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Jérémie Aliadière's Ban is Ridiculous

Middlesbrough’s Jérémie Aliadière, the man with the last name that takes me 73 tries to pronounce correctly, had his red card appeal denied today on the grounds of its “frivolous” nature and his ban increased from three to four games. This is one of the biggest farces I’ve seen all […]

Mo Edu on the Move

Edu with the USMNT/SI.com Mo Edu’s sale to Glasgow Rangers is more good news for US Soccer as we begin the 2010 World Cup qualifying cycle. While Edu was fortunate that in playing for Toronto FC he was led by one of the few outstanding MLS managers in John Carver, […]

Serie A Roundup – Week 28

Even though Italians teams faltered in the Champions League earlier in the week, there were still some things to celebrate.  The best way to celebrate is to score a lot and this weekend there were a ton of goals.  In Siena, Super Pippo Inzaghi scored his 300th goal in Milan’s […]

MLS faces test of values as Audi becomes embroiled in Volkswagen’s scandal

Welcome to the 2015 MLS playoffs, presented by Corporate Cheats Who Give Kids Asthma. Also known as “Audi.” Though owned by previous longtime Major League Soccer sponsor Volkswagen, the German luxury car brand had pretty much escaped attention after its parent company’s emissions scandal broke in September. You’ll remember that Volkswagen admitted to […]

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Arsenal and Tottenham have halted their race for Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi

Things are heating up in North London between Arsenal and Tottenham, with last weekend’s results leaving Spurs only two points behind the rival Gunners, who sit in fourth place in the English Premier League. But it is not just on the pitch where the competition is picking up. Both teams […]