels against low-scoring Scrooge soccer
We haven't seen anything like this for quite a while. In fact it was beginning to look as though soccer had lost its identity, had shrunk from being the world's most exciting sport, and withered away to tedious 90-minute installments of scoreless running around

"No way Wayne Rooney should be going to China. He can still play football at the top level in England, Germany, Spain, Italy. Going to China? Madness."

-- Former Manchester United star Roy Keane on the current United captain whose agent is seeking a club for him in China. (ITV via Irish Independent)