Major League Soccer

Siu’s View: EPL Round 15, Agent Fees, Michel Platini and David Beckham

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David Beckham #23 of Los Angeles Galaxy celebrates with his sons Brooklyn Beckham, Romeo Beckham and Cruz Bekham (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

In my weekly column on SWOL, I take a look back at the weekend's English Premier League action and the talking points that it throws up, as well as any significant news related to English football at large.

Thursday Kick's: South Bay's Rogers on move again & more

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A quick roundup of Southern California soccer news for your reading pleasure: *Rolling Hills Estates' Robbie Rogers is on the move again in England - after playing just one game for Leeds United: LEEDS, England (AP) -- American winger Robbie Rogers has been loaned from English second-tier club Leeds down

MLS Wrap: Former Galaxy striker Gordon punishes old club, Chivas USA's Angel does the same to former club New York

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Philadelphians Abroad

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Bobby Convey scored his first goal in a Kansas City uniform Saturday, but his team still fell short in the end.

Convey made a nice run into the box in the first half against Chicago, picked up a pass from Roger Espinosa, and right-footed a slow ball into the net for his 31st goal in MLS.

Philly Soccer Six

Local college soccer roundup

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The roundup of the weekend's Philly Soccer Six results plus overall standings, top goalscorers and upcoming fixtures.

College soccer roundup

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A roundup of the weekend's results for the Philly Soccer Six.

UW Milwaukee

Quick kicks: State women's recap

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Marquette posted two more shutouts, the fourth for the Golden Eagles in as many official matches this season, and UW-Green Bay picked up its first win of the year this weekend.

Catch up on all the action in our weekly roundup of the Marquette, Phoenix and UW-Milwaukee women's teams:

Quick kicks: State men's recap

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It was a pretty good weekend for the Marquette, UW-Milwaukee and UW-Green Bay men's soccer teams, with five wins and just one loss among the sides.

The Golden Eagles remained unbeaten, while the Panthers extended their winning streak to three games and won their own tournament. The Phoenix, meanwhile, had a thrilling double-overtime victory on Friday night, but lost a key player to injury and settled for their second straight 1-1-0 weekend after losing Sunday.

Philadelphia Union

Maximum points needed, RSL Previews, Adu needs consistency, more news

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Hackworth says Union need maximum home points if they are to keep playoff hopes alive. RSL preview roundup. Freddy's consistency problem. Soumare believes in team's potential. Gabriel says Union will need to spend in the offseason. Harrisburg in USL PRO playoffs on Saturday.

Pajoy-Cruz trade reaction, Union still in playoff hunt, more news

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Roundup of reports and reaction to the Pajoy for Cruz trade. Hackworth says Cruz is long-term asset. Union still thinking playoffs. River Cup confirmed for Aug. 26. You're not the only ticked off you can't watch beIN Sports.

Califf rumors quiet. More Adu. Taxes. USOC begins.

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Philadelphia Union

On Sunday, Union sporting director Diego Gutiérrez was not wrong when he said of the Danny Califf trade rumors, "Whether he's here tomorrow or not—my guess is he will be." Did anyone think to ask him if Califf would still be a member of the Union on Tuesday?

Philadelphians abroad

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Two right backs from the Philadelphia area faced off on Saturday, but only one came out a winner.

Chicago right back Dan Gargan started and went the full 90 for Chicago in the club's 1-0 over Philadelphia, being a key part of the Chicago attack that consistently came down the right flank.

The 2012 Union: Looking at the predictions

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We here at Philly Soccer Page take a lot of pride in our news roundups. We're all Union addicts anyway so, if we're spending our free time trying to find Philadelphia Union and other soccer-related news from across the web, why not share the fruit of that labor with you, the reader? Saves you a some time doing it yourself and we can always rely on you bringing our attention to something we may have missed.

Freed Keon! Everybody’s happy! More news.

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Philadelphia Union

What a difference a week makes. The headline for last Tuesday's news roundup? "Saddest day for me:" Sebastien Le Toux confirmed he had been traded to Vancouver a day after Faryd Mondragon's return to Colombia was confirmed and WPS announced that it had cancelled the 2012 season.



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My Overseas Roundup of the teams I follow is coming a bit late this year because I had to wait for the Spanish promotion playoffs to finish today. Unfortunately its pretty much universally bad news.

Blackburn Rovers - EPL - Finished 19th of 20. In the biggest failure of the year Blackburn Rovers was relegated out of the EPL.

Arsenal hot favourites to sign Kalou AND Clint Dempsey!

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The bookies usually give a very good indication of where a player will end up during the transfer window so I like to have a periodic roundup of where the money is going re: Arsenal transfer targets. So I've just had a quick look at the latest prices across the board, and Skybet have got [...]

Euro 2012

Euro 2012 - Day One

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I'm sorry to piggyback posts, but we need to get to the roundup for you folks stuck at work... Poland 1 Greece 1 The co-hosts blow the lead and a man advantage, but PSV back-up keeper Przemysław Tytoń (it's okay if you just call him "Tyton") came off the bench to stop a penalty with his first action and perhaps save Poland's hopes of advancing from group play.

Matchday 1: Poland-Greece & Russia-Czech Rep

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It's the opening day of Euro 2012. Â Join us in the comments if you're watching either of today's two fixtures

08 June 2012 - Final tournament Group stage (Group A) Lineups » Poland 18.00 Greece Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (ESP) – Stadium: National Stadium Warsaw, Warsaw (POL)

(Two time conversions to keep in mind: 18:00CET = 12pmET and 20:45CET = 2:45pmET.

Kicking Off Euro 2012!

