The US were predicted by many to get out of Group C … Long ago seem the days of David Vanole, who was a key figure in getting the US to the World Cup back in 1990. This Vanole story is one of the best American soccer features of the year.
Despite a week of turmoil in England camp, John Terry will feature for the English against Slovenia.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp gives an interesting take on Wayne Rooney’s play at the World Cup and criticizes Fabio Capello's tactics.
France’s World Cup may be over, but the drama continues. Shamed captain Patrice Evra speaks out against Raymond Domenech and reveals what the players will do with their World Cup bonus money.
Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse for France, it always does. Even after the final whistle on Tuesday when Domenech refused to shake hands with his South African counterpart.
The media reaction from France sums it up best.
Back in the United States, Tuesday’s round of U.S. Open Cup matches gifted fans a succulent third-round match between two Northwest rivals next week.
And the rumors of the LA Galaxy chasing after Ronaldinho are all over the Italian press.
While a star like Ronaldinho would draw many fans to MLS stadiums around the country, the new FC Dallas president says his formula for filling Pizza Hut Park is really quite simple.
MLS league action is right around the corner with Real Salt Lake hosting the San Jose Earthquakes in a little more than 48 hours.
The Philadelphia Union are prepping for the weekend with an exhibition on Wednesday night.
They don’t have an MLS team but fans in South Florida have transformed Miami into the top TV market for the World Cup.
Lastly, another World Cup controversy – this one emerging from an unlikely place: a restaurant located in Phoenix.