National letter of intent day was last Wednesday, and it took a while to get things organized. Tuesday U.S. Soccer came out with their initial list showing 414 players from their development academies going off to college.
Camp is over and everyone has returned home, but what is the major takeaway from the first USMNT camp of the year?
U.S. Soccer is changing cutoffs from age to birth year; tryouts for this change in Washington State kick off on February 24 & 25 yet confusion about the change remains.
Jordan Morris has played nine times for the senior USMNT, but only has been paid for the two appearances in 2016. Morris couldn't collect a check in 2015 because he was still consider an amateur while in college.
If your interested in why Jordan Morris' elevation in the game came so quickly all you have to do is look at his moves, or movement off the ball.
Soccer in Washington State has deep roots in community driven leagues and programs. The EPLWA is no different and the people running it are the reason it stays strong.
Major League Soccer
D.C. United pulled off a trade on Tuesday sending Conor Doyle to the Colorado Rapids for a 2017 third round draft pick. The move clears a roster spot for a potential signing. Colorado might still have a trick or two up their sleeve.
We witnessed it last Sunday in the Super Bowl, defenses win championships. Does that same mantra transcend onto the soccer field? Here is a look at the last twenty years of MLS history.
MLS clubs are bushwhacking the overgrown path between the top level and its linked lower-tier league with increasing regularity, and as the USL grows so too will its uses from MLS’s perspective.
MLS has grown enough in stature that many Italian-based players are starting to see a move to the land of the red, white, and blue as lateral, or even preferable, to transferring to another Serie A outfit.
In the past a winter loan overseas to test one's mettle against the best players in the world was thought to be a good option. Now players in the MLS are staying home because as Steven Gerrard learned last year the travel, climate, and physicality of MLS is taxing on the body.
We have seen it before, things get out of hand and before you know it fisticuffs. In France over the weekend an off the ball incident turned into a ring side seat for the players on field.
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If your interested in scintillating TV, the six-hour FIFA presidential election is for you!
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