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What They're Saying: Jason Kreis 
"The importance of the win has nothing to do with the opponent,. It wasn't about me, it's about the performance ...
U.S. Abroad: Americans battle for top spot in Mexico 
Michael Orozco started and Paul Arriola was a late sub as Tijuana beat UNAM, 1-0, to open up a three-point ...
NWSL: Hope Solo granted 'personal leave' 
The Hope Solo saga took another turn on Saturday as her NWSL team, Seattle Reign FC, announced that the U.S. ...
MLS Talking Points: Timbers will be tough to stop 
The Portland Timbers definitely left a wakeup call for the rest of MLS that they will be contenders to repeat ...
MLS Week 25: Results & Standings 
Montreal ended Toronto FC's seven-game unbeaten streak (six wins and a tie) when Ignacio Piatti's goal gave the shorthanded Impact ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Klinsmann keeps faith in recent callups
by Paul Kennedy on Sunday, Aug 28, 2016 3:48 PM EDT
PhotoU.S. national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann called in 26 players Sunday to a camp in Jacksonville, Florida, to prepare for World Cup 2018 qualifiers at St. Vincent & the Grenadines on Friday and against Trinidad & Tobago in Jacksonville four days after that. He'll be without starters Clint Dempsey, Gyasi Zardes and Michael Bradley (for first game only) but has brought in no new faces.  
Soccer on TV 
Many leagues take a break for the FIFA international dates but on Wednesday the NASL will stage games and a ...
What They're Saying: Jurgen Klinsmann 
"They need to get the job done in St. Vincent, and then see how we can modify little things. It ...
Video Pick: Wood strikes in Bundesliga debut 
It took 23-year-old American Bobby Wood, who scored 17 second division goals for Union Berlin last season, just 30 minutes ...
Klinsmann keeps faith in recent callups 
U.S. national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann called in 26 players Sunday to a camp in Jacksonville, Florida, to prepare ...
College Men: Otte does it all in Saint Louis upset 
Sascha Otte recorded a career-high 11 saves as Saint Louis shut out No. 7 Wake Forest in the season opener ...
Crowd Count: South Carolina-Clemson draws 6,892 in Columbia 
No. 6 Clemson, the 2015 NCAA Division I men's runner-up, opened its 2016 campaign with a 2-1 win at South ...
College Women: Cougars Hatch plot to down Penn State 
BYU struggled for goals in its first two games, splitting against Washington State and Nebraska, but Ashley Hatch scored a ...
Crowd Count: Arkansas breaks mark for win over No. 2 Duke 
Arkansas drew a record crowd of 3,010 fans at Razorback Field that was rewarded with a 2-1 win over No. ...
Crowd Count: Grand Canyon shatters Arizona record for stadium opener 
Grand Canyon christened GCU Stadium with a 4-2 victory over UCF in men's soccer in front of 6,402 fans, the ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Mallory Pugh returns to U-20s
Mallory Pugh, the 18-year-old attacker who played in three games at the Rio Olympics and scored in a 2-2 tie ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Struggles of MLS Cup finalists are to be expected for smaller-market teams
Portland and Columbus defied the odds -- and economic reality -- by reaching the MLS championship game last year. Their ...
College Soccer Reporter

Crowd Count: South Carolina-Clemson draws 6,892 in Columbia
No. 6 Clemson, the 2015 NCAA Division I men's runner-up, opened its 2016 campaign with a 2-1 win at South ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


The 21 U.S. girls aiming to make history
The USA has won three Women's World Cups, four Olympic titles, and three U-20 Women's World Cups. The only world ...
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The truly Greek Olympic final: Apollo vs. Dionysus
So the men's Olympic final comes down to this: Apollo vs. Dionysus. Apollo, god of reason and logic (that's the methodical Germans, you see), and Dionysus, god of emotions and instincts (and that's the free-styling Brazilians).

"The importance of the win has nothing to do with the opponent,. It wasn't about me, it's about the performance of the team and what the guys are willing to do. So I'm really pleased for the players, they are the ones who deserve the credit."

-- Jason Kreis, who won his first meeting against his former team, New York City FC, as Orlando City coach when the Lions defeated NYC, 2-1. (MLSSoccer.com)