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Searching For Soccer In England, The Home of Football

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Last weekend was a surreal one for me. I spent most of the afternoon in York, as well as the morning in Edinburgh and the evening in Manchester. It was surreal because I was there on a Premier League Saturday, but there was little to no evidence of anything Premier League-related going on in the country that is the home to the world's most popular sports league (and the birthplace of the game).

Book Review: York City: Fighting Back

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York City: Fighting Backby Dave Flett Published by Amberley Publishing 2013, £14.99 ISBN: 978-1445614083 [L]ife as a York City fan has largely been a predictable state of affairs down the years. Turn up, watch them be moderate to crap for 90 minutes, go home – simple. The glories are fleeting and to be clung to for far longer than is probably healthy and for the most part of the club's existence, the lowest low was applying for re-election, something which was never realistically going to be refused.

York City’s Glacial Stadium Move

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Today, we are pleased to welcome back John Dobson. John signalled York City's return to the Football League firmament at the onset of 2012-13 and it's been an impressive beginning to the season for the Minstermen, currently lying just a couple of points outside the promotion zone. Here, however, John expresses disquiet at the continuing delay of the club's necessary stadium move.

Centennial Conference

Divison III men’s soccer roundup: Conference play heats up, history is made, and more

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Phil Naegely rounds up the latest area Division III men's college soccer play.

Division III men’s soccer roundup: Upsets, blowouts and more

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Phil Naegely's roundup of area Division III college men's soccer now includes the NJAC.

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TTU Go Predicting: a Club-by-Club League 2 Preview

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[W]e're baaack! Kicking off this year's look ahead to the new season, we focus today on the clubs who'll be competing in League 2 this year and – because everyone likes a prediction – pass judgement on where they might finish. Then, tomorrow and Wednesday, we put the spotlight on League 1 and the Championship respectively before spending the rest of the time leading up to August 3 offering forth some predictions for the campaign which in some way mirror our annual end of season awards posts.

Once More Unto the Breach: The Football League Season Draws to a Conclusion

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[T]onight, Watford travel to Leicester City at the onset of a nail biting weekend of Football League fixtures. With a great many issues still hanging in the balance, our two founding bloggers, Lloyd and Lanterne Rouge convened to discuss the prospects: ... Lanterne Rouge: As a Plymouth fan, you've mentioned to me that you are still worried about the drop - it's quite possible mathematically but will take a chain reaction of perhaps sub-nuclear proportions for Argyle to go down to the Football League.

Relegation From the Football League is Not the End of the World

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[T]his year's League Two relegation battle is quite remarkable. Not just for the closeness of thefight, but for the teams involved. All bar one have recently spent time in the Conference and all bar one have gained promotion to the League since two-up two-down was introduced from non-league's top tier.

A Brief Introduction to the League Two Relegation Candidates

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[W]ith ten games or less remaining for virtually every Football League side, most supporters have a pretty good idea of what the next few months holds in store for their team: a promotion push; mid-table obscurity; or a fight against relegation. Honing in on the bottom of League Two, a small but significant five point gap has opened up between Bristol Rovers and Barnet in positions 17 and 18 respectively, leaving seven teams adrift and in danger of playing non-league football next season.

Campeonato Inglês - 4ª Divisão - 2012/2013

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Classificação Geral 1 P J
1º Gillingham 32 13
2º Port Vale 29 13
3º Fleetwood Town 22 13
4º Cheltenham Town 22 13
5º Bradford City 21 13
6º Exeter City 19 13
7º Burton Albion 19 13
8º Rochdale 19 13
9º Rotherham United 18 12
10º Southend United 18 13
11º Morecambe 18 13
12º Torquay United 18 13
13º York City 18 13
14º Chesterfield 18 13
15º Accrington Stanley 17 12
16º Plymouth Argyle 17 13
17º Oxford United 16 13
18º Northampton Town 16 13
19º Dagenham & Redbridge 14 13
20º Bristol Rovers 14 12
21º Wycombe Wanderers 11 12
22º AFC Wimbledon 11 13
23º Aldershot Town 8 13
24º Barnet 6 13


