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Soccer on TV 
On Thursday France and Brazil face off at the Stade de France and the final rounds of the South American ...
Alashe keeps level head after whirlwind start 
Last week was a pretty good week for San Jose Earthquakes rookie midfielder Fatai Alashe.
The benefits of pool play vs. traditional leagues for U-10s  
The Youth Soccer Insider asked Sam Snow, Technical Director of U.S. Youth Soccer, to explain the benefits of a U-10 ...
French Guiana stuns Honduras in Gold Cup playoff 
Not so fast yet on that USA-Honduras match to open the Gold Cup. French Guiana, which has never played in ...
Rewind: Breaking down the USA's late-game collapses 
The USA continued its recent trend of late collapses with the worst one of all, blowing a 2-1 lead it ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Klinsmann: 'We did a lot of good stuff'
by Mike Woitalla on Thursday, Mar 26, 2015 2:42 PM EDT
The USA's 3-2 loss at Denmark on Wednesday gives Coach Jurgen Klinsmann's team a post-2014 World Cup record of 2-4-2 (win-loss-tie). But despite Denmark's dominance and another late-game collapse, Klinsmann said he saw "a lot of positives" from his team.

  
Klinsmann: 'We did a lot of good stuff' 
The USA's 3-2 loss at Denmark on Wednesday gives Coach Jurgen Klinsmann's team a post-2014 World Cup record of 2-4-2 ...
Denmark-USA Player Ratings  
The USA scored two goals against the run of play and even led 2-1 for 17 minutes in the second ...
TV Report: ESPN3 will air 120-plus NASL games 
ESPN3 will carry a minimum of 120 North American Soccer League games during the 2015 season, which kicks off April ...
Tulsa brewer handcrafts Roughnecks Pale Ale 
The USL's Tulsa Roughnecks will offer Roughnecks Pale Ale, brewed by Tulsa-based craft brewer Marshall Brewing Company, at ONEOK Field ...
World Cup on ESPN garners six Sports Emmy nominations 
ESPN received six Sports Emmy Award nominations for its coverage of the 2014 World Cup from Brazil, including one in ...
MLS Week 4: Vancouver loses Manneh for Timbers' match 
Vancouver will be without young Gambian star Kekuta Manneh for Saturday's Cascadia Cup game against Portland after he was suspended ...
Video Pick: Too much celebration proves costly 
Players from Mozambique club Ferroviario Maputo celebrated so much after scoring against Zambia's K-Stars they weren't ready at kickoff and ...
What They're Saying: Jason Kreis 
"I'm a huge fan of Xavi Hernandez. I think he would be a huge player in this league, no doubt ...
What They're Saying: Georgetown junior Keegan Rosenberry 
"We'll carry the water if we have to." -- Georgetown junior Keegan Rosenberry on the Hoyas being on call in ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

id2 all-stars beat Argentinos Juniors, tie San Lorenzo
The id2 National Selection finished up its four-game tour of Argentina with a 3-1 win over Argentinos Juniors and a ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy


Alashe keeps level head after whirlwind start
Last week was a pretty good week for San Jose Earthquakes rookie midfielder Fatai Alashe.
College Soccer Reporter

UMBC, the ACC giant slayer, strikes again
UMBC won its third straight game on the road against current and former ACC giants, following up on wins over ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Sam Snow


The benefits of pool play vs. traditional leagues for U-10s
The Youth Soccer Insider asked Sam Snow, Technical Director of U.S. Youth Soccer, to explain the benefits of a U-10 ...
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Why are England's clubs so barely English?
With the inglorious exit of Everton -- bounced out of the Europa League by a 5-2 mauling from Dynamo Kiev -- the participation of English clubs in this season's European competition has come to an abrupt and really rather shocking halt.

"I'm a huge fan of Xavi Hernandez. I think he would be a huge player in this league, no doubt about it. But positionally, I don't think that it makes the best sense and the most sense."

-- New York City FC coach Jason Kreis, admitting he was "on the fence" about adding the 35-year-old Spanish star as the MLS expansion team's third Designated Player to go along with Frank Lampard, 36, and David Villa, 33. (Daily News)