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How to coach heading -- NSCAA delivers excellent online course 
Soccer's birth date is widely considered to be Dec. 8, 1863, when the English FA published its first set of ...
Soccer on TV 
Arsenal-Chelsea and Manchester United-Leicester City highlight a busy Saturday ... the Galaxy and Seattle tangle, and Crew SC and New ...
Money flows at United even if wins don't 
This just in: Earning big and spending big doesn't guarantee winning big. Just ask Manchester United, which for the third ...
Infantino: 'Marco van Basten is football' 
Friday president Gianni Infantino appointed Marco van Basten as FIFA's chief officer for technical development, tasking the Dutchman to help ...
Mexico: La Volpe flattered to accept Club America job 
Former Mexico national team coach Ricardo La Volpe is the new head coach of Club America, replacing Ignacio Ambriz, who ...
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NASL owners remain 'undaunted' amid turmoil
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, Sep 23, 2016 1:16 AM EDT
PhotoIn response to reports of its potential unraveling, the six-year-old North American Soccer League issued a statement on Thursday night that its owners remain "undaunted in the challenge to reach their long-term goals." The statement came hours after the troubled Ft. Lauderdale Strikers' managing director confirmed they had sought financial support from the league and a day after the league was hit by a barrage of negative press.  
Teen keeper Lafont shuts out PSG 
Paris St. Germain lost for the second time in seven Ligue 1 matches -- equaling its total of losses for ...
U.S. Abroad: Another convincing win for Pulisic's Borussia Dortmund 
Borussia Dortmund completed its second perfect week in a row when it beat Freiburg, 3-1, to take its haul to ...
So far, Jordan Morris' decisions have been the right ones 
U.S. forward Jordan Morris turned down a move to German club Werder Bremen, which is rooted to the bottom of ...
What They're Saying: Jose Mourinho 
"I know that some football Einsteins -- football is full of Einsteins -- I know that they tried to delete ...
What They're Saying: Eddie Rodger 
"They didn't just burn bridges with the local soccer community, they nuked them. It's disgraceful. They tossed everyone who cared ...
NASL owners remain 'undaunted' amid turmoil 
In response to reports of its potential unraveling, the six-year-old North American Soccer League issued a statement on Thursday night ...
In case of emergency -- be ready 
An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a written set of systems and processes that are followed if a serious health ...
NWSL: Edwards to retire after three pro titles 
Orlando Pride midfielder Becky Edwards, 28, will retire after Saturday's Pride game against FC Kansas City at Camping World Stadium. ...
MLS Moves: Pomykal will wear No. 19 in Rhine's memory 
Five years after former FC Dallas midfielder Bobby Rhine died suddenly and the team unofficially retired his No. 19 jersey, ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


U.S. U-16 girls head to Netherlands
Coach Jaime Frias has named a 20-player roster for the U.S. U-16 girls national team's Sept. 16-27 training camp in ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


So far, Jordan Morris' decisions have been the right ones
U.S. forward Jordan Morris turned down a move to German club Werder Bremen, which is rooted to the bottom of ...
College Soccer Reporter

College Men: ETSU stuns North Carolina in Chapel Hill
ETSU recorded the biggest win in school history when the Buccaneers defeated the top-ranked North Carolina, 1-0, on Fletcher Ekern's ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


How to coach heading -- NSCAA delivers excellent online course
Soccer's birth date is widely considered to be Dec. 8, 1863, when the English FA published its first set of ...
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De Jong's barren MLS stint helps debunk the holding-midfielder myth
Holding midfielder. Defensive midfielder. Are they the same animal? I'm not sure. And frankly, I don't care. Because I have a long-standing mistrust of English soccer terminology. As well as serious suspicions about the value of tactical talk.

"They didn't just burn bridges with the local soccer community, they nuked them. It's disgraceful. They tossed everyone who cared most about the Strikers brand to the curb, lied to people and now they will just go back to Brazil and who knows what will become of this team."

-- South Florida soccer promoter Eddie Rodger on the Brazilian owners of the NASL Ft. Lauderdale Strikers, whose financial problems have put the club on the verge of collapse. (Miami Herald)