Monthly Archives: October 2012

Americans Abroad Spotlight: Garza thriving at Club Tijuana after difficult start to pro career

Greg Garza is just 21 years old, but he has already endured his fair share of ups and downs as a professional soccer player in a career that is going through better times now with Mexican League leaders Club Tijuana. Continue reading »

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Americans Abroad: Tuesday Rewind

Eric Lichaj was back in Aston Villa’s starting lineup on Tuesday and he made an impact, setting up the winner in the final minutes of regulation in the Villans’ Capital One Cup victory. Continue reading »

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Red Bull Arena hit with power outage, but avoids flooding from Superstorm Sandy

Red Bull Arena avoided flooding during Hurricane Sandy’s devastating tour through New Jersey, but the arena and the area surrounding it was hit by a power outage: Continue reading »

Posted in Featured, MLS Playoffs, MLS- D.C. United, MLS- New York Red Bulls | 19 Comments

Sermanni named new USWNT head coach

U.S. soccer has announced the hiring of Tom Sermanni as the next head coach of the U.S. Women’s National Team. Continue reading »

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Johnson’s injury not as serious as first feared, Sounders could play him in first leg vs. RSL

Eddie Johnson’s injury has not been deemed too serious, and there is a chance he could play in Friday’s Western Conference semifinals first leg against Real Salt Lake. Continue reading »

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SBI Live Q&A (Oct. 30th Edition)

It’s time to discuss all thins soccer in the latest SBI Live Q&A. Continue reading »

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