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City of Angels FC: Soccer For Everyone

PJ Harrison and Joe Sumner (yes, he’s the son of Gordon Sumner, aka Sting – get it out of your system now) are sitting backstage in a dressing room discussing football. Oblivious to the scantily clad women surrounding them, they’re discussing their home teams – Newcastle and Everton, respectively. This

Open Overtures: How Cutthroat League Competition Undercuts National Soccer Development

The American soccer pyramid is a quite bizarre structure. Eclectic at best and disorganized, disjointed, and incoherent at worst, the divisional system of soccer in the United States is rather scatterbrained. Obviously, there’s no connectivity: there’s no promotion and relegation in place to unify these leagues. Instead, they are assigned

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