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Coors Light gets branded zone at Sporting Park 
[SOCCER BUSINESS] Sporting Kansas City has added Coors Light as the MLS club's official domestic beer in a partnership that ...
Seattle Reign looks like the real deal 
[NWSL: Week 3] Sydney Leroux didn't score, and Megan Rapinoe didn't play, but that didn't stop the Seattle Reign from ...
The battle of Miami's traffic experts 
[MLS EXPANSION] You know MLS stadium plans for Miami are not being positioned well when the local television news segment ...
Why I Ref: A View from the Middle 
By 9:30 last Saturday morning I had run more than three miles, earned $20, and had been in the middle ...
Eastern wild cards in 2013 are off to slow starts 
Resounding 4-0 defeats a few days apart highlight the current troubles of Montreal and Houston, which met in last year's ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Wright-Phillips adds to Dynamo misery with hat trick
by Paul Kennedy on Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014 10:16 PM EDT
[MLS: Week 8] Bradley Wright-Phillips, who had been doubtful after coming down with a fever on Tuesday, scored a hat trick and Thierry Henry added a goal and two assists as the New York Red Bulls added to the Houston Dynamo's misery with a 4-0 defeat at Red Bull Arena. Wright-Phillips' hat trick was the first by a Red Bull player in more than two years and first by an English player in MLS history.

  
AC Milan Not for Sale, Owner Says  
AC Milan is not for sale, Finivest, the company controlled by Milan chairman Silvio Berlusconi, said on Thursday. In recent ...
Report: Chelsea Backs Mourinho Anfield Decision 
Chelsea has given Jose Mourinho the green light to field a team at Liverpool on Sunday that reflects the club's ...
German Anger at Schalke for Considering Russia Invitation 
German politicians on Thursday criticized Bundesliga giant Schalke 04 for considering an invitation to Russia to possibly meet president Vladimir ...
Ancelotti: Real Can Beat Anyone  
Carlo Ancelotti proclaimed that Real Madrid has no one to fear following his team's 1-0 win against defending European champion ...
German Press Reacts to Bayern's UCL Loss 
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola came in for some heavy criticism from the German media after his team lost the ...
PSG Eyes Second-Successive Ligue 1 Title  
Paris Saint-Germain could seal its second-successive Ligue 1 title without kicking a ball if second-place AS Monaco fails to beat ...
Platini: No Clubs Banned From Europe Next Season 
In an interview, UEFA President Michel Platini said that no clubs found in breach of financial fair play rules would ...
Soccer on TV 
There's Europa League and Copa Libertadores action on Thursday.
The Great Diving Menace: Finally -- from England! -- some straight talk 
At last, we have some honest down-to-earth talk about diving. From England -- which is important because it is the ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Saucedo magic leads RSL into final
[GENERATION ADIDAS CUP] Sebastian Saucedo scored on a lob from 35 yards -- his second such goal in two games ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Eastern wild cards in 2013 are off to slow starts
Resounding 4-0 defeats a few days apart highlight the current troubles of Montreal and Houston, which met in last year's ...
College Soccer Reporter

Maryland's trip to England in works for years
[COLLEGE MEN] Maryland, the 2013 NCAA Division I men's runner-up, will tour England in March with stops in Manchester and ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Why I Ref: A View from the Middle
By 9:30 last Saturday morning I had run more than three miles, earned $20, and had been in the middle ...
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The Great Diving Menace: Finally -- from England! -- some straight talk
At last, we have some honest down-to-earth talk about diving. From England -- which is important because it is the English who have created the Great Diving Menace, who have managed to stifle any attempt at a serious discussion by clothing the subject in an aura of religious rectitude. We are supposed to understand that we are dealing here with a moral issue, that the players who dive are cheats and are therefore to be punished. And despised.

"We can go with confidence into the second leg. I think we played well. The opponent was Real Madrid, they are a super team but we dominated."

-- Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben after the defending champion fell, 1-0, at Real Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal. (ESPNFC.com)


Donovan on Moyes