Backline: Making keepers feel unbeatable
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Jul. 30, 4:08 p.m.
Olympics mark Coach Mulqueen's fourth world championship with U.S. goalies
Youth Beat: Selling shirts or star searching?
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Jul. 30, 3:46 p.m.
Foreign clubs are getting involved in American youth soccer, which makes one question what they're after and whether we want what they're offering.
MLS Midseason: Changes muddle Race
Posted by Ridge Mahoney on Jul. 30, 3:35 p.m.
It's never easy predicting the second half of an MLS season based on what transpired in the first three months, but playing Nostradamus this year is especially vexing.
Women's Olympics: Pia embraces change
Posted by Ridge Mahoney on Jul. 30, 3:29 p.m.
Swede Pia Sundhage, installed as U.S women's national team coach following the debacle at the 2007 Women's World Cup, has stressed the need for change.
Men's Olympic Guide:
Posted by Ridge Mahoney on Jul. 30, 3:08 p.m.
USA, Opponents, Stars, Men's Soccer Olympic Gold Medalists and Schedule.
Backline: Soccer is de Bontin's Passion
Posted by Soccer America on Jul. 7, 4:51 p.m.
After years of involvement in U.S. soccer, French-born Jerome de Bontin takes over at Monaco.
MLS: Second Wave of Argentines
Posted by Ridge Mahoney on Jul. 7, 4:46 p.m.
A fresh influx of South American players includes numerous Argentines who have taken spots on league rosters as MLS tries to upgrade its quality and intensity.
U.S. Soccer: Another Option at Outside Back
Posted by Ridge Mahoney on Jul. 7, 4:39 p.m.
A heavy schedule of games in 2007 opened the door for several hopefuls to make their mark with the national team, and one of the players to emerge was left back.
Americans Abroad: Exciting Season for U.S. Exports
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Jul. 7, 4:34 p.m.
Several Americans abroad suffered the indignity of relegation, but others helped their teams avoid the drop and four lifted trophies.
MLS: The Saving of Santino Quaranta
Posted by Ridge Mahoney on Jul. 7, 4:26 p.m.
By his own admission, Santino Quaranta should have been dead from all the drugs he took. He was a "full-blown addict" until he hit bottom last fall and sought treatment. With the help from friends, Quaranta is again playing in MLS.
Youth Beat: Will MLS Youth Investment Pay Off?
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Jul. 7, 4:16 p.m.
MLS clubs are buying into the notion that they can produce homegrown stars.