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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Sunday, May 18, 2014
[RALEIGH CAMP] With U.S. under-20 national team coach Tab Ramos at the senior national team's World Cup camp, Chicago Fire technical director Brian Bliss, Ramos' U-20 assistant, will be in charge for the U-20s' camp May 17-25 at N.C. State State University in Raleigh, N.C. Read the whole story
[ZAGREB CAMP] New U.S. under-14 national team boys coach Brian Johnson has called in 22 players for the team's training camp May 15-25 in Zagreb, Croatia. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] For the second time in three years, a Ghanaian exchange student from Dunn School in Los Olivos, Calif., is the Gatorade National Boys Soccer Player of the Year. After Ema Boateng in 2011-12, UCLA-bound Abu Danladi is the 2013-14 recipient. Read the whole story

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Derrick Z. Jackson writes that scientific research increasingly suggests it's time to discuss a ban on heading in soccer, particularly on the youth level. While not as relentlessly violent as football - girls' soccer is still, by total numbers, the nation's second-leading source of sports-related concussions on the high ... Read the whole story
SoccerNation.com
Diane Scavuzzo's interview with Carlsbad United FC coach Pam Kalinoski includes the question on whether the genders call for a different approach. "I think a lot of the difference stems from the delivery of information and the way you coach them. Often girls need to be raised up or ... Read the whole story

German 'Tank' aims to serve on U.S. frontline

As Terrence Boyd stops to speak with reporters on the first day of the USA's pre-World Cup training camp at Stanford University he quickly makes an impression on various levels. ...More

Catching college coaches' eyes at tournament play

The opening whistle blows. The ball gets dropped back to you. Your first touch isn't so good and the ball slips away. You scramble to it just before a defender gets there, but you hit it awkwardly and it bends out of bounds. Uh oh. ...More



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