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BRONX BOMBERS
NYC romps past Fire, 4-1
Luis Solignac scored the lone goal for the Fire against NYC FC on Friday at Yankee Stadium.
Luis Solignac scored the lone goal for the Fire against NYC FC on Friday at Yankee Stadium.
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BRONX, NY--A brace from David Villa and strikes from Jefferson Mena and Steven Mendoza were too much for the Chicago Fire, who fell to New York City FC 4-1 Friday night at Yankee Stadium. Complete story
MEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Fighting Irish striker Jon Gallagher
Notre Dame junior Jon Gallagher had already had an interesting career, according to coach Bobby Clark, before joining the Fighting Irish in 2014. And Gallagher, who developed with the Beachside Academy (Benny Feilhaber, Kyle Martino, Marcus Tracy, etc.) in Connecticut and played in the England Schoolboys FA competitions and on Home Farms FCs junior team in Singapore, could be on the verge of a breakout season.
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WOMEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Notre Dame Fighting Irish forward Kaleigh Olmsted
Senior forward Kaleigh Olmsted has been a driving force as the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have compiled an eight-match unbeaten streak. And Olmsted, the Chicagoland Soccer News Women's Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 26, was at her best in victories over North Carolina State (1-0) Thursday and Pittsburgh (4-0) Sunday.
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OFFSIDE REMARKS
The most devastating result in U.S. women's soccer history
Sooner or later, it was going to happen. Sooner or later, the United States women were going to slip and not reach the final four of a major FIFA tournament for the first time. Well, sooner happened Friday afternoon.
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CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS
With a voice, WNT players can do greater good
On Saturday, the WNBA rescinded a fine it had issued to several teams and players because the players used pregame warm-up gear to promote social causes.

It wasn't that the league objected to the players taking a social stance, hence the rescinding of the fine. The players in question wore shirts that said #BlackLivesMatter and #Dallas5.

Thats not exactly a soccer story. But it is relevant.
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