Monthly Archives: January 2012

USA talking potential friendly with Scotland

photo by Five months is all that separates the U.S. men's national team from the start of its World Cup qualifying campaign, and a friendly against Scotland appears to be in the works prior to then. According to a … Continue reading »

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Mid-Day Ticker: Chelsea close in on De Bruyne, Everton avoid favorites in FA Cup draw and more

By FRANCO PANIZO Chelsea is looking for a better second half of the season in the Premiership, and it is hoping the signing of an attacking midfielder will help them do that. Chelsea is set to sign Kevin De Bruyne … Continue reading »

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WPS suspends 2012 season

  Another milestone was achieved this past weekend for women's professional soccer in the United States, as the U.S. women's national team qualified for the Olympics. Unfortunately for the players, they might not have a domestic season in which to … Continue reading »

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Chicago plays D.C. to scoreless draw in preseason opener

 Photo by Jose L. Argueta/ By THOMAS FLOYD After D.C. United and the Chicago Fire had their fair share of defensive struggles throughout the 2011 MLS campaign, the two teams both had a notable silver lining to take away from … Continue reading »

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Red Bulls sign Conde after completing deal with Fire

Just days after selling Tim Ream to Bolton, the New York Red Bulls have secured the services of his replacement, signing Colombian centerback Wilman Conde after making a trade with the Chicago Fire. The Red Bulls dealt allocation money (which … Continue reading »

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Must-See Goal: Erlan Gaston Mealla

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Arsenal 3, Aston Villa 2: Match Highlights

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European Weekend Rewind: Arsenal comes back, Inter loses and more

By JOHN BOSCHINI It looked to be another long afternoon at the Emirates after Arsenal found themselves down two to Aston Villa at halftime and on the verge of going out of the FA Cup. Relief came quickly, however, as … Continue reading »

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