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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013
[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] The U.S. ODP Boys Winter Interregional for boys from the 1998 age group will take place Friday-Sunday at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. For the regional team rosters. Read the whole story
[ACADEMY SELECT GAMES] Goals by McKenzie Gaines and Ethan Zubak gave the Blue Team a 2-0 win over the Red Team in the U-15/16 Academy Select Game at Premier Sports Campus. The U-17/18 Select Game ended in a 0-0 draw. Read the whole story
[ECLIPSE SELECT] Chris King, Ohio Premier's technical director, has been hired by Illinois powerhouse Eclipse Select as its director of coaching. King spent 14 years with Ohio Premier, whose U-18s won the 2013 ECNL title. Read the whole story

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Some famous names made the Washington Post's All-Met high school teams. On the girls first-team All-Met were Karli Cirovski, daughter of Maryland coach Sasho Cirovski and 1991 Women's World Cup champion Shannon (Higgins) Cirovski, and Lauren Harkes, daughter of former U.S. captain John Harkes and former Virginia ... Read the whole story

Richie Williams Q&A: On beating England, Brazil -- and Bradenton's Future

In an extraordinary week for the U.S. U-17 boys national team, Coach Richie Williams' team beat England, 5-1, and Brazil, 4-1, to lift the Nike Friendlies title. We spoke with Williams, who has headed the U-17s and the Bradenton Residency Program since January 2012, of the triumph, which comes in the wake of the U-17s' failure to qualify for the 2013 U-17 World Cup. ...More

The U-17s, the numbers game and an MLS dilemma

So what should we make of the U.S. U-17s' 4-1 win over Brazil Friday at the Nike International Friendlies? You could say they beat Alexandre Gallo's young Brazilians so badly that they gave up. After a second red card with five minutes to play, the Brazilians stood at the midfield line and refused to challenge the ball handler. Sort of like the end of a basketball game, only we're talking minutes, not seconds. ...More



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