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Charles Cuttone

April 13, 2014
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Cosmos opening day still holds promise of years ago

Opening day in soccer doesn’t have the same romance in soccer as it does in baseball. Although with the seasons in the United States taking place along roughly the same calendar, some of the clichés that are often applied for baseball, a new beginning, the spring, renewal of the ancient rites of spring could all apply.


November 17, 2013
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MLS expansion: too much of a good thing?

Major League Soccer is expected to announce its 21st club next week, granting Orlando City SC a franchise to begin play in the league in 2015.


November 7, 2013
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Soccer Bowl trophy brings back memories

ATLANTA—I got my glimpse of the NASL’s Soccer Bowl trophy today. It’s a nice-looking piece of hardware that either the New York Cosmos or Atlanta Silverbacks will lift on Saturday.


September 18, 2013
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HBO Sports could use a soccer primer

So, HBO’s Real Sports has finally discovered soccer. After doing a one-sided hatchet job on Chivas USA a few weeks ago, the cable TV magazine show aired a downright positive piece on Seattle Sounders FC Tuesday night. Sort of.


August 11, 2013
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From Gold Cup win to Dempsey return, big two weeks in American soccer

U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati is fond of saying soccer’s progress in this country is evolutionary, not revolutionary, meaning there is not a single event that provides a seminal moment pointing to the sport’s success. That may be true, but the last two weeks have been an extraordinary time for the game in America.


July 20, 2013
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Woosnam deserves the thanks of the game

Every soccer match in this country this weekend should have a moment of silence for Phil Woosnam, the Commissioner of the North American Soccer League, who passed away Friday at age 80.


May 27, 2013
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14 is not 42

Robbie Rogers did a courageous thing by coming out, and then un-retiring, becoming on Sunday night the first openly gay male athlete to play in a game for a major professional sports team in the United States.


May 25, 2013
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Going for gold

It appears that a Golden Age is approaching that should make New York one of the great soccer cities in the world.


March 16, 2013
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A tale of two cities, two stadiums and four teams

The opening of this Major League Soccer season and Rivalry Weekend has brought about an interesting challenge—catching two games involving four teams that are covered by Soccer News Net sites.


March 10, 2013
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Do-over voting is wrong call for the Hall of Fame

The other day, for the second time in a little over a month, I received a ballot from the National Soccer Hall of Fame.


January 20, 2013
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Michelle Akers: Simply the best

Every sport has its legends -- Babe Ruth, Jim Thorpe, Gordie Howe, Jesse Owens, Arnold Palmer, Richard Petty, Billie Jean King. Names that resonate even with non-sports fans. Even though she does not think so, Michelle Akers belongs on that list.


December 6, 2012
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Greatest American team ever? Not the Galaxy

Following the Los Angeles Galaxy’s 3-1 win over the Houston Dynamo to capture their second straight MLS Cup on Saturday, former Galaxy player and current team executive Chris Klein proclaimed the team the greatest in American soccer history.


December 2, 2012
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A fitting exit for David Beckham

David Beckham left Major League Soccer on Saturday as he entered it – amid happy, celebratory chaos, his welcoming press conference and final hoisting of the MLS Cup trophy bookending a sometimes rocky road through the still-developing landscape of American soccer.


November 22, 2012
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Is “sustainability” enough for new women’s league?

No question women’s soccer fans today are thankful that there will be a third attempt at a professional league, as announced by U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati.


October 16, 2012
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Home at last

KANSAS CITY,Kan.---For as long as the United States has been playing World Cup qualifiers, it has been looking for someplace where it would truly have a home field advantage.


August 11, 2012
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What’s the point? Too many meaningless games

PHILADELPHIA---Now that the travelling road show that is the “Summer of Soccer” has packed up its tent and headed home to play games that count, I say good riddance.


August 6, 2012
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A true classic

In the short history of women's soccer at the world level, there have been a handful of epic games and epic performances. Monday’s Olympic semifinal match between the United States and Canada was one of the best.


July 29, 2012
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All for one?

Hope Solo is probably the best women’s goalkeeper in the world. But there is something Solo is even better at than stopping opponents’ shots---stirring up controversy.


July 26, 2012
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Cutting through the clutter

If you’re a soccer fan, these days you can be gorging yourself on a veritable buffet of soccer. I’m not just talking the 24/7 variety available on cable TV.


July 8, 2012
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Zakuani and Mullan give us one of those moments

On Saturday night, Steve Zakuani and Brian Mullan gave us one of those moment s sports are supposed to be about.


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