Campeonato Inglês - 4ª Divisão - 2012/2013

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Classificação Geral 1 P J
1º Gillingham 22 9
2º Port Vale 19 9
3º Fleetwood Town 17 9
4º Accrington Stanley 17 9
5º Exeter City 16 9
6º Bradford City 16 9
7º Rochdale 15 9
8º Cheltenham Town 15 9
9º Burton Albion 14 9
10º Rotherham United 14 9
11º Southend United 14 9
12º York City 13 9
13º Northampton Town 13 9
14º Chesterfield 12 9
15º Torquay United 12 9
16º Plymouth Argyle 10 9
17º Oxford United 9 9
18º Morecambe 8 9
19º Aldershot Town 8 9
20º AFC Wimbledon 7 9
21º Dagenham & Redbridge 7 9
22º Bristol Rovers 7 8
23º Wycombe Wanderers 4 8
24º Barnet 2 9


Campeonato Inglês - 4ª Divisão - 2012/2013

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Classificação Geral 1 P J
1º Gillingham 22 8
2º Port Vale 16 8
3º Exeter City 16 8
4º Bradford City 16 8
5º Fleetwood Town 14 8
6º Accrington Stanley 14 8
7º Burton Albion 13 8
8º Southend United 13 8
9º Northampton Town 12 8
10º Rochdale 12 8
11º Cheltenham Town 12 8
12º Rotherham United 11 8
13º Chesterfield 11 8
14º Torquay United 11 8
15º York City 10 8
16º Oxford United 9 8
17º Plymouth Argyle 9 8
18º Morecambe 8 8
19º Aldershot Town 8 8
20º AFC Wimbledon 7 8
21º Wycombe Wanderers 4 7
22º Dagenham & Redbridge 4 8
23º Bristol Rovers 4 7
24º Barnet 2 8


League 2

4-4-2 Managers and 4-4-2 Fans

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[I]f you,as a football fan, recognise the shortcomings of 4-4-2 (the system, not the magazine), then that leaves you a few genes short of being a 'proper bloke' and certainly unpatriotic in the extreme. Here, we welcome back John Dobson, a regular chronicler of Yorkshire football, to point out how fan pressure must not be allowed to hold sway atBootham Crescent.

York Call a Halt to the Oxford United Sprint

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Following his analysis of York City's prospects in our Season Preview fortnight, John Dobson was present as the Minstermen put an end to Oxford United's strong start at the weekend. Here are his impressions: The last time Oxford United and York City met was in a downpour at Wembley in a Conference play-off final just over two years ago.

US Soccer

Thierry Henry scores hat trick in MLS action for New York

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Movie Score: four / 5

HIGHLIGHTS: New York Red Bulls vs Chicago Fire

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Video Rating: four / five

HIGHLIGHTS: Chicago Fire vs. New York Red Bulls

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Video Score: 4 / five

HIGHLIGHTS: New York Red Bulls vs Seattle Sounders, MLS July 15th, 2012

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Movie Rating: four / 5

Football League

Blue Square Bet preview

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There is a full programme of fixtures in the Blue Square Bet Premier League on Tuesday night (17 August). Ten sides are hoping to maintain their 100 per cent record with another ten hoping to get points on the board. York City and Crawley are two sides with lofty ambitions this season who are looking to bounce back from opening day defeats.

Dear Luton…

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After hearing the massively disappointing news that you face another season in the non league and have seemingly embarrassed yourself again with your reaction to being knocked out by a better team in the Conference play-offs, I thought I would give you some reasons why it isn't all bad to be a Luton fan.

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Griffin signs up

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The first player to extend his contract with Stevenage this summer is Charlie Griffin according to this morning's NLP. The paper says that he has signed a one year deal and plans to return from injury in time for pre-season. It's the first bit of news that we've heard regarding new contracts for both players and the management and I think it's safe to assume that Westley's contract has been sorted if he has started talking to players about next season.

Boro 1-0 York: Bridges goal enough to see off York

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A David Bridges goal in the first half was enough to see off York and finish Boro's last season in the Conference on a winning note. The goal came courtesy of a mix up between Josh Mimms and Danny Parslow and Bridges was there to head the ball in the empty goal. There was a party atmosphere in and around the ground and that seemed to get to the players on the pitch as the game lacked any real intensity or competitiveness.

Boro ease to Trophy win

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The season ended on a high in a sunny North London as Stevenage Borough beat York City 2-0 to win the FA Trophy at Wembley. It was the perfect end to what has been a difficult week for the club. Boro were the dominant force throughout and what could of been a trciky encounter ended up being a walk in the park for Graham Westley's side.

