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Freddy Adu – From football’s hottest prospect to sadly unemployed.

If you were a keen fan of Football Manager in the noughties you would have inevitably googled ‘Best Football Manager Wonderkids’ – and top of that list around 2005, more often than not, would have been a young American teenager called Freddy Adu, once tipped for success now he is desperate to sign a club after being rejected by several, ... Read More »

MLS Conference Finals First Leg Preview

Major League Soccer’s dramatic conclusion nears ever closer, with just four games left to play. Before the grand final where East meets West: the two conferences must determine their representative for the game. Who’s going to be the champion of their respective conference – and play for the ultimate prize in North American football? Read More »

What’s behind the juxtaposition of Canadian football?

Look at the MLS conference finals, there’s never been a better time for Canadian football, right? Two of three Canadian teams are involved, and the structure of the post-season ensures at least one of the teams will be in the grand final. Yet the Canadian national football team are already eliminated from contention of playing in the next World Cup… ... Read More »

Major League Soccer – Playoff Preview

The MLS regular season is over, but in typical American sports fashion – there’s a dramatic post-season to conclude the league and overall winner. The best teams at this point have already qualified for the latter rounds, but these eight teams have one final chance to make a success of their seasons. The first wave of matches is a one ... Read More »

Is a fresh face about to solve the US Mens’ National Team identity crisis?

So, Bill Goldberg is apparently coming out of retirement to stage a rematch with Brock Lesnar. If you follow the WWE, you’ll know they’ve been bringing back retired stars quite a bit over the last few years. If they’re too old to wrestle, like Rick Flair or Roddy Piper, they get beaten up by some young star (or stars) during an interview. ... Read More »

Didier Drogba refused to play for Montreal Impact

Didier Drogba could face repercussions after refusing to play for Montreal Impact in their latest game. Drogba was chosen to start on the bench, but sensationally, the striker made himself unavailable for selection: Is Drogba’s career now at an end? Read More »

Five MLS players that could make it in European football

The MLS is known for its star power; as it has a tendency to sign former world class players prior to their retirement. Although below the stardom sits an undercurrent of players which given their chance could feasibly make a name for themselves within European football. Read More »

Arsenal rise up to comfortably see off Chivas.

Arsenal arrived at the StubHub center in Los Angeles packed with 24,000 fans, looking to continue their unbeaten pre-season form. The welcomed inclusion of Santi Cazorla placed a smile on Arsenal faces, the little Spaniard was given the honour of captaining the side. Wenger made several changes from the side that beat the MLS All-Stars team on Friday, in came ... Read More »

MLS All-Stars vs Arsenal Match Analysis.

Arsenal clinched a much-needed pre-season win against a star-studded MLS All-Stars team. Drogba inevitably came back to haunt Arsenal again but a Joel Campbell penalty and an 87th-minute winner from Chuba Akpom left the honours in the favour of Arsenal. The young Nigerian forward came on late as a substitute and spoilt the party for the MLS All-Stars, stabbing in ... Read More »

Arsenal vs. MLS All-Stars Preview

Come the early hours of Friday morning, die-hard Gooners will be staying up late to catch a glimpse of their team in pre-season. Their second official friendly this year takes place in San Jose, California as they face the 2016 MLS All-Stars. Every year Major League Soccer organises its All-Star game where it pits its best domestic based talent against ... Read More »

New York City plans beginning to take shape

New York City FC, the MLS outfit owned by Premier League giants Manchester City was formed three years ago with vast publicity and media coverage. Of course, everyone saw this as a club who would share the vast wealth of Sheikh Mansour from day one, and now, they are beginning to flex their muscles on the pitch in their quest ... Read More »

Has the MLS hit the jackpot?

With our domestic season beginning to enter its business end, our friends on the other side of the pond are just getting started with theirs, with the first games of the  new MLS (Major League Soccer) season having just been played at the weekend. The MLS, up until now, has been an untapped market by broadcasters in the UK, with ... Read More »

Brooks not Beckham could be the key to ignite the MLS

FIFA’s desire to impose the beautiful game upon our cousins across the pond has been high on their agenda for some considerable time now. From Pele playing in New York to adapting rules to suite an American audience (no games finishing as a draw and penalties that were taken by dribbling the ball from around 20 yards before shooting, ice ... Read More »

How To Play Football And Go To University in the USA

It’s Round And It’s White are delighted to welcome a new writer to the site, Lee Hitchen, who lives in the USA and will be providing the site with the lowdown on “soccer” in America. If you’re a young footballer looking at opportunities abroad, his columns will certainly be worth reading. Read More »

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