Sean Maslin looks at how the promising foundations in the lower tiers of Canadian and U.S. soccer can be leveraged for the benefit of the game as a whole.
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A recent surge of American players to MLS will prove long term benefit for United States.
As the curtain prepares to fall on Landon Donovan’s international career, Rory Masterson discusses his legacy with the USMNT.
Richard Chambers brings us back to the days of the New York Cosmos, where the best of football’s 70s and 80s era were brought to the States for one final heyday. Earlier today, Eric Cantona joined the reinvention of the Cosmos – alongside the likes of Pele, Franz Beckenbauer and Carlos Alberto.
Major League Soccer will crown a first time champion this weekend as FC Dallas play Colorado Rapids in the MLS Cup Final in Toronto, and Michael Orr previews the game for us.
There was late drama on the final day of World Cup qualifiers as a late goal for the United States sent Honduras to next summer’s finals ahead of Costa Rica. A 63rd minute strike from veteran striker Carlos Pavon was enough to give Honduras a 1-0 away win away to El Salvador, but as the […]
United States striker Charlie Davies has suffered serious injuries in a Washington car accident that killed a female companion. The 23 year old’s hopes of appearing at next summer’s World Cup finals in South Africa are now in doubt after he was confirmed to have multiple facial fractures, a badly broken right leg, a broken […]