FA Trophy Final Preview

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It seems very weird that Stevenage are playing in a FA Trophy Final tomorrow afternoon. Somehow there is not the same buzz there was 2 years ago when Mark Stimson's side played Kidderminster Harriers in the first competitive final at the new Wembley Stadium. I don't know whether it is the fact that the stadium has lost its new 'magic' or that the main aim of the club this season has been promotion from the Blue Square Premier.

Massive win at York lifts Boro’s hopes

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Tuesday night saw Boro travel up to Yorkshire and pick up a very valuable 3 points as the race for the play-offs continues. The following night Kidderminster visited struggling Woking and thumped the Cards 5-1, who sacked manager Phil Gilchrist the next morning. Kiddy are now back in 5th after Boro's brief 24 hour stay [.

York Preview

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The games are coming thick and fast and next up for Boro is a trip up North to face York City in what is a warm up for the FA Trophy Final in May. Graham Westley's side are 23 games unbeaten in all competitions and face another difficult away trip in their pursuit of a play-off [...]

Play-off dream still alive as Oxford hold Boro

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Stevenage gained another point in their pursuit of the play-offs against fellow chasers Oxford United at Broadhall Way. After earning a draw away at Histon in mid-week, Graham Westley's side returned home to host the big game of the day in the Blue Square Premier. Oxford lived up to their promise by packing out the [.

Winning run halted as York hold Boro

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Stevenage's winning streak of four games is over as York City held them to a 3-3 draw this afternoon at Broadhall Way. Graham Westley made two changes from the side that beat Grays on Thursday night. Anthony Thomas replaced Lee Boylan, who was seen on crutches near the tunnel before the game. Luke Oliver also [.

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Last Minute Equaliser Halts Boro

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After a fantastic result against local rivals Luton last Tuesday night, Boro returned to action against a much improved York team who found themselves in the playoff places after a poor season last year. Martin Foyle has signed some good players over the summer and have certainly made a claim to be this years surprise package.

York Preview

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After a tough win against Grays on Thursday night, Boro are back in action tomorrow afternoon when York visit Broadhall Way. York began the season well and were unbeaten in their first 8 games, although they did draw 5 of those, winning the other 3. Since then they have been beaten twice against Kettering and [.

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York City are magic

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Comedians Lee and Herring reveal in this cutting documentary that York City is "just a front for what is the largest covern of wizards, witches and warlocks in Britain today." So now you know.

Update: Off-Season MLS Player Movement

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Only a couple moves to update here on this list. The Harris to Chivas deal and then an another Red Bull retires. I fully expect this to start picking after the New Year. Between now and then as you all know is a little slower than we'd all like. But I can tell you there [...]

The Cosmos are Back in Town

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For the last several weeks, New York City became World Cup Central (Park) in America.

All the watering holes were stuffed day and night, there was unprecedented media coverage not seen outside of USA'94, and record TV ratings. For the first time in history fans even gathered at a jumbotron in Times Square for the USA-Italy game -- and did so again a couple weeks later for the Final.

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TTU Go Predicting: Players to Watch

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[A]s we head into the second week of our 2013-14 predictions, our focus turns to the players we deem to possess the potential to stand out amongst their peers. Whereas season previews tend to focus on teams more broadly, for which players could this be a year to remember on a personal level? Starting at the Madejski, having once accused Lionel Messi of being a racist we'll be watching through fingers at what Reading's new signing Royston Drenthe will do next for although there were more loose cannons at the Battle of Trafalgar, surely none was as potent.

Uneasiness Creeps In as Worthington Arrives at York

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[L]ife moves pretty fast, quoth 1980s philosopher Ferris Bueller. Life in football moves even quicker. Less than an hour after York City and Bradford City trooped off the Bootham Crescent pitch following thelatter's2-0 win, York had parted company with the manager. Less than 48 hours later, a new man was in position.

CONCACAF wants an extra place at 2014 World Cup

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NEW YORK, NY CONCACAF wants FIFA to award them an extra place at the next World Cup, giving the region four guaranteed places for the 2014 tournament in Brazil. Under the previous qualifying format used for the 2006 and 2010 World Cups, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football was awarded [.