6:21 PM EDT, Fri May 29, 2015
Sounder At Heart 5 hours ago

Sounders vs. Colorado - Aftermatch Aftermath: Rapid Ascent

Seattle Sounders win again, this time against the Colorado Rapids. Are you bored of them winning yet? Me either. Do you guys remember that one time the Seattle Sounders beat the Colorado Rapids? "Which time," you'd probably say. To which you'd be absolutely right. But I'm talking about Wednesday's game where Marco Pappa scored the lone goal in a Sounders 1-0 victory, that game, you remember it, right? Good, I'm glad you remember, because if you didn't remember that game, that'd be bad news for you. Marco Pappa had a fantastic game with a golazo, 3 key passes, and 90.5% passing. Andy Rose,...

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Oregonian 57 mins ago
Sepp Blatter re-elected: What you need to know about his future as FIFA president (Q&A)

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What does Sepp Blatter's re-election mean for the future of soccer around the world. Here are some answers and what to expect.
Oregonian 1 hour ago

Portland Timbers defeat DC United 1-0, the lighter side

The Portland Timbers welcomed back Will Johnson and earned three points against DC United on May 27. Photos and humor from that emotionally-charged evening.
Seattle Times 2 hours ago

Notes from the practice field: Obafemi Martins has a broken nose, Sepp Blatter wins again

Obafemi Martins got beaten up, Sounders coach Sigi Schmid conceded after Wednesday’s 1-0 win over Colorado. Martins got kicked and shoved, had to momentarily leave the field to change his bloody shirt. Martins also broke his nose during the game, Schmid confirmed Friday following practice at Starfire Sports Complex. The veteran forward is still likely […]

FIFA scandal reverberating across soccer-crazy South America

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Within hours of the FIFA scandal breaking, Sergio Jadue, the president of Chile's soccer federation, was declaring his innocence even though he wasn't formally accused of anything. Jadue was referring to a part of Wednesday's sweeping U.S. Justice Department indictments that, without specifying them by name, said the 10 presidents of the South American Football Confederation were to receive bribes from a company called Datisa in exchange for transmission rights to games of the Copa America, the tournament of the continent's national teams. The FIFA...

Marketing executive pleads not guilty in FIFA scandal

NEW YORK (AP) — A sports marketing executive from Florida has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and other charges stemming from the FIFA corruption scandal. Davidson was among 14 people named in racketeering indictment accusing soccer officials of accepting more than $150 million in bribes.
San Jose Mercury News 3 hours ago

Curry's nasty spill resonates with Earthquakes defender

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What lies ahead for FIFA and Sepp Blatter in his 5th term

The prize for the 79-year-old president of soccer's governing body is four more years in office and some big issues ahead. Blatter, who defeated Prince Ali bin al-Hussein on Friday in the FIFA presidential election, is also set for open conflict with UEFA and its president, former protege Michel Platini. "At the end of my term I will give this FIFA to my successor in a very, very strong position, a robust position," Blatter said in his acceptance speech. Blatter offered no big ideas in his campaign — he did not even bother with a manifesto — but offered one pledge in his acceptance...
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Tacoma News-Tribune 3 hours ago

MLS Preview from The Sports Network (ET)

Red Bull New York will attempt to get things back on track on Sunday when the club hits the road to face the top team in Major League Soccer, Seattle…
Denver Post 3 hours ago
Sepp Blatter wins re-election as FIFA president despite ongoing criminal investigation

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  • 1 Obafemi Martins

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  • 1 Maximiliano Urruti

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