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And the Jozy Altidore transfer rumors continue to swirl..
A few days ago Goal.com was reporting that Altidore was to be sent on loan from Villarreal to the Greek club Olympiakos Piraeus. This did not come to fruition but under an hour ago a new interesting rumor arose as USsoccerNews reported that he may be headed to Málaga for the year.
These are only rumors and nothing is confirmed but it is safe to say that speculation regarding an Altidore loan is brewing.
Enthusiasm in Mexico City is high for the August 12th US vs Mexico World Cup qualifier.
According to SoccerAmerica.com, “Azteca Stadium is already sold out to its 105,000 capacity for the Aug. 12 qualifier.”
Azteca Stadium is widely considered one of the most intimidating soccer stadiums on Earth so the Men’s National team will have to battle.
To better understand what it will be like for the US Men’s national team on August 12th check out 9 Things You Didn’t Know About Azteca Stadium after the jump! Continue reading
California has played a vital role in the FIFA World Cup. After accepted an invitation to join the Board of Directors for the USA Bid Committee in its endeavor to bring the FIFA World Cup to the United States in 2018 or 2022 the “Governator” Arnold Schwarzenegger said it best.
“Soccer is the world’s most popular sport and California has been home to some of its most exciting games” said Governor Schwarzenegger.
Let’s take a look at California’s ties to soccer and the World Cup after the jump! Continue reading
When it comes to sports, one of the stubbornest examples of American exceptionalism is the use of the word “soccer.” Some six billion people around the world have chosen to call it “football.” We don’t care.
But in recent months, this sport—the one with the ball and the net—has taken a few steps forward. As Major League Soccer, the leading American professional league, holds its All-Star game Wednesday at Rio Tinto Stadium in Utah, there is growing evidence that America’s parochial attitude toward this game is quickly fading.
The Wall Street Journal says parochialism persists, but ticket sales, TV ratings and U.S. heam heroics show progress, read Are Americans Becoming Soccer Fans?