The deafening silence shrouding MLS expansion to Minnesota, which is supposed to start play next season, is about to be lifted. The league issued … Read the whole story
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After the USA, Sweden stymied host Brazil, winning another 4-3 shootout after their semifinal before a capacity crowd at Rio's Maracana Stadium ended in … Read the whole story
Honduras looks to follow Mexico four years ago as the second Concacaf team to reach the Olympic men's soccer gold-medal game in the modern … Read the whole story
He's worked for teams in several North American leagues as well as overseas, holds a UEFA 'A' coaching badge, is a citizen of two … Read the whole story
Juan Pablo Ocegueda's first game of the season for Mexican club Alebrijes de Oaxaca ended after 41 minutes when he was sent off in … Read the whole story
The U.S. U-18 men's national team opened the Vaclav Jezek Tournament in the Czech Republic with a 3-1 win over Slovakia on Tuesday thanks … Read the whole story
"It's going to be a thrill to be back there. Also awkward. Because I keep thinking that maybe Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig and Mickey Mantle and all those guys wouldn't be happy
that there's a soccer game going on there."
-- LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena on taking his MLS team to Yankee Stadium to face New York City FC. Speaking as lifelong New York Yankees fan, he said it makes no sense to play soccer at Yankee Stadium and he can't wait for NYCFC to get its own soccer stadium. (Los Angeles Times)
"Each team works the way they think they must. I wouldn't call it a coward approach, but they only played defense. I think they used their strategy. Unfortunately, we didn't have the opportunity to
break through. Their strategy worked today, they came out with the win and that's football."
-- Brazilian goalkeeper Barbara after her team exited the Olympic women's soccer competition with a shootout loss to the Sweden, which had beaten the USA in the same manner, prompting U.S. keeper Hope Solo to call the Swedes a bunch of cowards. (San Francisco Chronicle)