“I can assure the supporters that I will do everything in my power to make sure we have a national team we can all be proud of and one that, in time, can experience the excitement of participating in a major championship finals once again.” Scotland manager Gordon Strachan.
- USA – Costa Rica in Commerce City.
- Combine to SuperDraft.
- Chivas USA’s choices.
- FA Cup Wednesday.
- European club finances.
Can “luck” and skill be separated in soccer? – from MLSsoccer’s Devin Pleuler: But, I don’t think that un-modeled bias is luck.
Despite shortcomings, college soccer is still relevant – from Goal.com’s Avi Creditor: Don’t think for a second that it doesn’t serve a useful purpose, though.
QPR ready to spend big again in transfer window to avoid relegation – from BBC Sport’s Ben Smith: “Football needs to change,” he declared.
NFL could teach the Premier League a great deal about financial fair play – from The Independent’s James Lawton: There are many such regulations, of course….
David Bernstein issue casts shadow over FA’s 150th anniversary – from The Guardian’s Owen Gibson: made harder by the FA’s unending capacity to shoot itself in the foot.
Is Neymar smart to stay in Brazil? – from ESPN FC’s Ed Malyon: Neymar is the smiling vanguard who reaches out to the world and tells us that things have changed.
The worst Madrid side since Mourinho took charge – from Inside Spanish Football’s Jason Pettigrove: Aside from injuries, too many players in the Madrid team have not been playing at their maximum.
Ticket Prices And The Costs Of Having An Opinion – from 200%: The decision that supporters have to make is not a complicated one.
Australia falls back in love with beautiful game – from The Telegraph’s Simon Briggs: Twas not ever thus.
Out of Africa: challenge to Hayatou raises the stakes – from World Soccer’s Keir Radnedge: Hence any complaint against process must also be raised by a federation.
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