It's close enough to the quarter pole for me to feel justified in looking at numbers. Wanna fight about it?
Life comes at you fast. I kept putting off MLS Statistical Analysis for the first part of the season, and putting it off, and putting it off... until it became the end of the MLS season and I was getting married.
Yeah, this is basically two half-articles. For a couple of reasons: 1) I wanted to talk about multiple things and 2) I have trouble focusing on one thing for longer than–hey are those waffles I smell? Flew the Coop: the Seattle Sounders Release Kenny Cooper Oh my god, they waived..
Football Wonderkids Who Never Made It Why Martin Ødegaard should resist Arsenal & Bayern Munich for now is a post from: Just Football
by Mathew Burt
16-year-old Norwegian Martin Ødegaard has quickly become one of the hottest properties in world football following his sensational rise at Strômsgodset and his international debut this year aged just 15.
On a World Cup rest day, Major League Soccer continued, with the defending champions returning home to take on the Chicago Fire. In hot and humid conditions, neither team was able to find the final breakthrough as both sides settled for a 1-1 draw. Sporting KC's Dom Dwyer scored the opener in the 33rd minute when he took advantage of a poor mistake by Patrick Ianni and finished one-on-one with Fire goalkeeper Sean Johnson.
Roundup recaps from loss in Houston, which sees the Union drop to seventh place. Harrisburg falls in Orlando. MLS wrap. NWSL playoffs begin on Saturday. US falls on PKs to North Korea as Women's U-20 World Cup. More.
All the gamers you can handle, the best teams in CONCACAF, the return of an old friend and NewsRadio remembrances. Pour some Rocket Fuel Malt Liquor and peruse.
Still trying to get coffee and brandy in and the cold out. It's March 30 for Etcheverry's Sake! Oh well.
Recaps of D.C. United 1, Los Angeles Galaxy 0 by us (with more from Chris Pontius here and from Kofi Opare here), along with more from MLS Soccer, CSN Washington, The Washington Post, District Sports Page and Pontius nets dramatic late game-winner in 1-0 victory over the Galaxy | UnitedMania.
Shake off the cobwebs, get some coffee, and lets go.
There is a ton of news out there, so let's just get right into it.
The best American soccer player you've never heard of | For The Win: A day after it appears in the Indianapolis Star, this article then appears in the USA Today. What we know is that everyone loves Perry Kitchen.
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.
Freddy Adu's next career destination could be in Eastern Europe.
Goal USA is reporting that Adu is preparing to sign with Serbian side FK Jagodina, ending a seven-month run without a club after he was released by EC Bahia in Brazil. Jagodina finished third in the Serbian league last season and is taking part in UEFA Europa League qualifiers for the third straight season.
Dutch side AZ Alkmaar have enjoyed their fair share of success stories when it comes to utilizing American talent. With current U.S. Men's National Team forwards Jozy Altidore andAron Johannsson as products of the club, AZ are now looking towards its next possible American project.
The World Cup is over and the time begins to look ahead to 2018 in Russia. U.S. Men's National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann appears to be doing just that, with reports from Ireland indicating the USMNT will heading there for a friendly this fall.
Muitos têm sido os casos de futebolistas que chegam a Portugal rotulados de craques ou de grandes promessas que nunca chegam a mostrar os atributos que levaram s suas contratações. Muitos deles contratados por verbas bem avultadas, das quais os clubes nunca obtiveram o respectivo e desejado retorno.
Some history, some America, some FIFA, and an update on #OurFriendClyde.
It may be the offseason and almost Christmas (or just Thursday, however you roll), but apparently soccer still does some things. So I'm here to tell you about some of those things, even though I'm nearing some sort of Christmas cookie-induced coma.
The ex-Philadelphia Union (and nine other clubs) forward goes on Twitter to let us all know he wasn't released, his contract just wasn't renewed.
Freddy Adu is our biggest fan.
Ok maybe not. But after we ran our Paid Their Dues last night announcing he had been cut by Serbian SuperLiga club FK Jagodina (and it caught a bit of a fire earlier today), Freddy took to this Twitter account to set the record straight.