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Seattle Sounders 2 vs Tulsa Roughnecks: live stream, game time, and lineups

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S2 have only pride and next season to fight for against Tulsa.

Since their last game, results out of Seattle Sounders FC 2's control went against them and they find themselves mathematically eliminated from the USL Playoffs. The writing has been on the wall for close to two months but as someone who watched both the ‘95 Mariners and the 16' Seattle Sounders there was always a pinch at the back of my skull promising the impossible.

CHI Franciscan Health to partner with Sounders, Mariners

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The teams and the Tacoma-based healthcare provider will enter into a multi-year partnership

CHI Franciscan Health has agreed to a multi-year partnership agreement with the Seattle Sounders, Seattle Mariners, Tacoma Stars, and Tacoma Rainiers as "official Partners in Health", Sounder at Heart has learned.

Roger Davies - Golden Scarf Awardee, Sounders Legend

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Prior to the Seattle Sounders v Chelsea FC friendly NASL Sounder Roger Davies will be awarded the Golden Scarf. The scarf is now awarded on a much more limited basis than previous years, but there is little doubt that Davies deserves the recognition of his importance to Seattle's soccer history. This guest post is to provide those that missed his greatness with a reminder of just how much he meant to the Sounders.

Scouting Report: Sounders at Timbers - I'm A Lumberjack And I'm OK

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The Portland Timbers are not a good MLS team right now. Sure, they have the nobility of support (as Seattle fans we've been through that with the Seahawks, Sonics and Mariners), but the team itself is poor. John Spencer and those above him are trying to rebuild on the fly. They recently added Danny Mwanga and Mike Fucito to add to the offense.

Little Timbers Win In Dominating Performance

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The Portland Timbers U23's took on the Fraser Valley Mariners yesterday and did something that the Timbers first team has not done since the first week of the season: they won big and they won in style. With a final score of 3-0, a score that was generous to the Mariners, the U23's opened their season with an exciting victory.

Portland Timbers U-23 PDL Team Kicks Off May 11th

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While we received the Timbers MLS schedule a few weeks ago the U-23 side went unannounced until today. Kicking off the season on May 11th, the Portland Timbers U-23 PDL will host the Fraser Valley Mariners at Jeld-Wen Field.

Here's the full home schedule:

Date Opponent Time (Pacific) Venue
Friday, May 11 Fraser Valley Mariners 7 p.

Sydney FC

Sydney FC remains a basket case - where is your football vision

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The talk is that Sydney FC has spent more than $7 million this year on their playing budget.

Is it possible for a team to spend so much in the A-League and to return so little. And are there any signs the playing group are heading in the right direction, this year or more worryingly next?

Sydney FC: The entertainers. And have they found a no. 9?

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Have you ever seen Sydney FC entertain like that?

They were sharp out of the blocks, took the lead with a great finish and with a little more urgency could have been a couple up early.

The Mariners were all at sea, unusually sloppy with their ball retention in front of their back four and the defence was losing tackles and players at will.

Mustafa Amini is 17 right?

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He's playing number 10 for the Mariners and if you haven't seen him play yet and you're into Aussie football, it's time you did.

He's got such touch, in a key key position. And while you're about it compare him to every other Aussie midfielder going around in the A-League.

He has remarkable vision for a young player, which shows vision isn't about the age, but amazingly, to me, like all top top players he has great physical strength.

Central Coast Mariners

Lennon boosts midfield ahead of Champions League ties

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Celtic boss Neil Lennon already appears to be preparing for the future after the club agreed a deal with Central Coast Mariners for young midfielder Tom Rogic.

Rogic, 20, has attracted much interest from British clubs this January transfer window after making his international debut in 2012.

Central Coast Mariners 2012/13 Kappa Home and Away Kits

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Australia A-League club Central Coast Mariners has unveiled their 2012/13 home and away kits from new technical sponsor Kappa. According to the Mariners website: Central Coast Mariners can today unveil...

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Oxford United Return To New England

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While the PDL and NPSL regular seasons are wrapping up this weekend, there will still be some exciting soccer in New Hampshire and Maine as English League Two (fourth division) side Oxford United travels to New England to face the Seacoast United Mariners, Seacoast United Phantoms, and a PDL and NPSL New England All-Star team.

Reds Lose, Draw Over Weekend

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Even though the Rhode Island Reds only grabbed a point from two games over the past weekend, it was good enough to hold onto a share of the third spot (along with Mass United) in the NPSL Northeast Atlantic Conference.

On Friday, the Reds fell to the John Wolyniec-led Red Bulls by the score of 5-0 at Cranston Stadium.

Reds Get Win, Draw Over Weekend

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The Rhode Island Reds improved its postseason chances with a win and a draw away from Cranston Stadium over the weekend.

