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The 50/50 Blog

Note:  Opinions expressed on the US Youth Soccer Blog (web log) are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer). Links on this web log to articles do not necessarily imply agreement by the author or by US Youth Soccer with the contents of the articles. Links are provided to foster discussion of topics and issues. Readers should make their own evaluations of the contents of such articles.

 

The 50/50 Blog: 12.13.13

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Four more years

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Jurgen Klinsmann, head coach of the U.S. Men's National Team, agreed to a four-year contract extension Thursday, that should take him through the next World Cup cycle.
 

 

VOTE: Best of U.S. Soccer

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Today kicks off the second round of voting in the Best of U.S. Soccer #100Years Bracket. Check out video clips of some of the most memorable moments and vote for your favorites in head-to-head matchups.
 

 

Sabermetrics in soccer

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Billy Beane, the Oakland A's GM and subject of Michael Lewis' book Moneyball, once predicted that soccer would follow baseball in becoming "more of a science" and indeed the sport has embraced data analysis in a way that seemed unlikely even a few years ago.
 

 

The most entertaining announcer in soccer?

 
Ray Hudson is a color commentator for beIN Sport and could be described as a metaphorical genius for his descriptions of the game. Check out this New York Times profile on him.
 

 

Moving East

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In his first public comments after leaving Real Salt Lake for the head coaching position with 2015 expansion franchise New York City FC, Kreis told Bill Riley of ESPN 700 in Salt Lake City on Tuesday that his biggest motivation for accepting the job was to make amends for playing it safe during his playing career.
 
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