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Featured soccer stories from USSoccerPlayers writers on world soccer, European soccer, the USMNT, MLS, and the history of soccer.

Training compensation/solidarity payments: a change, but not a solution

MLS going all in on training compensation and solidarity payments bypasses the US Soccer Federation and further complicates the issue…

A Whitecaps win amid bigger issues

The Vancouver Whitecaps picked up an unlikely first win of the season, shutting out LAFC at home but a fan…

MLS makes announcements

MLS makes its own news announcing that the league will expand to 30 cities, setting a fee, and also changing…

USNSTPA statement for playing on sod at Nippert Stadium on June 9

The official statement from the US National Soccer Team Players Association concerning playing on sod at Nippert Stadium on June…

The latest twist to the Champions League story

Another Champions League quarterfinal upset sees Manchester City out and Spurs playing Ajax in the semifinals while Liverpool advances to…

The return of the LA Galaxy

The LA Galaxy is actively addressing its biggest liability, with their defensive improvements already pushing them into contender status in…

Barco and Browne in a changing MLS

Atlanta signing Ezequiel Barco and Montreal moving for Omar Browne are deals on opposite ends of a changing MLS spectrum…

Once again it’s Ajax disrupting the Champions League

Ajax knocked out another Champions League contender, beating Juventus 3-2 on aggregate while Barcelona beat Manchester United in the quarterfinals.

The Premier League vs La Liga

The Premier League has a clear opportunity in this season's Champions League that will eventually require knocking out the favorites…

The MLS rivalries in the I-95 corridor

With New England playing the Red Bulls and NYCFC at DC United this weekend, we look at the I-95 rivalries…