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In club friendlies on Friday West Ham plays Werder Bremen and Borussia Dortmund meets Espanyol ... on Saturday Sigi Schmid ...
Crowd Count: ICC match shatters LA Coliseum record 
The International Champions Cup match between Real Madrid and Manchester City drew 93,098 fans at the LA Coliseum, setting a ...
Video Pick: Jordan Morris' winning touch for USA 
Jordan Morris' winning goal in the Gold Cup final was his the fifth for the USA. Four of five of ...
ToN: Australia beats USA for first time in 28 games 
The USA's 27-game unbeaten record against Australia -- the longest against any opponent in program history -- ended when the ...
Bob Bradley returns home to take charge of LAFC 
Twenty years after his first job as the head coach of an MLS expansion team, Bob Bradley will take charge ...
Onalfo out, Sigi in: Why Galaxy moves happened now
by Ridge Mahoney on Friday, Jul 28, 2017 12:41 AM EDT
Photo For the third time in less than a year, the signing of a Designated Player has dovetailed with the firing of a head coach. On Thursday, the Galaxy announced the hiring of Sigi Schmid to replace the just-fired Curt Onalfo hours before the widely reported transfer of Jonathan Dos Santos became official.  
Onalfo out, Sigi in: Why Galaxy moves happened now 
For the third time in less than a year, the signing of a Designated Player has dovetailed with the firing ...
San Francisco Deltas owner warns about poor crowds 
The San Francisco Deltas finished second in the NASL spring season, an encouraging start for the expansion team, but poor ...
What They're Saying: Josep Maria Bartomeu 
"Because at the end, this is a good business for both teams." -- Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu on why ...
England, Japan and the USA -- the relationship between league and federation 
In my last article, Soccer Made in Germany, I have discussed the success story of German MNT and the lessons ...
What They're Saying: Jurgen Klinsmann  
"He could have signed with any MLS team. They all got in touch. But his goal has always been to ...
Sigi Schmid is back -- replaces Onalfo at Galaxy 
The Los Angeles Galaxy has sacked Clint Onalfo, who took over as head coach for the 2017 season, and has ...
UCL Qualifying: Horvath's Club Brugge rallies for 3-3 tie 
Ethan Horvath opened the 2017-18 season for Club Brugge in a 3-3 tie with Istanbul Basaksehir. Brugge needed a goal ...
Juventus turns down bids for Dybala 
Argentine forward Paulo Dybala is one of the hottest forwards in Europe, linked with a big-money move to Barcelona, but ...
Euro 2017: England sweeps group play 
England won Group D at Euro 2017 with a 2-1 win over Portugal and will face France in the quarterfinals. ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla

Jordan Canniff scores three for U.S. U-17 girls in China
Jordan Canniff, who is aiming to play in her second U-17 World Cup, scored three goals in the U-16 CFA ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney

'Lots of guys' step up as USA earns sixth Gold Cup title
The day before taking on Jamaica in the 2017 Gold Cup final, U.S. defender Omar Gonzalez firmly put things into ...
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:
Dev Mishra

Review your Emergency Action Plan
An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a written set of systems and processes that are followed if a serious health ...
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Chuck Blazer 1945-2017: The Fatally Flawed Friend
The tragedy that was Chuck Blazer is now over. And tragedy it assuredly was, a good man destroyed by his own excesses, a man capable of wondrous warmth and humanity who ended up vilified as The Soccer Rat.

"Because at the end, this is a good business for both teams."

-- Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu on why Barcelona and Real Madrid agreed to play what he terms the "friendly Clasico," Saturday's rare off-site match in Miami in the International Champions Cup. (New York Times)