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Sargent Heads U.S. Squad Headed to U17 World Cup
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Josh Sargent, newly committed to Bundesliga club Werder Bremen, leads coach John Hackworth’s 21 player squad set to contest the U17 World Cup beginning next month in India. Sargent and Hackworth led an exciting U.S. team to a second place … Continue reading

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Carli, Carli – Carli? Lloyd a Finalist for 3rd Consecutive World Player of the Year Honor
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FIFA has released the finalists for the organization’s new “Best” list, the soccer governing bodies awards for the top players, coaches, goal, etc. Last year FIFA separated its honors from the Ballon d’Or and below is the complete list. Any … Continue reading

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U.S. WNT Crush New Zealand to Complete Sweep
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The U.S. WNT cruised to a 5-0 win over New Zealand, closing out a feel good two game set against the Football Ferns following Friday’s 3-1 win in Colorado. In front of a crowd of 30,000 plus the Americans dominated … Continue reading

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Ertz Stars as U.S. WNT top New Zealand
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The U.S. handed New Zealand a 3-1 loss Friday night in Colorado behind a pair of goals from versatile Julie Ertz and one from rejuvenated striker Alex Morgan. With no World Cup or Olympics to prepare for this year coach … Continue reading

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Lalas Goes on a Rant
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If you care about the U.S. MNT you probably have heard it by now, Alexi Lalas’ Rant. You may well have said, “you know what he’s right, or maybe you think he went too far. So, let’s have a look … Continue reading

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U.S. WNT Back in Action Against New Zealand
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Jill Ellis has named a 22 player squad to face off against the Lady Ferns of New Zealand in a pair of friendlies on September 15, at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado and September 19, at Nippert … Continue reading

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Ticos Top USA as World Cup Window Narrows
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Harrison, N.J. – “I thought they outplayed us and outcoached us,” is how U.S. MNT coach Bruce Arena put it after his team lost 2-0 to Costa Rica, and it was hard to disagree. With that in mind here are … Continue reading

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U.S. MNT Face Costa Rica in 1st of a Pair of Crucial WCQ
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Bruce Arena was advertised as the pair of safe hands needed to dig the U.S. MNT out of the 0-2 hole dug for it by his predecessor Jurgen Klinsmann and while Arena surprised with a successful three back formation in … Continue reading

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MLS – Big 5
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MLS Rivalry Week kicked off Wednesday night, with one of the promoted rivalries tucked in amongst six regular matchups. So, let’s start with the first of the six., making this week’s MLS Big – 5 the Big – 6. Home … Continue reading

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It’s Puli-Time at BVB!
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The Bundesliga is back and that means one thing and one thing only for the American soccer fan- it’s Puli-time! Yes, Christian Pulisic is back playing with Borussia Dortmund, so how did he do in week one? Pretty well, thanks. … Continue reading

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Lloyd Lone U.S. Nominee for FIFA Prize as Ronaldo Tops Men’s Group
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FIFA has released the shortlists for both the men’s and women’s Player of the Year Awards, the first since the sport’s governing body separated its award from the Ballon d’Or. The big news from a U.S. point of view is … Continue reading

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USA, Mexico, Canada Bid Unveils Preliminary City Host Candidates for 2026 World Cup
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49 stadiums in 44 cities are on the list of potential World Cup host cities released today by the 2026 United Bid Committee. The U.S. will host 60 of the 80 games, so it is no surprise that American cities … Continue reading

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NWSL – Roundup
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Unfortunately, injuries to Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd top this week’s NWSL Roundup. Seattle Reign winger Rapinoe has already undergone arthroscopic surgery on her knee and the league’s leading goal scorer will miss five weeks, while Lloyd injured her ankle … Continue reading

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Morocco Challenge Bid for 2026 World Cup
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The United States, Mexico, and Canada will hope to keep the 2026 World Cup off of the Road to Morocco, as the African nation emerged as the only challenger to the three nation North American bid announced at the top … Continue reading

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