Preview: Everybody else at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup


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Solidarity payments still at issue in American soccer


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The problems with the US Open Cup format


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The LA teams in the Open Cup


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Colorado, Philadelphia, Sporting KC, and Seattle exit Open Cup


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What the break means in the Eastern Conference


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FIFA’s World


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Soccer’s instant replay problem


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The soccer news starts with the instant replay problem. The 2019 Gold Cup isn’t using the video assistant referee system, saving us from at least some of the angst now associated with instant replay. As a system, it’s already caused enough issues to make most of us wonder why we ever thought it was a good idea. Call it a global beta test, but the current version is the kind of thing that will only make a game worse.

Every time a referee makes the VAR motion, it’s a safe assumption that we’ll have some time on our hands. The referee considers what happened in real time from a few unrealistic perspectives, makes that motion again, and it seems like more often than not complicates things. The inadvertent handball has become the obvious point of contention. If it takes slow motion replay and multiple angles to decide their might have Continue reading “Soccer’s instant replay problem”

International absences make it difficult for six MLS teams


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The USMNT’s Gold Cup plan


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USMNT 0 – Venezuela 3


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MLS Week 15: Wins for the Union and Rapids


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What is Philadelphia in MLS?


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England and the point of the Nations League


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MLS Power Rankings: International roster disruption


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Berhalter picks his 2019 USMNT Gold Cup roster


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Experiments, new faces, and nerves for USMNT vs Jamaica


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USMNT 0 – Jamaica 1


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Will the Galaxy close the gap with LAFC?


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The Red Bulls organization and MLS


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