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Datebook: Hexagonal Matchday 4 
Hexagonal leader Mexico will be without Rafael Marquez and Jurgen Damn, who are sidelined with injuries, for its match at ...
TV Report: USA-Honduras draws 1 million viewers 
Friday's USA-Honduras match averaged 1,025,000 for English-language and Spanish-language coverage on FS1 and UniMas/UDN. The Mexico-Costa Rica game on Univision ...
USL Rewind: Ex-Sounder Ochoa sparks Sac comeback 
The seventh USL season kicked off last weekend with some big crowds, new facilities and a player very much at ...
USA-Panama: Multiple changes likely despite big win 
A 6-0 thrashing of Honduras has re-started the U.S. World Cup qualifying campaign, and the Americans are in Panama City ...
USWNT: Knee injury sidelines Brian for Russia series 
Houston Dash midfielder Morgan Brian, a starter on the U.S. women's national team for the last three years, has been ...
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USA-Panama: Multiple changes likely despite big win
by Ridge Mahoney on Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017 5:04 AM EDT
Photo A 6-0 thrashing of Honduras has re-started the U.S. World Cup qualifying campaign, and the Americans are in Panama City with a 2-0-1 record in qualifiers in that locale, yet hit once again by injuries.  
What They're Saying: Bobby Wood 
"I believe that if Jurgen had not been the U.S. head coach, I might have quit football or would have ...
What They're Saying: Bruce Arena 
"We're not smart enough to think like that. If we were smart enough, we wouldn't have broken their hearts. Pretty ...
Dutch 'nightmare' follows risky pick 
To understand why Danny Blind got fired as Dutch national team coach, we'll put in perspective the selection decision he ...
Soccer America Classifieds 
Soccer America Classifieds connect soccer companies and organizations to America's soccer community twice a week with listings of the latest ...
Crowd Count: Three USL teams set records in openers 
Three USL teams set club attendance records on opening day, topped by the Richmond Kickers, who opened up their 25th ...
Griezmann wants to stay at Atletico Madrid 
French star Antoine Griezmann's future at Atletico Madrid may be tied to whether Diego Simeone stays on as coach. Griezmann, ...
Schweinsteiger preparing for Chicago move at Mallorca 
Bastian Schweinsteiger is training at Mallorca as he waits for his work visa that will allow him to play for ...
American firm rescues AC Milan deal 
American private equity fund Elliott will provide almost $350 million in financing to the Chinese consortium buying AC Milan, rescuing ...
England's Defoe turns to vegan in international comeback 
Jermain Defoe scored in England's 2-0 win over Lithuania in World Cup 2018 qualifying, resurrecting an international career that had ...
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U.S. U-17 boys beat Japan three times
Coach John Hackworth added eight players to the U.S. U-17 Residency Program squad for a 37-player roster that played four ...
Soccer America Confidential:
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Bruce Arena makes the USA fun to watch
Before Friday's game against Honduras, I wondered whether the U.S. national team would bring joy to its fans, especially after ...
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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American teens see first-team action in Germany
The international break created opportunities for three U.S. teenagers to see friendly game action with their Bundesliga clubs. Weston McKennie ...
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The triumphant return of Bruce Arena
Well, take that Jurgen Klinsmann. Never at any time during his five years in charge of the USA did any of Klinsmann's teams put on a show like the 6-0 destruction of Honduras that marked the return of Bruce Arena.

"We're not smart enough to think like that. If we were smart enough, we wouldn't have broken their hearts. Pretty stupid if you ask me. You think Mexico would have scored a goal [to save the U.S.'s World Cup] at the end of that game?"

-- U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena, showing off his famous sarcasm, on whether his players will be thinking about how they rallied to beat Tuesday opponent Panama, 3-2, knocking the Canaleros out of contention for the 2014 World Cup and saving Mexico. (SI.com)