October 11, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

In a truly dominant fashion, the USWNT swept through Group Play in these games that will determine what nations will go on to represent our region at the World Cup, one team will have a play in with Argentina. Group A was decimated by the USA last night as it rained water and goals with both Alex Morgan and Rose Lavelle netted braces, Horn, Dunn (of RVC) and Heath also tallied, the frame of the TNT net may still be shaking from all the times the US pinged it. Next game is Sunday 7p.m.

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October 11, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

As part of their initiative to create 50 mini-soccer pitches in 5 years, NYCFC is unveiling the plans and some pitches. Present will be amongst others, David Villa, Sean Johnson, Alex Ring, team execs. Claudio Reyna and outgoing Pres. Jon Patricof, representatives from the Mayor's Fund to Advance NYC, U.S. Soccer Foundation, adidas, from Men in Blazers, Roger Bennett and others. The grand event with this will take place in the Bronx at a site utilized by 4 schools.

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October 10, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Let me open with, I am hot happy that Long Islander Allie Long is not there, this is NOT homerism, she is playing well in the NWSL and doing so in the top league in the world merits her being here, ok enough of that.

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October 10, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

This, the largest community for Soccer coaches in the world has been around since 1941 and each year has their annual convention, 2019 will see it in Chicago. What they have done is established 7 key areas and this "Commitment to Culture" was put together by coaches, for coaches developing a culture promoting the best of soccer and change it from not soley what occurs on the field but to extend it to the lives of players, coaches, administrators, referees, families and friends alike. This is a  promise to develop a different optomistic culture here in the states.

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October 9, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Jill Ellis has been a bit of a lightning rod for the team, variioius lineups in games that are not so important allowing her to get a look at different things and players in different positions, Crystal Dunn a defender, YES. In Aug of 2015 she was rewarded for her successes with a multi year deal, then became just the 3rd U.S. Coach, joining the late great Tony DiCicco and his '99ers & legend Anson Dorrance in 1991,  and first female to head a FIFA World Cup winning side.

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