Monthly Archives: March 2011

Eastern Conference Notes: SKC to play Newcastle, Carr nears debut and more

Photo by Greig Cowie/ By THOMAS FLOYD Lost in the shuffle amid the announcement of Manchester's United's full U.S. schedule Tuesday, Sporting Kansas City announced a friendly against another English Premier League club with plenty of tradition — Newcastle United. Sporting … Continue reading »

Posted in Major League Soccer, MLS- Chicago Fire, MLS- Columbus Crew, MLS- D.C. United, MLS- Houston Dynamo, MLS- New England Revolution, MLS- New York Red Bulls, MLS- Philadelphia Union, MLS- Sporting Kansas City, MLS- Toronto FC | 27 Comments

Netherlands 5, Hungary 3: The Highlights

In case the USMNT's matches left you starved for goals:

Posted in International Soccer | 10 Comments

What’s the biggest positive you took from the USMNT’s two friendlies?

Photo by Tony Quinn/ The U.S. men's national team has just one more match before the CONCACAF Gold Cup, and these past two friendlies against Argentina and Paraguay were rather important in helping Bob Bradley with his personnel and tactical … Continue reading »

Posted in U.S. Men's National Team | 165 Comments

U.S. U-20s open World Cup qualifying with rout of Suriname

Photo by Omar Martinez/   By FRANCO PANIZO While the U.S. men's national team was attempting to find a way to crack Paraguay's defense in Nashville, the Under-20 national team was busy pummeling Suriname's in its World Cup qualifying opener … Continue reading »

Posted in U.S. Youth National Teams, Under-20 World Cup | 29 Comments

Paraguay 1, USA 0: The Highlights


Posted in International Soccer, U.S. Men's National Team | 31 Comments

Ghana, Australia earn surprise results in Tuesday’s international action

By JOHN BOSCHINI Any long-time soccer fan knows better than to put a lot of stock into international friendlies but, even so, fans of Ghana and Australia will be happy with their positive results against a couple of traditional European … Continue reading »

Posted in International Soccer | 13 Comments

Two late goals the difference as Timbers beat Chivas USA in Open Cup qualifying

By ADAM SERRANO It was a rainy night on the campus of the University of Portland with both teams fighting to put some momentum in their season, but in the end, the Portland Timbers pulled out on top. Jack Jewsbury … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- Chivas USA, MLS- Portland Timbers | 10 Comments

USA improves, but falls to tough Paraguay

photo by Tony Quinn/   By FRANCO PANIZO NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The quality of play from the U.S. men's national team was much improved against Paraguay than it was three days prior versus Argentina, but that didn't translate into a victory … Continue reading »

Posted in International Soccer, U.S. Men's National Team | 334 Comments