Monthly Archives: July 2012

Red Bulls deal Ballouchy to San Jose

With the arrival of Tim Cahill giving the New York Red Bulls a plethora of attacking options, midfielder Mehdi Ballouchy suddenly became expendable, and on Monday the Moroccan was sent packing. The Red Bulls traded Ballouchy to San Jose for … Continue reading »

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SBI MLS Team of the Week: Montreal Impact

The New York Red Bulls went to Montreal in first place in the East, and having put together a strong run of defensive results. That didn't stop the Montreal Impact from putting a beating on the Red Bulls and serving … Continue reading »

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Red Bulls Rewind: Defensive issues a cause for concern after Montreal loss

BY DAVE MARTINEZ There is a bittersweet feeling in the air at Red Bull Arena.  Though today's press conference to officially announce the signing of Tim Cahill will surely nab headlines, a disappointing loss in Montreal will undoubtedly bubble beneath … Continue reading »

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KickTV: Jimmy Conrad hits South Beach

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SBI MLS Player of the Week: Jairo Arrieta

The Columbus Crew offense has struggled to generate goals on a regular basis, a problem the team has had going back to last year, but Robert Warzycha's side may have found the answer to that problem in the form of … Continue reading »

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NASL Week 17: A Look Back

  By FRANCO PANIZO There's winning in style and then there is what the San Antonio Scorpions just did to the Carolina RailHawks. The Scorpions recorded the biggest rout of the season on Saturday, humiliating the RailHawks, 8-0, at Heroes … Continue reading »

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Men’s Olympic Rewind: Honduras eliminates Spain, Brazil cruises, and more

Honduras pulled off one of the biggest upsets in Olympic soccer history on Sunday, riding an early goal from New England Revolution striker Jerry Bengtson on their way to a 1-0 victory against Spain. A defeat that eliminated Spain from … Continue reading »

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McInerney’s late winner gives Union comeback win over Revolution

By JOEY SAMUEL CHESTER, Pa. — Even though it's still July, the Philadelphia Union and New England Revolution are already scrapping to remain in the playoff race. On Sunday, one team earned the win they needed, while the other was … Continue reading »

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Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

photo by Howard C. Smith/ By FRANCO PANIZO DaMarcus Beasley had one of the better performances this weekend, but even he endured a bit of a topsy-turvy outing in a subpar weekend for the Americans Abroad. Playing a week after … Continue reading »

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Lenhart’s late equalizer caps another Earthquakes stoppage-time comeback

For more than 90 minutes on Saturday night, Sean Johnson was a wall the San jose Earthquakes simply couldn't get past. The Chicago Fire goalkeeper was enjoying a dream game and looked like he was on his way to another … Continue reading »

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Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

Brazil's quest for a first gold medal in men's soccer will take its next step today as the Brazilians take on Belarus in group stage action in the United Kingdom. The Brazilians opened Olympic play with a 3-2 victory against … Continue reading »

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Arrieta double leads Crew past Sporting KC

Livestrong Sporting Park used to be a fortress where visiting team couldn't realistically think about escaping with a point, let alone three. That has changed quite a bit in the past month, with Sporting Kansas City suddenly finding victories at … Continue reading »

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