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For America

Anyone who knows me knows my passion for soccer. My love of the beautiful game, my beautiful game. I live for this game. And just like every other American who loves and lives soccer, I want to see America compete. 625 more words

US Soccer legend Tony DiCicco dies

Former U.S. women’s national team head coach and National Soccer Hall of Famer Tony DiCicco has died at the age of 68.

His son Anthony DiCicco spoke of “health challenges” for his father in a statement released on behalf of the family. 129 more words


Russian Hooliganism, Racism Can Ruin Confederations Cup, World Cup

Russia is set to host the 2017 Confederations Cup this summer in preperation for the 2018 World Cup.

NESN.com’s Marc DiBenedetto and Marcus O’Mard discussed the potential issues Russia will face in the coming month and year on this week’s episode of the… 29 more words

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Mexico Ready To Compete For 2017 Confederations Cup Title

The Mexican national team heads to Russia for the 2017 Confederations Cup at the top of their game and ready to compete with some of the best squads in the world. 60 more words

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USA Soccer Eying Bid For Russia After CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers

The United States men’s national team came out with four points in two matches during their recent CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers and look to be on their way to the 2018 World Cup in Russia. 63 more words

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Report: Klinsmann firing cost U.S. Soccer $6.2 million

While nobody can argue that the firing of Jurgen Klinsmann and return of Bruce Arena as U.S. Men’s National Team head coach has been anything but a success on the field, U.S. 233 more words


Development Academy not the best way to find the country's best soccer talent

By Brad Hallier

I sometimes wonder how much the United States Soccer Federation cares about developing the game in this country.

I’m sure the federation cares. 1,428 more words