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Author Archives: Daniel Feuerstein

Fixing The US Open Cup And Looking Into The Future

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I have been a big supporter of this lovely tournament ever since I saw the old Thomas R. Dewer Cup being surrounded by DC United in a MLS Merchandize catalog back in 1997. Just getting into the sport you always … Continue reading

Progress Has Been Made. MLS Clubs Can Sign More Than One Prospect

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For a good while now we who support our clubs and this league in MLS have been screaming for which ever club that has a youth academy can only sign one and wait for a good while to have the … Continue reading

Red Bulls Have Problems, Natives Are Restless

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One part of New Jersey at the moment is quiet, steel bars are assembled, concrete lower deck is in place while the only noise is the small commuter train, NJ Transit trains as well as the Amtrak trains are going … Continue reading

John Carver The Whiny Quitter

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There he is ladies and gentleman the whiny quitter known as John Carver. As usual here is another wonderful mind coming to North America trying to install his tactics & emotion into a club that wants to be the best … Continue reading

Creating A Solution To The FIFA 2010 World Cup Calendar

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Well Ladies and Gentleman. I have heard your cries, yells, screams and demands of what you would like to see from MLS as a change or at least showing respect of the International Calendar for the US National Team matches … Continue reading

Alfredo Pacheco, New Dangerman For Red Bulls

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Yes the Red Bulls scored two goals at home against Real Salt Lake, Yes they got their first win of the season and jumped the table in the east, but besides those two major woes that are now sighs of … Continue reading

Red Bull Arena Is At The Half Way Point In Construction

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This past Tuesday on April 14th was the topping off of the steel construction of Red Bull Arena and even though the authentic natural turf hasn’t been installed yet, it doesn’t really matter to be honest, because you can see … Continue reading

DC United’s Stadium Dreams Are Dead in Prince George’s County

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This is the time where I have to take off my Red Bull NY hat and start looking at Major League Soccer as a whole. You have heard me discuss and report that all levels of US Pro Soccer clubs … Continue reading

Jozy Altidore Breaks Out With A Hat Trick In Nashville

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Attention Villarreal, attention Villarreal. Did you stay up late and watched the future of American Futbol? Did you see what your young and future striker has done with no help from Xerez who is suppose to help you take him … Continue reading

Seattle Sounders: Expansion Team With Bite

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I needed a couple of days to take the foot that got shoved up my rear end of seeing that wonderful performance from Sigi Schmid and his Seattle Sounders on ESPN 2 this past Thursday night. It was wonderful scenes … Continue reading

Looking At The Concerns Over Our Leagues.

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It’s time to stop with the finger pointing. It’s time to stop with the name calling and we have to stop bickering with each other. And you know what this message also goes out to both Commissioners of our professional … Continue reading

Portland City Council discuss MLS, while the St. Louis group pulls their own D.P.

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As I was watching the Portland City Council discuss with members of the Merritt Paulson group on building a brand new baseball stadium and refurbishing PGE Park into a soccer stadium, out of no where and recently seen on MLS-Rumors … Continue reading

I care about the USL.

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I want everyone to read this and learn on where I stand when it comes to the lower levels of US Soccer. Yes I am a MetroStars/Red Bull NY supporter. I love my club and I support them to the hilt … Continue reading

MLS True Champion & Defender in Europe, Ivan Gazidis

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Every time there has been an article about David Beckham wanting to leave Major League Soccer on the footballing side or those cronies in the English press trying to knock down our league and American supporters that they have no … Continue reading

MLS Expansion: Feeling Bad for Miami, But Looking at the Remaining Bids

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Let me say that this is a bad moment for everyone involved down in South Florida. I understand what my colleague Kartik Krishnayier is going thru. Granted that I never supported the Miami Fusion back in those days, but when … Continue reading

My Own Opinions of the Trecker Podcast

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Just like everyone who listens to MLS Talk’s podcast my good friend Kartik Krishnaiyer does an excellent job as host even as the host of CSRN’s American Soccer Show. He had Mr. Jamie Trecker on his last podcast and I … Continue reading

CONCACAF Champions League: Terrific First Legs

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Well ladies and gentleman, this is what I have been hoping for a good while now. A better tournament and an expansion from a cup into a league format along with the away goals rule.  Finally Jack Warner along with … Continue reading

MLS sides again qualify for the US Open Cup

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From Steven Goff of the Washington Post I just learned that once again eight of the fourteen sides in Major League Soccer will have to qualify for two spots to join Chicago, Chivas-USA, Columbus, Houston, Kansas City & New England in … Continue reading