Monthly Archives: January 2016

Everything You Missed Today in American Soccer: January 31, 2016

January 31, 2016
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First, let’s pay respect to SoccerOverThere.com, which announced today that it is going on a – hopefully brief – hiatus. In the age before Twitter became popular and Vines were non-existent, this site was often the only way for American soccer fans to stay connected to Americans playing abroad. Today, the United States men’s...

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Everything You Missed Today in American Soccer: January 30, 2016

January 30, 2016
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News abroad dominated the headlines on Saturday, as 17-year-old Christian Pulisic made his Bundesliga debut, Matt Miazga finalized his deal with Chelsea and John Anthony Brooks signed a new contract with Hertha Berlin. Congrats to 17 year-old @cpulisic_10 who made his Bundesliga debut for @BVB today. #USMNT #BabyNats https://t.co/LdMaJbptKL — The American Outlaws (@AmericanOutlaws)...

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Everything You Missed in the Last 24 Hours of American Soccer: January 29, 2016

January 29, 2016
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Former United States international and new Philadelphia Union Sporting Director Earnie Stewart criticized MLS’ policy of mandatory “off” days, causing a minor stir. Earnie Stewart on off days (spoiler: he's not a fan) pic.twitter.com/JrSiLhN32l — Matthew De George (@sportsdoctormd) January 28, 2016 Stewart’s comments sounded an awful lot like those made by U.S. head...

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Everything You Missed in the Last 24 Hours of American Soccer: January 28, 2016

January 28, 2016
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Once-projected phenom turned cautionary tale Freddy Adu opened up to Ives Galarcep about his recent career moves and failures. Adu said, “I’ve looked back on these past few years and I’ve wasted a lot of time, wasted years of my career, just not dedicating the time I should have to the sport.” He also...

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