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by ANDY SCHREUR
December 24, 2012

Malaga CF
A financial crises has hit the Spanish club
Oguchi Onyewu's Málaga have been banned from European Club competitions for one year by UEFA on Friday.

The ban will go into place next season and does not effect Málaga ‘s current Champions League run, which next sees them face off against FC Porto in the round of 16.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
December 18, 2012

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After strong 2013, Zusi could be the leader of the January camp
Yesterday it was announced that US national team will face Canada in January but who will be on the team?

The annual January camp has been a productive tool for the US national team over the last decade and the 2012 version was one of the most successful.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
December 12, 2012

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Jones has been suspended again but will appeal
Schalke midfielder Jermaine Jones has been suspended for four games for a recent red card against Stuttgart.

The red card happened in the second half of Schalke's 3-1 loss to Stuttgart on Saturday. For Jones it was his first ever straight red card but the severity of the penalty is due to his reputation as a repeat offender.
by JAMIE HILL
December 10, 2012

AP Photo - Mark Humphrey
If the Olympics were this year, who would be on the team?
In the hope of glimpsing a sign of a brighter future, U.S. soccer fans have long devoted extensive time and attention to youth national teams.

Of these squads laden with the unknown and the unproven, none are higher-profile than the under-23 Olympic team. It's no surprise. The U-23 team is playing to compete in an extremely well-known international competition and its roster is usually populated with a handful of players who have already broken into the full national team, with several more serious prospects besides.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
December 3, 2012

Wolfgang Hoppenstein
Gyau is one of the highlights of the 2011 U20 team
Nearly 20 months ago, the 2011 US U-20 team disappointed in a failed attempt to qualify for the World Cup but the players are continuing to progress well.

The COCNCACAF U-20 World Cup qualifying tournament is designed to leave little room for error as once a team advances past group play, they face a must win situation in a winner take all quarterfinal. Essentially one game will determine a team's qualifying fate.
by KENYA BROWN
November 27, 2012

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Cory Gibbs has retired from soccer after 12 years
Former USMNT defender Cory Gibbs announced his retirement on Monday after an 12-year injury-plagued playing career.

The former Brown University Brown Bear is remembered for his playing time in Europe which started with FC St. Pauli in the German Bundesliga in 2001. In his first season with the team, Gibbs made history when he became the youngest American to score a goal in Germany's top league against FC Cologne. After successive relegations, the Florida native returned to the US where he played with the FC Dallas for a season.
by BRIAN SCIARETTA
November 23, 2012

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Jose Torres has found a new club
US national team midfielder Jose Torres has played his last game for Pachuca and will now suit up for Tigres.

Pachuca announced the transfer on Friday on their official website.
by NICK LEYDEN
November 19, 2012

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Taylor could see more minutes soon
While playing time has been scarce this season, Tony Taylor took advantage of a midweek scrimmage to try to force his way with a hat trick against Benfica "B".

Newly promoted Estoril sit in sixth place after nine league games largely thanks to an impressive offense that has produced 15 goals. In fact, only the league's top three teams, Porto, Benfica and Braga, have eclipsed Estoril's scoring mark.
by BRENDAN WIMBERLY
November 14, 2012

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Josh Gatt had a good, albeit nervous, USA debut
Brendan ranks the US troops after the Americans eked out a draw on the match's final kick.

Jurgen Klinsmann took an experimental roster to face Fabio Capello's high flying Russians, and fittingly, the hosts were the real aggressors throughout the match.
by MATHEW WAGNER
November 13, 2012

Frode Johansen
Clark and Honefoss now face a must win game
After almost single-handedly keeping Hřnefoss alive for much of the season, Steve Clark might have a hand in relegating his team.

The Norges Fotballforbund (NFF) ruled last Friday to deduct one point from Hřnefoss in the 2012 standings and levied an $8,670 fine against the team for fielding Clark in 12 matches illegally.
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