• Friday was a good day for soccer
    FIFA needed a day like Friday. The FIFA Congress overwhelmingly passed sweeping reforms and it elected 45-year-old Swiss lawyer Gianni Infantino as its new president.Embed from Getty Images
  • The song remains the same in Concacaf Champions League
    A year after losing in Costa Rica to start off the CCL quarterfinals, D.C. United traveled to Mexico and despite a valiant effort again came up short.
  • Galaxy's Keane: 'If anyone has a chance, it's certainly us'
    In the midst of an extensive makeover, the Galaxy starts its season with a Concacaf Champions League series against Santos Laguna, one of four Liga MX teams paired against MLS opposition in the quarterfinals.
  • Rosales-Perez trade confirms title aspirations for FC Dallas and Vancouver
    Blas Perez stung the Whitecaps by scoring four goals against them for FC Dallas, yet the 'Caps swung a deal by which the Panamanian striker comes aboard in exchange for midfielder Mauro Rosales.
  • Attitude of 'getting the call right' will someday supersede that of 'getting on with it'
    At its annual general meeting next month, the International Football Association Board, which is authorized by FIFA to test and adopt rule changes, is expected to approve extensive testing of video replay.
  • Oba, we hardly knew ye, or why his China move matters
    Let's say it's a Saturday night and you've been out and want to catch up on the day's MLS action.
  • Portland Timbers face added pressure loaded on MLS top dogs
    Portland beat RSL, 1-0, to wrap up its preseason training stint in the desert. It has about a week to prepare for the Simple Invitational, its annual preseason tournament that this year brings in Minnesota United, Vancouver and Chicago.
  • Legal primer explains past and (possible) future of soccer litigation
    The lawsuit filed by U.S Soccer against U.S. Women's National Team Players Association in U.S. District Court in Chicago has made plenty of news, but it will be a short case.
  • Chicago Fire's Paunovic is counting on new youngsters
    A major makeover of the Fire under head coach Veljko Paunovic and general manager Nelson Rodriguez is underway in Florida, where the U.S. players summoned by Jurgen Klinsmann have joined their club for its preseason training.
  • For once, USA starts off a year just as it's supposed to
    Defensive miscues. Sloppy touches. Blown assignments. Confusion. These negative facets of play have been part and parcel of U.S. friendlies played in January and early February, and they were present against Iceland a week ago Sunday and Canada last Friday.
  • Jozy shows he's still the man up front
    U.S. soccer fans have a love-hate relationship with most of their big stars. For every fan who loved Landon Donovan as the greatest American player of all time, you could find another who thought he was a wuss for failing in Germany. Fans are equally divided about Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore.
  • Lee Nguyen on how he parlayed longer offseason into national team success
    Revs attacker Lee Nguyen got his first U.S. start against Iceland last Sunday and turned in a strong 90 minutes as the Americans rallied for a 3-2 victory.
  • Revs' Heaps relishes competition and preaches consistency
    Aside from the apparent departure of Jermaine Jones, not a lot has changed on the New England roster. Yet head coach Jay Heaps is going into preseason with important changes in mind.
  • USA-Canada match underscores Olympic issues for Klinsmann
    A games against Canada Friday may be the last opportunity for USA coaches Jurgen Klinsmann and Andi Herzog to test their U-23 players prior to an Olympic playoff series aainst Colombia. Who will they choose?
  • Christian Pulisic, 'the American Jewel,' must be protected
    I can think of 10 reasons we should be excited about Christian Pulisic. Those are each of the 10 touches on the Pulisic compilation video from his debut, at the age of 17, for Borussia Dortmund on Saturday.