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FIFA hearing: Power, politics, the two-choice equation and why U.S. Soccer sells itself short

According to U.S. Soccer's latest Form 990 return, secretary general Dan Flynn was its second highest-paid employee after Jurgen Klinsmann with compensation of $630,459.
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Major roster changes reflect concerns over U.S. play at Gold Cup

Tepid performances in the group phase prompted U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann to bring on DaMarcus Beasley, Joe Corona and Alan Gordon for the knockout rounds.

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U.S. Soccer in the Senate hot seat over FIFAGate

Drip. Drip. Drip. That's the sound, day after day, of new revelations into FIFAGate, the massive bribery scandal that resulted in indictments against 14 FIFA officials and sports marketing executives in May.
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New York gives U.S. world champions their own parade

It isn't every day that someone gives you a parade.
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Targeted Allocation Money joins MLS family of strangeness but it just might work

Yet another method by which MLS teams can add players and confuse observers has been adopted,
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Final U.S. women's report card: Steady backline led class

After the USA's amazing 5-2 final win over Japan, in which it had a 2-0 edge after five minutes and a 4-0 lead after 16 minutes, it's easy to forget that the Americans were slow out of the gate at the 2015 Women's World Cup.
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USA dominates our Women's World Cup Best XI

The USA's depth of talent carried it to its third Women's World Cup title. Seven Americans figure in our Women's World Cup Best XI, and the four other starters in the final all had outstanding tournaments.
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Watching a gem being formed in the blink of an eye

There's nothing like a good coffee joint with a long line to catch you up on the talk of town.
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Record TV audience will be great, but it's still all about building base

One of the big winners when the USA beat Germany, 2-0, in Tuesday's semifinals at the Women's World Cup was Fox.
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Our MLS Best of June awards

Who's leading the MVP race? Which goals stood out? Is there a favorite for Rookie of the Year? As MLS hits its midway point of the season, these questions and many others are addressed.

A month packed with league matches and Open Cup games stretched the depth of many teams, and even a team as experienced as the Galaxy suffered ...
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USA rides talent -- more than luck -- into final

You need luck to win a major tournament like the Women's World Cup -- and the USA certainly got it on Tuesday -- but you're not going to win without talent.
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USA and Germany share hotel at Women's World Cup -- and much more

The Women's World Cup participants have pointed out another way in which FIFA treats them differently than the men. Besides having to play on artificial turf, opponents in Canada are sharing hotels.

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'Wow' moments are in short supply so far at Women's World Cup

I am holding out hope for the 2015 Women's World Cup, but so far, I must admit, I have been disappointed.


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Five reasons I'm rooting for France

France plays Germany Friday afternoon in the must-watch match of the Women's Women's World Cup. Most consider them the two best teams of the tournament, but FIFA in its eternal wisdom placed them on the same side of the bracket in the quarterfinals. I'll let you in on my little secret: I'll be cheering for the Bleues.


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A special moment for Robbie Rogers

More than two years after signing with the Galaxy as the first openly gay player in MLS, Robbie Rogers scored his first goal since 2011. It came on the Galaxy's Pride Night.
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