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Tag Archives: NASL

Why the New Format Will Save the US Open Cup

Posted on by Robert Hay

The U.S. Soccer Federation yesterday announced an expanded Open Cup format and schedule, one that will incorporate all MLS and lower division teams in a newly and hopefully more condensed way.  In essence, the changes allow the Lamar Hunt U.S. … Continue reading

In Memoriam: US Soccer Pioneer John Kerr Sr.

Posted on by Robert Hay

U.S. soccer pioneer and long-time coach John Kerr Sr. pass away yesterday at his home in North Carolina.  For newer soccer fans this name may mean nothing but for long-time American soccer fans, Kerr was a pioneer who was a … Continue reading

NASL Releases Schedule and Playoff Format

Posted on by Robert Hay

Amidst our discussions over USL-PRO and the USSF soccer pyramid, the NASL released some good news this week and announced its 2011 season schedule. The NASL, now composed of eight clubs, will have each club play 28 games and face … Continue reading

USL-PRO Releases Playoff Format, Zings NASL

Posted on by Robert Hay

This week USL PRO continued its development as a USSF minor league by releasing its playoff schedule. Last week it had released a season schedule and division format outlining how its clubs would compete in its first year of existence … Continue reading

NASL Loses Club and Sanction

Posted on by Robert Hay

As USL Pro is moving forward with its realignment and scheduling, the NASL has taken some huge step backwards.  On Wednesday, A.C. St. Louis announced it was ceasing operations, depriving the fledgling NASL of a critical metropolitan area.  But even … Continue reading

Who Will Be the 20th MLS Club?

Posted on by Robert Hay

As MLS prepares to begin its first season with 18 clubs, the recent talk on the Internet has focused on its possible 20th team.  Recent talk on this site has centered on Don Garber traveling to Miami to meet with … Continue reading

USL PRO Goes Coastal with New LA Franchise

Posted on by Robert Hay

The West Coast is getting USL PRO representation next year with the announcement of the new LA Blues franchise, set to begin play in 2011.  The club, which had been rumored for about a month to be the newest franchise … Continue reading

AC St. Louis, Saint Louis Athletica On the Brink of Folding

Posted on by Richard Farley

Athletic Club of Saint Louis is on the verge of folding its North American Soccer League and Women’s Professional Soccer clubs, sources have confirmed. The club’s weakened cash reserves may not allow them to make their next payroll obligations, and … Continue reading

Miami FC v Tampa Bay Rowdies: Florida Derby Returns This Weekend

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the biggest derbies in US soccer history returns Saturday night when the Tampa Bay Rowdies visit Fort Lauderdale’s Lockhart Stadium for a match against their arch-enemy. Since the 1970′s, the names and ownership of both Florida clubs have … Continue reading

How MLS Is Practically Extinct In Parts of the U.S.

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I had the sudden realization Sunday that if aliens descended on my town and were asked to find any life of Major League Soccer in South Florida, the only thing they would find is MLS trading cards in the bargain … Continue reading

What Can North American Soccer Do To Beat Euro-Centric US TV?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Before ESPN or Fox Soccer Channel begins the live broadcast of a Major League Soccer game on a Saturday evening, many soccer fans are burned out. They’re burned out from watching a smorgasbord of European soccer that has been on … Continue reading

Rodney Marsh: Interview With NASL Legend

Posted on by Chuck Zsolnai H.D.

Thirty three years ago two players who earned their soccer wages in America went back to English clubs on loan. Long before David Beckham and Landon Donovan were rented to AC Milan and Everton respectively, George Best and Rodney Marsh … Continue reading

NASL Stepping Up to Fill Important Gap

Posted on by Lars Lowther

Professional Soccer has often been a spottingly available product across North America, and MLS, as a Premier Division, cannot fill the gaps by itself.  This is where USL has often filled in, in the past, although USL has often been … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Manchester City Can Conquer America

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester City is considering embarking on a preseason tour of the United States this summer to establish itself as a global brand and to gain ground on Manchester United’s popularity overseas. The report in The Guardian from last Tuesday says … Continue reading

Big Changes At EPL Talk and MLS Talk

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s with great pleasure to announce spectacular news today, and that is Kartik Krishnaiyer, the host of the EPL Talk and MLS Talk Podcasts, as well as writer for both sites, has been appointed Public Relations Director for the North … Continue reading

Big Changes at MLS Talk and EPL Talk

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s with great pleasure to announce spectacular news today, and that is Kartik Krishnaiyer, the host of the EPL Talk and MLS Talk Podcasts, as well as writer for both sites, has been appointed Public Relations Director for the North … Continue reading

MLS Needs to Credit NASL for Its Success

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On Thursday night in Philadelphia, MLS Commissioner Don Garber was interviewed on the Fox Football Fone-In show by Eric Wynalda and Nick Webster. There was one particular statement that Garber said that peaked my curiosity. It was in context of … Continue reading

MLS Draft, CBA, and More

Posted on by Peter C

Stuff I Follow from the Cheap Seats MLS Superdraft A good starting point for Superdraft information. Generation Adidas explained, reported by L.E. Eisenmenger. Before the expansion draft I was pegging Philadelphia to take defenseman Ike Opara with the first pick … Continue reading