Monthly Archives: September 2009

Political climate worsens in Honduras days before USA World Cup qualifier (UPDATED)

The USA-Honduras World Cup qualifier set for Oct. 10 in Honduras is still set to be played in San Pedro Sula, but continued political upheaval is making it far from a certainty with fewer than two weeks to go. The acting … Continue reading »

Posted in CONCACAF, U.S. Men's National Team, World Cup Qualifying | 71 Comments

Weekend College Soccer Wrap

The important ACC match between UNC and Maryland came down to the wire on Friday. No. 2 UNC saw their unbeaten start to the season come to an end with less than two minutes left. Fifth-year senior Kevin Tangney, who had made … Continue reading »

Posted in College Soccer | 21 Comments

MLS Matchday 28: A Look Back

Week 28 in MLS was supposed to be a chance for teams chasing playoff berths to score clutch victories and grab hold of their opportunities to secure a place in the post-season. Only two team, the New England Revolution and … Continue reading »

Posted in Major League Soccer | 7 Comments

EPL Week 6: A Look Back

By TRAVIS CLARK Many had trumped this weekend as a maelstrom of mediocre matchups throughout England's top flight. And surely with fixtures like Wigan-Chelsea, Manchester United-Stoke, Sunderland-Wolves, there wasn't much to boast about going in. But the aftermath of it … Continue reading »

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Ralston out for season with torn ACL

New England Revolution midfielder Steve Ralston is out for the season with a torn ACL suffered during the Revs' 2-1 win vs. Seattle on Saturday at Gillette Stadium. Ralston suffered the injury after planting his right leg upon landing following … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- New England Revolution | 21 Comments

Monday Morning Centerback: On the US Under-20s, SBI’s MLS MVP vote and more

                                                                                Photo by It was an ugly loss, but one you came away feeling didn't have to happen. The U.S. Under-20 national team's 3-0 loss to Germany was never really competitive, at least in the sense that the Americans … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- New England Revolution, MLS- San Jose Earthquakes, Monday Morning Centerback, U.S. Youth National Teams, Under-20 World Cup | 74 Comments

Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

by GIANFRANCO PANIZO While there were few positives to draw from the U.S. U-20 national team's World Cup opener, there were reasons for optimism from some of the Americans Abroad this weekend. Tim Howard once again provided Everton with a solid performance, … Continue reading »

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Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

It is one of the more quiet Sundays in recent memory in the soccer world, but even on a slow day there are plenty of matches to watch. The Under-20 World Cup is in full swing, while leagues from Italy … Continue reading »

Posted in Soccer on TV, Your Running Commentary | 24 Comments