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Fire could face big, hostile crowd in next U.S. Open Cup match

The U.S. Open Cup struggles to get love and attention from American soccer fans so it’s no surprise that it’s completely off the radar for average sports fans. However, what the single-elimination knockout competition provides is rare among American sports. Amateur ...

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U.S. earns rare point at Azteca by stymieing Mexico in WCQ

Mexico and the United States went blow-for-blow at the Estadio Azteca on Sunday in a typically fiery World Cup qualifier, and the two sides were so evenly matched that even their misfortune mirrored one another. With the score knotted at ...

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U.S. Soccer, women's national team ratify new 5-year CBA

The U.S. women’s national team and U.S. Soccer have come to terms on a new five-year collective bargaining agreement that will run through 2021, which brings increased pay, stronger commitments to the NWSL, and a new licensing rights structure, along ...

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U.S. Soccer institutes rule requiring players to stand for national anthem

After Megan Rapinoe decided to kneel during the anthem, the governing body has created the mandate. Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports U.S. Soccer has instituted a new rule that requires players to stand during the national anthem. The measure, announced Saturday, ...

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Report: Loria being named U.S. ambassador to France may halt Marlins sale

A potential deal between Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria and New York businessmen Joshua Kushner and Joseph Meyer could break off if Loria is appointed ambassador to France, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald who cites the New ...

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1-on-1 with Walker Zimmerman: U.S. debut caps steady rise to prominence

FC Dallas defender Walker Zimmerman knows the value of a chance. He’s been blessed with several of them in his 23 years, especially in the last few, which have seen his rapid rise in the world of professional soccer. Zimmerman ...

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Dom Dwyer inching closer to U.S. citizenship amid USMNT interest

Sporting Kansas City forward Dom Dwyer might soon be embarking on a new adventure as his international career could get its start by mid-February. Born and raised in England, Dwyer came to the U.S. in 2009 when he attended Tyler ...

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Watch: U.S. player consoles Mexican twin sister after heartbreaking loss

🇺🇸/🇲🇽 Sabrina Flores, qui a joué une grande partie du match côté 🇺🇸 vient réconforter sa sœur Mónica Flores, qui évoluait sous le maillot 🇲🇽 pic.twitter.com/N0Ogi6KbAs — Cœurs de Foot (@coeursdefoot) November 25, 2016 The U.S. women’s Under-20 national team ...

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Syndergaard, Kluber won't pitch for U.S. in WBC

The United States won’t have two of its finest right arms at its disposal during the 2017 World Baseball Classic. New York Mets ace Noah Syndergaard and Cleveland Indians right-hander Corey Kluber both declined invitations to pitch for their country ...

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3 takeaways from Mexico's dramatic, hex-halting win over the U.S.

Uno a Dos. Mexico quashed the Dos a Cero hoodoo at the United States‘ unofficial home of soccer Friday with a late 2-1 victory clinched by the head of veteran Rafa Marquez. It was a closely fought, slightly tempestuous, and ...

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