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Sedalia Area Soccer

Heartland D3 2013 Spring Season

U-13 Boys Premier Subdivision 3 Subdivision Standings team wins losses ties GF GA YC RC points 7335 Sedalia Soccer 305 Spin 7 0 1 29 9 22 7332 KC Prime Spartans 7 1 0 33 10 21 7339 Unified Strykers 6 2 0 27 11 18 7334 KVSA Jambars 4 2 0 18 10 1 [...]

May 18 305 Spin 3 Spartans 2

It was the last league game of the season, playing on field 10 at Heritage Soccer Park. 2:15 game, 82 degrees and overcast. Fairly strong wind out of the Southeast playing on a east-west field. Spartans were undefeated and 305 was undefeated with one draw from the game  canceled by lightning. Winner would win the [...]

May 11 – 305 Spin 3 – Toca 2

A nice day at Heritage Soccer Park. Really windy with the wind coming out of the north and playing on a north – south field. Spartans had won their game earlier, so we needed the win to remain unbeaten and have a chance still for first when we play Spartans next Saturday. We took the [...]

US Soccer

Real Madrid 3, Barcelona 1: In El Clásico, Real Madrid Pays No Mind to Barcelona Debut of Luis Suárez

Real Madrid scored three unanswered goals to defeat Barcelona and close the gap to 1 point at the top of the Spanish league.

Roundup: Day Is Awry for Liverpool and City

A goal in each half enabled West Ham United to defeat defending champion Manchester City in England's Premier Leagueon Saturday.

Biggest Test for the U.S. Goalkeeper Hope Solo May Come Off the Field

Some thorny questions remain for Solo, who is scheduled to face trial next month on domestic assault charges, before next summer's Women's World Cup in Canada.

Major League Soccer

Comets Set to Open MASL Tonight

The Missouri Comets will open up the new MASL season, renewing their rivalry with the Dallas Sidekicks in Allen, Texas tonight at 7:00 p.m.


The last we saw the Missouri Comets, they were partying in the Independence Events Center, celebrating their first ever Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) championship. Relaunching in 2010, the team had qualified for the playoffs every season, finally winning it all in their fourth season.
In the 223 days since their first title, a lot has changed in the indoor soccer world. Shortly after the championship series ended, six of the former MISL teams joined forces with teams from the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) to form the 23 team Major Arena Soccer League (MASL).
The Comets have been placed in the MASL's Central Division. Joining them will be former MISL rivals, Milwaukee Wave and St. Louis Ambush. Despite their new name, the Wichita B-52s will figure to be a strong rival again. Rounding out the division will be the Tulsa Revolution and 2014 PASL champion Chicago Mustangs.
As the Comets get set to start the season, they will have a chance to renew another old rivalry. In tonight's inaugural match of the new MASL, the Comets have traveled to Allen, Texas to face off against the Dallas Sidekicks. The Comets vs Sidekicks rivalry dates back to 1984, although this is the first time the two franchises will face off since 2004.
Dallas stormed into the PASL in 2013 and has amassed a 27-5 record since (including a 16-0 regular season home record). Indoor soccer legend Tatu, head coach of the Sidekicks, has assembled a strong squad. Former Baltimore Blast goalkeeper Sagu backstops the team which also features former MISL players Freddie Moojen and Fabinho.
Dallas' high powered offense was led last season by Nestor Hernandez, who is currently recovering from recent knee surgery and will be out until December. Moojen will be expected to pick up the scoring slack along with returning forwards, Jamie Lovegrove and Shaun David.
The Comets return much of the team that celebrated with the trophy back in March. Captain and assistant coach, Vahid Assadpour will lead an experienced and extremely talented team onto the pitch tonight.
Led offensively by Leo Gibson, he is joined on the front line by the ever exciting Ramone Palmer and the Haitian Sensation, Max Toulette. The strength of the midfield will come from Assadpour, Bryan Perez and Milan Ivanovic. Defensively, Brian Harris, Stefan Stokic and Coady Andrews will once again set up a brick wall along with John Sosa, Alain Matingou and Robert Palmer.
The new league brings some new rules, most notably a return to single point scoring. Regardless of where the shot originates from on the field, all goals will now count as one point. Also, any penalty will result in a shootout opportunity. If it is not converted, the shooting team wil have a two-minute man advantage.
The new MASL kicks off tonight at 7:00p.m. CT from Allen, Texas. Locally, fans will be able to watch with the Comets Nation fan club at Coach's Bar & Grill on 103rd & Wornall. The game will also be live-streamed at ESPN3.

World Cup 2010

Neuer: I had to take risks

Manuel Neuer spoke to The FIFA Weekly about what it means to be a world champion, playing outfield in training for Bayern Munich and his hopes for the future.

FIFA goalkeepers' summit analyses latest trends

The role and training of the modern goalkeeper in light of Brazil 2014 and its impact on FIFA’s goalkeeping coaching methodology was at the core of the three-day seminar that concluded at the Home of FIFA.

Mertesacker: Arsenal's passing is not as efficient

Per Mertesacker has discussed Arsenal's disappointing performance against Anderlecht and Germany's celebrations following their Brazil 2014 triumph.

International Football

Big Sam Allardici: ‘Me, Fergie & Jose have a different philosophy to Pellegrini & Rodgers [Telegraph Interview]

Big Sam Allardyce’s ego and high opinion of himself is well documented; the West Ham boss is the Nicklas Bendtner of management: if his ego matched his actual ability, he’d be winning the Champions League every other year. That said, easy as he is to lampoon, he’s currently doing a blinding job at West Ham, […]

Peter Schmeichel slams ‘right back’ Gary Neville for ‘character assassination’ of Liverpool’s Simon Mignolet [Audio]

Manchester United goalkeeping legend Peter Schmeichel has slammed pundit Gary Neville for what he feels was a ‘character assassination’ of Liverpool’s Simon Mignolet on Monday Night Football. On the MNF following the Merseyside derby, Neville took his pen to Mignolet’s positioning on Jagielka’s goal, and quite amazingly said he should have saved what was one […]

West Ham fan Russell Brand kisses Sam Allardyce during his post-match interview [Video]

Man of the people Russell Brand was watching from the executive box for West Ham’s 2-1 win over Manchester City. The big West Ham fan managed to gatecrash Sam Allardyce’s post-match interview, giving him multiple kisses in the process. Russell Brand may be something of a lunatic but you can’t help but enjoy his post-match […]