Friday, July 31, 2015

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MLS added clubs in Orlando and New York for this season, and plans to add another in Atlanta in 2017 and a second Los Angeles team in 2018.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

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Acting CONCACAF president Alfredo Hawit will personally oversee a review of the federation's referee department after controversial calls marred this summer's Gold Cup.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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Goal takes a look at Week 2 of Liga MX, as teams try to start winning streaks — or avoid rocky starts.

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As MLS prepares to play its 20th All-Star Game, the league's midseason showcase is in need of an overhaul, which could include an East vs. West format.

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After seeing the U.S. national team suffer its worst Gold Cup finish since 2000, the head coach is facing the wrath of unhappy fans. His job is safe, but should it be?

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

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The Mexican Football Federation fired the 47-year-old without announcing his successor. Goal takes a look at eight potential candidates who could coach El Tri.

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The manager's everyman attitude turned into his downfall as the team enters a time of turmoil after winning the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, writes Jon Arnold.

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The 47-year-old has been released by the team after allegedly punching reporter Christian Martinoli of TV Azteca following the CONCACAF Gold Cup final.

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CONCACAF's most important tournament is broken, but it's not beyond fixing, writes Jon Arnold.

Monday, July 27, 2015

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The Montreal Impact announced the signing of the former Chelsea striker on Monday, a deal that came about after a trade with the Chicago Fire.

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One day after his team won the Gold Cup, the Mexico manager could have put himself in hot water after allegedly assaulting a journalist at the airport

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Allegations of corruption, deplorable fan behavior and poor playing conditions have turned an enticing tournament into a sideshow, writes Thomas Floyd.

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After numerous unconvincing performances, Mexico earned the praise of coach Miguel Herrera following its CONCACAF Gold Cup triumph.

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The Caribbean nation is feeling positive ahead of World Cup qualifying, despite its Gold Cup run ending with a 3-1 loss to Mexico in Sunday's final.

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After advancing to the Gold Cup final in controversial fashion, Mexico left no doubt that it was the superior side as it brushed aside Jamaica, writes Seth Vertelney.

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In a tournament that was supposed to be a showcase for other high-profile Mexican stars, it was the midfielder who grabbed the mantle and led El Tri to glory.