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Report: Ronaldo Outscoring Many of Europe's Biggest Clubs 
With two more goals in the 4-0 win at Eibar on Saturday, Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo made it 20 goals ...
Rodgers Admits His Future Could be in Doubt  
Brendan Rodgers admitted that he could be fired after Liverpool slumped to a fourth successive defeat in all competitions, losing ...
Referee Stark Admits Error Over Reus Challenge  
German referee Wolfgang Stark admitted that he made a mistake by not sending off Paderborn's Marvin Bakalorz for a studs-up ...
Report: Barca's Vermaelen May Need Surgery reports that Barcelona defender Thomas Vermaelen could require surgery to cure the hamstring injury that has kept him sidelined ...
Messi's Top Ten Records 
Barcelona striker Lionel Messi, who became La Liga's all-time leading scorer (253 goals) following his hat trick against Sevilla on ...
Wright-Phillips befuddled, Donovan confident
by Paul Kennedy on Sunday, Nov 23, 2014 11:38 PM EST
[MLS PLAYOFFS: Reaction] In a match that produced 10 yellow cards -- the most for an MLS playoff games after 90 minutes -- the most important card issued by referee Allen Chapman in New England's 2-1 win over New York was the most innocuous. Little did Bradley Wright-Phillips know the consequence of his decision to impede Bobby Shuttleworth while the Revs goalkeeper was trying to roll out the ball. In Sunday's other match, Landon Donovan says it was mission accomplished for the LA Galaxy, a 1-0 winner over Seattle.

Road to Vancouver: Germany spoils Wembley party 
England went 10-for-10 in qualifying for the 2015 Women's World Cup but it is still waiting for its first victory ...
Three takeaways from New York-New England 
The New England Revolution made it three wins in three playoff games with a 2-1 win over the New York ...
Soccer on TV 
Aston Villa hosts Southampton in Monday action.
FC Dallas forward Akindele named top MLS rookie 
Tesho Akindele, who scored seven goals and added three assists for FC Dallas, earned the 2014 AT&T Rookie of the ...
NCAA Division I Men's Tournament Scoreboard 
[ROUNDUP: Sunday] German star Leo Stolz scored on a golden goal in the 97th minute with his second goal of ...
Anteaters stun Cardinal with first win in nine meetings 
[STANFORD-UC IRVINE: Men] Michael Sperber scored the first goal of his career in the 97th minute to lift UC Irvine ...
Musketeers advance on 'legendary day' 
[INDIANA-XAVIER: Men] Xavier beat No. 5 seed Indiana for the first time with a 2-1 win over the Hoosiers in ...
Retrievers make history with win over Terrapins 
[MARYLAND-UMBC: Men] UMBC snapped Maryland's streak of 12 consecutive trips to the round of 16 in the NCAA Division I ...
Three takeaways from LA Galaxy-Seattle 
The Western Conference finalists are separated by just one goal heading into the second leg in Seattle next Sunday. Here ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

id2 all-stars headed to Argentina in 2015
[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] The annual National Selection International Tour is heading to South America for the first time in program ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Paul Kennedy

Road to Vancouver: Germany spoils Wembley party
England went 10-for-10 in qualifying for the 2015 Women's World Cup but it is still waiting for its first victory ...
College Soccer Reporter

Gamecocks head to quarterfinals for first time
[NORTH CAROLINA-SOUTH CAROLINA: Women] For the first time, South Carolina is headed to the NCAA Division I women's quarterfinals. It ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

Bayern Makes its Move
One thing we hear a lot from the foreign clubs coming to the USA is how they're aiming to help ...
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When this sort of thing happens -- and it keeps happening in soccer -- you're left to ponder whether there is ever anything really new for the sport to explore.

"I thought Jermaine Jones reffed a good game today."

-- New York Red Bull Bradley Wright-Phillips after a 2-1 loss to the New England Revolution in Sunday's MLS first-leg semifinal. Wright-Phillips picked up a yellow card that suspends him for the second leg. New England's Jermaine Jones scored the winning goal after escaping with a yellow card for a flying two-footed, cleats-up foul from behind on Dax McCarty. (New York Daily News)