Category Archives: Major League Soccer

Revolution’s Diego Fagundez Cap-Tied to Uruguay, Ineligible to Play for USMNT

  This past Thursday, New England Revolution youngster Diego Fagundez started for Uruguay in the South American Under 20 Championship, which, under current FIFA rules, will permanently exclude him from suiting up for the United States Men’s National Team in the future [1]. Many fans of the USMNT were hoping that the 19 year old… Read More »

Two MLS teams in Florida

The MLS has announced its plan to add four new teams, expanding the league to 24 teams by 2020. Is this a bigger push to get more Americans involved in the league? While there are many programs vying for the spots, one of them was recently given to Orlando City. With that in mind, it… Read More »

Changing the College Soccer System

In the debate on how to best achieve the first World Cup title for the United States, the differences between how youth are filtered into professional leagues in the U.S. verses other nations who have had World Cup success is often the main topic of conversation. All other national programs outside of the U.S. have youngsters… Read More »

Un Nouveau stade de foot à New York : conséquences locales

Les conséquences politiques de foot sont souvent nationales et internationales. Par conséquent, c’est souvent possible d’utiliser le foot comme aperçu du psychisme national et des affaires étrangères. Considérez l’équipe nationale française comme microcosme d’une société idéale qui intègre chaque partie diverse de l’ancien empire, et les fêtes en Afghanistan comme symbole du désir d’être affranchi… Read More »