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Soccer: Chelsea and perhaps Barcelona to Visit Seattle.
Chelsea FC are to play Sounders FC in a big glamour friendly at Qwest on July 18th, depending on Champions League qualification.. This represents a great coup for Adrian Hanauer, Joe Roth & co.
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Soccer: EPL: The South Gate Opening for Boro Boss?
Following Tottenham’s 1-1 draw with Portsmouth on Sunday, the bottom of the EPL resembles a Tokyo subway train in rush hour, with the difference being nobody is looking for the exit.
Plus MLS: Good News for Vancouver Whitecaps MLS Bid
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Soccer: SHOW DE COLOGNE: Sounders Take a "Hans On" Approach
With the official appointment of TÚ«žen born Sigi Schmid as Sounders head coach, the Sounders FC management team is beginning to take shape, and there is a strong German influence already at the helm of the new franchise.
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Soccer: From Boy to Man, from Fan to Ultra
My passion for soccer began in 1988. I was a 6-year-old American boy living in Naples, Italy. The 1990 World Cup was coming up and sure to light up Italy and the world. But for now I was focused on what was going on locally: Diego Maradona- the best player to have ever played the modern version of football.
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Soccer: Bundesliga 2008-09: a look back at the Hinrunde
As winter falls upon us, the German Bundesliga has concluded its first half of the season and has entered into a six week break in action. 
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Soccer: The EPL – Ince not Keane to Follow Roy’s Example
As we approach the busy festive season, it’s time to take a look at the current situation in the English Premier League.
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Soccer: England v Germany – A One Way Rivalry? (Part II)
Finally, I got some sensible comment from Englishmen. Russ Coleman, a Chelsea fan living in Seattle explained that “In the past the German rivalry was pretty intense with all the war stuff.
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Soccer: England v Germany – A One Way Rivalry?
On Wednesday, England and Germany met in a friendly in Berlin with England emerging victors in a match more notable for the quality of the players not selected than those that did play.
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Soccer: Real America or Real Madrid - Does President Obama Make us a Soccer Nation at last?
Sure as I am that none of your attention ever deviates from football, some of you may have noticed another event monopolizing the world's attention last week.
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Soccer: MLS – A Glimpse into the Future?
As every human being on the planet knows, Major League Soccer is coming to Seattle. Whereas the talk around the water cooler as I write may still be more about national defence than San Jose’s defence, many people in Seattle are beginning to wonder what MLS game day in Seattle will look like.
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Soccer: Freddie Ljungberg Signs for Sounders FC
 Firstly, I apologise for being late with this article. The press conference and big announcement was Tuesday and we thought it wise to delay the article rather than write a piece about some other matter when the rest of the footballing world has been talking about this.
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Soccer: Six Months to Take Stock as Qualification Ends for 2008
The World Cup takes a break until next year and this affords us a welcome chance to look back on how everybody is faring. All the European big guns are still chasing hard but notable among the early strugglers are Portugal and France.
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Soccer: Everywhere I Turn There’s Thierry Henry and Bizarrely Enough – Icelanders
It’s Hats off to the Caps – as Vancouver are Crowned Champions
Hallo again readers. It’s been a busy weekend of World Cup action and the results are beginning to have consequences for qualification.
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Soccer: EPL – The Story so Far
Five of Seattle’s top and completely self-appointed experts in English football, including myself, were brave and perhaps foolish enough to predict the entire finishing league table before the season began.
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Soccer: Soccer in Seattle – End of an Era or Just a Chapter?
Last Sunday, Seattle Sounders played a 2nd leg match in Montreal and a 3-1 defeat meant they were eliminated from the 2008 USL play-offs.
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Soccer: All Roads Lead to Rome as Champions League Gets Underway
The journey to Rome and that prestigious Champions’ League final began in earnest this week with a variety of outcomes for the likely favorites.
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Soccer: European Giants Start on Road to Johannesburg
So the Word Cup qualifiers are underway, and France made the headlines for all the wrong reasons. A few eyebrows were raised when coach Raymond Domenech retained his job after a dismal Euro 2008.
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Soccer: Inter Milan go for 4th title in a row under new management
Defending Serie A champions Inter Milan start off the season looking to win four in a row for the first time in their history.
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Soccer: Bye Bye Bayern or More of the Same?
With the 2008-2009 Bundesliga campaign already in full force, Bayern Munich remain the favorite to repeat as champions of Germany.
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Soccer: USA Start out on the Right Path to South Africa as Europeans play Friendlies
The football leagues in Europe are either underway or getting there, but for Team USA something far bigger begun this week, their 2010 World Cup Qualification campaign. Off the mark, it has to be said that the USA hasn’t failed to qualify since 1986.
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Soccer: Seattle United FC?
Something unusual happened this week in Seattle. 90 people gathered in a pub to watch soccer. That’s not unusual in itself. A scattering of ex patriot pubs will be able to claim this feat many Saturday mornings between September and May. When the USA national side play in the World Cup numbers soar into the hundreds.
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Soccer: A New Challenger for Sir Alex but Little New Challenge for the Big Two
Another EPL season is upon us, and yet another in the long list of challengers to Sir Alex Ferguson has arrived. Luiz Felipe Scolari is known universally in the media as Big Phil. As manager of Brazil in 2002, he won the World Cup.
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Canada Holds Their Own Against the Best
Seattle played home to some of the greatest soccer players in the world last Saturday night.
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Spaniard Sergio Garcia Takes Players Championship Title
Spain’s Sergio Garcia won his first major at The Players Championship on Sunday by defeating Paul Goydos of the US in a sudden death playoff.
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All Nations Cup 2007
Two teams from the All Nations Cup remained at the top on July 29. Brazil and Russia met at Memorial Stadium with their cleats laced up and their shin guards secured; they were ready to play.
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Mexico v USA, Bosnia v Russia in the All Nations Cup Semifinals
All Nations Cup Quarterfinals ended Wednesday, July 26 with a tense Peru Bosnia overtime showdown. Although Peru pushed Bosnia to the limit they could not prevent Bosnia from scoring five minutes before the second overtime whistle, resulting in a 3-2 Bosnia victory bringing Bosnian fans to elation.
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All Nations Cup: Eight teams move on
With the All Nations Cup Championship in their sight, eight teams have moved past the Round of 16 and are now preparing for this week’s Quarterfinals and Semifinal games, which will be held at Tukwila’s Starfire Sports Complex.

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16 teams move on to the next round of All Nations Cup 2006
At Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila, 37 of Seattle’s international communities faced off this weekend for their chance to represent their home countries in the Round of 16, the next step on their way to the All Nations Cup Championship.
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Muckleshoot tribe welcomes the globe to All Nations Cup grounds
The wait for Seattle area soccer fans is almost over, in a short time the 4th annual All Nations Cup will begin with an Opening Ceremony hosted by the Muckleshoot Tribe.
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All Nations Cup 2006 kicks off in July
With the FIFA World Cup going on in Germany, Sister Communities has announced the Qualifiers Fixture Schedule for Seattle based, All Nations Cup 2006.
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