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Roster: U.S. U-20 women head to England & Germany  
Coach Jitka Klimkova is taking a U.S. U-20 women's national team squad of 24 on a four-game European tour June ...
Gold Cup: Six players who could benefit from big summers 
In Bruce Arena's first two World Cup cycles, players like DaMarcus Beasley and Clint Dempsey (still in the mix!) used ...
USL Rewind: Battery's Williams takes scoring lead 
Romario Williams took over the USL scoring lead ahead of fellow Jamaican Dane Kelly (Reno) by bagging his 12th and ...
Datebook: Open Cup round-of-16 schedule (streaming) 
The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup moves into the round of 16 on Tuesday when FC Dallas host the Colorado ...
NASL: Demba Ba is part owner of new San Diego team 
The NASL has announced the addition of a San Diego-based club, which will begin play in the 2018 NASL Spring ...
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Gold Cup: Six players who could benefit from big summers
by Paul Kennedy on Tuesday, Jun 27, 2017 4:23 AM EDT
Photo In Bruce Arena's first two World Cup cycles, players like DaMarcus Beasley and Clint Dempsey (still in the mix!) used the pre-World Cup Gold Cup as a stepping stone to solidify spots on the national team. We've singled out six players on the 2017 Gold Cup team who have a lot to gain from strong tournaments.  
What They're Saying: Miguel Layun 
"We believe in him because he believes in us. It's difficult to understand that someone from outside believes in us ...
MLS Power Rankings: Busy week yields little movement 
The top four teams held their places by winning and mixed results for most of the teams that played twice ...
NWSL Rewind: Ohai 'devastated' by knee injury 
Houston Dash forward Kealia Ohai, who tied for the most goals in the NWSL with 11 in 2016, was lost ...
What They're Saying: Massimo Busacca 
"Up until now, decision are made in the heat of the moment. This is a new way to decide, without ...
Michael Garcia of FIFA fame is back in the news 
The last time Michael Garcia was in the news was six weeks ago when he was interviewed for the job ...
Della Valle family is ready to sell Fiorentina 
The owners of Fiorentina are the latest Italian soccer owners wanting to sell The Della Valle family said in a ...
De Boer excited to 'spend a lot of money' at Crystal Palace 
Dutchman Frank de Boer, who has signed a three-year deal as Crystal Palace manager in place of Sam Allardyce, says ...
Germain follows in footsteps of father to Marseille 
French forward Valere Germain has left Monaco, where he scored 10 goals in its 2016-17 Ligue 1 championship season, to ...
Confederations Cup: Mexico downplays Chicharito injury concerns 
When Mexico star Javier Hernandez trained on his own Monday in the final practice session before El Tri departed for ...
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Southern Californian Kennedy Wesley is national girls player of the year
Kennedy Wesley, who played for the USA at the 2016 U-17 World Cup and is eligible for the 2018 U-17 ...
Soccer America Confidential:
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Thank you, Tony DiCicco
I've often been told that I am very fortunate to have the job of soccer journalist, and I agree, for ...
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 ...
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Tennessee SC's Ronnie Woodard: 'Start teaching and stop yelling'
Last year marked the first time a club from Tennessee won a U.S. Youth Soccer national championship. Coached by Ronnie ...
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The Gnat's Eyebrow and other VAR stupidities
The trial of video-assistance for referees currently under way at the Confederations Cup in Russia cannot be said to have cleared anything up. There remains a good deal of confusion.

"We believe in him because he believes in us. It's difficult to understand that someone from outside believes in us more than people from [Mexico]."

-- Defender Miguel Layun backing the Mexican national team's Colombian coach, Juan Carlos Osorio, who has come in for heavy criticism from the Mexican press despite El Tri's unbeaten run to the semifinals at the Confederations Cup. (ESPN FC)


Ochoa wants to stay in La Liga