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News Roundup: Reading United advances, Courage best in the world, and Rooney opens his MLS account

Plus Ayuk to Turkey, Zlatan skips the ASG, and SMH NPH

USMNT

Preview: USA v Turkey

Turkey will pose a much stiffer challenge to the U.S. than Azerbaijan. Will the U.S. maintain the things it did well while improving those things it did poorly? Will the fan base melt down entirely if it does not?

Featured

The Philadelphia-Ankara connection

What do the Union have in common with a team in Turkey? PSP connects the dots, dissects Saturday’s game-winning goal, offers a suggestion for the U.S. Open Cup, and raves about NBC Sports and Landon Donovan in this Five Thoughts piece.

Featured / Local

2010: The best and worst of Philly soccer

PSP takes a look at the best and worst of Philly soccer, from PPL Park and Holmfridur to Joe Biden and the World Cup (or lack thereof).

Daily news roundups

USMNT arrives in SA, schedules post-WC against Brazil, more…

USMNT arrives in South Africa, schedules friendly with Brazil. Seattle GM doesn’t regret letting Le Toux go unprotected, and more…

Daily news roundups

England and Argentina cruise, U.S. faces Czech

Highlights from World Cup friendlies, Turkey wants Euro 2016, and AC Milan is in DC for a yawner tonight.

U.S. Men to take on Turkey in Philadelphia
USMNT / World Cup

U.S. Men to take on Turkey in Philadelphia

The U.S. will take on Turkey at Lincoln Financial Field on May 29th in what will be their final tune up before the World Cup, according to the Associated Press. ¬†An official announcement is due out tomorrow at a press conference with mayor Michael Nutter, U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati, […]

UEFA / UEFA Champions League

Match fixing scandal rocks Europe

Law enforcement officials in Germany announced today that 50 raids in Germany, Switzerland and England have resulted in the arrests of 17 people in connection with an alledged match-fixing ring. Those arrested are described as “leaders of the gang.” A further 200 people are suspected of being involved in the […]