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Owen Coyle and Houston Dynamo. A match made in heaven?

Eyebrows were raised last December when former Wigan Athletic manager Owen Coyle accepted the position of head coach at MLS side Houston Dynamo. Coyle’s reputation in England may not be what it was once was during his halcyon Burnley days, but nobody… Read More at… 8 more words

Talking Houston, El Tri, Chivas loan with Erick "Cubo" Torres; Ready to "do all the right moves" in MLS

2014 was a heck of year for Erick “Cubo” Torres. The young striker scored his first senior goal for the Mexican national team, starred for Chivas USA during its final year in Major League Soccer and watched an uncertain club future play out before finding a home with the Houston Dynamo. 776 more words

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Robbie Rogers unsure where he stands with USMNT coach Jurgen Klinsmann after coming out two years ago

LA Galaxy defender Robbie Rogers would, perhaps one day, like to play for the US national team again. For that to happen, though, as Rogers puts it, he’ll first need to have a serious “life conversation” with USMNT head coach Jurgen Klinsmann. 634 more words

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2014 Review: Top Moments in U.S. Soccer, #10-6

Looking back on 2014, it has been a pretty incredible year for soccer in the USA. With the USMNT’s run to the last 16 in Brazil during the World Cup madness, MLS’s upsurge and Landon Donovan going out a winner with LA, we’ve been spoiled for top moments. 697 more words

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Robbie Rogers: FIFA "insane" to host World Cups in Russia, Qatar

LA Galaxy star Robbie Rogers has spoken out about FIFA’s decision to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups in Russia and Qatar, respectively.

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Remembering DaMarcus Beasley's sensational USMNT career

DaMarcus Beasley is the only American in history to play at four different World Cups, as that remarkable feat will be tough to equal.

On Monday Beasley, 32, announced his retirement after a remarkable international career as the USMNT lost one of its leaders and most reliable players. 544 more words

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Thierry Henry announces retirement from soccer, reveals future plans

The King has left the building. For good.

On Tuesday, legendary striker Thierry Henry announced his retirement from soccer as the 37-year-old revealed that he will now move into a media role as a pundit and ambassador for Sky Sports in the UK from 2015. 542 more words

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