1. Sunil Gulati Says USSF and MLS Are 'On the Same Page'

    As the Jurgen Klinsmann-Don Garber dispute escalated last week, Sunil Gulati found himself in a unique place: As president of the U.S. Soccer Federation, he employs one and works regularly with the other...

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  2. Colombia Announces Friendly vs. U.S. Men's National Team

    The Colombian soccer federation announced that Colombia will play the U.S. men's national team in a friendly on Nov. 14. U.S. Soccer has yet to confirm the friendly...

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  3. MLS, US Soccer Partner with IMG to Market Media Rights Until 2022

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  4. Klinsmann vs. the MLS: Why the American Boss Shouldn't Be Criticized for Honesty

    Jurgen Klinsmann is not afraid of controversy. The American manager ruffled the feathers of MLS Commissioner Don Garber last week when he openly questioned whether ...

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  5. U.S. Women Take Limited Positives from Haiti Thrashing

    The Americans eventually broke through Haiti's bunker defense en route to a 6-0 win in the nation's capital...

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  6. Why US Soccer Can't Afford Klinsmann's Attitude

    On July 29, 2011, one day prior to his 47th birthday, Jurgen Klinsmann was named head coach of the United States national soccer team. On Dec...

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  7. United States Women's National Team Inch Closer to World Cup Qualification

    All the United States women's national team needs is one more win to secure its place at the 2015 Women's World Cup, following the 6-0 destruction of Haiti in their final group stage game in the qualifying tournament here on Monday night...

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  8. Meghan Klingenberg Scores Absolute Screamer for the USWNT

    With the U.S. leading its final CONCACAF group play game over Haiti 2-0 in the second half, defender Meghan Klingenberg came up and struck a complete rocket into the back of the net to put the Americans up 3-0 in the 57th minute...

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  9. Report: It Will Be Colombia – Not Croatia – for USMNT in November

    Goff is now reporting that the team the US will play is Colombia, and it will still take place at Craven Cottage on November 12. He also says Croatia will instead take on Argentina at West Ham's Upton Park...

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  10. USMNT Watch: Geoff Cameron and Terrence Boyd Make Long-Awaited Returns

    After a fall characterized by a spate of injuries for many Americans playing abroad, the positive news for United States men’s national team fans this weekend was the return from injury of Americans Geoff Cameron and Terrence Boyd...

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  11. Donovan Takes Another Shot at Klinsmann

    "He will have to live with what might have been," Landon Donovan on Jurgen Klinsmann omitting him from World Cup squad...

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  12. Michael Bradley to Klinsmann: 'I Have Thick Skin'

    In the latest edition of Jurgen Klinsmann vs. Major League Soccer, Michael Bradley has stepped into the ring to voice his opinions on his managers recent comments that criticized the midfielders return to the MLS...

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  13. Broken Foot Could Cost Joe Corona Rest of 2014

    Club Tijuana and U.S. national team midfielder Joe Corona suffered a broken foot on Friday, and appears likely to be sidelined for the rest of 2014...

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  14. Alex Morgan Stretched off After Suffering Apparent Ankle Injury vs. Guatemala

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  15. The Reality of the Situation Facing Jozy Altidore at Sunderland

    The news last week that Jozy Altidore was considering his future at Sunderland hardly came as a surprise...

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  16. USWNT Will Face a Tough Road After Opening Its World Cup Qualifying Campaign

    In the long march towards the 2015 Women's World Cup, the ongoing CONCACAF qualifying tournament was supposed to be something of a formality, a glorified set of tune-up games that would get the Americans nice and loose for the real thing...

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  17. Video: LegenD, Ep. 2 -- Landon the Leader

    Landon Donovan: LegenD, a six-part series, examines the remarkable career of Landon Donovan and his impact on Major League Soccer and soccer in North America.....

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  18. USWNT Opens WC Qualifying with Scrappy Win over T&T

    The United States hardly looked like its dominant self on Wednesday, but Abby Wambach's 54th minute goal was enough to lift the No. 1 team in the world past Trinidad & Tobago, 1-0 in the opening game of World Cup qualifying...

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  19. Highlight: Wambach Heads in Morgan's Cross

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  20. Media, Fans React to Don Garber's Blasting of Jurgen Klinsmann

    Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber stuck up for his league and his players on Wednesday, tearing into US Soccer coach Jurgen Klinsmann for his failure to align himself with the vision of soccer in the US...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 8 days ago 158 reads 0 comments

  21. The Face of U.S. Soccer Will Be Decidedly Un-American, If Klinsmann Has His Way

    Jurgen Klinsmann is managing U.S. Soccer like a second-term president. Now past one World Cup cycle that saw him receive a contract extension through the 2018 tournament before ...

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  22. Jones Shows Promise in First USMNT Start at Centerback

    BOCA RATON, Fla. — Jermaine Jones was hesitant. Despite playing centerback previously in his career for both Schalke and Besiktas , he was not entirely sure about doing so on the international level...

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  23. Jozy Fired Up to Score in Front of Friends, Family

    BOCA RATON, Fla. – Not only did Jozy Altidore get just his second goal since June in the USMNT's 1-1 draw with Honduras on Tuesday, he got to register a much-needed tally in front of friends and family from South Florida and beyond...

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  24. USA vs. Honduras: What Went Right, What Went Wrong for USMNT

    On Tuesday night in Boca Raton , Florida, the United States men's national team tied Honduras 1-1. After going up 1-0 on a 10th-minute goal by Jozy Altidore, the USMNT conceded a late equalizer in the 86th minute to finish with a tie...

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  25. Lessons Learned from USA's October International Friendlies

    The United States men's national team's most recent international break is now over, at least from the standpoint of playing matches. American supporters are probably just fine seeing it end...

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