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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Sunday, May 25, 2014
[FRANCE TRIP] The U.S. under-20 women's national team will travel to northwest France for two matches against highly regarded France on June 10 in Plabennec and June 13 in Plougastel as it continues preparations for the 2014 U-20 Women's World Cup in Canada in August. Three high school players have ... Read the whole story
[USA UNDER-20 MEN] The U.S. under-20 men's national team wrapped up its camp in Raleigh, N.C., with a 4-2 loss to USL PRO's Wilmington Hammerheads on Saturday night. Earlier in the week, the U-20s fell to the NASL's Carolina RailHawks, 2-1, and beat their NPSL U-23s, 1-0, on an 18th-minute ... Read the whole story
[USA UNDER-14 BOYS] The U.S. under-14 boys national team drew twice with Croatia in Zagreb, rallying for a 2-2 tie on Monday and then earning a 1-1 tie two days later. Read the whole story
[SUENO MLS 2014] Johnny Chavarria, a 16-year-old defender from Las Vegas, Nevada, won Sueno MLS 2014, the nationally televised search that culminated Sunday with the national showcase. Read the whole story

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Dewayne Gilpatrick, a 37-year-old youth coach with Strike FC Wisconsin and former U.S. futsal international, was arrested for felony possession of heroin after he had overdosed and was found by his child's mother when she arrived to pick up their child. Police administered a drug used to counteract ... Read the whole story

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"There is still a lack of information to make a recommendation one way or the other. The problem with banning heading is you'd have kids running out of the way of balls, and they might be banging into each other that way." -- Mike Singleton, executive director of Massachusetts Youth Soccer and head men's soccer coach at MIT, on whether to ban heading in youth soccer. (Boston Globe) ...More


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