Did 36-year-old David Beckham score the finest goal of his long career on Saturday night during the L.A. Galaxy's 4-1 win over Sporting Kansas City?
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Galaxy fans have had it with their sporadically interested midfielder. But the thing to remember about Beckham is that he has demonstrated so many times an uncanny knack for the comeback.
Criticizing David Beckham is a matter fraught with peril. Even when Beckham and his camp aren't seeing reality.
Landon Donovan's heroics in the 2010 FIFA World Cup have earned the midfielder some new fans. In his first Major League Soccer match since Team USA lo...
The numbers are in on the World Cup, and it appears 40 billion Americans are watching on ESPN, another 40 billion are watching on Univision, and another 120 billion are watching online.
Though African teams -- Ghana notwithstanding -- fared poorly in this year's Cup, the excitement and quality of play they brought to the field foretells a bright future for African soccer.
If Major League Soccer needed a reminder that it's not quite ready to play with the big boys of Europe, then it got one during the DC United -- Philad...
A shiny new $200 million stadium is hardly the answer to the woes of a sport struggling to gain a foothold in the U.S. sports market.
This US World Cup team, in stark contrast to past US squads, relies almost exclusively on players based abroad.
It has a chance again in North American, this soccer thing. Last week, Major league Soccer and its Union again did what few other sports have been able to do, settle discussions without a work stoppage.
College soccer is to American soccer what newspapers are to today's media. Fewer people are paying attention to it, top talent is being drained, and critics are lined up to shovel on the dirt.
Can an institute of higher learning like MIT find a way to create that Davos-like event for the sports industry on a global basis?
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