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MIKE WOITALLA
  • Mike Woitalla is the Executive Editor of Soccer America Magazine and has written freelance articles about soccer for more than 30 media outlets in eight nations. The winner of six NSCAA Writing Contest awards, he has covered soccer in 18 countries and is the co-author of former U.S. captain Claudio Reyna's book, "More Than Goals."
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Strong support for Sporting KC
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Sorry, Canada, the ref was right
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High drama, great goals, a step closer to glory
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Eddie Johnson: 10 goals; seven headers
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High school ban hits hard in Manhattan
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