Swansea Sack Bob Bradley

Swansea City are looking for their third manager of the season after Bob Bradley was dismissed only 85 days after taking over from Francesco Guidolin. Bradley’s position became untenable after the crushing 4-1 home defeat against West Ham United on Boxing Day, with the woeful performance and toxic atmosphere inside the Liberty Stadium convincing the […]

Desert Diamond Cup Offers MLS Preseason Viewing

The 4th annual FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup will include some of Major League Soccer’s biggest clubs; Seattle Sounders FC, Colorado Rapids, Sporting Kansas City, New England Revolution and Real Salt Lake. FC Tucson joins the 2015 Cup giving supporters the opportunity to watch the local host team take on MLS squads. All four of […]

Matt Pickens Takes Long Road to Colorado’s No. 1 Keeper

By Kevin Smith – Maybe it is the family he was born into (three older brothers). Maybe it’s where he grew up (Washington, Mo.). Maybe it’s the coach he played for in college (Jon Leamy at Missouri State). Maybe it is the fact he had to spend almost six years as a professional waiting for […]

Sorber’s Impact on Game Reaches Montreal

Professional coaches know when they sign up for the job, dealing with constant change is part of the gig. After retiring as a player in 2000, Mike Sorber decided to take up the coaching path and has been dealing the change ever since. The former standout won 2 state titles in high school with Aquinas-Mercy […]

Bob Bradley’s Contract Terminated

CHICAGO (July 28, 2011) via US Soccer  — U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati announced today that Bob Bradley has been relieved of his duties as the head coach of the U.S. Men’s National Team. “We want to thank Bob Bradley for his service and dedication to U.S. Soccer during the past five years,” said Gulati. […]