Monthly Archives: September 2010

USSF D-2: A Look Back at Week 25

By TRAVIS CLARK The NSC Minnesota Stars became the first club to finish their USSF D-2 schedule, going out in style with a 3-1 win over FC Tampa Bay on the road. And while the result wasn't enough for the … Continue reading »

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What did you think of De Rosario’s post-goal actions?

Dwayne De Rosario has carried Toronto FC offensively ever since his arrival north of the border, and he wants the team's ownership to take further notice of that. After scoring a goal against San Jose on Saturday that cut the … Continue reading »

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FIFA 11 hits stores nationwide today

  By FRANCO PANIZO Soccer fans across the country will be shelling out around $60 today, and not because they'll be attending the next big match in their respective cities. The latest edition of EA Sports' highly-touted FIFA series, FIFA … Continue reading »

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Tuesday Kickoff: UEFA Champions League resumes

The UEFA Champions League group stage resumes on Tuesday, with a rematch of the 1995 final being the highlight of the schedule. Ajax Amsterdam, which defeated AC Milan for the 1995 championship, will face the Rossoneri in a Group G … Continue reading »

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Wondolowski named MLS player of the week

  Photo by Chris Wondolowski has been the key factor in San Jose's surprising success this season and he delivered arguably his best performance of the campaign with a hat-trick in a 3-2 win against Toronto FC on aturday. … Continue reading »

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Mid-Day Ticker: Rooney to miss Valencia clash, Messi comeback looms and more

     Wayne Rooney will miss Manchester United's Champions League visit to Valencia with an ankle sprain suffered in Manchester United's 2-2 tie vs. Bolton on Sunday. Rooney is one of a handful of Premier League players who will miss mid-week Champions … Continue reading »

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Who should be called in for the upcoming USMNT friendlies?

We are less than two weeks away from the U.S. men's national team's upcoming friendlies against Poland and Colombia, meaning it's time to think about who U.S. head coach Bob Bradley may be calling in for those matches. With the … Continue reading »

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College Soccer: Sunday Rewind

  The weekend of action in college soccer wrapped up without any real surprises as the top 25 teams went five for six on Sunday, Only Harvard suffered a defeat, marking the Crimson's fifth match without a win. A 74th-minute … Continue reading »

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European League Weekend Rewind

By IAN HOLLIDAY It was a tough week for traditional powerhouses at the tops of their leagues as Chelsea and Arsenal lost in England and Inter Milan faltered against Roma in Italy. Carlos Tevez provided the winner in Manchester City's … Continue reading »

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Report: USA to play Chile in January

If you've grown tired of seeing the U.S. national team host a Scandinavian team at the end of its annual January camps, you may be in luck.  According to a report, Chile has been scheduled to play the United States in … Continue reading »

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Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

photo by Howard C. Smith/ By FRANCO PANIZO Benny Feilhaber just cannot be stopped. Having scored four goals in the past seven days, Feilhaber continued his tear with AGF Aarhus on Sunday as he assisted on two goals and scored … Continue reading »

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MLS Week 26: A Look Back

Photo by Michael Janosz/ The gap between the teams currently in the MLS playoffs and those teams chasing a playoff berth grew much wider this weekend as Toronto FC, Chicago and Kansas City all lost matches they needed to win. The … Continue reading »

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