As the NWSL incrementally progresses as a league, talks of expansion become natural. A very natural fit to those conversations comes in LAFC, which with the help of Mia Hamm appears to be strategizing what such an expansion would look like.
Facing the biggest match in country's recent history, Sierra Leone's manager Sellas Tetteh intends to take the field without New England Revolution frontman Kei Kamara.
This week's TAM/Designated Player rigamarole centers on Bradley Wright-Philips change in status, and how that changes actually doesn't change a whole lot.
A familiar face tops the list of SoccerAmerica's most impactful summer moves, among six other players whose arrival or departures create a ripple throughout the league. Additionally, some of the smarter moves of the summer were the ones that didn't get made, as Chicago reject offers for David Accam in an effort to extend his contract.
Among a bevy of impressive performances against St. Vincent & the Grenadines was Sacha Klestjan's "re-debut" to the USMNT 1st team. As USMNT continues qualifying play, its worth getting acclimated to the CONCACAF's quirkiest and hostile venues.
Despite a top-of-the table performance on the field, the Edmonton Eddies supporters have not delivered on their end of the bargain.
The Inter Milan SB Nation site has rebranded, and is now known as Serpents of Madonnina.
George over at Howler Magazine chronicled his efforts to understand the impact Jack Warner has had on soccer in Trinidad and Tobago, including a stay at the Joao Havelange Centre of Excellence.