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Author Archives: Randy Capps

MLS, adidas Extend Partnership Through 2018

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Major League Soccer and adidas have extended their partnership agreement through 2018, according to a press release Monday. The two have been partners since the first season of MLS back in 1996. “The United States is a breeding ground for … Continue reading

MLS Weekend Preview – Aug. 28-29

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Freddie Ljungberg will change in the visitors’ locker room at Qwest Field Saturday night as the Chicago Fire make the trip to Seattle to tangle with the Sounders. “It’s going to be weird,” he told the Fire’s official Web site. … Continue reading

MLS Weekend Preview – Aug. 21-22

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Fresh off a 2-1 win over Cruz Azul in CONCACAF Champions League play in mid-week, Toronto FC will try to ride that momentum when it hosts the New York Red Bulls Saturday afternoon at BMO Field. The Red Bulls and … Continue reading

MLS Weekend Preview – Aug. 14

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Seven games dot the Saturday schedule, and the main attraction has to be the Galaxy’s visit to New York to face the Red Bulls. New York is coming off a 1-0 win over Toronto on Wednesday, while the Galaxy is … Continue reading

Sir Alex Ferguson Has High Praise for Bob Bradley

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He hasn’t gotten a call from Fulham yet, and the USSF hasn’t renewed his contract with the men’s national team, but Bob Bradley has at least one high-profile supporter. Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson said as much in the … Continue reading

Freddie Ljungberg Plotting Return to Europe?

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Freddie Ljungberg hasn’t played for Seattle since July 4 because of an ankle injury, and if the rumors floating around him are true, he may not be playing for them again anytime soon. The Sun and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer are … Continue reading

Sal Zizzo Returning to Major League Soccer

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It’s been quite the journey for Sal Zizzo. From the 2007 U-20 World Cup, where he showed enough promise to earn a contract with Hannover 96 to an injury-marred stay in Germany that saw him earn eight first-team appearances in … Continue reading

Red Bulls Sign Thierry Henry

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  It’s been rumored for quite some time, and today, it finally happened. Thierry Henry is now an official member of the New York Red Bulls. “It is an honor to play for the New York Red Bulls,” Henry said. “I am … Continue reading

U.S. Finishes Ahead of England in World Cup Rankings

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If failing to win a group lauded by a national media as “EASY” and crashing out to their hated German rivals in the round of 16 weren’t bad enough for England’s 2010 World Cup team, today brought another piece of … Continue reading

The Bob Bradley Watch Rolls On

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  A few seconds after the final whistle sounded in the United States’ round of 16 loss to Ghana in the World Cup, speculation began on the future of men’s national team coach Bob Bradley. OK, maybe not seconds. But … Continue reading

MLS Ratings – Is There A World Cup Bounce?

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Major League Soccer’s decision to take only part of the month of June off for the World Cup has come under some scrutiny in recent weeks. Supporters of the schedule, and likely MLS owners as well, point to the potential for a … Continue reading

Everton Plotting Permanent Move For Landon Donovan?

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  Landon Donovan has been making news lately. From his solid play at the World Cup to a potential paternity suit, the American International has been finding his way into print in recent days. Turns out he’s still on the … Continue reading

MLS Makes Return This Weekend

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The World Cup has captured the hearts of fans all around the globe over the past few weeks. Meanwhile, Major League Soccer – aside from a few friendlies – has been silent. That changes on Friday, when the league springs … Continue reading

MLS Rumor Mill – Galaxy Interested in Ronaldinho

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  According toLa Gazzetta dello Sport andTuttomercato, the L.A. Galaxy is looking to bring David Beckham’s AC Milan teammate, Ronaldinho, to Major League Soccer. You’d have to believe that the Galaxy, facing the prospect of Beckham missing most, if not … Continue reading

MLS Players Union Releases 2010 Salaries

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The World Cup is edging towards the conclusion of its group stage, so MLS gets ready for a return to action soon. Before that, the MLS Players Union released the salaries for the 406 players under contract with MLS clubs … Continue reading

USA vs. Slovenia Preview

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When looking at the prospect of a nation of 300 million people battling a nation with just 2 million, it would be easy to slip into the classic David vs. Goliath cliché. But it really doesn’t fit here. The United States … Continue reading

U.S. Lifting the World Cup? – A Shock to the Planet and the Wallet

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Most U.S. soccer fans occupy a place somewhere between realism and pessimism in their support of the national team. But for the 23-man roster, there’s a reason – thousands of them, actually – to dream big. Turns out that U.S. … Continue reading

MLS, Versus in Early TV Contract Talks

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It’s already been a year full of off-field news – good and bad – for Major League Soccer. And it may be about to pick up again. MLS and Versus are talking about a potential TV partnership after the league’s current … Continue reading