Monthly Archives: October 2013

What’s New in the NWSL
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The inaugural NWSL season may be over, but the cogs and gears continue to grind and turn, with players leaving, newcomers joining up, trades occurring left and right and new coaches taking the helm while others step off the sidelines. … Continue reading

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Shortlist Unveiled for 2013 FIFA Women’s Player of the Year
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FIFA released a shortlist of 10 players on Friday for the FIFA Women’s Player of the Year, to be unveiled at the FIFA Ballon d’Or gala at the Zurich Kongresshaus Jan. 13, 2014. A FIFA committee compiled the list for … Continue reading

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Teams Kick Off Play in Northern Division of FWRL
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The US Youth Soccer Far West Regional League (FWRL) is officially underway, with a new structure aimed at cutting travel costs while still providing the most competitive platform possible by separating western states in Region IV into three separate geographical … Continue reading

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EPL Week 9 – Alex Ferguson’s book criticizes Beckham and more
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We are just under a quarter of a way through the season and so far there have been 80 games played, 196 goals scored, 50 shut-outs, 259 yellow cards, 10 red cards and surprisingly zero hat-tricks. It is week 9 … Continue reading

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Brazil 2014 – Sportlight on Oguchi Onyewu.
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For this week’s U.S. MNT GotSoccer Spotlight we take a look at someone who has been out of the spotlight, and mostly out of the national team for some time now, Oguchi Onyewu. The much traveled American center back just … Continue reading

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U17 Women CONCACAF Championship: Final Draw Concluded
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CONCACAF conducted the final draw for the U17 Women’s Championship in Montego Bay, Jamaica, concluding that the United States will take on Trinidad & Tobago, Guatemala and Canada in Group B play. Jamaica, the host country, is joined by Mexico, … Continue reading

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NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Roundup
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It’s another shining week in the NCAA Division I women’s soccer season! Let’s jump right in and take a look at highlights from some of last week’s most thrilling matches! Clash of the Top: No. 1 Virginia Defeats No. 4 … Continue reading

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NCAA Men’s Division I Wrap
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After a tumultuous start to the men’s college soccer season, things have settled to a point where none of the top three teams changed position in the coaches poll for the second consecutive week. In fact, just two teams fell … Continue reading

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Orlando One Step Closer to MLS
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Major League Soccer in Orlando, Florida is one step closer to becoming a reality with yesterday’s vote by the Orange County Commissioners to approve a new soccer specific stadium for downtown Orlando. MLS President Mark Abbott was in Orlando for … Continue reading

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NSCAA Advanced Natl. Diploma Course Offered in Baton Rouge
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There will be two NSCAA Advanced National Diploma courses offered in Baton Rouge, LA Dec. 6-8 and Dec. 13-15. This knowledge-rich 45 hour long course is geared towards educating the experienced coach on working with advanced players. The curriculum will … Continue reading

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MLS – Big 5
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Wow, what a week in Major League Soccer. So let’s get to it. 1) Tim Cahill Scores Fastest Goal in MLS History Cahill has become the heart and soul of the title chasing Red Bulls this season and he certainly … Continue reading

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U.S. WNT Shut Out Australia
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The U.S. WNT defeated Australia 4-0 this afternoon at The Alamodome in San Antonio, TX. First half goals were scored by Lauren Holiday and Carli Lloyd, while two more were later added by Abby Wambach and Christen Press. Goalkeeper Hope … Continue reading

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U.S. WNT Shut Out Australia
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The U.S. WNT defeated Australia 4-0 this afternoon at The Alamodome in San Antonio, TX. Although the U.S. dominated the first half with goals from Lauren Holiday and Carli Lloyd, Australia was by no means lacking, creating toxic chances throughout. … Continue reading

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Brazil 2014 – Spotlight on DaMarcus Beasley
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On a snowy night outside Denver on March 22nd, with their World Cup Qualifying campaign in danger of unraveling, the United States faced off against Costa Rica, with more than just snow swirling around the team. After a poor performance … Continue reading

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