The USA's 2-0 win over New Zealand in their Olympic women's soccer opener extended its winning streak at the Olympics to 12 games, going … Read the whole story
Ahmed Musa, the 23-year-old Nigerian for whom Leicester paid a club record transfer fee of $21 million to CSKA Moscow, scored twice in a … Read the whole story
Goals early in each half and a solid defensive showing carried the USA past New Zealand, 2-0, on the first day of group play … Read the whole story
France gained revenge for its loss to Colombia at the 2015 Women's World Cup when it beat the Cafeteras, 4-0, setting up a showdown … Read the whole story
Diego Valeri scored in the 90th minute to rescue the Portland Timbers and give them a 2-1 victory over CD Dragon of El Salvador … Read the whole story
On the closing day of the domestic transfer window, Philadelphia shook up the balance of power in the Eastern Conference by finalizing the transfer … Read the whole story
Giving up its place atop the allocation order so Philadelphia could sign Alejandro Bedoya wasn't the only deal swung by Chicago on Wednesday. The … Read the whole story
Tosaint Ricketts registered his first MLS goal as Toronto FC beat Real Salt Lake, 1-0, and moved into second place in MLS's Eastern Conference. … Read the whole story
Faced with a season-ticket waitlist of approximately 13,000, Portland is researching methods to expand capacity at Providence Park by as much as 3,500. Since … Read the whole story
""They're having fun. At least it's loud in the stadium. I'd rather have that than hear a needle drop."
-- U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo, who heard boos but said she did not hear the chants of "Zika" from fans in the Mineirao Stadium when she touched the ball during the USA's 2-0 win over New Zealand in their Olympic women' soccer opener. Solo had expressed concerns about going to Brazil because of the mosquito-borne virus before recently softening her tone. (New York Times)
"Yeah, I'm not deaf. I heard a smattering of boos. But that's a very small minority of fans, and I don't care if they don't return. In fact, personally, if they are booing the message as opposed to
booing the messenger, go find another team to support."
-- Chicago Fire general manager Nelson Rodriguez on walking out on to the field at Toyota Field before Sunday's Fire-Red Bulls game and telling the crowd fans who chanted the infamous anti-gay Mexican soccer chant would be kicked out of the stadium. (Chicago Tribune)