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Footy on the Telly, Jan. 23-29
Soccer on TV

Footy on the Telly, Jan. 23-29

Your weekly listings of live soccer on TV, online, and on satellite radio.

Youth soccer: We’re doing it wrong, Part 1
Youth Soccer

Youth soccer: We’re doing it wrong, Part 1

Scott Pugh introduces a new series examining some of the issues surrounding youth soccer.

Preseason IMG Tournament schedule announced, Bradley says players “ready to strike,” WWC turf suit dropped, more
Daily news roundups

Preseason IMG Tournament schedule announced, Bradley says players “ready to strike,” WWC turf suit dropped, more

IMG announces preseason Suncoast Pro Classic tournament schedule. Michael Bradley says players ready to strike over free agency. Solo suspended. Turf lawsuit dropped. More.

A talk with Davenport University head coach Chris Hughes about Dzenan Catic
Interview

A talk with Davenport University head coach Chris Hughes about Dzenan Catic

Dzenan Catic’s remarkable season spearheaded Davenport’s run to the NAIA championship and helped the Union to select him 31st overall in the 2015 SuperDraft. PSP spoke to Davenport head coach Chris Hughes about Catic.

SEPA Soccer Hall of Fame accepting nominations
SEPA Soccer Hall of Fame

SEPA Soccer Hall of Fame accepting nominations

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Hall of Fame is accepting nominations for this year’s inductees.

Defensive depth, looking for a forward and holding mid, more Valdes rumors
Daily news roundups

Defensive depth, looking for a forward and holding mid, more Valdes rumors

Union go for defensive depth in final rounds of draft. Curtin looking for forward, holding mid. More Valdes rumors. Sons of Ben Movie. More.

Union draftees, part 2: Aaron Simmons and Raymond Lee
Draft News

Union draftees, part 2: Aaron Simmons and Raymond Lee

The Union followed up Thursday’s SuperDraft with two picks in the Third and Fourth rounds on Tuesday.

The Northeast’s professional soccer malaise
A View from Afar / Commentary

The Northeast’s professional soccer malaise

The West Coast clubs are a sign that MLS has finally hit the big time. But the Northeast clubs’ malaise brings you back to earth. It’s not just one team. It’s all of them. PSP’s Dan Walsh explains.