Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Ronaldo, Messi and Rooney earn lavish salaries beyond the wildest dreams of most players and fans - Goal debates the vast financial gulf between the elite and the rest
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The first of three CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals pitting an MLS side against a Liga MX team takes place Tuesday.
Monday, March 10, 2014
The Central American teams left in the competition face off in the first leg of a quarterfinal when the CONCACAF Champions League returns to action Monday.
The U.S. U-20 internationals have been mentioned in the same breath for as long as they've been on the soccer scene. Now, they're both trying to carve their own way.
The Real Madrid star takes over from retired 2013 winner David Beckham at the top of our index, with Samuel Eto'o, Wayne Rooney and Kaka rounding off the top five.
Everything you need to know about how we have worked out our top 10 on this year's wealth index for professional soccer players.
Friday, March 7, 2014
Negotiations between PRO and the referees failed, and replacement referees will be in the middle (and on the lines) for Week One matches.
El Tri will face Israel in Mexico City on May 28 before traveling to the USA for previously scheduled friendlies against Ecuador, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Portugal.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
With Jason Kreis taking over at NYCFC, new Real Salt Lake manager Jeff Cassar is trying to keep the club among MLS' elite.
The U.S. national team will face Azerbaijan in San Francisco, Turkey in Harrison, N.J., and Nigeria in Jacksonville, Fla., before departing for Brazil.
After believing his national team career was over, the 32-year-old Houston Dynamo midfielder finds himself in contention for a trip to the World Cup.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Thanks to outstanding play from Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa and Nigeria shot-stoppers Vincent Enyeama and Austin Ejide, the friendly ended in a draw.
Jurgen Klinsmann gave several players the chance to make their case for a place on the U.S. World Cup team, but not a single fringe player boosted their stock in Wednesday's loss
Goals on either side of halftime condemned the Americans to defeat, as their defense was exposed badly on both strikes.
The ex-Barcelona man puts little stock in the Mexico legend's opinion that he isn't doing the job necessary as El Tri captain.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
There are reasons to believe the strike duo could function under Miguel Herrera's 5-3-2 system.
The versatile Seattle Sounders veteran has grown in confidence since breaking into the U.S. national team lineup nine months ago.
Miguel Herrera will take advantage of having his Europe-based players available, with several players left out of the World Cup playoff returning to the starting XI.
The 23-year-old striker is hoping that U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann recognizes his scoring ability in order to get a spot on the upcoming World Cup roster.