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MLS Playoffs: Teams limp into Knockout Round 
Between them, the LA Galaxy and Real Salt Lake have made 11 MLS Cup appearances and won six league titles. ...
Double DUII arrests add to Portland's nightmare week 
In the space of a week, the Portland Timbers, the 2015 MLS champions, failed to reach the 2016 playoffs and ...
USL Expansion: Tampa Bay and Ottawa leave NASL 
As the USL and MLS grow, the NASL shrinks. From its membership of 12 teams for the current season at ...
MLS: Pending Barnetta exit adds incentive for Union 
Of the 12 playoff qualifiers, Philadelphia compiled the fewest points (42) and drew a daunting match in the Knockout Round ...
U.S. Abroad: Big night for Americans in DFB Pokal 
Bobby Wood scored two goals for Hamburg, his first since the second week of the Bundesliga season, and Fabian Johnson ...
Double DUII arrests add to Portland's nightmare week
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, Oct 25, 2016 5:13 PM EDT
Photo In the space of a week, the Portland Timbers, the 2015 MLS champions, failed to reach the 2016 playoffs and were eliminated from the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League. The nightmare week got worst Monday night when Timbers captain Liam Ridgewell and starting goalkeeper Jake Gleeson were both arrested on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants. How could two players be booked for DUII?  
Why Man United failure would be just fine  
Let's hope Manchester City defeats Manchester United on Wednesday, because it could hasten the departure of Jose Mourinho, a man ...
What They're Saying: Sacramento planning and design commissioner Cornelious Burke 
"This project in my opinion is a game changer." -- Sacramento planning and design commissioner Cornelious Burke on recommending approval ...
Video Pick: A fowl field invasion 
A duck's crash landing interrupted a Bulgarian league game despite goalkeeper Nikolay Bankov's best efforts to urge the drake's exit ...
Soccer on TV 
Manchester rivals City and United tangle in the EPL Cup on Wednesday, which also features the start of the MLS ...
MLS Moves: Jahn's goals net him new contract in Columbus 
A rough season for Crew SC did yield some hope for the future, and as part of its rebuild the ...
Leverkusen stunned by third division Lotte 
Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen was knocked out of the German Cup by third division Sportfreunde Lotte, which came back twice ...
Sturridge strikes twice as Liverpool downs Spurs 
Daniel Sturridge, who has struggled to impress Coach Juergen Klopp, sent Liverpool into the English League Cup quarterfinals with both ...
Video Pick: Sweet solo strike from Leipzig 
One of the reasons newly promoted RB Leipzig is only two points behind Bundesliga leader Bayern Munich is Guinean midfielder ...
Video Pick: Carlos Alberto's wonder goal 
Carlos Alberto, who died at age 72 on Tuesday, scored one of the greatest World Cup goals ever, finishing off ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
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U.S. U-18 women beat Northern Ireland
The U.S. U-18 women's national team beat host Northern Ireland, 3-0, to finish second at the Women's International Cup.
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

MLS Awards: Giovinco leads list of MVP candidates
Voting closed Monday for the MLS individual awards and without knowing who the three finalists will be in each category, ...
College Soccer Reporter

Soccer America Men's Top 25
There was no change in the top three in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings as unbeaten Maryland, North ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla

U.S. U-17 boys Residency Program welcomes 11 newcomers
Coach John Hackworth made 11 changes to the 32-player roster for the U-17 Residency Program for the fall semester from ...
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The Mauro Diaz tragedy: MLS at fault
So we've seen the last of Mauro Diaz for this season. He will not be part of the Dallas bid for the MLS title. A serious injury -- ruptured Achilles apparently -- will keep him sidelined for months.

"Carlos Alberto was like a brother to me, one of my best friends."

-- Former German great Franz Beckenbauer on Brazilian Carlos Alberto, who died of a heart attack on Tuesday. Beckenbauer captained West Germany to the 1974 World Cup title four years after Alberto captained Brazil to its third world championship. In 1977, they joined the New York Cosmos, where they played four seasons together. (Twitter @beckenbauer)