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NEGATIVE IMPACT
Galaxy fall to Montreal in stoppage time
Mike Magee scored the 2-2 equalizer for the Galaxy against Montreal, before Didier Drogba scored a spectacular stoppage-time game-winner for the Impact.
Mike Magee scored the 2-2 equalizer for the Galaxy against Montreal, before Didier Drogba scored a spectacular stoppage-time game-winner for the Impact.
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MONTREAL--- Didier Drogba scored off an incredible free kick in stoppage time, giving the Montreal Impact a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Galaxy at Stade Saputo Saturday night. The win was the first ever for the Impact (5-4-4, 19 pts) against the Galaxy (5-2-5, 20 pts.), ending LA's nine-game unbeaten streak. Complete story
MORALE BOOST
Zardes scores two, Pulisic adds one; U.S. throttles Bolivia 4-0
Gyasi Zardes led the way for the US Men with two goals against Bolivia. KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Gyazi Zardes scored a goal in each half and paced the United States to 4-0 victory over Bolivia on Saturday, completing the Americans' preparation for the Copa America Centenario. Complete story

WINDY CITY WARMUP
USWNT sets South Africa match
The U.S. Women's National Team will meet South Africa at Soldier Field in Chicago at 12 p.m. CT Saturday, July 9 in a warmup game before the Olympic Games, the U.S. Soccer Federation announced Thursday. Complete story
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Michael Lewis
OFFSIDE REMARKS
Klinsmann era has been a failure and it's time for him to go
The last time I looked, Jurgen Klinsmann still was head coach of the United States national team.

That's too bad, because he should have been replaced over the winter.
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Charles Cuttone
CUTTONE’S CONCEPTS
This is our house
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Perhaps U.S. Soccer should consider playing all their future World Cup qualifying games at MAPFRE Stadium.
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ENDURING NO. 1
Camp program has thrived for 35 years

No. 1 Soccer Campers at the Blue Ridge School outside of Charlottesville, VA
Soccer is a tough business. It’s rare for a manager like Alex Ferguson to stay in one place as long as he has. It’s even rarer for a soccer camp program to endure even longer than that, but that is exactly what No. 1 Soccer Camps has done.

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