Category Archives: Featured

Downtime: In defense of the MLS offseason

The MLS schedule has a lot of critiques, but is it closer to an optimal way to run a professional soccer league? Read More

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The Jacksonville Armada in the NASL

The Jacksonville Armada start their NASL run in a league that has interesting responses to old American soccer problems. Read More

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Open Thread: Would the USMNT benefit from a stronger Canada?

If a stronger Canada means a stronger USMNT and a better CONCACAF, why isn’t MLS doing more to make that happen? Read More

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Watching the Bundesliga

The Bundesliga does the best job of any foreign league in directly appealing to an American audience. Read More

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A point for Aston Villa in the Premier League, loss for Everton

Brad Guzan and Aston Villa picked up a Premier League point at home. Read More

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Brek Shea joins Orlando City

Brek Shea leaves Stoke City for Orlando City with the MLS expansion team completing a transfer for the USMNT player. Read More

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MLS on loan in 2015

MLS has two loan deals reflecting different versions of the league as we approach the start of the 2015 regular season. Read More

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FIFA once again says the 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes stand

In a Friday press conference, FIFA president Sepp Blatter once again confirmed that the 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes stand. Read More

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USMNT 27th in FIFA World Rankings

The USMNT move up a spot to 27th in the December 2014 FIFA World Rankings released on Thursday. Germany is in 1st-place. Read More

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FIFA levels up the ridiculousness

FIFA ethics investigator Michael Garcia has left the role after seeing his attempt to release more of the ethics report blocked. Read More

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