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On Sunday West Virginia goes for its first women's title against 2007 champ USC .. . Lazio and Roma do ...
Women's College Cup: West Virginia and USC reach final 
Excellent goals determined the two finalists that will meet Sunday to determine the national champion. Michaela Abam propelled West Virginia ...
U.S. U-17s boys romp again, beat Turkey, 5-1  
After opening the Nike International Friendlies with a 7-1 win over Portugal, the U.S. U-17 boys national team beat Turkey, ...
U-20 WWC: USA falls to Japan in third-place game  
Japan outshot the USA 29-3 while beating the Americans 1-0 in the third-place game at the U-20 Women's World Cup ...
College Men: Denver headed to first final four 
Unbeaten Denver advanced to the Men's College Cup for the first time when it beat No. 3 seed Clemson, 1-0, ...
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MLS Playoffs: Toronto FC wins game for the ages
by Ridge Mahoney on Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016 11:24 PM EST
Photo Regardless of how it ends, this MLS postseason is evolving into an incredible story. An amazing playoff game Wednesday at BMO Field set up yet another match. MLS Cup on Dec. 10 will pair Seattle with host Toronto FC, which prevailed, 5-2, to capture the Eastern Conference finals on aggregate, 7-5, over Montreal.  
College Men: Murphy sends Carolina to College Cup 
Limited to six games with a foot injury, transfer Drew Murphy came off the bench and scored a golden goal ...
Peruvian soccer boss extradited in FIFA scandal 
Manuel Burga, the president of Peru's soccer federation, appeared in federal court in Brooklyn after being extradited from Lima earlier ...
Bayern temporarily back on top in Bundesliga 
Bayern Munich temporarily moved back into first place in the German Bundesliga, ahead of promoted RB Leipzig on goal difference, ...
Leicester City's spirit is the same, but results are missing, in EPL 
As it was expected to do after capturing the Premier League title last season in stunning fashion, Leicester City spent ...
U.S. Abroad: Alvarado headed to Santos for Torneo Clausura 
Ventura Alvarado is back in the starting lineup at Mexican giant Club America, which tied Necaxa, 1-1, Thursday night in ...
NSCAA All-Americans: NCAA Division II and III 
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced its NCAA Division II and III All-America Teams for men and women. ...
Lloyd and Ellis up for Best FIFA awards 
U.S. national team co-captain Carli Lloyd and head coach Jill Ellis were nominated for the new Best FIFA awards. Lionel ...
Magpies' misery ends with loss on own goal 
How's this for a miserable evening? English Championship leader Newcastle United had two players sent off and conceded two penalty ...
Football Leaks: Cristiano Ronaldo's tax avoidance scheme alleged 
A group of 12 European newspapers intends to disclose "Football Leaks -- the results of an investigation into widespread alleged ...
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U.S. U-15 boys finish 2016 with wins in Florida
The U.S. U-15 boys national team wrapped up 2016 with a training camp in Bradenton, Florida, that included wins over ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Mike Woitalla


Bruce Arena is a safe bet compared to the gamble U.S. Soccer took on Klinsmann
It was an exciting and hopeful time, when U.S. Soccer hired Jurgen Klinsmann in the summer of 2011. The press ...
College Soccer Reporter:
Ridge Mahoney


Women's College Cup: West Virginia and USC reach final
Excellent goals determined the two finalists that will meet Sunday to determine the national champion. Michaela Abam propelled West Virginia ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Stunning win by U.S. U-17 boys: 7-1 over Portugal
The Nike International Friendlies tournament, launched in 2001 for the U.S. U-17 boys national team, has long provided early glimpses ...
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The Klinsmann Interlude (Part 3): Damage Repair -- Bruce Arena returns: Tab Ramos waits
Bruce Arena never had any doubts about his own ability to move smoothly and successfully from the college game to the pros. I did. I thought the change was altogether too fundamental, too demanding. It looked to me like a change that, even supposing it could be made, would need time.

"It is a very difficult time. Later on, if there is a contact, we can talk. I can only say that we are here and we want to help. [Ronaldinho] fits the profile, can be the right guy. But the moment is to help families and it would be [wrong] to create expectations for now. As Brazilians, we feel involved. We are together."

-- Roberto Assis, Ronaldinho's manager and brother, saying the Brazilian great was ready to  come out of retirement and play for free to help Chapecoense rebuild following the death of 19 players in a plane crash. (Globo Esporte via AFP)