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U-17 USMNT coach Williams confident ahead of international tournaments

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By DAN KARELL

The Under-17 U.S. Men's National Team embarked on their third cross-Atlantic trip of 2014 on Thursday, carrying a level of confidence not often seen from a U.S. youth team.

In their last two European trips, the U.S.

Orlando City Notes: Robinho move to Orlando hits snag; New Citrus Bowl renderings; and more

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By MIKE GRAMAJO

SANFORD, Fla. —Orlando City Soccer Club's acquisition of AC Milan forward Robinho may have run into a brick wall.

According to reports in Italy,Robinho's move to Orlando City from Milan is more than likely doubtful. Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has admitted to discussions between the Lions and the Rossoneri, but the inability to match a transfer fee seems to be a problem.

Adu signs contract with Serbian side Jagodina

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By DAN KARELL

Freddy Adu has finally landed with a new club.

After arriving in Serbia on Thursday and attending FK Jagodina's UEFA Europa League qualifying match, a 1-0 defeat to CFR Cluj, Adu signed his contract on Friday and officially became a member of Jagodina's squad.

MLS Ticker: Bengtson loaned to Belgrano; MLS fine Whitecaps; and more

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By DAN KARELL

Jerry Bengtson's star crossed time in Boston is over.

The New England Revolution announced on Friday morning that they've sent the Honduras international forward on loan to Argentine club Belgrano through June 30, 2015.

NWSL Week 16: A Look Ahead

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By SARAH HALLETT

Seattle Reign FC secured the first playoff spot last weekend and now as less than a month remains of the season, the pressure heats up for the last three remaining spots.

Portland Thorns FC were forced to travel east on Wednesday night and were able to salvage a draw against the Washington Spirit.

Friday Kickoff: La Liga schedule released; Pinto resigns from Los Ticos; and more

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By DAN KARELL

Fans of La Liga only have to wait one more month until the start of the 2014/2015 season.

The Spanish league announced their schedule on Thursday, with the first weekend of games set to take place 30 days from today. The Big Three of Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, and Barcelona start off the season against Cordoba, Rayo, and Elche, respectively.

Garcia nabs a brace in RSL victory over Impact

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By TYLER GRAY

SANDY, Utah. -It had been one year and 11 days since Olmes Garcia last scored a goal. Just to prove a point, he scored two.

Real Salt Lake scored once from Luke Mulholland and a brace from Olmes Garcia to negate Hassoun Camara's first-half strike for the 10-man Montreal Impact.

Americans Abroad: Weekend Preview

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By FRANCO PANIZO

Summer vacation is over for Sacha Kljestan.

Kljestan and Anderlecht are set to kick off their Pro League campaign on Sunday, when they host promoted side Royal Mouscron-Perewelz. The veteran midfielder will be looking for a start in the match after being an unused substitute for much of last season, and he will have the knowledge that a solid performance could help him carve out a more permanent place in the lineup.

Henry, Wenger gush over Zelalem’s potential

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By FRANCO PANIZO

HARRISON, N.J. You can add Thierry Henry to the list of people that are high on Arsenal prospect and potential U.S. Men's National Team player Gedion Zelalem.

Henry and his New York Red Bulls are set to play host to Arsenal on Saturday in a rare stateside friendly for the Premiership club.

DeMerit announces retirement in open letter to Whitecaps fans

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By FRANCO PANIZO

One of U.S. Soccer's most perseverant players has played his last game.

Jay DeMerit has announced his retirement in an open letter to Vancouver Whitecaps fans. DeMerit's decision comes after two injury-plagued seasons in Vancouver in which the centerback suffered a torn Achilles tendon in the season opener in 2013 and another torn tendon in his left ankle this past June.

U.S. set to host Women’s World Cup qualifying games across 4 cities

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By CAITLIN MURRAY

The stage is now set for CONCACAF qualifying for the 2015 Women's World Cup and the U.S. Women's National Team will be competing in front of home crowds.

From Oct. 15-26, Kansas City, Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. will serve as host cities for the2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship, where three teams will qualify for the World Cup.

New York City FC add Lampard as Designated Player

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By FRANCO PANIZO

New York City FC have signed their second Designated Player, and he is well-known player still capable of making an impact.

NYC FC announced on Thursday at a formal press conference in Brooklyn that they have signed free agent midfielder Frank Lampard.

Earthquakes push five past Fire in impressive victory

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By FRANCO PANIZO

Not since 2012 had the San Jose Earthquakes offense been so deadly, putting up five goals on Wednesday in an impressive victory over the Chicago Fire.

The Earthquakes were on the sweet end of a 5-1 rout against the Fire at Buck Shaw Stadium on Wednesday night, with five different players finding the back of the net for San Jose.

Summer Friendly Rewind: Tottenham edges Toronto, Villa blank Dallas and more

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By FRANCO PANIZO

Jermain Defoe had a chance to topple his former club with his new one, but he and Toronto FC were ultimately undone by a late goal.

Andros Townsend scored in the 85th minute and Tottenham edged Defoe and Toronto FC, 3-2, in a thrilling friendly at BMO Field on Wednesday.

Man United thrash Galaxy in Rose Bowl friendly

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By MARK EDWARD HORNISH

PASADENA, Calif If anyone wanted to assess where American soccer stands in comparison to the European football, they need not look at the lopsided result on the scoreboard at the Rose Bowl, where the LA Galaxy hosted international giants Manchester United on a warm Wednesday night in Pasadena.