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USMNT boss Arena says GK pool is nine deep

There are nine goalkeepers in the discussion right now for United States men’s national team coach Bruce Arena.

Six are based in the United States, with three more abroad in the forms of Middlesbrough’s Brad Guzan, Club Brugge’s Ethan Horvath, and Leon’s William Yarbrough. 128 more words

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New England Revolution Release 2017 Regular-Season Schedule

Local soccer fans now have many more dates to circle on their calendars.

Major League Soccer on Thursday released its complete 2017 regular-season schedule, and the New England Revolution now can plot their course through the campaign. 89 more words

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Revolution's Latest Plan For Boston Soccer Stadium Reportedly Nearly Dead

The New England Revolution seem to have hit another dead end in their seemingly eternal pursuit of a home of their own.

The Boston Globe’s Shirley Leung reported Wednesday that the Kraft family, owner of the Revolution, is ready to walk away from its proposal to build a… 396 more words

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US, Mexico could team up and meet FIFA's World Cup need

ZURICH (AP) The United States and Mexico could team up and meet FIFA’s need for the biggest-ever World Cup in 2026 being staged by the most host nations. 589 more words


Every Player Deserves a Union

For players and fans of US and Canadian soccer existing outside of Major League Soccer, this off-season has been tumultuous. Nearly all other concerns, interests, and possibilities took a backseat to the near dissolution of the North American Soccer League.  1,137 more words


FIFA To Expand World Cup, Radically Change Format Starting In 2026

The world’s biggest sporting event will grow even larger in the future.

FIFA announced on its website Tuesday that it has voted to expand the World Cup finals… 211 more words

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Combine CONCACAF and CONMEBOL into one qualifying group? Yes, please!

International football cartel FIFA is set to vote this week on new boss Gianni Infantino’s plan to expand the World Cup to 48 teams. And, because this will generate a shitload of extra money, you can bet it’ll pass. 325 more words