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Alexi Lalas Hits Out At USMNT

Former US international footballer Alexi Lalas has hit out at the national team amid its current struggles to qualify for the World Cup, calling the players “underperforming, tattooed millionaires.” Lalas, now a commentator for Fox Sports, made his feelings clear on a live, televised tirade during Sunday night’s broadcast of the Seattle Sounders and LA…read more

USMNT Gain Crucial Point After 1-1 Draw With Honduras

The US men’s national team (USMNT) have gained a crucial point after a nerve-wracking 1-1 draw with Honduras at Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano in San Pedro Sula on Tuesday evening, leaving them a in a good position for a top-three spot in the World Cup 2018 qualifiers. Honduras opened the scoring in the 27th minute through…read more

Pressure On US As They Face Honduras In World Cup Qualifier Match

The pressure is on the US men’s national soccer team as they visit Honduras on Tuesday, needing to at least avoid defeat in San Pedro Sula as the race is on for the third automatic World Cup 2018 qualification berth. Follow our football predictions here. So far in the ten-game tournament the US have lost…read more

FCC Fall 3-2 To New York Red Bulls In U.S. Open Cup Semi

FC Cincinnati have fallen 3-2 to New York Red Bulls in front of a sell out crowd of 33,250  in the Semifinals of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup at Nippert Stadium on Tuesday night. The sellout crowd was the second highest in the history of the tournament’s 104 year history. After beating Columbus…read more

Real Madrid Win MLS All-Star Game After 4-2 Penalty Shoot-out

The 2017 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target ended in a penalty shoot-out for MLS All Stars and Real Madrid, with the champions of Europe enjoying a 4-2 victory in Chicago, Illinois. But MLS stars head coach Veljko Paunovic said he was the one to blame. Get our football betting tips here. The match at…read more

Concacaf Gold Cup Reaches Knockout Stage

The 2017 Concacaf Gold Cup has reached the knockout stage, with eight sides remaining, including the three favourites Costa Rica, United States and Mexico. Wednesday sees a double header as Costa Rica face Panama and USA face El Salvador, both at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with the winner of the matches to play…read more

Things to know about the Tournament of Nations

Brought in to replace the SheBelieves Cup, US Soccer has planned to begin the Tournament of Nations, contested by four nations. The organisation hopes to bring together some of the best women’s soccer players in the world to compete for the title. The likes of Japan, Brazil, and Australia will compete alongside US Soccer, which…read more

Tony DiCicco, former USWNT Coach, dies at Age 68

Tony DiCicco was one of the most popular leaders in women’s soccer history in the United States of America, as he was the one who coached the U.S. women’s soccer team to pioneering victories in 1996, at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, and in 1999 at the World Cup. Actually, his association with the U.S….read more

U.S. Soccer Federation’s decision to fire Jurgen Klinsmann was a costly one

Jurgen Klinsmann has been fired as the coach of the United States men’s national team in November 2016 following some disappointing results, including defeats at the hands of Mexico and Costa Rica in World Cup qualifiers last year. Klinsmann oversaw U.S. men’s national team for 98 games following his appointment in 2011, registering 55 wins,…read more

John Brooks became the most expensive American player in history

John Brooks has become the most expensive US footballer of all time after joining Wolfsburg from Hertha Berlin for a reported £17.4m. The previous record belonged to Jozy Altidore after his move from AZ Alkmaar to Sunderland for €10m back in 2013. The 24-year-old defender was born in Berlin to a German mother and an…read more