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Soccer America Q&A: Falcons' Jim Smith on MLS Atlanta

Former Columbus Crew president/general manager Jim Smith is playing a major role in the launch of an MLS team in Atlanta, backed by Home Depot founder and NFL Falcons' owner Arthur Blank.
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Changes under Cassar are taking hold for Real Salt Lake

Real Salt Lake prides itself on continuity, yet for the past two seasons it has flourished despite significant change.
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Three takeaways from Czech Republic-USA

Alejandro Bedoya's goal and Nick Rimando's saves enabled the USA to kick off its post-2014 World Cup campaign by winning.
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USA-Czech Republic Player Ratings

Coach Jurgen Klinsmann's experimental squad -- he fielded only two 2014 World Cup regulars (Fabian Johnson and Alejandro Bedoya) -- came out of Prague with a 1-0 win over the Czech Republic.


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Toronto FC upheaval is all too familiar

It's official: Toronto FC has overtaken Chivas USA as the most dysfunctional team in MLS.
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FIFA's Putin problem

How is it that the latest issue of GQ ranks FIFA president Sepp Blatter as No. 3 on its top 10 list of sleaziest sports personalities -- behind only former Clippers owner Donald Sterling and former Patriots tight end and murder suspect Aaron Hernandez -- and no one wants him out?
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Twellman tops in study of six-year cycles

Edson Buddle is the eighth player to hit the century mark in MLS goals, but how does he stack up with the league's other top scorers in goals per game?
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Jones ratchets up prospects for the Revs

How radically does the acquisition of Jermaine Jones alter dynamics in the Eastern Conference? Quite a bit, and in different ways.
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Women's star power drives turf fight

It's a tribute to the star power of the U.S. women's national team that its fight to have grass installed at the six Canadian venues for next year's Women's World Cup has gained so much attention. It's also a testament to the blindness of FIFA higher-ups that the case of #GrassNotTurf won't die.
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'Cubo' brightens the gloom at Chivas USA

In a little more than a year, Erick 'Cubo' Torres has dazzled MLS with superb goals and a trademark celebration.
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Rout of Quakes marks another step forward for FC Dallas

FC Dallas is steadily erasing memories of last year's collapse and eighth-place finish.
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U.S. U-20 women's exit is wake-up call

What should we make of the USA's exit at the hands of North Korea in the quarterfinals of the Under-20 Women's World Cup?
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Is there truly a new way in San Jose?

The Earthquakes are hoping a midseason identity change can spur them into the playoffs for just the third time in the past seven seasons.
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Will the next Landon Donovan play in MLS?

MLS fans have four more months to watch Landon Donovan before he retires from soccer. He will leave as the greatest male player the United States has ever produced, and MLS has been lucky that he played all 14 seasons of his pro career in MLS. But will it be so lucky when the next Landon Donovan comes ...
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MLS's rise mirrors national trends

I got hooked on soccer many years ago because of my love of sports -- I was a big Mets fan dating back to their first season at the Polo Grounds -- and interest in world affairs.
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