Summer of 2019 is crucial for U.S. Soccer

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Editorial (June 14, 2019) — This will be a crucial summer for U.S. Soccer. One year removed from the disaster of failing to qualify for the FIFA World Cup in Russia, the U.S Men’s National Team must begin to heal those wounds. The 2019 Gold Cup will give them their first competitive action in 20 months. […] READ MORE


World Cup Review; Best of the Group Stage

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It has a been a whirlwind 15 days so far at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The group stage has now concluded, and half the teams are going home. The sixteen that remain now prepare for the knockout round, as we are two weeks away from crowning a champion. The group stage was filled […] READ MORE


Andreas Granqvist Penalty Lifts Sweden to 1-0 Win

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Following Mexico’s upset of defending champion Germany, the pressure was put on both South Korea and Sweden in their opener. It is not likely that Germany will play that poorly again, so three points was a must for both teams. Neither squad could afford a slip up with each of the group favourites still left […] READ MORE