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U.S. Abroad: Southampton releases Cody Cropper  
Goalkeeper Cody Cropper, who started for the USA at the 2013 U-20 World Cup and is currently with the U.S. ...
Quakes rookie Alashe hones skills against MLS's best 
The busy life of Quakes rookie midfielder Fatai Alashe includes a trip to France this month to play in the ...
U.S. U-23s fall to France in Toulon opener 
The U.S. U-23 national team gave up three early goals in a 3-1 loss to France in its opening game ...
Soccer on TV 
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk takes on Sevilla in the Europa League final and there are three MLS games on Wednesday.
Video Pick: Chelsea loanee farther from Stamford Bridge with this miss 
Chelsea's Bertrand Traore is apparently having a successful loan spell at Dutch club Vitesse -- but you might doubt that ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
FIFA bombshell: seven arrested in Zurich, 14 indicted
by Paul Kennedy on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 6:24 AM EDT
Photo Zurich's Baur au Lac, the preferred hotel of FIFA executives, was raided in the early morning hours of Wednesday and seven FIFA officials were arrested in a joint U.S.-Swiss probe into corruption and bribery to the tune of more than $150 million in bribes and kickbacks. Those charged included the current and former presidents of Concacaf (Jeffrey Webb and Jack Warner) and Conmebol (Eugenio Figueredo and Nicolas Leoz).  
FIFA bombshell: seven arrested in Zurich, 14 indicted 
Zurich's Baur au Lac, the preferred hotel of FIFA executives, was raided in the early morning hours of Wednesday and ...
What They're Saying: FIFA spokesperson Walter De Gregorio 
"Well, he is not dancing in his office. He is very calm, he is fully cooperative with everything. That's what ...
Twenty for Canada 2015: New Zealand's Ali Riley 
Ali Riley is about as American as you can get. Born in Los Angeles. Product of the Southern California girls ...
Road to Vancouver: Brazil's Formiga picked for sixth time 
Formiga was picked to play in her sixth Women's World Cup for Brazil as she was included in Coach Vadao's ...
ICYMI MLS: Gooch sighting; Drogba back on the radar 
Oguchi Onyewu, who is out of contract after being released by English club Charlton, trained with struggling New York City ...
MLS: This week ... 
The busiest midweek of the season to date -- three games -- kicks off Week 13 play in Major League ...
What They're Saying: Greg Vanney 
"The beauty of this is that these guys have watched Manchester City play throughout the course of the year. They ...
MLS Power Rankings: Sounders hold first place 
Seattle held the top spot in Soccer America's Power Power Rankings despite being held to a 0-0 by Sporting Kansas ...
Road to Vancouver: Germany's Neid picks deep squad 
The loss of 2014 FIFA Women's Player of the Year Nadine Kessler, who is injured, and Fatmire Alushi, who announced ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Donovan replaces injured Canouse on U-20 roster
Midfielder Russell Canouse, who captained the USA during qualifying play, suffered an ankle injury in practice and has been replaced ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Quakes rookie Alashe hones skills against MLS's best
The busy life of Quakes rookie midfielder Fatai Alashe includes a trip to France this month to play in the ...
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:
Mike Woitalla


USA forced to make late U-20 World Cup roster change
Five days before the USA faces Myanmar in its U-20 World Cup opener in New Zealand, Coach Tab Ramos has ...
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The remarkable Clive Toye -- who brought showmanship, excitement and color to American soccer
The debt owed by American soccer to Clive Toye is a vast one. It is not too much of an exaggeration to say, flatly, that without Toye's blind faith in the sport in the 1970s, pro soccer in the USA would have withered and died.

"This for FIFA is good. It is not good in terms of image or reputation, but in terms of cleaning up, this is good. It is not a nice day, but it is also a good day. The process goes on and we are looking forward."

-- FIFA spokesperson Walter De Gregorio, trying to put a positive spin on the low point in his organization's recent scandal-ridden history.