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Soccer on TV 
On Tuesday Mexico and Germany tangle in the FIFA U-20 World Cup. On Wednesday Ajax and Manchester United meet in ...
Season Review: Big year for Yanks in Europe 
Much of the spotlight on Americans in Europe was on 18-year-old Christian Pulisic, who continued to break barriers at Borussia ...
NASL Rewind: Miami rolls on with road win  
Miami FC won its fourth straight game, 2-0, at winless Indy Eleven. Week 9's other two games were also won ...
USL Rewind: Unbeaten San Antonio wins again 
San Antonio FC as the only USL team without a defeat thanks to a 1-0 win over Phoenix Rising FC ...
What They're Saying: Sam Craven 
"When we first started in 2011, the best players wanting to head to the USA were released scholars from lower ...
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Season Review: Big year for Yanks in Europe
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 4:57 AM EDT
Photo Much of the spotlight on Americans in Europe was on 18-year-old Christian Pulisic, who continued to break barriers at Borussia Dortmund. But he was not alone to have a strong season in Europe, giving U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena plenty of choices for the June qualifiers.  
MLS Power Rankings: Fire and Union climb charts 
Double-win weeks for the Chicago Fire and Philadelphia Union vaulted them up Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings, and a pair ...
NWSL Rewind: Spirit's struggles continue in Pugh debut 
Mallory Pugh made her debut for the Washington Spirit in front of a hometown crowd of 3,714 fans, but the ...
Video Pick: Gio's flying volley leads MLS golazos 
We think this is the best collection of MLS Goal of the Week nominees so far this season. Gio dos ...
Moyes' days in EPL may be over 
After one season, Scotsman David Moyes resigned as manager of EPL club Sunderland. The move followed the Black Cats' relegation ...
An imperfect but promising start by USA at U-20 World Cup 
Hosted by South Korea, the U-20 World Cup games air in the USA in the middle of the night or ...
What They're Saying: Andrew Carleton 
"It's pretty crazy to play somebody after watching that.” — Andrew Carleton, who at 16 made his Atlanta United debut ...
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.
Scoreboard: U-20 World Cup 
Senegal, the 2015 U-20 World Cup semifinalist, took the lead in Group F at the 2017 U-20 World Cup after ...
Making a List: Youngest U.S. scorers at U-20 World Cup  
Josh Sargent, the 17-year-old Missouri product who is still eligible for the U-17 World Cup, became the youngest U.S. player ...
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


Venerable Queens club BW Gottschee going strong thanks to Ben Boehm
It's a Sunday morning in Queens and Ben Boehm is smiling like a man about to spend a day doing ...
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"When we first started in 2011, the best players wanting to head to the USA were released scholars from lower and non-league clubs and boys from top sports colleges. Five years on, the majority of players we sign are coming from U-18 and U-23 Premier League teams -- it's great to see."

-- Sam Craven, whose Vertex Soccer places English players at U.S. colleges, on the heightened interest in young Englishmen to pursue their pro soccer dreams in the United States following the success of the likes of Dom Dwyer and Jack Harrison. (Daily Telegraph)


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