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SOME RETIRING THOUGHTS
Revs' Joseph mulls hanging them up
Shalrie Joseph: "I'm going to have to take look in the mirror after the year and what's next and if I can continue."
Shalrie Joseph: "I'm going to have to take look in the mirror after the year and what's next and if I can continue."
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The end is near for Shalrie Joseph. He just doesn't know if it will be this season or next. The veteran New England Revolution defensive midfielder is contemplating retirement from the game he loves. Complete story
MOVING DOWN
USA men drop to 28th in FIFA rankings
Jurgen Klinsmann has paid for some shoddy results in the FIFA rankings. These aren't the best of times for the United States men's national team in the most recent FIFA rankings. Off several disappointing and underachieving results, the Americans dropped five spots to 28th spot in the latest rankings. Complete story

THE JONES EFFECT
DP Jermaine Jones makes Revolution a better team -- and they know it
Jermaine Jones has emerged as a leader for the Revolution, both onfield and off.
There is little doubt that Jermaine Jones was the last piece of the puzzle for the New England Revolution. Just ask his teammates. The Revs host the Red Bulls in the second leg of their conference final Saturday. Complete story
Cosmos in the World Cup COSMOS IN THE WORLD CUP
27 have been on the sportís 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
No excuse for BWP not knowing about yellow peril and none for Chapman's yellow-card giveaway
There was no excuse for Bradley Wright-Phillips not knowing about his yellow peril or for referee Allen Chapman's officiating and his yellow card extravaganza Sunday.
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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
So, what are you thankful for?
Soccer fans from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, the United States and the world, BigAppleAppleSoccer.com has a question for you: Just what are you thankful for in 2014?
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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

Cosmopoliran Soccer League
STATE FINAL BOUND
CSL Report: Pancyprian Freedoms edge rival Greek Americans in Open Cup, to play Lansdowne Bhoys for title

German ace Yannick Reyering scored twice on Tuesday night as Pancyprian Freedoms edged Cosmopolitan Soccer League rivals New York Greek Americans, 2-1, in the USASA Open Cup at St. Johnís University.

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THE BIG DECISION
Ilgin wants to turn pro, is invited to high school All-American game

THEY'RE ALL-AMERICAN BOYS, GIRLS
11 area players on NSCAA youth teams

SOME RETIRING THOUGHTS
Litchhult steps down as Mattituck coach two days after Tuckers win Class B boys state title

YES THEY KAAN!
Ilgin strikes twice, Williams once as Mattituck boys secure Class B title

FIRST FAMILY OF MATTITUCK SOCCER
Hayes family has stocked talented Tuckers soccer teams with seven players over the years

IN THE HIGHEST REGARD
Teammates hold Paul Hayes with the highest respect

SOME DYNAMIC DUO
Hayes brothers share a unique bond on and off the field for Mattituck

PLAYING WITH A PURPOSE
Mattituck registers emphatic 6-0 win in state semifinals to reach final

UNSUNG HEROES
Like many teams, Mattituck has one special supporting cast

IT'S TIME TO PLAY ON
Arreola, Ilgin get their knocks and kicks as Mattituck defeats Rye Neck in Southeast Regional

PANTHERS ON THE PROWL
Rye Neck defy the experts, reach Southeast B Regional

2 BRACES BY A YOUNG MAN WITH BRACES
Galeano powers Rye Neck into Southeast Regional

CORAM BOUND
Rye Neck tops Highland in Class B boys regional

THE KAAN GAME
Motivated Ilgin turns yellow card anger into two goals, leading Mattituck to LI Class B crown

ONE MORE TIME
Mattituck to tussle with archrival Center Moriches for Suffolk County Class B boys title again

THE COMEBACK KID
Albert, already recuperated from a back injury, returns from concussion, helps Moriches to playoff win

RESPECT FOR HIS FOES
Center Moriches' O'Brien: If you don't come to play in Class B tournament, you will pay

COLLEGE PLAYER COMBINE
CJSL, BAYSL partner to host event on Nov. 15

NEW STATE CUP CHAIRPERSON
Scafuri replaces Rodriguez at ENYYSA

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

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