Good news for Major League Soccer fans. The MLS players will not go on strike even though CBA has run out. Published February 25 2010
U.S. team coach Bob Bradley names roster today for the U.S. team's big game against the Netherlands on March 3 in Amsterdam Published February 25 2010
Brian Ching, Sasha Kljesten, Jonathan Borstein Heath Pearce and Robbie Rogers all played well in the U.S. 2-1 win over El Salvador Published February 25 2010
American coach Bob Bradley will take another look at the talent he has available to him in MLS when the U.S. take on El Salvador in Tampa tonight. Published February 24 2010
D.C. United and the Washington Freedom will play a double-header on Saturday, May 1 at RFK Stadium. Published February 23 2010
American star Landon Donovan put on another fine performance to help his club Everton come from behind and down English Premier League champion Manchester United 3-1. Published February 20 2010
Key defender Oguchi Onyewu is back in training with the U.S. team after suffering a serious knee injury last year Published February 19 2010
D.C. United has waived goalkeeper Milos Kocic, who was drafted by the club last year. Published February 19 2010
Women’s Professional Soccer has unveiled its 2010 WPS season schedule: Washington Freedom open at home against the Boston Breakers on April 10. Published February 18 2010
Charlie Davies is back in France and talking about his rehabilitation after last year's serious car accident. Published February 18 2010
The U.S. national team will tuneup for the 2010 World Cup with games against Turkey and the Czech Republic Published February 17 2010
Wayne Rooney downs Milan with two goals to steal the show from David Beckham. Published February 17 2010
Americans are scooping up those World Cup tickets. Published February 16 2010
Just when some folks are questioning Freddy's Adu career, the former D.C. United player is back in the news. Published February 15 2010
Ashley Cole could miss the World Cup after breaking an ankle in a tackle with American Landon Donovan Published February 12 2010
Where Bob Bradley goes, so goes Jesse Marsch. The former D.C. United defender, has been named an assistant coach on the U.S. team Published February 8 2010
England coach Fabio Capello sacks John Terry as England captain following allegations that Terry had an affair with the ex-girlfriend of England teammate. Published February 5 2010
Szetela has undergone a successful partial menisectomy on his right knee. Published February 5 2010
Four-time FIFA World Player of the Year Marta, was picked by the San Francisco Bay Area team, FC Gold Pride, in WPS dispersal draft of players from the now defunct Los Angeles Sol. Published February 4 2010
Chris Pontius has a new contract and been called up to the U.S. national teams training camp. Published February 4 2010
John Haydon has covered soccer for The Washington Times for two decades. He has reported on international soccer events in Germany, South Korea and Spain. John hails from Birmingham, England and has lived in the Washington D.C. region for ...Read More
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