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Toni Dovale rescues Sporting KC with two second-half goals 
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Thursday] Spaniard Toni Dovale scored two goals seven minutes apart in the second half to give Sporting ...
Americans roll with changed frontline 
[USA-MEXICO] The USA made it a clean sweep in its two-game series with Mexico, downing El Tri Femenil, 4-0, in ...
Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard 
[ROUNDUP: Midweek] No. 6 Florida State overcame a 2-0 deficit to beat Connecticut, 3-2. Shea Groom notched the second hat ...
Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard 
[ROUNDUP: Midweek] Mason Robertson's fourth goal of the season gave No. 6 Washington a 1-0 win at FGCU before 1,006 ...
Playoffs hinge on Cascadia clash; more drama looms in East 
[MLS: Three Games to Watch] Another edition of the Northwest head-knockers takes place in Portland, and more drama looms in ...
New crest emphasizes club connection to fans
by Paul Kennedy on Thursday, Sep 18, 2014 9:21 PM EDT
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Major League Soccer unveiled its new brand identity and crest on Wednesday, emphasizing the new direction of a league connected through its clubs to its fans, a league that only a decade ago had 10 teams but has plans to expand to 24 teams by 2020. The new logo has dropped the ball and cleat but added three stars under the letters "MLS" representing the "community, club, country" theme.

Everton's Martinez praises 'magnificent' Howard 
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Tim Howard added another mark to his remarkable 2014 season with a record-tying 12 saves in Everton's 4-1 ...
New crest emphasizes club connection to fans 
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Major League Soccer unveiled its new brand identity and crest on Wednesday, emphasizing the new direction of a ...
What They're Saying: David Carter 
"Chivas in the L.A. market is beyond an afterthought. I think even most soccer fans aren't aware that they are ...
Losing skid reveals Rapids' flaws 
Injuries, sophomore slumps and a rookie head coach will be the primary causes cited if the Colorado Rapids don't make ...
Goal celebration sends player into abyss 
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] After Joel scored a fine goal for Brazilian club Coritiba he celebrated by jumping over ...
Ajax Earns Draw with PSG 
Danish international Lassa Schone scored in the 74th-minute from a free kick to spoil Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return to Amsterdam on ...
Barca Uninspiring in Narrow UCL Opener  
It was an uninspiring debut for Barcelona coach Luis Enrique in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday, as Gerard Pique ...
Di Maria: "I Needed to Change My Life" 
In an interview with Perform, Manchester United forward Angel Di Maria says that he left Real Madrid for the Premier ...
Mourinho: Costa's Hamstring Injury a Concern  
Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho reiterated his concerns over striker Diego Costa's hamstring following the Blues' 1-1 draw at home to ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Jamieson and Arriola lead comeback win in Buenos Aires
[USA UNDER-20 MEN] The U.S. under-20 national team won its second game in three days against an Argentine pro reserve ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

Losing skid reveals Rapids' flaws
Injuries, sophomore slumps and a rookie head coach will be the primary causes cited if the Colorado Rapids don't make ...
College Soccer Reporter

College soccer on the air
[2014 SCHEDULE] No. 1 North Carolina is in men's action on Tuesday at William & Mary. For listings of college ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

The College Quest in 2014: 'Technology can help bridge the access gap'
It's been a decade since Avi Stopper penned a guide for high-schoolers on how to navigate their quest to play ...
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Mad Dog and Fighting Pig find home in MLS -- in a good way, of course
Hard on the heels (and that phrase may soon acquire literal meaning) of the arrival of Jermaine Jones in MLS, comes the news that the Columbus Crew have signed Austrian defender Emanuel Pogatetz. Two players who can -- and I'm picking my words carefully here -- be described as hard men.

"It was the fourth watch I've had since I started doing this job. Everywhere you go you get these watches. I wouldn' know a [$26,000] watch if my life depended on it. No one should give you a [$26,000] watch without telling you what it’s worth."

-- English FA Chairman Greg Dyke, who was one of 65 recipients of a limited edition Parmigiani watch gifted by the Brazilian soccer federation during a FIFA Congress prior to the 2014 World Cup. Dykes says he's returning the watch as requested by Fifa's ethics committee. (The Guardian)

Ajax Earns Draw with PSG