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MLS stars shine in Concacaf
College Soccer Reporter
Porter gets another win over alma mater
College Soccer Reporter
Cougars make name for themselves
College Soccer Reporter
Everything comes together for Sooners
Soccer America Daily
Poor U.S. midfield play costly
World Cup Watch
Cheer for the Benna Boys
Youth Soccer Reporter
Carolina connection powers Americans to world title
Soccer America Confidential
Jamaica setback raises serious concerns for USA
Soccer America Daily
USA's invincibility to be tested in Jamaica
Soccer America Daily
Veteran coaches lead USL PRO finalists
World Cup Watch
Americans make good elsewhere
Soccer America Daily
MLS sends 45 players off on qualifying duty
Soccer America Daily
Wilhelmsson bolsters loaded Galaxy midfield
College Soccer Reporter
Gabeljic delivers for Billikens
Soccer America Daily
Cristiano Ronaldo, unhappy and underpaid
Soccer America Daily
Klinsmann sticks with Torres
Soccer America Daily
Friedel remains No. 1 in Spurs goal
Soccer America Daily
Americans command more than $19 million
Youth Soccer Reporter
Brian and Ohai lead Americans into final
Soccer America Daily
Klinsmann open to playing Dempsey
Soccer America Daily
Boyd strikes twice, Jones hits golazo
Soccer America Daily
Sundhage is going to be missed
College Soccer Reporter
Terrapins dominate in all phases
College Soccer Reporter
Seminoles capture high-level derby
College Soccer Reporter
Bruins strike early, hold on for draw
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