• The stars are gone in The Bronx but NYCFC is quietly making a charge
    After its 3-2 comeback win over Houston, NYCFC has MLS's second best record (points per game) heading into its big game Sunday at Atlanta.
  • Mandates and beyond and a self-criticism (Part 1)
    Mandating anything - forget about soccer - by a centralized authority in our country is very difficult and often meets immediate opposition and resentment.
  • MLS's best newcomers come in different packages
    When SA breaks down the 2019 first-year class by category, three Argentines, two American teens and Malagasy surprise Romain Metanire stand out.
  • In new and unexpected role, Pity Martinez plays hero for Atlanta United
    Dropped from the starting lineup, the 2018 Rey de America came off the bench to lead Atlanta past D.C. United, 2-0, on Sunday.
  • Belief turns into reality for marauding San Jose Earthquakes
    In back-to-back games on the road, the Quakes won 3-1 both times and smashed an MLS shots record with dominating performances.
  • Suddenly, New England has one of MLS's most dangerous and deepest attacks
    Nothing says more about the new Revs than Argentine forward Gustavo Bou, who scored a stunning goal in his debut.
  • Mexico's Gold Cup performance demonstrates depth and bright future
    The El Tri fans expected nothing but Concacaf supremacy, and that's what they got.
  • Copa America: Brazil exorcises demons and dominates fading rivals
    The Selecao won its first title since 2007 when it beat Peru, 3-1, in the final.
  • The greatest women's team of all time
    The USA entered the European den and crushed everyone in its path en route to a fourth Women's World Cup title.
  • Megan Rapinoe grabs megaphone to call out FIFA and give nod and nudge to U.S. Soccer
    With the possible exception of Billy Jean King, no one has spoken more passionately than Rapinoe has about women's sports.
  • FIFA president Gianni Infantino's women's soccer proposals -- what do they actually mean?
    The five proposals include an expanded World Cup, World League and Club World Cup for women, plus added investment.
  • USWNT and women's soccer in the world
    The U.S. women's dominance may be compared to the basketball Dream Teams of the USA.
  • Late again, the Dutch like their chances even if media back home don't
    The Netherlands' run to the Women's World Cup final belies the reputation of the Dutch for punctuality.
  • USWNT keeper Alyssa Naeher: The quiet American with a fierce drive
    At the age of 31, Naeher is two games away from becoming the fourth American keeper to win the Women's World Cup.
  • Lucy Bronze: England's star who stands between Megan Rapinoe and Ballon d'Or
    If Rapinoe doesn't win the women's player of the year award, it will be because someone knocks off the USA in Lyon.
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