Monthly Archives: May 2017

It’s Sargent Again as U.S. Beat Senegal in U20 World Cup
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The legend of 17-year-old Josh Sargent continues to grow and his price tag continues to rise as the St. Louis Scott Gallaghers club man scored the lone goal in today’s 1-0 U.S. victory over Senegal at the U20 World Cup … Continue reading

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U.S. U20’s Snatch Late Draw in World Cup Opener
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Fresh off of leading the U.S. team to qualification for the U17 World Cup this autumn in India Josh Sargent scored twice today to set the stage for Luca de la Torre’s 94th-minute equalizer in a crazy 3-3 draw versus … Continue reading

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FIFA U20 World Cup Opens With a Few Surprize Results
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The United States men’s U20 World Cup journey begins Monday in South Korea with a matchup against a highly rated Ecuador team missing key players to injury and unavailability. The Young Yanks landed in South Korea as CONCACAF Champions and … Continue reading

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NWSL Roundup
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Mallory Pugh’s decision to begin her professional career with the Washington Spirit was the big story of the weekend and then on Monday news broke that a union has been formed to represent the league’s non-allocated players. In a press … Continue reading

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NWSL Sprits Raised as Mal Pugh Signs With Washington
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The National Women’s Soccer League recorded one of the biggest victories in its five years when news broke this weekend that 19-year-old U.S. WNT star Mallory Pugh has elected to begin her professional career in the league as a member … Continue reading

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NWSL Roundup and U.S. Soccer Announce Summer Tournament
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Before we get to all of the on-field action from week four of this NWSL season let’s take a look at the new international women’s tournament coming to the U.S. this summer. The Tournament of Nations featuring the United States, … Continue reading

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Ramos Names Roster for U20 World Cup
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Coach Tab Ramos named 21 players to the U.S. roster for next week’s U20 World Cup in South Korea and as expected Christian Pulisic is not among them. No, despite being listed as part of the preliminary U.S. roster released … Continue reading

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With U17 World Cup Spot Already Set, Mexico Top U.S.
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Having already secured a trip to India for October’s U17 World Cup the U.S. won’t be too upset by dropping Sunday’s CONCACAF U17 title match to Mexico on penalty kicks after the rivals played to a 1-1 tie in regulation … Continue reading

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MLS – Big 5
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1) El Guaje Stays in the Picture New York City FC has announced that 2016 MLS MVP David Villa, nickname-The Kid, or El Guaje- has extended his contract with the team for one more year, tying the team’s first ever … Continue reading

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U.S. Men Take Big Step Toward India and U17 World Cup
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Another brace from Josh Sargent led the dominant Americans to a 3-0 win over Honduras today bring the U.S. one big step closer to qualifying for the U17 World Cup this October in India. Up next for the unbeaten and … Continue reading

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Jonathan Spector – Orlando’s Quiet Leader
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Jonathan Spector signed with Orlando SC this past January the way he has done most things in his career, unobtrusively. There was little fanfare surrounding the acquisition but Spector is, after all, a player who has made a career in … Continue reading

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Future Looks Brighter With U.S. Wins at U15, U17, and U20
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First time wins by the U.S. MNT over Mexico at the U20 and U17 age groups alongside a heartening tournament sweep in Italy by the U15 U.S. BNT indicates that things may finally be looking up for U.S. Youth Soccer … Continue reading

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