On Saturday, Paolo Mendes scored the deciding goal in the 83rd minute to lead the Reds to a 1-0 win over the Seacoast United Phantoms at Portsmouth High School.

On Sunday, the Reds earned a 2-2 draw against the Seacoast United Mariners at Scarborough High School.

Carlos Hernandez

Ange and Marcos Rojas - what is not to like - watch the Kiwi fly

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Marcos Rojas the young Kiwi flyer showed signs of greatness in NZ - at Victory less so as Managers struggled to get the best out of him. You can bet Ange will and won't it be great to see the energy and talent of Rojas go to another level. Ange likes them running and young and it will be fascinating to see if he has a spot for our Harry.

Melbourne Victory Mess: Actually is it Ernie's midfield legacy?

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It started with Ernie - Mehmet inherited and added to the mess and now look where we are.

The Victory midfield has been a debacle since Fred left. His fast running midfield added much to Archie Thompson and a younger Danny Allsopp's firepower but how many years ago was that.

And was the style sustainable in Asia - or even the A-League.

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Brisbane Roar: Now we all know how to beat them, or is Ange really the master coach?

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The Salary Cap has struck again.

Brisbane Roar have lost Thomas Broich, Henrique, Matt Smith and other key players in recent weeks and as a result despite continuing to boss possession, key goals have been conceded and a lack of attacking penetration has seem the team suffer three defeats in a row.

Perth disappointing us all - in the East

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We all saw the Brisbane Roar flying around the field last year, the Mariners were not far behind and of course Melbourne and Adelaide always set a standard, often exciting.

Perth failed, failed to excite and this after being top of the boxing league after a few games.

Had a review - kept Iain Ferguson - and done the same.

Perez fails to deliver as McKay's Roar march on.

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All the hype about Patricio Perez the Mariners star Argentinean counted for nothing as he failed to deliver in the game that mattered, the A-League semi-final.

A close game and the Mariners were perhaps unlucky not to score as they hit the post a couple of times but in truth it was Perez with some key space and ball, particularly in the second half who could not deliver a final ball, or test the Roar keeper with any decent shot that saw the Mariners needing a miracle in Brisbane.

Battle of Aussies :Did Arnie bottle it?

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The A-League is improving, even SBS says so, so it must be. In part, or mostly, it's due to the quality of our coaches.

But it's the much maligned Aussie Coaches, Ange Postecoglou, and former Socceroos Coach Graham Arnold who have been putting pride back into the local game and coaching fraternity.

Midweek matchday; Not one but three

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Midweek football is here again.

While some Aussies wait for the five day game that could end in a draw - do we all really like cricket?

Hmmmn not so sure - or else why did we have to invent the 20/20 version.

Anyway on Wednesday Brisbane at home to Perth, even the Roar can't stumble against God and co surely, or are the Roar fading?

Canberra

If Canberra is smart we could grab an A-League vacancy - soon.

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The Capital doesn't have an A-League team, the FFA don't want the Capital, it can't be maintained with the Brumbies and Raiders and now GWS in the city.

You've heard it all before.

But when you step back from the emotion it's Canberra's intelligence that can and needs to get it over the line.

Time for Canberra United to divorce Capital Football - Mariners show the way.

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It could happen.

Take Canberra United women's team - and divorce it from Capital Football - and now would be a great time.

Capital Football do what they are best at - grassroots and local competitions.

The Canberra United professional set-up would gain further expertise and focus in their elite area and Canberra United would expand to run and promote the elite game in town.

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Sounders up for Seattle Times Sports Story of Year

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Sounders up for Seattle Times Sports Story of Year

15 up for vote, with top 10 appearing in their 2010 Recap Addition.

You can vote for up to 10 stories at a time.

Stuff the ballot as Sounders are only at the 5% mark or so right now. Two stories over 10%, both Mariners.

Goodbye Dave

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For my regular readers who aren't friends and family in the Seattle area this is going to be out of place but bear with me. I'll have a game preview up tomorrow for the Eastern Conference Final.
Yesterday legendary Hall Of Fame Mariners broadcaster Dave Niehaus passed away from a heart attack.

The Rest

All of you, and so many more, are Sounders.

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Be hoarse on Friday. Be a Sounder forever.

Hey, you over there, the Mariners fan, wearing the Navy Blue, Northwest Green, Silver and sometimes Teal, I need a moment of your time.
And you, in Purple and Gold, can you listen for just a bit?
Ma'am, your Crimson, Gray and Anthracite looks great, seriously.

Jordan Morris enjoys an afternoon at the ballpark

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Sounders rookie got to throw out the first pitch during Wednesday's Mariners game.

Jordan Morris is pretty accustomed to accolades by now. He's scored a goal for the United States national team, claimed a college national title, won the Hermann trophy and could very well be named the MLS Rookie of the Year.

