Monthly Archives: March 2016

USWNT Files Lawsuit Against U.S. Soccer In Fight For Equal Pay
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The ongoing battle between the United States Soccer Federation and the U.S. Women’s National Team players escalated with today’s news that five of the team’s most prominent members filed a federal complaint on Wednesday with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission … Continue reading

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U.S. Olympic Bid Ends In Red Card Defeat
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The United States Men’s Olympic dream died Tuesday night as the American U23 side was again dominated by Colombia, falling 2-1 on Tuesday night in Frisco, Texas to lose the aggregate goals match by a final tally of 3-2. The … Continue reading

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U.S. Bounce Back to Earn Key Victory
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With their backs to the wall, the U.S. MNT rebounded from Friday’s dreadful road loss in Guatemala to win 4-0 over that same opponent Tuesday night in Columbus, Ohio. Playing in the friendly confines of Columbus’ MAPFRE Stadium, formerly Crew … Continue reading

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Super Tuesday – Must Win Games
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The stakes could not be much higher for the United States Men’s Soccer program on Tuesday when the full national team face Guatemala in a World Cup qualifier in Columbus, Ohio before the U23 squad take on Colombia in a … Continue reading

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U.S. Olympic Dream Still Alive
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It wasn’t pretty but the Olympic Dream remains alive today after the American men’s U23 side battled to a 1-1 tie on the road against a superior Colombia side. The home team were the aggressors from the start Friday evening … Continue reading

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U.S. Embarrased in Shock Loss to Guatemala
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With Jurgen Klinsmann fielding what can generously be described as a curious lineup the U.S. MNT lost for the first time ever to Guatemala in a World Cup Qualifier, dropping a 2-0 decision to Los Chapines Friday night in Guatemala … Continue reading

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Klinsmann Wants 6 Points From 2 Games
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The United States Men’s Soccer Team can take a big step toward advancing to the fifth and final CONCACAF qualification round, aka The Hex, when it plays Guatemala twice over the next five days. Ahead of tonight’s match at Estadio … Continue reading

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U.S. Face Colombia with Olympics in the Balance
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With the ghosts of 2012 ever present, the U.S. U23 MNT will take the field in Barranquilla, Colombia Friday night in the first leg of a two-game Olympic Qualifying aggregate score showdown against Colombia. Step one on the Americans road … Continue reading

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MLS – Big 5
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There can be but one way to start off this week’s MLS Big – 5, so here we go… 1) Tim Howard is back and Colorado has him! The Colorado Rapids have been a bad team in recent years, missing … Continue reading

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Ellis Hands U17 Star Sanchez Callup for Colombia Friendlies
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U.S. WNT coach Jill Ellis has called U17 star Ashley Sanchez into the full national team as part of a 23 player roster set to challenge Colombia in a pair of April friendlies. Sanchez is one of just two new … Continue reading

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Blue Collar Brazilian with a Touch of Class
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Harrison, N.J. – The New York Red Bulls won their first game of the MLS season Saturday night at Red Bull Arena in thrilling style, coming back twice to beat the Houston Dynamo, thanks in large part to a pair … Continue reading

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Olympic and World Cup Qualifiers on Hand for U.S. MNT
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Jurgen Klinsmann had to perform a delicate balancing act this week, one that pitted Olympic Qualification against World Cup Qualifiers and to that end he and his top lieutenant Andi Herzog released their rosters over the weekend. Klinsmann selected 26 … Continue reading

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Vieira and His Shapeshifting NYCFC
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No one could reasonably have known what to expect when Patrick Vieira was handed the job of coaching New York City FC ahead of the team’s second season in Major League Soccer. For all his impressive credentials as a player, … Continue reading

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MLS – Big 5
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Week two has come and gone in MLS, which means that it is time for another MLS Big – 5. 1) Wenger Up – Mattocks out The top two selections in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft are in the news this … Continue reading

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