Wednesday, July 29, 2015


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Michel Platini will run for FIFA president and plans to announce his intentions this week.
The famed striker moves to MLS after his second spell at Chelsea, where he won the league title last season.
The Union had tired legs. That wasn't apparent early, but became much clearer as the game wore on.
Jamaica represented Caribbean soccer play but fell short of Cup before 68,930 at Lincoln Financial Field.
Andre Blake didn't see the field for Jamaica, but he made it clear that he learned a lot from the experience.
John Smallwood: Loss to Panama shows U.S. has to improve as it prepares for 2018 World Cup in Russia.
The crowd was 68,930, announced as the largest to see a soccer game in Philadelphia.
After Columbus and Toronto tied 3-3, David Villa and Andrea Pirlo helped NYCFC beat Orlando 5-3.
The Union jumped out to a two-goal lead but lost, 3-2.
The Union were gassed entering Sunday’s game with D.C. United, but nobody was making an excuse.
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