New York City Football Club: Creating Uniforms for the MLS Expansion Franchise

It's a big day for Major League Soccer, as the league has announced that it will be adding a 20th team for the start of the 2015 season in New York City.Manchester City FC and the New York Yankees have teamed up to bring us the club that will be known as New York City Football Club (or, presumably, NYC FC).“We proudly welcome two of the most prestigious professional global sports organizations to Major League Soccer,” MLS Commissioner Don Garber said Tuesday in a league statement:This is a transformational development that will elevate the league to new heights in this country. The New York area is home to more than 19 million people, and we look forward to an intense crosstown rivalry between New York City Football Club and the New York Red Bulls that will captivate this great city.There are still plenty of questions to be decided before the club begins to take form. Where will they play? How do their neighbors, the Red Bulls, feel about the expansion? Which big-name players and coaches—either domestic or foreign—will they lure to the team? But perhaps the most fascinating issue to be worked out is that of the uniforms. Most major clubs have ...
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David Beckham Confronts “Prostitute”-Taunting Fan After Los Angeles Galaxy Loss

David Beckham and the Los Angeles Galaxy lost 2-0 at home to the New York Red Bulls on Friday night.Making his first start of the MLS season, Beckham played all 90 minutes. But the English superstar was held mostly in check by the Red Bulls, despite them playing without their own international star, Thierry Henry.But the frustration for Beckham didn't end with the final whistle.Begin Slideshow
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Landon Donovan: What’s Next for U.S. Soccer’s Golden Boy?

Landon Donovan scored one of the biggest goals in U.S. soccer history. His exhilarating stoppage-time tally against Algeria gave the Americans a hard-fought 1-0 victory in their final group stage game at the World Cup and sent them on to the second round. The U.S. went on to lose to Ghana 2-1 in extra time on Saturday, with Donovan netting the lone American goal, but it was Donovan's game-winner several days before that's still lingering in many soccer fans' minds. Now, everything from viral videos to tabloid rumors are floating around about U.S. soccer's golden boy. What's next for the 28-year-old Donovan? Click ahead to find out. The World Reacts to Landon Donovan's Goal @ Yahoo! VideoBegin Slideshow
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