Today's soccer News
Tiffany Sahaydak On The USWNT Stars Taking Over In The World Cup US World Cup Gold medal winner and UCF Women’s Soccer coach Tiffany Sahaydak joined Mike & Jerry to talk the USWNT’s win over Australia Monday. In Monday
Kaka, Brek Shea Representing Orlando City SC In All-Star Race Ricardo Kaka and Brek Shea are currently in the running for MLS All-Star spots in their respective positions as of the first vote count last week. All-Star players are
Even though it was just a friendly, USA learned a lot about their own squad in their first ever victory against Netherlands on Friday afternoon. Jurgen Klinsman made some good and some bad substitions in the second half of
The United Sports Justice Department's on going probe of FIFA activities should be sending a message to all politicians and sports owners.
US & Canadian National Teams Adding Orlando City Players To Rosters For June Orlando City Soccer will be losing midfielder Brek Shea and forward Cyle Larin for parts of June after the US and Canadian National Teams called the
City officials in Chester, Pennsylvania are again complaining that there are not getting back enough of a payment for their investment
Kyle Bonn On FIFA Corruption & The Organization’s Careless Culture Kyle Bonn of NBC Sports was with Mike and Jerry today to talk about FIFA corruption & what’s next for the world’s most popular sport and it’s governing body.
It probably isn't very much of a stretch to say that things will never be the same for the governing body of international football or soccer
Lena Petermann, who played one season for UCF’s Women’s Soccer team in 2013, will suit up for her native Germany in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, according to a release from UCF. Petermann won the American Athletic Conference Rookie
On Wednesday, the North American Soccer League announced that the city of Miami will receive an expansion team. The new team will be co-owned by Brazilian media mogul Ricardo Silva and Italian soccer legend Paolo Maldini. Antonio Barreto will be the chief