Soccer

  • Raising Arizona for Seattle

    SEATTLE (BASN) — The Seattle Sounders FC are currently in Cascade Grande, Arizona getting ready for the upcoming 2011 Major League Soccer season. The weather in Arizona has been agreeable with...

  • Bringing The MLS Title Home

    SEATTLE (BASN) — The MLS Playoffs are upon us and the Seattle Sounders are ready for battle. Now granted their last outing against the Houston Dynamo last week wasn’t one of...

  • Seeking some answers

    ZURICH — FIFA’s ruling executive committee will reconvene Friday, when it is expected to discuss decisions that could change the shape of the scandal-hit 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests....

  • Trying to buy influence??

    LONDON — FIFA said will examine evidence from a British newspaper alleging that two executive committee members offered to sell their votes on World Cup hosts. The Sunday Times filmed Amos...

  • He’s A Man On Fire

    SEATTLE (BASN) — Sanna Nyassi of the Seattle Sounders FC is the midst of breakout performance that most professional athletes never experience. When his playing days are over, I’m sure that...

  • Getting His ‘Kicks’

    NEW YORK — A former referee involved in Italy’s controversial elimination from the 2002 World Cup was caught at Kennedy Airport with bags of heroin attached to his body, federal prosecutors...

  • Looking to peak in Seattle

    SEATTLE (BASN) — The Seattle Sounders seem to be peaking at the right moment and this has been a long work in progress. During the early months of the season, the...

  • The BASN 2010 World Cup Review

    MIAMI (BASN) — The Vuvzelas have fallen silent. After one month of intense competition, blown calls, hard fouls, disappointing performances and dramatic moments, the 2010 World Cup has come to an...

  • Stoppage Time: World Cup Diary

    By Michael – Louis Ingram, BASN Columnist   PHILADELPHIA (BASN) — As the first World Cup to be held on African soil continues, an intriguing subplot has emerged.   With the...

  • Great Game, Bad Acting

    CHICAGO — I used to believe that the true character of international soccer could be found in the fake-injury phenomenon. You know what I’m talking about — a player gets knocked...

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