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Soccer on TV 
On Friday Toronto hosts Houston in a cross-conference clash and there are league games in France, Spain, Germany and Mexico.
Injured Player? Take Safe Steps in the Return-To-Play Decision 
One of the toughest decisions in youth sports is determining when a player who has suffered an injury is ready ...
MLS: Revs' Dorchester stadium plans stall 
Talks between the Kraft Group, owner of the New England Revolution, and the University of Massachusetts to build a 20,000-seat ...
Video Pick: Keeper catches cross, scores with punt 
Bolivar goalkeeper Matias Dituro scored a super long-distance goal against Club San Jose. After snatching a high ball from midfield, ...
Hey Coach, set a good example: Use and share sunscreen 
In several published studies it's been shown that only about 20% of outdoor sport athletes routinely use proper sunscreen for ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Money Matters: MLS's most-valuable goal producers
by Paul Kennedy on Friday, Apr 28, 2017 4:34 AM EDT
Photo With the release of 2017 MLS player salaries by the MLS Players Union, it's time to look at who have been the most productive players. The obvious choice for the most productive player is Orlando City's Cyle Larin (six goals on guaranteed compensation of only $192,000 a year). But the most productive player is a Homegrown player making just above the minimum salary.  
USL Discipline: Djiby Fall suspended for biting opponent 
Senegalese striker Djiby Fall has certainly made a name for himself around the USL since joining FC Cincinnati. He leads ...
MLS Weekend: Three Games to Watch 
FC Dallas hosts Portland in a showdown of the top two Western Conference teams, former Red Bulls stalwart Dax McCarty ...
What They're Saying: Bastian Schweinsteiger 
"I would say around 70 percent. It's still in the game you feel like you want to do something and ...
U.S. U-15 boys lose to England after two wins 
The U.S. U-15 boys national team, coached by Dave Van Den Bergh, fell 3-2 to England at the Torneo Delle ...
What They're Saying: Giovani dos Santos 
"I have felt really good this season even though things haven't turned out the way we thought. But physically I ...
Results: Concacaf U-17 World Cup Qualifying  
Host Panama beat Curacao, 1-0, on Thursday to finish atop Group A, which means Los Canaleros will be grouped with ...
They're back! FIFA scandals enter new territory 
It seemed like eons ago that Swiss police showed up (the first time) at 6 a.m. at the five-star Baur ...
China's Guangzhou Evergrande charged after fans unfurl 'Annihilate British Dogs' banner 
The Asian Football Confederation has charged two-time Asian champion Guangzhou Evergrande with breaking ethics rules and improper fan behavior after ...
Arsenal's Koscielny injured again -- could miss derby at Spurs 
French Laurent Koscielny has already missed time this season for thigh and Achilles injuries and he could miss Arsenal's trip ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Roster: U.S. U-18 women train in Chula Vista
U.S. Soccer Development coach Jaime Frias is running a 24-player camp for the U.S. U-18 women's national team April 15-22 ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


FC Dallas is adding to the tasks of Kellyn Acosta in Diaz's absence
Several FCD players are stepping up their games in the absence of playmaker Mauro Diaz, who suffered a severe Achilles ...
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


Injured Player? Take Safe Steps in the Return-To-Play Decision
One of the toughest decisions in youth sports is determining when a player who has suffered an injury is ready ...
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Wenger must stay -- even the stats agree
Arsene Wenger should stay. That's what I think. And I think that way because I respect his unflinching devotion to skillful and entertaining soccer.

"I would say around 70 percent. It's still in the game you feel like you want to do something and you can't really do it because of the energy. I tried to, of course, play with my brain. My brain is 100 percent so that's working. I feel as a player if you are in a rhythm -- you know has it is -- you play 20 games in a row you have a better rhythm or feeling for the game."

-- Bastian Schweinsteiger on where he feels he is in terms of his fitness after four games with the Chicago Fire for which he has scored two goals and added one assist. (Chicago Fire Weekly)