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Quakes put down roots, ending more than 40 years of homelessness

Homeless no more, San Jose joins the ranks of pro soccer teams with their own place to play.
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More to MLS labor imbalance than no free agency

As negotiators meet in Washington in attempt to reach an agreement that will avert MLS's first work stoppage, the major issue appears to be free agency.
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Can these U-17s be the new 99ers?

In 1999, the USA, with a team that included Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley, finished fourth at the U-17 World Cup in New Zealand. Never before the 1999 tournament had the USA won a game in the knockout stage of the U-17 World Cup -- and never since.
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Soccer and labor strife: It's never about the money

As American sports go, pro soccer has had relative labor peace. Since the only work stoppage -- the NASL strike of 1979 -- there have been two NFL strikes and one lockout, three NBA lockouts and one NHL strike and three lockouts.
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Solo still has chance to prove people wrong

Just how much more rope is U.S. Soccer willing to give Hope Solo?
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Hamid becomes a student of the game

Like for most good goalkeepers, D.C. United's Bill Hamid will tell you the biggest improvement he has made is how he reads the game.
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Three takeaways from Southampton-Liverpool

A match rife with refereeing controversies ended in a vital 2-0 victory for Liverpool over Southampton Sunday.
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Late call from U.S. is no problem for Hedges

FC Dallas defender Matt Hedges reached a milestone last year when named team captain and he notched another one in February by debuting for the national team.
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Three takeaways from Schalke 04-Real Madrid

Real Madrid's Champions League title defense remained on course with a 2-0 away win against Schalke in a first-leg round of 16 clash. For the German club, the loss most likely means the end of its long-shot hopes, but it was a marked improvement from the last time these teams met.
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Three takeaways from PSG-Chelsea

Chelsea returned to its pragmatic ways and rode the goalkeeping of Thibaut Courtois to tie Paris St. Germain, 1-1, Tuesday in the Champions League.
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It's time to shutter January camp

January camp, a tradition of the U.S. men's national team program for more than a quarter century, has run its course.<
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Three takeaways from England-USA

Playing against an England team that seemed to field no offense, the U.S. women still needed a stroke of luck in its 1-0 win in Milton Keynes on Friday.
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Sunil Gulati: 'We think the Olympics is important, full stop'

U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati discusses the men's Olympic program, the recent U-20s' performance, and where the women's team stands.
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Third Rail ready to rock Yankee Stadium

MLS, entering its 20th season, has arrived in New York City, the nation's most populous city that doesn't even have an NFL team playing within its borders.
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Mike Jacobs Q&A: The new pathways to the pros

After nine years as the men's head coach at Evansville, Mike Jacobs left after the 2014 season to become vice president, league development, at the USL.
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