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FRI, 2:30PM ET
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MOTH
FRI, 2:30PM ET
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Leagues: Major League Soccer

More Thoughts on Bradley’s Debut

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Jeff Carlisle has an excellent column at Soccernet.com: http://soccernet.espn.go.com/columns/story?id=400435&root=us&cc=5901 Ives Galarcep on the importance of the match: http://soccernet.espn.go.com/columns/story?id=400533&root=us&cc=5901

US-Denmark Preview

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

The Home Depot Center will on Saturday host the US National Team’s first outing since the World Cup last summer and the first match under the direction of new head man Bob Bradley. Since this game is not being held … Continue reading

MLS Club chasing Edgar Davids

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

AP Photo Edgar Davids, the Dutch Footballer who is among the most recognizable in the world thanks to his long hair and sunglasses is being chased by FC Dallas according to a source. Davids plays for Totenham, but Spurs recently … Continue reading

Beckham Move a Major Step Forward for MLS and US Soccer

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Not since the days of the NASL has a signing of a foreign player provided so much promise for the growth of soccer in America. Given the state of Soccer in America today, as compared to the days of the … Continue reading

Beckham Joining MLS This Summer

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

David Beckham will leave Real Madrid at the end of his contract this summer and join the Galaxy according to ABC News and ESPN Soccernet. More to follow…….

Reyna Headed to MLS

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I have learned through a source in England that Claudio Reyna has asked out of the remaining six months of his Man City contract. He will be coming to MLS, though I am not sure which club. More details to … Continue reading

What Moves Will MLS Make?

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Two months after MLS passed the so-called “Beckham rule” to allow each club to buy one high priced international star, the league has yet to make a single big acquisition. With the transfer window now wide open, one would have … Continue reading

Dempsey Headed to Fulham

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Assuming Clint Dempsey’s work permit gets approved he will be the third American at the London club, joining Carlos Bocanegra and Brian McBride. Bocanegra scored the game tying goal at Stamford Bridge versus Chelsea on Saturday and Fulham are in … Continue reading

Best and Worst of 2006

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Top American Player Bobby Convey While Clint Dempsey won the US Soccer male player of the year award thanks in large part to his goal in the World Cup, Convey would have been a more deserving recipient. Convey who has … Continue reading

Nowak Out as DC United Coach

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

ESPN.com is reporting Peter Nowak the former Chicago Fire captain and Polish International has been let go as Head Coach of DC United, the signature franchise of MLS. Much more on this story to come for sure.

Adu Deal Makes No Sense: But Does MLS Ever Make Any Sense

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

This article can also be found at the EPL Talk Community @ http://epltalk.communityserver.comAfter a few days of pondering why exactly Freddy Adu, the great American hope was dealt from the marquee US domestic club DC United to expansion Real Salt … Continue reading

R.I.P. Lamar Hunt

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One of American Soccer’s great pioneers passed away yesterday at 74. Hunt was best known for his work in American Football as owner of the Kansas City Chiefs and one of the founders of the Super Bowl. But Hunt was … Continue reading

Nothing Like it in the World

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The American sports landscape is crowded and I find myself often split in my attention between College Football, College Basketball, Golf, NFL Tennis, the NBA, etc. I watch or try to keep track of everything except for Ice Hockey which … Continue reading

A Missed Opportunity

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

US Soccer had the opportunity of a lifetime that may have been able to win worldwide credibility to a program considered a lightweight in International circles. But as has been the case for several years now US Soccer proved to … Continue reading

Eddie Johnson Headed to Reading?????

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American International attacker Eddie Johnson who has been blunted by MLS in previous attempts to move abroad has made an “educational visit” to Reading F.C. Manager Steve Coppell’s side already has two Americans and he is said to be very … Continue reading

Johann Smith Interview on EPL Talk

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The Gaffer. host of the EPL Talk podcast and website has an interesting interview with Johann Smith, the American under 20 star playing for Bolton of the English Premier League. Smith played last week for the U-20s in south Florida … Continue reading

Listen to me on Today’s Soccer Shout Podcast

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THE SOCCER SHOUT PODCAST I break down Man City’s performance in the 3-1 win over Fulham. I will be contributing regular features on the Blues of Man City for the program. Tony and Phil as always provide some great commentary. … Continue reading

MLS Cup Wrap Up

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

I watched the MLS Cup victory for Houston on Tivo this evening and a few things were apparent to me. (Let me preface my comments by saying I did not watch one minute of NFL Football today and have no … Continue reading