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Arsenal and Man City look to repeat road feats 
[UCL: Three Games to Watch] The new UEFA Champions League season kicks off with a bang. Borussia Dortmund-Arsenal and Bayern ...
Philly's Curtin: 'I don't want to let the city down' 
[U.S. OPEN CUP: Final] As an organization, the Seattle Sounders have a brief yet rich tradition of U.S. Open Cup ...
Spain advances to finals for first time 
[2015 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] Spain qualified for the 2015 Women's World Cup for the first time when it clinched Europe's ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
Where to Watch European Soccer 
The new European club season has started up. Here are places Soccer America readers recommend where you should go to ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Philly's Curtin: 'I don't want to let the city down'
by Ridge Mahoney on Monday, Sep 15, 2014 9:05 PM EDT
[U.S. OPEN CUP: Final] As an organization, the Seattle Sounders have a brief yet rich tradition of U.S. Open Cup competition, but Philadelphia has a few individuals who've been to the summit as well.  
Pennsylvania has long history of Open Cup success 
[MAKING A LIST] If the Philadelphia Union beats the Seattle Sounders in Tuesday's Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup final, it ...
Soccer America Power Rankings 
[MLS: Week 27] FC Dallas and New England posted important victories to move up the rankings. Another heavy midweek schedule ...
All MLS teams but Sporting KC on double duty 
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Preview] MLS's five entrants take a combined 5-0-1 record into Matchday 4 of the Concacaf Champions League, ...
Curtin has Union on brink of first trophy 
[OPEN CUP: Final] The Philadelphia Union goes for its first trophy when it hosts the Seattle Sounders in Tuesday's final ...
Soccer on TV 
Hull City hosts West Ham in Monday EPL action. ... UEFA Champions League group play begins on Tuesday and includes ...
What They're Saying: Michael Bradley 
"They continue to assign Canadian referees with Canadian teams playing against American teams ... It makes no sense how you ...
Intentional or not, Blas Perez's goal is amazing  
[VIDEO PICK: MLS Goals of the Week] It's unclear whether FC Dallas' Panamanian striker Blas Perez was trying to shot ...
Wenger: Wilshere Back to His Best 
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger said that Jack Wilshere is finally back to his best following the injury problems that have ...
Critic Apologizes to Saints Fans  
Southampton, many critics' pick to be relegated this season after selling so many players during the transfer window, surprised everyone ...
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


Soccer America Q&A: Falcons' Jim Smith on MLS Atlanta
Former Columbus Crew president/general manager Jim Smith is playing a major role in the launch of an MLS team in ...
College Soccer Reporter

Hoyas' chances go begging in draw
[GEORGETOWN-UC IRVINE: Men] No. 7 Georgetown went to overtime for the fourth time in six games and had to settle ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Maddy Shiber


'Give Players Freedom' -- Justi Baumgardt-Yamada (Q&A)
Justi Baumgardt-Yamada was an All-American at the University of Portland, played 16 times for the USA in the 1990s after ...
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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.

"They continue to assign Canadian referees with Canadian teams playing against American teams ... It makes no sense how you can continue to assign Canadian referees when an American team is playing against a Canadian team. It's obvious that these guys are going to make an effort to show they're not biased."

-- Part of a three-minute rant by Toronto's Michael Bradley complaining about referee David Gantar after a 1-1 tie with Chicago. (Toronto Sun)