Robbie Rogers' Story of Soccer, Pain and Love
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Nov. 26, 7:26 p.m.
Robbie Rogers, like all players who make it to the higher levels of the game, spent a lot of time playing soccer on his own, away from the organized practices and games. And like most such players, he has a tale of indoor destruction.
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Bayern Makes its Move
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Nov. 21, 3:29 p.m.
One thing we hear a lot from the foreign clubs coming to the USA is how they're aiming to help Americans produce better soccer players.
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Give parents their money's worth
Posted by Charlie Slagle on Nov. 20, 1:48 a.m.
What are the keys to a club providing an optimal experience for the different levels of teams under its umbrella: from comp to rec?
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Briana Scurry: Good coaches understand kids
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Nov. 14, 2:55 a.m.
"We play sports because we want to be a part of something," says Briana Scurry, who was a big part of two U.S. Olympic gold medal wins and famously saved the penalty kick in the 1999 Women's World Cup final victory.
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Lee Nguyen's journey began in Texas backyard
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Nov. 10, 5:33 p.m.
The latest edition of our "When They Were Children" series looks at Lee Nguyen's youth soccer experience. The 28-year-old's 18 goals were fourth best in MLS this season, the most by an American, and led to a call-up for national team duty by Coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
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The DOC's 3 most important duties
Posted by Charlie Slagle on Nov. 5, 12:09 a.m.
A Director of Coaching at a club needs to possess many talents. The DOC must be a good listener and also hard of hearing at some times. He or she must be determined to stay the course and, also, make changes for the betterment of the organization.
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