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Roxburgh explains the Red Bulls' lack of big off-season moves
Andy Roxburgh: "Because we had a good year last year, we decided at that point we would try to keep as much stability as we could. So we didn't make dramatic changes. We tried to see if we can this group to the next phase.”
Andy Roxburgh: "Because we had a good year last year, we decided at that point we would try to keep as much stability as we could. So we didn't make dramatic changes. We tried to see if we can this group to the next phase.”
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Two weeks ago following a disappointing 1-1 tie with the San Jose Earthquakes, it was Red Bulls head coach Mike Petke who delivered a bombshell statement. Petke held onto the podium in front of him as he answered questions about a team that a season ago lifted the Supporters Shield and was now mid-table in the Eastern Conference. Complete story
Part I -- Soccer has long history at Yankee Stadium -- It all started in 1931
Soccer returns to the big ballyard in the Bronx Wednesday, when defending English Premier League champions Manchester City play runners-up Liverpool at 7 p.m. at Yankee Stadium. Soccer has been played at the stadium since 1931. Complete story

Green concentrating on securing spot with Bayern, doesn't want to be loaned out
Julian Green: "The most important thing right now is FC Bayern. I want to play for Bayern. I don't think about a loan or something. That's it." The last time we saw Julian Green in action, he was making his World Cup debut for the U.S. national Team. He did his best for the Americans, scoring on his very first touch in the competition during the second extra-time period of a 2-1 loss to Belgium in the Round of 16. Complete story
Cosmos in the World Cup GUINNESS CHAMPIONS CUP
City wins big, Liverpool blanks Olympiacos 1-0

PITTSBURGH--- Stevan Jovetic scored twice to lead Manchester City to a 5-1 win over AC Milan in a Guinness international Champions Cup game in front of 34,347 at Heinz Field Sunday.

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Cosmos in the World Cup COSMOS IN THE WORLD CUP
27 have been on the sport’s biggest stage

During their heyday in the 1970s and 1980s, the New York Cosmos were known across the globe for their assemblage of international stars. Many of these stars shone brightest on the world's biggest stage, the World Cup. In fact, 26 players from the original incarnation of the Cosmos competed in the World Cup finals, with four of them getting a chance to stand on the winner's podium.

Michael Lewis
The battle of NY soccer officially kicks off with three separate events within a 24-hour span
The battle for New York soccer has begun in earnest. And if you needed to be reminded of that, you only needed to notice three disparate functions held by the three professional teams in the area over a 22-hour period Wednesday and Thursday.
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Charles Cuttone
World Cup magic is in the eye of the beholder
In the end, there was no magic. At least not enough to propel the United States, whose World Cup lasted 120 minutes longer than I and many observers thought it would, any further. But, the magic really was in that they got this far.
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My Two Cents
What is it worth to you, Freddy?
Even though Freddy Adu signed with Serbian club FK Jagodina this week, fan Sean Davidson Johnson still wants the former teen phenom to return home.
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Soccer Camps
EPL team bringing camp program to U.S.

Arsenal will hold summer camps in four locations in conjunction with Summerfuel. Summerfuel will be working with Arsenal Football Club to bring Arsenal Soccer Schools to the United States this summer

Cosmopoliran Soccer League
CSL: Greek Americans earn Region I amateur title again

An own goal in extra time saw New York Greek Americans edge tough Maryland Bays, 3-2, in Horsham, Pa, last Sunday and pull off a “three-peat” as United States Adult Soccer Association Region I Amateur champions.

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