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Keller, Schmid just the latest Washington legends

Keller, Schmid just the latest Washington legends

October 2, 2015

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MLS, Seattle, Washington:

2015 National Soccer Hall of Fame inductees Kasey Keller and Sigi Schmid join eight other Washington state members of the Hall.

On writing “The San Jose Earthquakes: A Seismic Soccer Legacy”

On writing “The San Jose Earthquakes: A Seismic Soccer Legacy”

July 31, 2015

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California, MLS, NASL I, San Jose:

Gary Singh on writing his history of the San Jose Earthquakes.

Preserving and exhibiting Bay Area soccer history

Preserving and exhibiting Bay Area soccer history

July 28, 2015

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California, MLS, NASL I, San Jose:

Like many, I’m a transplant to the San Francisco Bay Area. I found over time that the region has a rich soccer history, much of it of relatively recent vintage and yet oddly unknown and in danger of being lost. For example, I had lived in my neighborhood near downtown… Read More ›

Be very afraid: U.S. soccer’s most dominant teams ever

Be very afraid: U.S. soccer’s most dominant teams ever

July 27, 2015

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ASL, MLS, NASL I:

Looking back over ASL I, the NASL, and MLS, which teams were the most dominant? Steve Holroyd explores.

Who’s better, who’s best: Leveling the pitch to find the best US club sides ever

Who’s better, who’s best: Leveling the pitch to find the best US club sides ever

July 20, 2015

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ASL, MLS, NASL I:

Steve Holroyd performs some statistical leveling to determine the all-time top 15 US pro soccer teams.

Moving the goalposts

Moving the goalposts

July 16, 2015

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ASL, MLS, NASL I:

The ASL in the 1920s has been called the “golden age” of American soccer. Some older fans argue that the NASL was “better” than MLS. What do the numbers say.