• Ronaldo and Neymar - who in their right mind wants them?
    A small gap in the soccer calendar has action-starved fans gorging on juicy transfer rumors.
  • Dan DeGeer on the Earthquakes' young talent surge, their daily approach, and his French coaching lessons
    San Jose's MLS Next Pro head coach also leads its U-17 academy team and works with U.S. Soccer.
  • Long-suffering Atlas fans turn out for a very happy reunion
    The Campeon de Campeones against Cruz Azul in Carson was a celebration after Los Zorros' back-to-back Liga MX titles that ended a 70-year drought.
  • Becky Pagan paves way for girls and women to join referee ranks
    Illinois Youth Soccer Association's state ref administrator is orchestrating an innovative outreach effort.
  • Federico Higuain on his move to coaching, learning from Gregg Berhalter, and 'defending your dream'
    While some pro players might opt for a vacation after retiring from the game, Federico Higuain made plans to stay on the field.
  • Kick-ins, 30-minute halves and dribbling from free kicks. Why not?
    The head of Dutch amateur soccer put forward a series of changes to make the game "faster and fairer."
  • Tyler Wolff aims to make Olympic play a family tradition
    Tyler's father, Austin FC coach Josh Wolff, played in the 2000 Olympics and 2002 and 2006 World Cup for the USA.
  • Tom Soehn leads Birmingham Legion equipped with a wide-ranging experience in American soccer
    Birmingham Legion coach Tom Soehn grew up immersed in Chicago's immigrant soccer culture.
  • Jay Mims adds Union Omaha's Open Cup run to his soccer success in Nebraska
    When the University of Nebraska Omaha asked Jay Mims to be its first men's soccer coach, he called his mentor. Bob Warming.
  • Captain Rodrigo 'RoRo' Lopez and Sac Republic chase U.S. Open Cup dream
    The Sacramento Republic's first player signed upon its launch in 2013, Rodrigo Lopez returned after a second Mexico stint.
  • Tom Heinemann on coaching the USA's U-15 boys, his 10-club pro career, and advice for youth clubs
    Appointed U.S. U-15 boys national team coach in February, Heinemann played pro ball for 10 clubs.
  • Clint Peay on coaching Revs II, his USYNT tenure, and the Bruce Arena effect
    Reunited in New England, Clint Peay played college, pro and Olympic ball under Coach Bruce Arena.
  • Father Edwin Leahy: 'Soccer for me is a way to make connections'
    Father Edwin's 50 years as St. Benedict's headmaster have included creating a nationally acclaimed soccer program.
  • Marlon LeBlanc on coaching Philadelphia Union II, his New Jersey soccer roots, and the college game's changes
    Philadelphia Union II plays in MLS Next Pro and provides the development link between academy environment and the first team
  • Constant sideline screaming drowns out 'positive coaching'
    The U-12 boys coach knew his team should be winning this game, and his agitation was showing.
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