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We're belatedly kicking off our Euro 2012 coverage belated since the tournament is kicking off later today (in a few minutes actually). Â We've got a few preview posts up to help you get ready for the next 3+ weeks of international European football 31 matches* in 8 cities in two countries (Poland & Ukraine) over the next 23 days starting with Poland-Greece and Russia-Czech today (6pmCET/12pmET in Warsaw and 8:45pmCET/2:45pmET in Wroclaw, respectively)Â and continuing until the final in Kiev on July 1.

Network Shows

Gadsbys England now available @CSRN

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On this week's Gadsby's England Euro 2012 roundup, Gadsby assesses England's casualty list after Chelsea's memorable night in Munich, Hodgson tells England players they must behave on his watch, and the Euro 2012 preview resumes with a detailed look at Group B, aka the Group of Death...on the only England football team show in the world.

Gadsby’s England calls for England to take further action against John Terry plus so much more

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On the Gadsby's England roundup this week, the Olympic football draw is made for the Great Britain team with Wilshere, out of the Euros, in contention to play for GB. Pearce assures England fans everything is in place for the new England manager whenever he is appointed, and then says he's preparing to jet off to the US to meet David Beckham about playing in the Olympics; plus how could this week's roundup not mention THAT match at the Nou Camp – and what should the consequences of John Terry's sending off be for his England career?

On this week's Gadsby's England roundup—Jack Wilshere is ruled out of Euro 201

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On this week's Gadsby's England roundup—Jack Wilshere is ruled out of Euro 2012, England still have no manager just 7 weeks before the start of Euro 2012, and the favourite for the position, Harry Redknapp, sees his Tottenham side in the worst run of form since he took over. Can it get any worse for England at the moment?

Gadsby for England Manager … Why not? Gadsby’s England now available @ CSRN

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On this week's Gadsby's England roundup, Wenger says next three weeks crucial for Wilshere's Euro 2012 chances; the FA – surprise, surprise – sticks to its policy of not appointing an England manager at this part of the season; Ferguson backs Ferdinand for the Euros but is that more of a kiss of death; and David Moyes says Jagielka's injury will help him for England this summer.

Gadsby tries to deflect from the simple fact that England’s FA can’t get their act together

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On this week's roundup, one of FIFA's very own says the organisation is rotten to the core, Oxlade-Chamberlain puts the curse on as he declares England can win Euro 2012, and the FA continue to dither over the appointment of the next England manager. On the only broadcast in the world dedicated to the England football team

Gadsby’s England #141 now available @ CSRN

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On this week's Gadsby's England roundup, will he or won't he? Harry Redknapp casts doubts on whether he'll take the England job, England slip to 6th in the be-all end-all ratings system in sport, the FIFA World Rankings, and the FA sends out letters asking managers not to talk about the England job.

Gadsby’s England is now blaming Stamford the Lion, Chelsea’s mascot for England’s woes

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On this week's Gadsby's England roundup, just what are the FA waiting for? Bernstein says there's no conflict of job interest for England with the vacant position at Chelsea, and if Oxlade-Chamberlain doesn't go to the Euros, neither will Gadsby. On the only show in the world dedicated exclusively to the England football team.

Who is to blame on this weeks Gadsby’s England? Available now on CSRN

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"On this week's Gadsby's England roundup, the search for a new England manager continues as caretaker-manager Stuart Pearce prepares to name the squad to take on Holland at Wembley next week, and England change their kit – again. On the only broadcast in the world dedicated exclusively to the England football team.

Gadsby’s head is spinning so hard he falls over like Maradonna

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On this week's Gadsby's England roundup, a new show has to take over the airwaves: The England and FA February Farce. John Terry is sacked again, Don Fabio puts the knife in and publicly criticizes his employers the FA – worse, in Italian; Rio says no, and poor Stevie G. doesn't know what to make of it all.

Gadsby’s England 134 now available @CSRN

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On this week's Gadsby's England roundup, the utter absurdity of transfer deadline day, Wenger says stop worrying about Wilshere for the Euros, Nathan Dyer tells Capello to make his England dreams come true, and could Oxlade-Chamberlain do a Rooney Euro 2004, or are we overdoing it again?

The Rest

Corner: Bundesliga

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The Bundesliga season started over the weekend, and short a homage to the old Soccer Made in Germany show on public television, it's worth asking about that league's appeal in the United States. In recent years, it's never been exactly high. The language barrier looms, even with the connections to American players.

Musket Rounds: Revs Youth, Rangers Going Down, Soumare, And More

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It's been a longer layoff than I would have liked, but I'm back with the Musket Rounds. Despite the fact that we've gone something like four or five days (including the weekend) without a link roundup, I don't actually have too much for you today. But the news that's here is quite juicy, if I say so myself.

A roundup of Central American action -- 2012-05-06 edition

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The playoffs in Central America have reached the latter stages, so here's a roundup on action down there. Who's playing Champions League football? Who's going up? Who's going down? BELIZE Police United will play Placencia Assassins in a two-leg final series to decide the winner of the newly revamped Belizean Premier League.

Back With a Bang

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Crisis? What crisis? The Red Bulls are world-beaters. We're gonna win MLS Cup! No one can stop us! ...At least that's what the highly emotional RBNY fan base seems to be telling me. After an 0-2 start, we needed to blow the team up and fire Backe, now it seems all is well in the land of the energy drink.

Argentines Abroad: a quick roundup

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It's time for a quick roundup of the action from the Argentine foreign legion in Italy, Spain, Mexico and Portugal, as Lionel Messi found the net after four games without a goal, Chelo Delgado scored a fine goal in Mexico, ... Continue reading →