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Editor's Notes: Turf Circles, Arena and more


Seattle Sounders had a turf circle problem while Anthony Arena is blasting balls out of the stadium in Pittsburgh. Bob Bradley gave a great post-game interview that we had to make sure everyone sees.

Bornstein: "I would always like to go back to MLS"


Former Chivas USA defender Jonathan Bornstein gave an interview this week discussing his recent career exploits as well as his future. We share some of the former USMNT player's comments, including...

Once a Goat - Bornstein Transfer-Listed in Mexico


We go over the recent goings-on of former Chivas USA defenders Jonathan Bornstein and Heath Pearce.

Anfield Banter: No Diego Forlan, No Cisse loan, No Roy, you can't have Carson, & a little rant about the pathetic piece of shit that is US Soccer


* Villarreal director Jose Manuel Llaneza Dura has said that Forlan is staying put. NO!!!! Hold on... just a second... I'm trying to... make myself cry... * Rafa will not be letting Cisse out on...

2012 Start is Second Best in Chivas USA History


Looking through the record books, Chivas USA are off to the second-best start in club history. We compare the numbers as well as the final records for previous seasons.

Al Jazeera Interview: Bob Bradley on Port Said deaths


"Al Jazeera's Paul Rhys speaks to the Egyptian national football team's American coach, Bob Bradley, about the tragedy at a match in Port Said on February 1 that left 74 people dead and more than a thousand injured. The invasion of the pitch after Al Masry beat Al Ahly 3-1 was initially assumed to be by fans gloating at their victory - and then as the sort of violent incident that has scarred global football for decades."

Bradley Out As US Soccer Head Coach - UPDATE: Klinsmann In


UPDATE: US Soccer has confirmed that Jurgen Klinsmann is the new head coach of the MNT. US Men's National Team Coach Bob Bradley has been "relieved of his duties", according to a statement from the...

The Problem With US Soccer


The US men's national team made a real mess of the recent Gold Cup, despite making it to the final, and at one point, being up 2-0 on the eventual winners, Mexico. That result flatters a team that...

Major Link Soccer: Bob Bradley Marches In Protest, Red Bulls Still Think They're Tax Exempt


With the riots in Port Said, Egyptian National team coach Bob Bradley took to the streets of Cairo in protest. The New York Red Bulls are told to pay $3.7 million in taxes for RBA, but plan to appeal.

At least 50 killed in Egypt soccer pitch invasion


This link includes video of the riots, which look like sheer madness and pandemonium. Truly awful stuff. As Brian Straus of Sporting news said: "In certain climates, it's remains too easy to incite soccer fans to violence." I can't imagine something as completely insane as this happening here, but hopefully we never see this type of violence at a soccer match ever again. Hopefully Bob Bradley can help the national team and the rest of the nation respond positively to this.

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