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USA-Costa Rica: Olympic tuneups end with easy win 
The USA closed out its preparations for the Olympic women's soccer tournament on Friday when it defeated Costa Rica, 4-0, ...
Soccer on TV 
Portland-LA Galaxy and Colorado-FC Dallas matches on Saturday bring focus on the MLS Western Conference ... Mexico City rivals Cruz ...
Video Pick: Golazo by Dortmund's Dembele vs. Manchester United 
Why did Borussia Dortmund spend a reported $15 million to get 19-year-old Ousmane Dembele from French club Rennes? Watch how ...
Wayne Rooney ready for new challenges for club and country 
A new world awaits Wayne Rooney. Managerial changes by Manchester United and the England national team have whetted his appetite ...
Arsenal names roster for U.S. trip 
Arsenal's preliminary list of players who will travel to the United States includes American midfielder Gedion Zelalem, who is battling ...
Orlando makes dramatic yet obvious move by hiring Kreis
by Ridge Mahoney on Tuesday, Jul 19, 2016 11:35 PM EDT
PhotoThough this is the third expansion team he has coached, Jason Kreis faces different challenges than he did at Real Salt Lake and New York City FC. But there is no doubting that Orlando City has recruited a quintessential example of American drive, determination and success.  
Rooney gives Allardyce the thumbs-up 
England captain Wayne Rooney says he is ready to take up new coach Sam Allardyce's challenge to his players that ...
Pochettino on list of targets for Argentina job 
Mauricio Pochettino, who led Tottenham to third place in the English Premier League last season, is among the coaches Argentina ...
Three candidates running to replace Platini as UEFA president 
Dutch soccer boss Michael van Praag, Spaniard Angel Maria Villar, the acting UEFA president and Slovenian federation boss Aleksander Ceferin ...
Bruce picked to get Sunderland managerial job 
Sam Allardyce's selection as the England national team coach might set off a game of coaching musical chairs. Steve Bruce ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
Development Academy award winners in good company 
In the wake of the 2015-16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy season, which concluded last weekend with FC Dallas winning both ...
USA-Costa Rica: Scorcher expected for final Rio tuneup 
The USA plays its last game before it heads off to the Rio Olympics when it hosts Costa Rica Friday ...
MLS Countdown: Marsch comments roil waters for derby 
Three times a year comes the question: will New York be red or blue? The Hudson River Derby rivals meet ...
What They're Saying: Axel Sjoberg 
"I don't think I have to sell myself to Dominic Kinnear. He picked the team and I'm sure he had ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

U.S. U-18 women tie England
The U.S. U-18 women's national team, coached by April Heinrichs, ended its 10-day training camp at English FA's St. George's ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

Toronto FC must rebound after embarrassing defeat for crucial home stand
After an eight-game road trip to open the season, Toronto FC is in a playoff spot yet looking forward to ...
College Soccer Reporter:
Paul Kennedy

USL: Brandt leaves Navy for struggling Riverhounds
Dave Brandt, the winningest active coach in Division I men's soccer, quit his job as Navy's men's coach to become ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

Development Academy award winners in good company
In the wake of the 2015-16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy season, which concluded last weekend with FC Dallas winning both ...
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MLS DisCo makes another dubious diving decision
The MLS Disciplinary Committee -- the DisCo -- continues its far from satisfactory activities.

"I don't think I have to sell myself to Dominic Kinnear. He picked the team and I'm sure he had a reason for all of those picks. I would've liked the nomination. It's always a privilege as a player. But no matter what, I'm going to keep working hard this season."

-- Second-year defender Axel Sjoberg, a big part of the Colorado Rapids' success, on  being passed over by Kinnear, the MLS All-Star coach, for the AT&T All-Star Game against Arsenal. (