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USWNT: Five regulars return for Romania series 
U.S. women's national team coach Jill Ellis recalled five regulars who had sat out the Switzerland series for the final ...
Video Pick: Patrice Evra does dancing panda 
Juventus' French star Patrice Evra dances and raps in a panda suit to send the "Say no to racism" message. ...
Hex Files: Boniek Garcia called up by Honduras 
At least one Dynamo will be active during the MLS playoffs. Midfielder Oscar Boniek Garcia has been selected by Honduras ...
What They're Saying: Nelson Valdez 
"I've been feeling like there's been a big mountain on top of me all season. Finally, with the goal, that ...
MLS Cup Playoffs: Schedule 
The MLS playoffs move into the conference semifinals with the first leg on Sunday. The four games will air back ...
MLS Playoffs: Sporting KC demands apology from league
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, Oct 28, 2016 3:03 AM EDT
Photo Sporting Kansas City did everything possible but score against Seattle, which was saved time and again by the goalkeeping of Stefan Frei, and when it exited, 1-0, in MLS's Knockout Round on Nelson Valdez's controversial goal in the 88th minute, Sporting coach Peter Vermes was not a happy man.  
MLS Playoffs: Sporting KC demands apology from league 
Sporting Kansas City did everything possible but score against Seattle, which was saved time and again by the goalkeeping of ...
MLS Playoffs: No Drogba, no problem for Impact 
Didier Drogba didn't travel with his teammates to Washington, but he did make it to RFK Stadium, despite traffic delays, ...
MLS Moves: Conor Casey calls it quits 
One of the strongest, most rugged forwards ever produced by American soccer has decided to end his long career. Conor ...
What They're Saying: Landon Donovan 
"If [Lionel] Messi scored a goal like that, people would be talking about it for weeks. These guys have been ...
Modern doesn't necessarily mean better 
West Ham's move from Upton Park, its home for 112 years, to London Stadium, site of the 2012 London Olympic ...
Soccer on TV 
On Friday Lille hosts Paris St. Germain and, Monchengladbach plays Frankfurt, ... on Saturday Dortmund and Schalke battle in the ...
Man City's Kompany replaced because he was 'tired' 
Making only his second start of the season after suffering a groin strain in September, Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany ...
Algeria picks Belgian Leekens as new head coach 
Algeria hired former Belgium national team coach Georges Leekens, 67, as its new coach two days after losing his job ...
Mourinho and Moyes hit with misconduct charges 
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Sunderland boss Davis Moyes has been charged with misconduct.
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

Fifty-six Alianza finalists land trial invites
Salvador Martinez, a 16-year-old from Mission, Texas, led Powerade Sueno Alianza finalists with trial invitations from 14 clubs following the ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

MLS Awards: Giovinco leads list of MVP candidates
Voting closed Monday for the MLS individual awards and without knowing who the three finalists will be in each category, ...
College Soccer Reporter

Soccer America Men's Top 25
There was no change in the top three in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings as unbeaten Maryland, North ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

The must-see concussion video
Perhaps the most crucial information from recent science on concussions is how dangerous another concussion is if suffered shortly following ...
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Complete Guide to European Soccer 2016-17

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Carlos Alberto: One of Soccer's Greatest (1944-2016)
Carlos Alberto, one of the sport's true greats, dead at 72. Unexpected, almost unbelievable. For me, a personal loss, for I learned so much from Carlos, talking with him, watching him play during his years with the Cosmos.

"I've been feeling like there's been a big mountain on top of me all season. Finally, with the goal, that mountain went away and the pressure has been relieved."

-- Teary Paraguayan DP Nelson Valdez, who went 24 games without a goal during the regular season but came off the bench to score the dramatic winner in the Seattle Sounders' 1-0 win over Sporting KC in MLS's Knockout Round. (Seattle Times)