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News roundup: Union end of season awards, MLS playoffs, USMNT vs Panama

The Union are still eyeing a second trophy this season, while we take a look at what worries each team heading into the playoffs. The international break is in full swing, with the USMNT facing Panama today and the USWNT facing the Netherlands later this month.

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News roundup: Rosenberry’s #BeardFacts, Spanish players arrested, MLS and Liga MX tourney, more

Plus Kai Wagner fined, Reading United result, Women’s Word Cup news, and more.

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News roundup: a road draw for the Union, a weekend off for Bethlehem, and the NC Courage continues to dominate

Plus: MLS charter flights, Seattle can’t hold a lead, and de Gea struggles

Photo by Earl Gardner
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News Roundup: Le Toux may return, Nguyen to LAFC, and Liverpool to the Champions League Final

Plus- praise for Ray Gaddis, Western Conference teams spending, Johansson injured (again), and Premier League parity.


Recap and reaction: Scotland 0–0 USMNT

A dull game in which few players shone, though the substitutes generally looked good.


Preview: Scotland v USMNT

The U.S. should feel confident of a victory, but the focus must be on individual performances.


Analysis: US 5-1 Scotland

New PSP contributor Jeremy Lane breaks down what he calls “one of the finest offensive displays in recent U.S. Men’s National Team history.”

Featured / USMNT

Report: USA 5-1 Scotland

Landon Donovan earned your hat, and the midfield did the rest as the Americans dominated Scotland in Jacksonville.

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The US and El Salvador are in talks about a possible friendly to take place on February 24th. West Ham have been found guilty of crowd violence during their Carling Cup match against Milwall in August. Milwall was cleared. Sanctions will be announced by the FA on Friday. Everton to […]

Philadelphia Soccer History / US World Cup History

England, the USA, Philadelphia and the 1950 World Cup

It first started during the unlikely run of the US in the Confederations Cup: was the victory over Spain the US team’s greatest victory since the 1-0 victory over England in the 1950 World Cup hosted by Brazil? If the US had beaten Brazil in the Confederations Cup final, would […]