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Philadelphia Union Battle to 2-2 Draw against Montreal Impact

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Philadelphia Union Battle to 2-2 Draw against Montreal Impact

It was everything a fan would want in a game; there were goals, cards, wet, wild weather, and sending offs. Yet, there was some inconsistent officiating that didn’t lead to any major scoring chance or goal, but affected how the game was play and ended. Under a constant, steady rain and high winds for most […]

CJ Sapong Leads Philadelphia Union Past Seattle Sounders

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CJ Sapong Leads Philadelphia Union Past Seattle Sounders

After a disappointing 5-1 loss to the LA Galaxy on the road over the weekend, the Philadelphia Union returned to PPL Park for the first of three home games. Philadelphia dominated the first 20 minutes of the game for a second straight week. This time they were able to control most of the game’s pace […]

USMNT: Jurgen Klinsmann Names 2015 Gold Cup Provisional Roster

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USMNT: Jurgen Klinsmann Names 2015 Gold Cup Provisional Roster

Ahead of the USMNT’s 2-1 win over Germany, Jurgen Klinsmann announced the USMNT’s 35-man provisional roster for the 2015 Gold Cup. The USMNT’s May friendlies against Netherlands and Germany helped prepare the team for their July friendly against Guatemala and the 2015 Gold Cup. They are hoping to win and secure a spot in the […]

USMNT’s Bobby Wood Scores Game-Winner against Germany (VIDEO)

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USMNT’s Bobby Wood Scores Game-Winner against Germany (VIDEO)

The USMNT have made history for the second straight week. Last week, they defeated the Netherlands 4-3 for the first time in history. This week they scored two unanswered goals and beat Germany 2-1 for the first time in Germany. With the game tied heading towards stoppage time, the USMNT attacked quickly down the field. […]

Philadelphia Union Fall to NYCFC 2-1

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Philadelphia Union Fall to NYCFC 2-1

Looking for their second-straight win at home in a week and fourth in their last five games, the Philadelphia Union welcomed New York City FC to PPL Park and looked to keep their recent momentum going. Yet that didn’t occur as NYCFC scored two second-half goals to win only their second game of the season […]

Sepp Blatter Resigns as FIFA President

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Sepp Blatter Resigns as FIFA President

On Tuesday morning, FIFA announced an impromptu press conference for 12pm EST. It was delayed for about 45 minutes and when it started Sepp Blatter took the stage to announce that he will be resigning as the FIFA President. Last Friday, Blatter was re-elected for his fifth term as FIFA President over Prince Ali. This […]

USMNT’s U-20 World Cup Opener Brings in Impressive TV Viewership

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USMNT’s U-20 World Cup Opener Brings in Impressive TV Viewership

The USMNT U-20’s are currently in New Zealand competition in the 2015 U-20 World Cup. They opened up their World Cup group play with a match against Myanmar. Overall the USMNT was underwhelming and gave up the early lead, but in the second half played better and controlled possession. They came away with a 2-1 […]

Relaunch: Stoppage Time Soccer 2.0

Relaunch: Stoppage Time Soccer 2.0

Stoppage Time Soccer was launched in March 2014 after I was let go from Rant Sports. The initial launch was great and brought many viewers and new writers to the site. It was a time that allowed me be my own boss and grow as a writer and leader. In late July 2014 I was presented […]

USMNT Goalkeeper Tim Howard Announces International Soccer Sabbatical

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USMNT Goalkeeper Tim Howard Announces International Soccer Sabbatical

2014 World Cup and USMNT star Tim Howard announced Thursday that he is taking a sabbatical from US Men’s National Team to spend more time with his family. “Having played overseas for the last 12 years and missing out on spending time with my family, making this commitment to my family is very important at […]

MLS Preview: New York Red Bulls vs Chicago Fire

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MLS Preview: New York Red Bulls vs Chicago Fire

It’s that time of the year again. The 2014 MLS Cup playoffs are looming and teams are making their final surge up their respective tables. Teams scrap for any points they can muster to help them move into cherished playoff position. It’s this same time of the year where a club like the Chicago Fire […]

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