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Major Link Soccer: United States goal must be to win World Cup

Former Sounder DeAndre Yedlin talks about USA’s goal, say goodbye to a Sounder, and an unsanctioned soccer league in the US?

Soccer: FIFA World Cup Qulifier-Trinidad & Tobago at USA Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports


It’s official, Oniel Fisher has been acquired by D.C. United. United reinforced a weak spot and got the former Seattle Sounders fullback for a low price.

In other Sounders news, Academy products committed to college programs on National Signing Day.

The Tacoma Stars Nick Perera was named to the MASL Team of the Week.


During a time when USL affiliates come and go, FC Dallas renewed their USL affiliation for at least one more year with OKC Energy FC. As part of the agreement, Energy FC will play the FC Dallas reserves at Toyota Soccer Center.

As the season draws closer, more and more kits are being released and some are being leaked. Take a look at Minnesota United FC’s leaked 2018 kit.

Current LA Galaxy and former Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid sat down and talked about the worst season in Galaxy history and what they have done to be better in 2018.

It sounds like the Portland Timbers may be adding another forward to their team. Swedish international Samuel Armenteros is rumored to be close to signing with Portland.


If you ask DeAndre Yedlin, the United States’ goal must be to win the World Cup. The former Sounder sat down with Joe Prince-Wright.

Do you like where the United States Men’s National Team plays their home games? Do you feel that the environment should be more hostile?

Apparently there have been discussions planned regarding starting up a new, unsanctioned professional soccer league.

U.S. Soccer is doing everything they can in order to develop world class players, coaches and referees. This Spring, six Division I Men’s Soccer programs will play each other over a seven week period.


I’m sure everyone will have their favorites for the 2018 World Cup. Take a look at Part 1 of “How to Pick a World Cup Winner”.

Telemundo has partnered with Copa90 to launch a Hispanic soccer content creator network for the upcoming 2018 World Cup. The network kicks off a nationwide search for bilingual soccer influencers that they are willing to train and even send to Russia.

Former New York Red Bulls centerback Matt Miazga was fined by Vitesse Arnhem for 'inappropriate' grab of opponent. The on-loan Chelsea defender was fined after grabbing the groin area of an opposing player in the Eredivisie.

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