Monthly Archives: August 2011

Transfer Ticker: Arsenal makes moves, Hargreaves on verge of City move & more

In the aftermath of Sunday's 8-2 drubbing at Old Trafford, it became quite clear that Arsenal had to make some moves before the close of the summer transfer window if it is to be considered a threat in the Premier … Continue reading »

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Bradley completes move to Chievo

Photo by David Bernal/ Michael Bradley is officially out of team limbo. According to Bradley's agent, Ron Waxman, the 24-year-old U.S. international midfielder has completed his move from Borussia Monchengladbach to Chievo Verona, ending a frustrating spell on the sidelines … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad | 65 Comments

U.S. Open Cup semifinals: A Look Ahead

The way the U.S. Open Cup has played out, there's certainly a David bracket and a Goliath bracket. The Chicago Fire and Richmond Kickers meet in the former, as both carry underdog stories into their Open Cup semifinal matchup at … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- FC Dallas, MLS- Seattle Sounders, U.S. Open Cup, USL | 15 Comments

Klinsmann discusses some plans for USMNT future

Photo by By ADAM SERRANO MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. –- Always his analytic yet positive self, Jurgen Klinsmann spoke to a group of reporters during a group interview in Los Angeles and outlined his plans for the U.S. national team. … Continue reading »

Posted in U.S. Men's National Team | 114 Comments

Holden to make return with Bolton reserves Tuesday

  U.S. men's national team midfielder Stuart Holden has been sidelined since suffering a major injury with Bolton back in March, but he's on te verge of returning to action after five months on the shelf. Holden will take part … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, U.S. Men's National Team | 63 Comments

Barcelona 5, Villarreal 0: Match Highlights

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Maryland rallies to roll past West Virginia

Photo courtesy of Maryland media relations By AVI CREDITOR COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The second half continues to be Maryland's time. John Stertzer scored twice in a seven-minute span in the second half to lift No. 5 Maryland (Fox Soccer/SBI) … Continue reading »

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European Weekend Rewind

By DAVID MOSSE Arsenal supporters hope Sunday’s embarrassing 8-2 defeat to Manchester United represents rock bottom with Arsene Wenger finally motivated to react in the transfer market. The Gunners were without several first-team players, but there was no excuse for … Continue reading »

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