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United States Coach Bob Bradley made five changes to his starting lineup for Tuesday's exhibition match against Paraguay in Nashville. The more noteworthy change is how those players will line up.
Manchester United Manager Alex Ferguson was in New Jersey on Tuesday to officially launch the club's 2011 tour of the United States.
After a 1-1 tie against Argentina on Saturday, here are a few changes United States Coach Bob Bradley should consider for Tuesday's game against Paraguay.
Chad Ochocinco's five-day tryout with Sporting Kansas City is set to end Tuesday, and his play in a reserve game Monday showed exactly why.
Brazil plays most of its exhibition games, including Sunday's win over Scotland in London, far from South America.
Japanese soccer players will come together in Osaka on Tuesday to play a charity match for the victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami.
The M.L.S. All-Star Game will be played July 27 at Red Bulls Arena in Harrison, N.J.
Player ratings for the United States-Argentina friendly at New Meadowlands Stadium.
Coverage of the United States-Argentina game from New Meadowlands Stadium.
Bob Bradley, the coach of the United States national team, is probably thinking long and hard about getting the only two uncapped players on his roster into Saturday night's match against Argentina. If not then, then certainly Tuesday's game against Paraguay.
The little guy wearing the sky blue and white striped jersey of Argentina will be the center of attention in an international friendly match against the United States at New Meadowlands Stadium on Saturday night.
George Vecsey was given some rare access to Bob Bradley and the United States national team this week at their training camp in Cary, N.C.
The Red Bulls (1-0, 3 points) will probably field what could generously be called an experimental roster on Saturday night against the Crew in Columbus, Ohio.
The U.S. men's national team will be wearing a newly designed uniform when it takes the field against Argentina in an international friendly match Saturday night.
But regardless of which way the voting goes in FIFA's presidential election this summer, the big winner may be someone who isn't running: the former French star and current UEFA president Michel Platini.
This season's mantra among the Red Bulls' players and coaches is to "play the right way." Is that an appropriate goal in M.L.S.?
As David Beckham enters the final year of his contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy, the fans who once serenaded him with songs have changed their tune and are now openly hostile to him.
U.S. midfielder Stuart Holden, injured in a match in England last Saturday, will miss six months with a knee injury.
A look at the ins and outs of the U.S. soccer roster selection, with an eye toward this summer's Gold Cup, the 2013 Confederations Cup and beyond.
The Old Firm rivalry is undoubtedly Scottish soccer's most valuable asset. But is it good for the country's game?