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  • Young center backs on U.S. soccer team have a big responsibility

    Young center backs on U.S. soccer team have a big responsibility
    Before last year, Matt Besler had never played a game for the U.S. soccer team. And when he finally earned his first start, he played next to the Galaxy's Omar Gonzalez, who was making only his third international appearance. Now 14 months and 26...
  • Newcastle fines Alan Pardew for head butt of David Meyler [Video]

    Newcastle fines Alan Pardew for head butt of David Meyler [Video]
    Newcastle Manager Alan Pardew, a fiery sort, head butted Hull midfielder David Meyler after the two crossed paths along the sideline during an English Premier League game on Saturday, leading to a warning and $168,000 fine by the club. Pardew, who was...
  • Boys' soccer: Birmingham reaches City Section Division I final

     Erick Villatoro scored his 21st goal of the season and Anthony Rivera added another goal to help Birmingham defeat Locke, 2-0, in a City Section Division I boys' soccer semifinal match on Friday. Goalie Gerson Mejicanos recorded his 13th shutout of the...
  • U.S. players get last audition for World Cup spot against Ukraine

    U.S. players get last audition for World Cup spot against Ukraine
    Having just spent his monthlong winter camp working with domestic players, U.S. national team Coach Juergen Klinsmann called up a team of primarily foreign-based players for next week’s friendly against the Ukraine in Cyprus. The game, to be...
  • Soccer: It's a Loyola-Servite Division 1 semifinal

    Get ready for an epic Southern Section Division 1 boys' soccer semifinal on Tuesday at Servite. The Friars advanced with a 1-0 quarterfinal victory over Aliso Niguel. Esen Harris scored the only goal. Servite will face No. 1-seeded Loyola, which...
  • Despite rise of soccer academies, high schools have some top talent

    Despite rise of soccer academies, high schools have some top talent
    The Southern Section and City Section soccer championships are scheduled for next weekend, and all the top boys' players participating ought to receive a big thank you from their classmates for deciding to represent their schools instead of joining the U....
  • Galaxy goalkeeper coach Matt Reis passes his wisdom along

    Galaxy goalkeeper coach Matt Reis passes his wisdom along
    Over 16 seasons and the 315 games he played in Major League Soccer, Matt Reis' objective was always the same. Block the shot, protect his goal. A four-time All-Star with the New England Revolution, Reis set every goalkeeping record in the club's history...
  • Ex-youth soccer coach found guilty of molesting 15 children

    Ex-youth soccer coach found guilty of molesting 15 children
    A onetime American Youth Soccer Organization coach in Lancaster was found guilty Thursday of molesting 15 children over 17 years. Jurors took four hours to convict Renoir Vincent Valenti, 52, of multiple felony and misdemeanor sexual abuse crimes...
  • Boys' soccer: Birmingham advances to Division I semifinals

     City Section soccer power El Camino Real has had enough of Aaron Yeverino and the Birmingham Patriots. On Wednesday in a second round Division I playoff match, Yeverino scored the only goal on an assist from Alex Barrientos to enable Birmingham to...
  • Kristine Lilly, Brian McBride, Bob Bradley elected to soccer Hall of Fame

    Kristine Lilly, Brian McBride, Bob Bradley elected to soccer Hall of Fame
    National team veterans Kristine Lilly and Brian McBride and former national team coach Bob Bradley were elected Monday to the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Lilly played in a record 352 games for the U.S. women's team over a 24-year international...
  • Want Brazil World Cup 2014 tickets? Clock's ticking, odds slim

    Want Brazil World Cup 2014 tickets? Clock's ticking, odds slim
    If you’re an American chasing tickets for the World Cup beginning June 12, your time is running short, and you have to go through Brasilia and FIFA, not necessarily in that order. Brasilia is the Brazilian capital, where the government oversees...