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US women romp past Haiti to win Group A
Carli Lloyd opened the US scoring against Haiti on Monday.
Carli Lloyd opened the US scoring against Haiti on Monday.
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Abby Wambach scored two goals as the United States Women’s National Team cruised past Haiti 6-0 to advance to the semifinals of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship Monday night in front of a small crowd of 6,421 at R.F.K. Stadium.
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OVERCOMING ADVERSITY
Boulos puts 2 knee surgeries in the past to help Haiti in CONCACAF WWC qualifiers
Kim Boulos: "I think the sky's our limit." Success can be measured on many many ways and levels whether it be for personal reasons, for the team and even for country. For one-time Fordham University standout Kim Boulos, just getting back onto the field again for the Haitian women's national team, after not one, but two knee operations can be considered a huge success. Complete story

SOME UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Red Bulls host Impact in CCL match Wednesday
Before the Red Bulls take on Sporting Kansas City Sunday, a match that will go far in determining their seeding in the MLS playoffs, they have some unfinished business to take care of in the CONCACAF Champions League. Complete story
Cosmos in the World Cup COSMOS IN THE WORLD CUP
27 have been on the sport’s biggest stage

During their heyday in the 1970s and 1980s, the New York Cosmos were known across the globe for their assemblage of international stars. Many of these stars shone brightest on the world's biggest stage, the World Cup. In fact, 26 players from the original incarnation of the Cosmos competed in the World Cup finals, with four of them getting a chance to stand on the winner's podium.

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Michael Lewis
OFFSIDE REMARKS
Garber, MLS might be angry, but Klinsmann has a point about Bradley, Dempsey
So, Don Garber is ticked off that U.S. national coach Jurgen Klinsmann had the nerve to say that Michael Bradley and Clint Dempsey should have not have returned home to play in Major League Soccer.
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Charles Cuttone
CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS
With bland logo, MLS is a blank slate
In unveiling a new logo on Thursday, part of the launch of a new version of a video game, Major League Soccer hopes to connect with its core audience, millennials.
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My Two Cents
MY TWO CENTS
Ode to The Don Having a tantrum
Will Smith writes something about Don Garber and his remarks about Jurgen Klinsmann.
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THE ARSENAL WAY
EPL team bringing camp program to U.S.

Arsenal will hold summer camps in four locations in conjunction with Summerfuel. Summerfuel will be working with Arsenal Football Club to bring Arsenal Soccer Schools to the United States this summer

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FROM FAMINE TO FEAST
CSL Report: Winless United FC hand Pancyprian Freedoms, Rovers 1st losses of season

Winless the first five weeks of the season, United FC suddenly stirred to life last week. The Brooklyn side inflicted the first defeats on Pancyprian Freedoms and New York Rovers, ending both clubs’ 100 percent records in stunning back-to-back victories 72 hours apart.

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MINUTE MAN
Arreola strikes twice in 60 seconds in another classic confrontation as Mattituck downs Center Moriches

BACK ON THE SIDELINES
Concussion benches Center Moriches standout Albert for undetermined amount of time

MINUTE MAN
Arreola strikes twice in 60 seconds in another classic confrontation as Mattituck downs Center Moriches

OVERCOMING A DEVASTATING LOSS
Center Moriches playmaker Parlato thrives on the field after the death of his father

'SICK' AND 'UNREAL'
Williams' 35-yard free kick snaps Mattituck out of its doldrums in 4-2 win over Pierson

HERE'S WHY HE IS CALLED SUPER MARIO
Arreola comes in cold and send a hot ball to Tardif for insurance score

E COACHING COURSE
ENYYSA will host it at Monroe Woodbury H.S. in November

TEAM WORK
6 Mattituck players score, 5 assist in 6-1 win over Babylon

NATIONAL THREESOME
Met Oval places 3 players in U-14 training camp

JUST WHO WAS THAT MASKED MAN?
You can put a mask on Paul Hayes, but you can't mask his play

BOUNCING BACK
Mattituck shakes off injuries with a virtuoso performance and a memorable hat-trick from Kaan

400 WINS
MLK H.S. boys team reaches milestone, 1-0

THE BACK FOUR DOESN'T BACK DOWN
Mattituck's defense steps up without two starters in 2-1 win over Southampton

MUCH TIGHTER THIS TIME
Mattituck defeats improved Wyandanch team

BACK ON BOARD
Montoya returns as ENYYSA trustee

A GAME OF TWO HALVES
Mattituck wins on strong 1st half; Mercy encouraged by good showing in the 2nd

SAY HAYES
Catherine Hayes is putting her best foot forward as youngest member of her soccer-playing family

KEEPING IN TOUCH
Mattituck makes sure coach Litchhult was in the know

PLENTY OF EFFORT, NOT ENOUGH FINISHING
Center Moriches' O'Brien 'We we are a lot better than what we showed today'

LIVING UP TO ITS HYPE AND THEN SOME
Williams has final say with OT free kick as Mattituck edges archrival Center Moriches

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