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Downsizing works for the Red Bulls

It only seems like only yesterday that the New York Red Bulls fired Mike Petke, prompting fans to launch a #RedBullOut campaign and buy space on a billboard on I-280 near Red Bull Arena and voice their displeasure over the firing termed "disgraceful" and "shameful" and the general direction of the club owned by Austria-based Red Bull.

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The Omar Factor

Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez got his first start since the World Cup in a 2-0 defeat of Mexico,and now he waits to see what it means for his U.S. future.
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Forward thinking jumbles USA puzzle

Goals by Jordan Morris and Juan Agudelo illustrate the range of choices and decisions being faced by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann
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Experience counts for a lot, but youth will decide Women's World Cup

Change comes slowly in women's soccer. Jill Ellis was no Jurgen Klinsmann in picking her 23-player roster for this summer's Women's World Cup.
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Agudelo's journey takes him back to the national team

The youngest player ever to score for the USA is hoping the friendly against Mexico Wednesday marks a change in his fortunes.
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MLS gets its wish, and it's ugly -- parity

So, let's have a show of hands. Who says their favorite MLS team is playing well? OK, let's not have everyone raise his or her hand at once. We see a few hands reluctantly go up from the South Ward. Who'd have bet on the Red Bulls being unbeaten six weeks into the MLS season?
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Projecting Klinsmann's USA roster for Mexico game

The next friendly for the USA is against its bitterest rival and with a roster announcement expected soon the speculation is running wild.
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Philadelphia's troubles extend far beyond who's in goal

A sputtering attack and susceptibility on set plays have dragged the Union into last place.
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Making a Strong case for soccer

As lead soccer announcer for Fox Sports, John Strong has quickly moved onto the national stage from a modest beginning working high school events in Oregon.


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Jeff Plush on the NWSL: women's league plays long ball

It might not sound like much but the National Women's Soccer League, which begins its third season on Friday, is looking to the future.
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Whitecaps get their hands dirty

The LA Galaxy will sometimes have bad games -- and it has had its share at B.C. Place -- but it is rare that an opponent outplays it in every aspect of the game. Bruce Arena said the Vancouver Whitecaps did just that on Saturday, adding to their growing reputation around MLS with an emphatic 2-0 win that put them ...
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MLS: The Best of March

The first month of its 20th season marked a few more milestones for MLS as well as many notable moments.
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NASL searches for identity in growing marketplace

Set to begin its fifth season on Saturday, the North American Soccer League has a lot going for it.
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Veteran Larentowicz takes on new role

Nearly a dozen new players are with Chicago this season, and another change is that of veteran midfielder Jeff Larentowicz moving to centerback.
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Improved USA stops backward slide

If the USA didn't take a step forward Tuesday in its fourth friendly of year, at least it stopped a backward slide.
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