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No goal, top US Soccer ref says

US Soccer’s referees director says Jaime Moreno’s goal against Philadelphia Union should have been disallowed, MLSSoccer.com reports. Does that get Chris Seitz off the hook? Well … Sebastien Le Toux already sort of did that.

Union players were pretty surprised by the fan response to the team, Goal.com reports.

AC Milan will visit D.C. United for a friendly at RFK Stadium on May 26. Feel like taking the drive?

Togo captain Emmanuel Adebayor says he will never again play for his national team after they were attacked with machine guns on their way to the African Cup of Nations in January – and then suspended for the next two tourneys for not playing.

Check out this story about a French player who lies about his achievements to get trials with professional clubs.

U.S. Open Cup qualifying kicks off tonight for MLS clubs, with Colorado visiting Kansas City.

MLS Commissioner Don Garber sits down for a Q &A with Sports Illustrated.

One Comment

  1. Glad to see a little bit of reprieve for Chris Seitz. Anyone who knows a lick about soccer knew that was completely illegal. The law states in with tremendous clarity. Just another one that Terry Vaughn bottled. (Fox Soccer commentators were enthralled by the play and spoke at length about the smarts of the “wily” veteran Moreno. In their eyes it was smart to fake as if he would tackled the goalkeeper to throw him off his rhythm. Brainless)

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