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A U.S. Open Cup proposal (with some NPSL/PDL ramifications)

Let’s address a couple of issues:

  1. The U.S. Open Cup could use a boost.
  2. Teams could use some meaningful games in February, but it’s too cold to play in many parts of the country.
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Pro Soccer

What Should the US Soccer Federation Try to Accomplish in 2018?

It’s 2018 now, and with the incumbent Sunil Gulati out of contention for the United States Soccer Federation’s presidency, the election in February is sure to bring about significant change in US Soccer. 1,159 more words


MLS 2017 Season Review: Western Conference Part 1

The 2017 MLS season is over after nine hard months of competition. Toronto FC were the eventual winners of the Philip F. Anschutz Trophy, winning the MLS Cup for the first time in their history. 1,315 more words

American Sport

The USOC: A Displaced Fan's Perspective

By Kirsten Arpin // @Kirsten_Hoogs

Wednesday, September 20: 2-1 Win

U.S. Open Cup: Sporting KC v New York Red Bulls

Hello. I’m Kirsten Arpin, and I am a fan of… 1,035 more words

Team Updates

Rio Grande Valley FC defeats San Antonio FC 1-0; Texas MLS Recap; 2018 US Open Cup


San Antonio FC (SAFC) lost its first home game of the season 1-0 to in-state rivals Rio Grande Valley FC (RGV FC) Toros in front of 8,125 at Toyota Field Saturday night. 830 more words


Sporting KC adds another trophy with another strong team performance

Superstars have never reigned supreme at Sporting Kansas City.

Manager Peter Vermes has instituted a culture based off four core values that has set the club up for success, with Wednesday’s U.S. 824 more words