Monday, August 3, 2015

Notebook: Turf talk heats up again

Monday, June 8, 2015, 1:05 AM
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - My main story for Monday's editions of the Inquirer and Daily News is about the U.S. team having to deal with another uproar around Hope Solo. Here are a few other tidbits from around the Women's World Cup: Artificial turf becomes a talking point again By now, everyone involved... Read more

Women's World Cup Journal: A Forks in the road

Sunday, June 7, 2015, 5:50 PM
Throughout my travels at the the Women's World Cup, I'll be chronicling the color and atmosphere of the tournament on the blog and in the pages of the Inquirer. For more photos, videos and anecdotes, follow me on Twitter (@thegoalkeeper) and Snapchat (jtannenwald). WINNIPEG, Manitoba - With the U... Read more

Women's World Cup Journal: American fans invade Winnipeg

Saturday, June 6, 2015, 9:09 PM
Throughout my travels at the the Women's World Cup, I'll be chronicling the color and atmosphere of the tournament on the blog and in the pages of the Inquirer. For more photos, videos and anecdotes, follow me on Twitter (@thegoalkeeper) and Snapchat (jtannenwald). WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Many... Read more

Games to Watch: U.S. national teams, UEFA Champions League final, MLS

Friday, June 5, 2015, 7:43 AM
This intentionally does not include the Women's World Cup. You can get everything you need to know about the tournament in our special section. The TV schedule is here. Also, Games to Watch will be on hiatus during the World Cup. It will return in early July to set the stage for the CONCACAF Gold... Read more

MLS Wrap: D.C. rallies past Chicago, Montréal routs Vancouver

Thursday, June 4, 2015, 5:31 PM
Yes, it's early Thursday evening as I write this post about games that were played Wednesday night. Better late than never. D.C. United 3, Chicago Fire 1 D.C. United: Jairo Arrieta 61', Jairo Arrieta 69', Conor Doyle 75' Chicago Fire: David Accam 28' Montréal Impact 2, Vancouver Whitecaps... Read more

The most-watched soccer games in U.S. TV history

Tuesday, July 7, 2015, 7:34 AM
Updated after the Women's World Cup. The United States-Japan final drew the largest television audience for soccer in American history, attracting a combined total of 26.67 million viewers on Fox and Telemundo. It was not, however, the most-watched soccer game in American history. There is a key... Read more

2015-15 CONCACAF Champions League group stage draw

Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 2:21 PM
No, this is not the most important thing at the moment, but I figured it's worth sticking up here anyway. The group stage draw for the 2015-16 CONCACAF Champions League threw together some fascinating matchups, including a MLS pairing that should draw a lot of attention. Here's the list: Group A:... Read more

Full text: FIFA president Sepp Blatter statement on resignation

Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 1:11 PM
Here is the official statement from FIFA president Sepp Blatter announcing his resignation. If you watched Blatter's remarks on TV, you saw Blatter speak in French. This is FIFA's translation to English of those remarks. Blatter's speech was followed by a statement from Domenico Scala, the independent... Read more

How far will the U.S. advance at the World Cup?

Monday, June 1, 2015, 11:00 AM
On Monday morning, I spent a few minutes chatting with CineSport's Noah Coslov about the Women's World Cup. He asked me to stick my neck out and predict how far the United States will go in the tournament. So I did. Read more

MLS Wrap: Seattle wins late, New England and L.A. tie

Sunday, May 31, 2015, 10:16 PM
Sunday night's national TV twinbill lived up to the hype - and those weren't the only dramatic games this weekend. Here are all the highlights. Sporting Kansas City 4, FC Dallas 0 Sporting Kansas City: Krisztián Németh 19', Benny Feilhaber 51', Kevn Ellis 57', Graham Zusi 64' Toronto... Read more
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