PAUL KENNEDY
Editor in Chief, Soccer America
  • Out of the doghouse
    [GERMANY] Out of the doghouse since Jupp Heynckes replaced Juergen Klinsmann as ...
  • Philly name celebrates colonial past
    [MLS] Philadelphia, MLS's 16th team, will be named the Union. The team ...
  • EPL to get tough on club finances
    [ENGLAND] With English clubs having run up debts of 3 billion pounds ...
  • OBITUARY: Julio Mazzei (1930-2009)
    Brazilian Julio Mazzei, best known as Pele's adviser during his New York ...
  • Kamani Hill lands in Portugal
    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Portuguese Vitoria Guimaraes club has signed 23-year-old American Kamani Hill ...
  • Barca's celebrations put on hold
    [EUROPEAN RACES] It was not a good evening for Barcelona. It had ...
  • Clubs withdraw from Libertadores Cup
    [MEXICO] The final weekend of play in the Torneo Clausura first phase, ...
  • Gbeke leads Vancouver past Puerto Rico again
    [USL-1] Journeyman Charles Gbeke did it again. The 31-year-old Ivorian-born Canada international, ...
  • Sky Blue and Athletica get first wins
    [WPS] Parity finally arrived to Women's Professional Soccer in the form of ...
  • Wambach suspended for foul on Daniela
    [WPS] Women's Professional Soccer Commissioner Tonya Antonucci suspended Washington Freedom forward Abby ...
  • Stadiums reopened -- sort of -- for final weekend
    [MEXICO] Stadiums across Mexico will be reopened -- with restrictions -- for ...
  • Sol looks for revenge
    [WPS] A week after Boston handed the leader Los Angeles Sol its ...
  • FC Gold Pride slashes ticket prices
    [WPS] After drawing the two lowest crowds of the inaugural Women's Professional ...
  • Late-night dramatics at Stamford Bridge
    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] How was it that Barcelona, the highest-scoring team in ...
  • Sundhage starts investing in 2011
    [U.S. WOMEN] U.S. women's national team coach Pia Sundhage has named 17 ...
  • Can Chelsea's Hiddink pull another surprise?
    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Dutchman Guus Hiddink's reputation as a miracle worker preceded ...
  • Men against children
    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] With one slip, the biggest game of Arsenal teenager ...
  • National girls league launched
    Another national girls league is being launched for the 2009-10 season. The ...
  • Friedel's Aston Villa ends long skid
    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Brad Friedel was in goal Monday night for Aston Villa, ...
  • Pressure on Arsenal's young Gunners
    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Arsenal plays its most important match of the season ...
  • Mexican clubs in search of home
    [LIBERTADORES CUP] Guadalajara and San Luis, the two Mexican clubs still alive ...
  • Kelly Smith outduels Marta in Boston
    [WPS] Marta's first trip to Harvard Stadium drew a crowd of 8,031, ...
  • Real Madrid is puddy in Barcelona's hands [VIDEO]
    [SPAIN] On the one hand, former Barcelona star Luis Enrique called Barcelona's ...
  • Man. United remains on course
    [EUROPEAN RACES] The top four teams in the English Premier League all ...
  • Vancouver's James enjoys memorable debut
    [USL-1] St. Vincent & Grenadines international Marlon James enjoyed a memorable debut ...
  • Top men's college recruiting classes
    The College Soccer Reporter returns with Soccer America's top 15 men's college ...
  • Have gloves will travel
    [USL-1] Two weeks ago, MLS's Real Salt Lake loaned Chris Seitz to ...
  • Chivas and San Luis ordered to play to Colombia
    [MEXICO] The Mexican soccer federation, which has already ordered all domestic games ...
  • Week 6: Marta and Kelly Smith, the showdown
    [WPS] The Los Angeles Sol's Marta and Boston Breakers' Kelly Smith return ...