Normally, Omar Gonzalez would have been up the road at the national team training camp in Carson, but he is skipping the January camp ... Read the whole story
Tim Cahill may be coming off a frustrating season with the New York Red Bulls, but the 35-year-old Australian who scored one of the ... Read the whole story
The USA exited the Mercedes-Benz Aegean Cup for under-16 national teams with its second loss in a row, dropping a 1-0 decision to host ... Read the whole story
The Columbus Crew has bolstered its backline by signing 29-year-old Argentine Hernan Grana, whose seven-club career includes playing on loan last season with Boca ... Read the whole story
The final season of Ante Razov's playing career coincided with the startup of Seattle's amazing MLS success story, and now he's part of the ... Read the whole story
Bruce Arena, whose most recent accomplishment is guiding the Los Angeles Galaxy to a third MLS Cup title in four years, has been named ... Read the whole story
Fox Sports has added another broadcaster to its stable of new soccer talent, acquiring the exclusive services of 29-year-old John Strong to call play-by ... Read the whole story
The PDL will kick off its 26th season in May with nine new teams in the 65-team league. They include two teams that have ... Read the whole story
Section 2: Around the Net is on hiatus, as Soccer America retools its international coverage in order to better serve its members. Please look ... Read the whole story
MLS and U.S. Soccer have reached an agreement with '47 Brand, a privately held, premium sports lifestyle brand, to create branded headwear, apparel and ... Read the whole story
"I was pretty much depressed. I missed my brother, who was like my father. It became kind of hopeless as I came home every day to an empty refrigerator. I would cry every day at home. I gave up on
school for a while."
-- D.C. United No. 1 draft pick Miguel Aguilar, who came to the United States from Mexico at the age of 11 without documentation and grew up in a single-parent household in Sacramento. After almost dropping out of high school, he graduated from inner-city Encina Prep and the University of San Francisco with a 3.7 GPA in finance -- in three and a half years. (Sacramento Bee)
"Fifa is a toxic brand. I think that's why companies who care about their reputation don't want to be associated with [it]."
-- British Conservative MP Damian Collins, who is heading the New FIFA Now lobbying effort, on the withdrawal of Castrol, Continental and Johnson & Johnson as FIFA sponsors following the exit of major sponsors Sony and Emirates. (Daily Telegraph)
On Saturday, we'll find out whether the USA will qualify for the U-20 World Cup. The winner of the USA-El Salvador playoff will earn ... Read the whole story