Monthly Archives: December 2015

U.S. Soccer Announces Recognize to Recover Program
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This month The United States Soccer Federation unveiled the one-of-a-kind health and safety program, Recognize to Recover. This innovative program is geared towards reducing soccer related injuries for players of all ages. Medical experts helped developed Recognize to Recover, and … Continue reading

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Arizona Youth Soccer Kids & Concussions Workshop
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For more information and to see the original post, please visit the Arizona Youth Soccer Association website.

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MLS Cup Preview
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MLS Cup comes Major League Soccer’s original “soccer specific” facility when the Columbus Crew host the Portland Timbers Sunday afternoon at MAPFRE Stadium (formerly Crew Stadium) as season number 20 for the league comes to a close. Many never thought … Continue reading

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Top U.S. Dr Says ‘Heading’ Doesn’t Cause Concussion
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On a media conference call to discuss U.S. Soccer’s Framework for Player Safety campaign this afternoon U.S. Soccer Chief Medical Officer Dr. George Chiampas will have surely raised some eyebrows with his declaration that, “heading, in and of itself doesn’t … Continue reading

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U20 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers and Nike Friendlies Kick Off
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It is busy start to December for U.S. Youth National Teams with the U20 Women contesting the CONCACAF Championships/World Cup Qualifiers while the U17 Boys/Men host the annual Nike Friendlies. With three World Cup berths up for grabs among the … Continue reading

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Messi and Lloyd Lead FIFA’s Ballon d’Or Shortlist
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It is Ballon d’Or time again and what would the awards for the “best” in the beautiful game be without a bit of controversy. The list of nominees for Men’s Player of the Year, which is  the actual Ballon d’Or, … Continue reading

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