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Dwyer Trade: Sporting KC reaps benefits of record deal 
Sporting Kansas City hit the jackpot in terms of allocation money, receiving upwards of $1.6 million from Orlando City for ...
First things first: USA seeks more Gold Cup hardware 
A lot has been written about what the 2017 Gold Cup means for the USA and its players going forward. ...
Scouting Report: U.S. strategy to counter Jamaica threat 
While Jamaica's 1-0 victory over Mexico in the semifinals killed the prospect of a sixth USA-Mexico final in the Gold ...
Making a List: Multiple U.S. Gold Cup champions 
Of the 23 players on the U.S. roster, only Clint Dempsey has played in and won more than one Gold ...
Michael Bradley, the leader, seeks a trophy 
The youngest and the oldest players on the U.S. national team - and the head coach -- speak very similarly ...
Michael Bradley, the leader, seeks a trophy
by Mike Woitalla on Tuesday, Jul 25, 2017 10:35 PM EDT
Photo The youngest and the oldest players on the U.S. national team - and the head coach -- speak very similarly about captain Michael Bradley, who on Wednesday aims to lead the USA to the 2017 Gold Cup title.  
Crowd Count: Top 10 U.S. soccer crowds (2017) 
The International Champions Cup, the summer exhibition circuit, continues to draw big crowds. The top three soccer crowds on U.S. ...
Euro 2017: Germany beats Russia to reach quarters 
Germany reached the quarterfinals of the Women's Euro 2017 with a 2-0 win over Russia 2-0 to finish on top ...
Spanish federation president suspended 
Jailed Spanish soccer federation president Angel Maria Villar, at the helm since 1988, has been suspended for a year by ...
Chelsea sends Kenedy home from Asia for offensive comments 
Chelsea winger Kenedy, who posted a photo on Instagram of sleeping security guard with the caption, "Wake up China. You ...
Mueller scores twice as Bayern beats Chelsea 
Thomas Mueller scored twice in Bayern Munich's 3-2 win over Chelsea 3-2 in a Singapore friendly. Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti ...
Miazga adds his name to deep U.S. centerback pool 
Just how deep is the competition at centerback on the current U.S. team? Three winners of the MLS Defender of ...
Video Pick: The USA's Gold Cup golazos 
The USA scored 11 goals en route to the Gold Cup final. Fox Soccer's Top 5 video, including field-level coverage, ...
By the Numbers: USA at the Gold Cup 
Bruce Arena will become the first coach to win three Gold Cup titles if the USA beats Jamaica in Wednesday's ...
What They're Saying: Bruce Arena 
"I am getting sick of Jamaica being in the final. You got to have more parity in the tournament." -- ...
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Jordan Canniff, who is aiming to play in her second U-17 World Cup, scored three goals in the U-16 CFA ...
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Michael Bradley, the leader, seeks a trophy
The youngest and the oldest players on the U.S. national team - and the head coach -- speak very similarly ...
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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.

"I know for sure they are going to be watching tapes of our games, but I suspect they are going to take us lightly, knowing that they are America and they think they are world giants and that's good for us. We want to go into the game as underdogs and prove to the world what we can do."

-- MLS veteran defender Jermaine Taylor, relishing the underdog status Jamaica will take into the Gold Cup final against the USA, which he added has less to offer than Mexico, which fell to the Reggae Boyz, 1-0, in the semifinals. (Jamaica Observer)