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After Theater in Brazil, Soccer’s Calloused Cousin Takes the Stage

Posted: September 30, 2014 at 11:45 pm   /   Development, The Buzz

Another interesting piece by William Rhoden……….. NFL training camps open this week. With that summer ritual, the eagerly awaited heathen season is upon us. N.F.L. football is back. For casual soccer fans, the World Cup was an intriguing spaceholder. Great theater. In fact, soccer offers much better theater than the N.F.L. Broadway on the pitch. […]

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Soccer in the Hood

Posted: October 2, 2013 at 2:30 pm   /   UrbanStreetSoccer

A great article I found in the Vault…  Still relevant…  by Mark W. Wright ____________________________________ Pretty boy David Beckham recently told CBS’ 60 Minutes that he’s “passionate about the fact [soccer] can grow [in American] and the potential is huge here.” But he cautioned his interviewer, adding, “Things aren’t going to turn around and get […]

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For Soccer to Flourish in the U.S., Its Doors Must Open

Posted: August 1, 2013 at 10:10 am   /   Race, UrbanStreetSoccer

Great article by William C. Rhoden…….. In the aftermath of a strong performance by the national team in the Confederations Cup, U.S. Soccer officials are confident that the sport’s time has arrived here. They are excited about the prospect of bringing young Hispanic and African-Americans into the mainstream. But any discussion about the future of […]

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Posted: July 17, 2013 at 5:53 pm   /   The Buzz

The Chelsea Football Club Foundation and FC Harlem today (Wednesday) announced a partnership to develop community initiatives for young people in New York.

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