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On Thursday in the Gold Cup quarterfinals Mexico plays Honduras and Canada battles Jamaica. Manchester United and Manchester City take ...
MLS Wednesday: Roldan caps historic Seattle comeback 
Down 3-0 at home to D.C. United after 50 minutes, the Seattle Sounders rallied with four goals in 27 minutes ...
Gold Cup: Ticos on tap for USA in Hexagonal preview 
The USA will face Costa Rica in the semifinals of the Gold Cup, a preview of their key Sept. 1 ...
USA-El Salvador Gold Cup Player Ratings  
The USA managed to reach the Gold Cup semifinal while playing the least amount of laudable soccer possible in a ...
MLS Expansion: Raleigh soccer hits Peace Street 
It took six months, but North Carolina FC, which is backing the Raleigh/Durham bid for an MLS expansion team, unveiled ...
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USA-El Salvador Gold Cup Player Ratings
by Mike Woitalla on Thursday, Jul 20, 2017 12:49 AM EDT
Photo The USA managed to reach the Gold Cup semifinal while playing the least amount of laudable soccer possible in a 2-0 win. Defenders provided both goals in the victory over El Salvador.  
USA-El Salvador: A night of bites and a twisted nipple 
The USA had already staked out a 2-0 lead over El Salvador when the game degenerated in the second half. ...
USA-El Salvador: Three takeaways from a labored 2-0 win 
After 40 minutes of errant passes and clumsy touches, the Americans broke through in their Gold Cup quarterfinal against El ...
What They're Saying: Jason Kreis 
"I hadn't seen the billboard. I had no idea about that. It seems a very odd thing. I am one ...
What They're Saying: Roger Faulkner 
"People don't go to a game to read a balance sheet." -- Longtime Detroit soccer promoter Roger Faulkner going back ...
Expansion: MLS tours Charlotte ahead of key meeting 
The MLS tour of prospective expansion markets headed this week to North Carolina, MLS deputy commissioner Mark Abbott visited Charlotte ...
One man's Midseason MLS Best XI 
The list of All-Stars was released by MLS on Tuesday and amid the controversy of who got picked and who ...
What They're Saying: Jose Mourinho 
"I don't agree with the card because Saucedo was really aggressive in second half." -- Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho ...
What They're Saying: Chris Pontius 
"If you have a coach who instills confidence in you, it allows you to go play your game a little ...
USMNT: Time for Gold Cup experimentation is over 
U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena says he had no qualms about making six roster changes for the quarterfinals of ...
Youth Soccer Reporter:
Mike Woitalla


Development Academy Awards: FC Dallas and Weston FC coaches repeat
The U.S. Soccer Development Academy announced Player of the Year, Coach of the Year and Best XIs from its three ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


One man's Midseason MLS Best XI
The list of All-Stars was released by MLS on Tuesday and amid the controversy of who got picked and who ...
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:
Mike Woitalla


Tab Ramos on 2017 Development Academy finals and Mexican-American tug of war
The U.S. Soccer Development Academy concluded its 10th season last weekend, with the Texans SC Houston winning the U-17/18 title ...
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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.

"People don't go to a game to read a balance sheet."

-- Longtime Detroit soccer promoter Roger Faulkner going back to the NASL's Express, on the financial clout of Detroit's MLS backers -- billionaire NBA owners Dan Gilbert and Tom Gores -- being just one of the factors that will make a successful soccer market. (Detroit News)