PAUL KENNEDY
Editor in Chief, Soccer America
  • Onyewu scores twice, Bocanegra flops
    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Oguchi Onyewu and Carlos Bocanegra, the first-choice central defenders on ...
  • Canada tied for first place
    Loaded with current and former U.S. collegians, Canada held host China to ...
  • The Edu experiment
    [MY VIEW] The U.S. performance in its 1-0 victory over Japan Thursday ...
  • Good fortune in Tianjin
    [RECAP] With a spirited effort, the U.S. Olympic men's team beat Japan, ...
  • Bocanegra begins first season in France
    [AMERICANS ABROAD] The French season begins Saturday with two American internationals new ...
  • Same old story
    [MY VIEW] Wednesday's start to the Olympics for the U.S. women recalled ...
  • Nightmare in Qinhuangdao
    [RECAP] New U.S. coach Pia Sundhage asked that her players be more ...
  • Messi stays and delivers for Argentina
    Playing despite a ruling that favored his club team, Barcelona, Lionel Messi ...
  • Five players to watch
    [OLYMPIC MEN] While all teams didn't use their allotment of three overage ...
  • Germany-Brazil showdown a letdown
    The battle between 2007 World Cup finalists Germany and Brazil and the ...
  • Small California club battles international giants
    By today's standards, South Coast Bayern is a small club with just ...
  • New SMU coach has big shoes to fill
    Two and half years ago, Tim McClements lost his job as head ...
  • Five players to watch
    [OLYMPIC WOMEN] Only five countries have won medals in Olympic women's soccer: ...
  • U.S. products get Mexico call-up; Friedel saves PK in Villa debut
    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Sven-Goran Eriksson called up 20 players for his first training ...
  • Ma bad news for Chinese women
    [OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN] Chinese star Ma Xiaoxu, dubbed the "female Wayne Rooney," reinjured ...