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Scots wha hae! Thoughts on the sad and ominous decline of Scottish soccer 
I note, with considerable exasperation tempered by sadness, that Scottish soccer is experimenting with a marvelous new scheme for eliminating ...
Soccer on TV 
On Saturday the English FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea will be played and there are also cup finals ...
Stadium roof closed for UCL final because of fear of drone attack 
The Welsh Football Association has ordered the roof at Cardiff's National Stadium of Wales be closed for the UEFA Champions ...
Longer contract, more funds for Conte and the 'new generation' at Chelsea 
Chelsea is not standing still after capturing the Premier League title in its first season under manager Antonio Conte. Some ...
Tab Ramos: We ran them into the ground 
In its second game of the U-20 World Cup, after opening with a 3-3 tie against South America runner-up Ecuador, ...
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USMNT: Breaking down the June player options
by Paul Kennedy on Thursday, May 25, 2017 11:19 PM EDT
Photo Bruce Arena and his staff are likely in the final stages of roster-building for the USA's three games in June. This weekend's games won't likely change their opinion about who'll be called up, but they'll have their fingers crossed that no one gets hurt.  
What They're Saying: Frank Baumann 
"We've been watching him for quite some time. Josh is one of the greatest talents in his year in the ...
Josh Sargent: The pride of soccer-rich St. Louis 
How did 17-year-old American Josh Sargent become one of the soccer world's most exciting young prospects?
Gignac's 'impeccable' finishing earns praise from Chivas coach Almeyda 
Frenchman Andre-Pierre Gignac kept Tigres' chances of sweeping the two halves of the Liga MX alive when he scored twice ...
Scoreboard: U-20 World Cup 
England won Group A at the Under-20 World Cup when it beat host South Korea and Mexico took second place ...
U.S. Abroad: Cameron gets Stoke City extension 
Geoff Cameron has signed a contract extension with Stoke City that will keep him at the Premier League club through ...
Bernardo Silva: You don't say no to Pep 
Portuguese midfielder Bernardo Silva, a key player for Monaco during its spectacular 2016-17 season, will leave France for Manchester City. ...
Report: LAFC-Chicharito talks cool, per sources 
MLS expansion team Los Angeles FC would like to make a big splash for its 2018 debut, and Mexico international ...
Spanish players' union urges end to afternoon games 
The Spanish players' union wants the Spanish league's governing body to have afternoon games banned in the summer to avoid ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


U.S. U-19 women fall to Japan's U-20s
The U.S. U-19 women's national team, coached by Keri Sarver, fell, 1-0, to Japan's U-20s in Carson, California.
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Surprise and euphoria give way to the long, hard slog for Seattle Sounders
Ten games into the 2017 season, defending champion Seattle is scuffling below the playoff tier against a lineup of injuries ...
College Soccer Reporter

NSCAA All-Americans: Junior College Division III
Richland sophomore Mikkel Rohde and Diablo Valley sophomore Katie McLaughlin were named the 2016 NSCAA Junior College Division III Men's ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Josh Sargent: The pride of soccer-rich St. Louis
How did 17-year-old American Josh Sargent become one of the soccer world's most exciting young prospects?
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Scots wha hae! Thoughts on the sad and ominous decline of Scottish soccer
I note, with considerable exasperation tempered by sadness, that Scottish soccer is experimenting with a marvelous new scheme for eliminating diving from their game.

"We've been watching him for quite some time. Josh is one of the greatest talents in his year in the U.S. He has aroused the interest of many well-known clubs through his achievements, so a commitment is rather unrealistic."

-- Werder Bremen sporting director Frank Baumann on 17-year-old Josh Sargent, the star of the USA's U-20 World Cup team. FIFA transfer rules prevent Sargent from signing with a foreign club until he turns 18 in February 2018. (Weser Kurier in German)