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Jeff Carlisle interview; World Soccer Talk Radio (10.6.15)

Listen to the latest episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring an interview with ESPN FC’s reporter Jeff Carlisle. During the interview, Carlisle previews the USA-Mexico game, discusses the 23-man USA roster, analyzes whether Tim Howard or Brad Guzan should be the starting goalkeeper, chats about the importance of this […]

Why I’ll be watching CONCACAF Cup on FOX Sports, not Univision; By Oliver Tse

Ever since I started watching soccer on English-language U.S. television regularly in August 1994 (as a replacement for Major League Baseball, which had a player strike and had to cancel the World Series that year), I have always believed that the development of home-grown North American sportscasters is one small […]

Cristiano Ronaldo is determined to mask his decline

Earlier last week, Brazilian legend Ronaldinho left yet another club by mutual agreement. The story was like every other. After an initial bout of optimism, his time at the club (in this case, Fluminense) quickly turned tumultuous, and a split was in the best interest of both parties. It’s the […]

Luke Moore interview; Soccer Morning (10.6.15)

On the latest episode of Soccer Morning, host Jason Davis interviews Luke Moore. Jason kicks off today’s show with Luke Moore (Football Ramble) as they discuss reports linking Jurgen Klopp with a move to Liverpool and Chelsea’s early season struggles. Listen to the episode above or here. You can listen to […]

Review: Honigstein’s ‘Das Reboot’ is required reading for fans of German, US soccer

“Das Reebot,” a new book from Raphael Honingstein which hits book stores and online retailers on Tuesday, is a masterful look at how German soccer broke out of its conservative traditions to create a world champion. While Germany has always from the view of outsiders been a world powerhouse, having never […]

CONCACAF Cup: Mexico’s defense looks surprisingly settled ahead of USA playoff

There’s a sense of creeping dread familiar to Mexican soccer fans, that sinking feeling that occurs when the opposition progresses past the midfield and is driving at the back line: “Oh no. We can’t stop them.” Mexico has a long history of great goalkeepers and defensive midfielders. Defenders? El Tri hasn’t […]

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