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Whiney Limey: Watch the Skies, and the Zombie Idea Returns

Whiney Limey: Watch the Skies, and the Zombie Idea Returns

Tweet Guy Bailey  Editor’s Note: Guy Bailey writes columns for The Yanks Are Coming throughout the Barclay’s Premier League season. In those columns, he’ll discuss  the happenings overseas in the world’s most popular sports league, as well as The Championship, where many Americans ply their trade. Guy offers a unique perspective on the league as a Brit who lived for a […]

International Breaks, FIFA, and the MLS Playoffs

International Breaks, FIFA, and the MLS Playoffs

Tweet Andrew Marcinko Alright FIFA, who do we have to bribe to get some more conveniently scheduled international breaks around here? Ok, I’ll admit, I’m still a little sour about the Qatar thing. I’m teetering between ‘Anger’ and ‘Bargaining’ on the five stages of grief. I’m told ‘Depression’ is up next, which can only mean […]

TYAC's MLS 24 Under 24 Ballot

TYAC’s MLS 24 Under 24 Ballot

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Last year, in an effort spearheaded by The Shin Guardian, we, along with writers like Charles Boehm, released a MLS “24 Under 24″ ballot ranking the 24 best players under 24 in Major League Soccer and explaining our rankings. We included commentary from a MLS assistant coach, as well as a MLS […]

Why Pep Guardiola Wouldn't Be Too Surprised By His Bad Night In Portland If He Was A TYAC Reader

Why Pep Guardiola Wouldn’t Be Too Surprised By His Bad Night In Portland If He Was A TYAC Reader

Tweet Jon Levy 1. We say it all the time, the MLS is a fast and physical league, that’s probably its biggest single strength right now. Y’know what fast and physical means sometimes? Collisions. In games, in practices, and even in All-Star Games. Collisions sometimes so violent that they cause national team teammates to go […]

Strange Bedfellows: The Barclay's Premier League, MLS and the SEC

Strange Bedfellows: The Barclay’s Premier League, MLS and the SEC

Tweet Editor’s Note: Part I in a two-part Series focusing on soccer and the SEC, the premier conference in college football Neil W. Blackmon With the World Cup withdrawals wearing off a bit, soccer fans have turned their eyes back to the club level, whether it be  the tremendous years in both MLS and the […]

Atlanta and MLS...Yes, Please

Atlanta and MLS…Yes, Please

Tweet 68 days until USA vs. Ghana…are you ready? Midweek musings for your soccer Wednesday, with more Champions League on the afternoon menu. It is going to be difficult to top yesterday’s drama. Somewhere in London, there are still Chelsea fans singing songs in a dogpile about Demba Ba. Is it Atletico Madrid’s turn to […]

69 Days Till Natal: Tuesday Thoughts

69 Days Till Natal: Tuesday Thoughts

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Greetings. We’re under 70 days until the US tries to exorcise two World Cups worth of demons against Ghana and get group play in Brazil off to a roaring start. If you’re anything like me, the sense of anticipation grows more palpable by the day. Here’s a few thoughts to jumpstart […]

70 Days Until USA vs. Ghana: Monday Musings

70 Days Until USA vs. Ghana: Monday Musings

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon A break for Final Four weekend and it ends up being a short and sad one for your author, whose Florida Gators fell to Connecticut 63-53 in the national semifinals. Still, an incredible season for my alma mater: 36 wins, a Final Four, a conference regular season and tournament championship, the […]

Klinsmann Releases Roster for Scotland, Austria Friendlies

Klinsmann Releases Roster for Scotland, Austria Friendlies

Tweet Daniel Seco Jurgen Klinsmann has released the 23 man roster for the US Men’s National Team friendlies against Scotland and Austria, November 15th and November 19th respectively.  As expected by our own Neil W. Blackmon, Klinsmann’s promise to call in players who were still competing in the MLS playoffs turned out to be a […]

Unblemished: US Women Handle Brazil in Orlando to Cap Unbeaten 2013

Unblemished: US Women Handle Brazil in Orlando to Cap Unbeaten 2013

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon ORLANDO, FL– As high as the standard of excellence is for the US Women’s National Team, undefeated years don’t come along that often. The last year the American women completed without defeat was 2006. Until Sunday. Less than two weeks after winning a vote to get a soccer-specific stadium in Orlando, […]

MLS (Wisely) Headed to Orlando, But South Still Waiting...

MLS (Wisely) Headed to Orlando, But South Still Waiting…

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Yesterday was  a great day for soccer fans in the state of Florida, with the approval of a 94.5 million dollar venues package by the City of Orlando that includes 20 million in tourist taxes to help build an 81 million dollar soccer-specific stadium for Orlando City SC that will, based […]

As New York Cosmos Return, So Does North America's Greatest Club Rivalry

As New York Cosmos Return, So Does North America’s Greatest Club Rivalry

Tweet Neil W. Blackmon Before there was the Cascadia Cup, the Texas Derby, DC United and the New York Red Bulls and the SuperClasico; before Real Madrid and Barca were truly global, not just European, brands, yes, well before there was Major League Soccer, there was the New York Cosmos and the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. […]

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