Archive for January, 2011

Perlaza waits for work permit; Arias linked
Daily news roundups / Featured

Perlaza waits for work permit; Arias linked

A report out of Colombia says rumored Union target Jorge Perlaza is waiting for a work permit to come to MLS as another Colombian Player is linked to the Union. As unrest continues in Egypt, doubts grow over whether the February 9 USMNT friendly in Cairo will take place. Supporters groups in Egypt the unrecognized organizational heroes of the ongoing resistance to the government, more news.

Was that really so shocking?
Featured / Union

Was that really so shocking?

Was the waiving of Brad Knighton really so very shocking?

GQ UK: SoB are poseurs, more news
Daily news roundups / Featured

GQ UK: SoB are poseurs, more news

GQ UK features Sons of Ben as a bunch of poseurs. Mondragon already leading. Timbers to paint the plane. Video proves women do know the offside rule. Your Footy on the Telly listings and more morning news.

SoBs in GQ UK, more news
Daily news roundups

SoBs in GQ UK, more news

Sons of Ben in GQ UK. Unnamed trialist speculation roundup. Donovan antsy, De Rosario petulant, Cunningham homesick. Four percent of Americans say men’s soccer their favorite sport, more news.

Number 3? More news.
Daily news roundups

Number 3? More news.

Union news in the wake of Knighton being “abruptly waived.” Amy Rodriguez assists and scores as USWNT beat China to win the Four Nations Tournament. Sky Sports knuckle-dragger Richard Keys blames “dark forces” for conspiring against him and more news. Plus: the State of the Union.

(Photo: Daniel Gajdamowicz)
Featured / Union

Union waive Brad Knighton

In a surprise move, the Union announce that they have waived goalkeeper Brad Knighton

Training camp, sexism, and Bobby Convey’s back
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Training camp, sexism, and Bobby Convey’s back

The Union open training camp, Bobby Convey in town to receive an award, and a look at the USMNT depth chart after Saturday’s Chile match.

Sexism sucks, so what can you do about it?
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Sexism sucks, so what can you do about it?

There’s no place for sexism in soccer, or anywhere else.