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Montreal routs D.C., to face Red Bulls Sunday; Eastern Conference semis: New York vs. Canadian clubs
Bradley Wright-Phillips and his Red Bulls teammates will take on the Montreal Impact in the MLS Eastern Conference semifinals, starting Sunday.
Bradley Wright-Phillips and his Red Bulls teammates will take on the Montreal Impact in the MLS Eastern Conference semifinals, starting Sunday.
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Even before the two Eastern Conference semifinal series kick off Sunday, they will be defined, defined as New York vs. Eastern Canada. Toronto FC will host New York City FC at BMO Field Sunday. On Thursday night, the Montreal Impact booked a spot in the other conference semis by besting D.C. United, 4-2, at RFK Stadium. The Impact will welcome the Red Bulls at Saputo Stadium in Montreal Sunday. Complete story
Red Bulls at 3 p.m., NYC FC at 7 p.m.
Well, metropolitan area soccer fans, you know when you have to be in front of your television for the MLS Cup playoffs Sunday. Complete story

Reports: ex-Rider Cabrera to coach Dynamo
Wilmer Cabrera will have an opportunity to coach his second MLS team in the Houston Dynamo. Former Long Island Rough Rider and Colombian international Wilmer Cabrera will be unveiled as the new coach of the Houston Dynamo Friday, according to several reports.
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Michael Lewis
Remembering the great Carlos Alberto
Just about every soccer fan probably has seen the goal on video, DVD or the internet. While overlapping on the right wing, Brazilian fullback and captain Carlos Alberto fires home a long-range shot for an emphatic goal to put an exclamation point on the 1970 World Cup in a 4-1 triumph over Italy in the final in Mexico City.

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Charles Cuttone
With a voice, WNT players can do greater good
On Saturday, the WNBA rescinded a fine it had issued to several teams and players because the players used pregame warm-up gear to promote social causes. It wasn't that the league objected to the players taking a social stance, hence the rescinding of the fine. The players in question wore shirts that said #BlackLivesMatter and #Dallas5. Thatís not exactly a soccer story. But it is relevant.
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My Two Cents
How would you solve the Red Bulls' inability to close out games?
How would you solve the Red Bulls' failure to close out games in which they have a two-goal advantage?
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. . . the right soccer camp for your children

Trying to find the right soccer camp for your child can entail a lot of hard work. But if you ask the right questions and do the correct research, your son or daughter will definitely enjoy a week or two of their summer vacation and have a pleasant educational experience as well.

Cosmopoliran Soccer League
CSL Report: Cedar Stars Academy pummels depleted Pancyprian Freedoms, 6-0

So far this fall, Cedar Stars Academy has blown hot and cold. Struggling one week and shining the next. Oliver Papranikuís crew was red-hot last Sunday, stunning depleted Pancyprian Freedoms, 6-0, in a Cosmopolitan Soccer League First Division match on Randalls Island Sunday.

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