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And read the Seattle Times story on Alan Hinton's battle with cancer.

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This week the Seattle Sounders will be playing in the FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup, and the whole deally will be broadcast on

The Seattle Times caught up with Alan Hinton in order to get the full story on his fight with Bladder Cancer.

Even with all the shiny new homegrown signings, now's not the time to forget about the talented Aaron Kovar.


Jhon Kennedy Hurtado's 2014 season involved a trade to the Chicago Fire and Chivas USA, a year which damaged his reputation a great deal. His newest opportunity is on trial with the New York Red Bulls.

Looking to add some attacking talent, the Colorado Rapids are inquiring in corners familiar to this site. Their target: one Diego Forlan.

Perhaps inspired by his former LA Galaxy teammate, Juninho has claimed to wish an appearance with the US Men's National Team (instead of his native Brazil.)

Las Vegas is out, so now the 24th MLS team will almost certainly be located in either Sacramento or Minnesota. Prosoccertalk measures the pros and cons.

Ticket sales for Orlando City's home opener reportedly reached 30,000 last week, and according to the team, another 10,000 seats have sold since then.

Watch as The Guardian compares two players based on their home country and affiliation, including Manchester City's Yaya Toure and NYCFC's Kwadwo Poku.

Once a Metro takes another look at the Ambroise Oyongo situation and how it impacts third-party ownership going forward.

United States

National teammates of Kristine Lilly remember and honor the former star ahead of her induction to the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Then, Brian McBride gets the same treatment.

As the sixth pick in the 2015 MLS Draft, Alex Bono comes packaged with certain expectations. His ceiling is so high, he's playing for his country before playing for his new club (Toronto FC.)


This link is about how Real Madrid can repeat as Champions League... Champions... But the word "repeat" is just bringing me back to February 1st. I can't finish this thought...

After Jurgen Klinsmann's success in the World Cup, club teams were bound to come calling. But while Aston Villa is in some dire need of leadership, Klinsmann reportedly isn't interested.


Being President of FIFA is like being part of American Congress: Your approval rate sucks, but you get re-elected anyway. And Sepp Blatter has the re-election part nailed.

Cuauhtemoc Blanco is entering into politics with the intent to counter intense violence. Maybe he can flop his way to a safer planet.

The 2016 Copa America will be paralleled by the World Cup qualifiers for Russia, leading to a potential devaluation of the tournament.