There are a lot of milestones to the LA Galaxy's 2-1 victory over the New England in MLS Cup 2014: But for both Galaxy ... Read the whole story
Polish and flair were in short supply at StubHub Center Sunday, yet still a moment of high quality earned the Los Angeles Galaxy its ... Read the whole story
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Alejandro Bedoya scored a wonder goal for Nantes in its 2-1 loss to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Paris St. Germain in France's Ligue 1, while Jose ... Read the whole story
Europe in a nutshell: Chelsea loses its first game of the season; Zlatan Ibrahimovic prepares for Barcelona with a pair of great goals; some ... Read the whole story
Another World Cup, another Group of Death. The USA women's path to end a 16-year drought as World Cup champion will go through a ... Read the whole story
U.S. women's national team head coach Jill Ellis named 24 players who will travel to Brazil for the International Tournament of Brasilia. The squad ... Read the whole story
No. 2 seed UCLA was the only home team to survive the quarterfinals of the NCAA Men's Tournament, but it was not easy. The ... Read the whole story
In its eighth appearance at the Women's College Cup, Florida State won a national championship. Jamia Fields' goal in the 83rd minute gave the ... Read the whole story
"If anyone is saying the use of the artificial pitch is a question of discrimination, it's nonsense, it's completely crazy to say that. FIFA did so much for women's football over the years. We
invested in it ... Every day we're trying to develop women's football around the world."
-- FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke pushing back against players who have filed a complaint before an Ontario tribunal charging that FIFA and Canadian organizers are discriminating against them by planning to play all matches at the six venues of the 2015 Women's World Cup on artificial turf. (Eh-Game)
"The players get treated unbelievably well. Sometimes, farcically well. You get a 14-year-old needing a rubdown before training. I can't accept that. I spoke to an 8-year-old who told me he had done a hamstring. I said, 'I can't believe you know what your hamstring is, son. Now go out there and get running.'"
-- Burnley coach Sean Dyche, not impressed with the English FA's new player development blueprint, the "England DNA Program." (Daily Mail)
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