Month: November 2017

The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is proud to announce that Katy 1895 FC (Katy, TX) has joined the league as an expansion team. The club will compete in the South Region’s Texas Conference. “We are excited to see continued growth in Texas, one of the great hotbeds of American soccer,” NPSL Chairman Joe Barone
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TORONTO – For Toronto FC’s Greg Vanney, who was named 2017 MLS Coach of the Year on Monday, the roots for this success truly grew last year. “It’s possible [I was more deserving of the award last year],” said Vanney. “Last year was more learning as we went, not just through the regular season, but
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The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is proud to announce that Laredo Heat Soccer Club (Laredo, TX) has joined the league as an expansion team. The club will compete in the South Region’s Texas Conference. “We are excited to bring a team of Laredo Heat’s caliber into the NPSL family,” NPSL Chairman Joe Barone said.
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The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is proud to announce that Greenville Football Club (Greenville, SC) has joined the league as an expansion team. The club will compete in the South Region’s Southeast Conference. “We are thrilled to see Greenville FC joining the NPSL family,” NPSL Chairman Joe Barone commented. “They are a wonderful addition
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Monday is MLS’ Contract Deadline Day, meaning that all non-playoff teams must pick up or decline their players’ contract options for the 2018 season, while out-of-contract players will also be announced. We’ll be breaking down all the biggest moves and what they mean right here, and you can check out our deadline day tracker for
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TRANSFER TRACKER STATUS: Report Recently departed New Zealand national team manager Anthony Hudson is set to take the vacant coaching position at the Colorado Rapids, according to the New Zealand Herald. The Rapids declined to comment. Hudson’s All-Whites came historically close to qualifying for the nation’s third-ever World Cup earlier this month, losing 2-0 on aggregate
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ATLANTA – “It’s not like we need to blow this thing up.” Atlanta United Technical Director Carlos Bocanegra said this at his end-of-season press conference earlier this week, and he’s right. In their inaugural season, the Five Stripes were second in the league in goals scored (70) and goal differential (+30), right behind Supporters’ Shield
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