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Chile longshots begin Copa America prep 
For the USA, the match against Chile Wednesday in Rancagua will the first match of the year as it prepares ...
Diskerud can't wait to begin new adventure 
For a lot of players, January camp is not their idea of fun. Getting up early. Two-a-days. Sometimes three-a-days. Lots ...
Video Pick: Artist and maverick, Riquelme retires 
Juan Riquelme announced the end of his fascinating career on Sunday, at age 36. The Argentine is sure to go ...
Tackling Key Challenges in Modern Day Youth Ball 
I was part of a panel at the US Youth Soccer Workshop at the NSCAA Convention: "Youth Soccer in the ...
2015 MLS Preseason Schedule 
Most of the first week of MLS training camp will be spent working in-house and on fitness. Seven teams have ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Hope Solo's U.S. future remains up in air
by Paul Kennedy on Monday, Jan 26, 2015 9:45 PM EST
U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati hopes women's national team star Hope Solo makes progress during her 30-day suspension, but he admitted that it was possible she might not return to the team preparing for this summer's Women's World Cup in Canada.  
What They're Saying: Phil Neville 
"I'd be first over there and I'd probably look to two-foot him or take him out of the game." -- ...
Hope Solo's U.S. future remains up in air 
U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati hopes women's national team star Hope Solo makes progress during her 30-day suspension, but he ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
What They're Saying: Sunil Gulati  
"Sure. ... We've asked her to do a number of things, and she's going to have to do those things ...
D.C. United kicks off 2015 with DP upgrade 
Shortly before D.C. United players and coaches headed to Bradenton, Florida, for the first phase of preseason training, the club ...
Fire revamps with three new DPs 
The Chicago Fire has added Scottish international Shaun Maloney to the growing list of British players crossing the pond to ...
MLS Trade Central: Orlando signs Colombian Rivas 
Orlando City signed highly regarded young Colombian Carlos Rivas. The 20-year-old midfielder scored 12 goals in 29 games for Deportivo ...
MLS Trade Central: RSL lands Jamaican Phillips 
Real Salt Lake signed Jamaican defender Demar Phillips, who will be in line to take over at left back for ...
U.S. women to play send-off series in May 
U.S. Soccer will hold a send-off series of three matches against three different opponents over three weeks in May as ...
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:
Paul Kennedy


Diskerud can't wait to begin new adventure
For a lot of players, January camp is not their idea of fun. Getting up early. Two-a-days. Sometimes three-a-days. Lots ...
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


Tackling Key Challenges in Modern Day Youth Ball
I was part of a panel at the US Youth Soccer Workshop at the NSCAA Convention: "Youth Soccer in the ...
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'A flag on the play' -- something soccer could learn from football
From Saturday's FA Cup game in England: Leicester's Andrej Kramaric gets clean through the Tottenham defense, ball at his feet, only goalkeeper Michel Vorm to beat. As Kramaric tries to dribble around him, Vorm makes a slide tackle. Something goalkeepers are not very good at (if you doubt that, take a look at the video of Manuel Neuer's recent attempt -- this one from a keeper who is widely hailed as the best in the world).

"I'd be first over there and I'd probably look to two-foot him or take him out of the game."

-- Phil Neville, former England and Manchester United player, commenting for the BBC on Tomas Rosicky's brilliant no-look pass that set up Arsenal's crucial goal in its 3-2 FA Cup win over Brighton. (Daily Mail)