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Rogers blasts FIFA for World Cups

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By ESPN Staff
2 days ago

Beckham's take on NFL field goal kicking

David Beckham stopped by the Jimmy Kimmel Live show to discuss his fun experience kicking field goals with Detroit Lions running-back Reggie Bush.

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By ESPN Staff
5 days ago

Holden: U.S. have a stronger team

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden argues the United States have a stronger team ahead of their friendly against Chile, where Jozy Altidore and Gyasi Zardes may lead the attack.

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LA Galaxy's Robbie Rogers blasts FIFA for Russia, Qatar choices

LA Galaxy's Robbie Rogers blasted FIFA for awarding the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar.

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. -- Openly gay LA Galaxy left-back Robbie Rogers on Tuesday reiterated his criticism of FIFA  for awarding the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar, two countries with poor records when it comes to rights for gays.

Speaking to reporters at an MLS media event, the former U.S. national team player said FIFA has a responsibility to live up to its own mission statement.

"I think about the role that FIFA plays and their sensitivity to the LGBT community -- not only...

MLS Draft headlined by No. 1 pick Cyle Larin and rumored return of U.S. stars

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol weigh in on the first two picks of the 2015 MLS SuperDraft.

PHILADEPHIA -- Cyle Larin was the proverbial "Man Who Wasn't There" at Thursday's MLS SuperDraft.

The University of Connecticut forward was selected by expansion side Orlando City with the No. 1 overall pick. But rather than saunter on stage for his photo op with MLS commissioner Don Garber, Larin was 1500 miles away in Kingston, Jamaica, where he's helping Canada's qualifying effort for the U-20 World Cup. A recorded statement was soon displayed where Larin thanked those who had helped his career.

Larin's...

By ESPN Staff
Jan 15, 2015

MLS award named after Donovan?

The ESPN FC panel examine the MLS' decision to renamed the MVP award after Landon Donovan.

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