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David Nathanson Interview: Bundesliga, soccer's sea change and its growing relevance

Soccer has come a long way on American television over the last 40 years.

Bad day at the office or bad omen?

Brazil is Brazil, but still a 4-1 thrashing carved deep wounds into the pysche and persona of the U.S. slightly more than a month before its showdown match against Mexico.

MLS feels Gio effect as sports clout of Spanish-language networks grows

The landscape of sports television is changing. In an historic development, Univision Deportes announced on Friday that Spanish-language sports news program Contacto Deportivo, which airs at midnight on the Univision Network, had overtaken the midnight edition of ESPN SportsCenter, the king of all sports news shows, averaging 5 percent more viewers for the month of August.

Latest line on MLS MVP race: Giovinco, Feilhaber, Keane 1-2-3

The return of Obafemi Martins and a scoring burst by Robbie Keane has tightened up the MVP race, and numerous candidates are worthy of several major honors.

The great communicator speaks: 'You're uneducated'

When Sunil Gulati hired Jurgen Klinsmann in 2011, Klinsmann wasn't just handed the reins of the men's national team coach, he was given a bully-pulpit to speak out on what needs to be changed in American soccer.