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The Time Is Right For The Americas Champions League

When Riccardo Silva first floated the idea of the Americas Champions League, a tournament with 64 top clubs from CONMEBOL and CONCACAF nations, it seemed too audacious for its time.  Two things have occurred that may change that perception since Silva shared his ambitious vision for a Western Hemisphere answer

US Open Cup Draw Highlights: Round of 16

  Following the 4th Round of the US Open Cup, it is now down to the final 16 teams. At this point, the draw has established the rest of the knockout tournament with a 16-team bracket and 4 regions released. MLS joined the competition in Round 4 and went 14-3 in

On This Week’s Rumors

6/10/16 by Alan Chapman Defense against The Dark Arts, or, Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong. As any quick look at some of the recent stories concerning RayoOKC will tell you it’s time to light the cigars, break out into a chorus of You’ll Never Walk Alone, and push the curvaceous Diva onto the

How a Derby Gave Me Hope

Steve Hamlin writes: Author’s note: This piece isn’t meant to be some cry for attention or self-centered use of an outlet to tell my story through. Truth be told, I had a lot of trouble writing this, finding strength to tell my story and how soccer imprinted it. This is a testimony. A

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