Stars on club emblems, yay or nay?

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Nick Amies, Gerald Crawford and Clive MacKillop talk over the Mariners' decision to wear championship stars, as well as assessing the value of the A-League finals series. We also discuss the W-League grand final between Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC whilst bringing you some news from all corners of Australian football.

Aussies on the rise in football - just to help you Phil get past the atmosphere etc:)

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Adam Sarota and Tommy Oar were named in the Eredivsie team of the week. And that's no mean feat is it?

And I couldn't help seeing a remarkable performance, again, from Trent Sainsbury at the heart of the Mariners defence. And he's fast.

James Virgili did some magical work to beat the Mariners experienced defence and lay a goal on a plate for Heskey.

Aztec MA Clinch First

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Aztec MA's plans to join the WPSL Elite may have been delayed till 2013, but that didn't stop the club from continuing their dominance in the Women's Premier Soccer League Northeast Division. The Aztec organization, which was formerly comprised of the Boston Aztec Breakers Reserve and Aztec U23, two teams that combined to win the past three WPSL Northeast Division titles, has again claimed first in the Northeast Division, now as the rebranded Aztec MA,  after a 4-0 win over the Seacoast United Phantoms.

Portland Timbers U23's Squad Turns 'Good Kids' Into 'Good Men'

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As fellow Stumptown Footy Editor Will Conwell reported earlier this week, the 2012 Timbers U23 USL Premier Development League (PDL) season begins tomorrow, as they host the British Columbia-based Abbotsford Magnuson Ford Mariners at 7pm.

Then on Tuesday at 7:30 the U23s' open their US Open Cup run against PSA Elite, a California-based US Adult Soccer Association club.

Congrats Dave And Thanks!

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I hope you'll let me divert for a bit to this wonderful article from MLB.com. Dave Cameron was diagnosed with leukemia last July and while he won't be considered cured for another 5 years he's turned a major corner and is seeing very positive signs.

Dave's a few years younger than me but we both grew up in the Seattle area listening to Dave Niehaus (RIP) calling many bad (and a few good) Mariners seasons.

Sounders Women vs Seattle U Game Thread & Live Blog

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Monday's first preseason friendly was an unqualified success both on and off the field. If tonight's game is going to match it it's going to have a little more competition off the field, as it's also the home opener for the Mariners. But people are already filing in an hour before and it looks to me like if tonight doesn't match Monday's crowd, it'll be close.

Mariners are favourites to win the A-League, in three years...

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The Mariners win their first Youth League title, Adelaide actually win a match and Melbourne Victory make another misguided signing by offering Jim Magilton a 2-year contract extension! It's all here on the Nearpost, brought to you by Paddy Bordier, Nick Cumpston and Nick Amies.

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Does the A-League need money? We're not so sure

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Paddy Bordier, Nick Cumpston and Nick Amies follow the billionaire saga filling the back pages, the continued slide of the previously unstoppable Mariners (much to Nick Junior's disgust) and the selection policy of Holger Osieck; is he really helping build a future or de we have another Pim?

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Rooney and Hart for Carle and Antonis? Maybe if your name is Fabio...

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Capello could be coming to Sydney, the Mighty Mariners will rise again and Director's commentary is to the Nearpost. Or not, listen and find out what we think! Paddy Bordier, Aaron Walker and Nick Amies talk everything Aussie football this Valentine's Day.

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Newcastle Preview: Durakovic Out, Magilton In

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After Wednesday's loss to the Mariners I wasn't looking forward to previewing today's game but for the first time this season we head into a match with a fresh outlook. The sacking of Mehmet Durakovic yesterday means that the rut has ended. Sure, its still going to take a lot of work for our fortunes

‘If You Don’t Like It, Don’t F**king Come!’ – Grimsby Boss Rob Scott Takes Angry Fan To Task (Video)

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By Chris Wright

Understandably, seeing as though they've lost seven of their last nine games and currently lie second-bottom in the Blue Square Bet Premier Conference, sections of the Grimsby support got a little uppity after Saturday's 2-1 home defeat to Darlington, and Mariners joint-gaffer Rob Scott took the terrace heckling as an opportunity to voice the frustrations of nearly every single lower league manager biting back after being told he needed new players, to be less shit, etc, etc.

Wellington lose two nights in a row - can Ricky sleep?

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First Wellington Phoenix slumped out of the finals series as the Dylan McAllister led forward line couldn't score in the proverbial brothel despite putting in a strong performance in Adelaide on Friday.

Then they have to watch as their former young gun Kosta Barbarouses single-handedly delivers a fantastic semi-final opener, only to supply the Grand Final home ground second goal against the Mariners.

Half-Time Heroes December

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December Half Time Heroes is here.

World Cup fall-out, Mariners at play, Barca v Real, Cartoons, Buckle-Up Ben it's all here.