Author Archives: Jon

United signs El Salvador international on loan; Campos unlikely to return?

Though the team is keeping mum, it’s unlikely the Loons would have brought in Rafael Burgos if Pablo Campos was close to returning.

Squads for Manchester City and Olympiacos set

The two European giants will play Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium, ahead of the Minnesota-Ottawa game.

Like the World Cup? Here’s a handy guide to what to watch next

So you enjoyed the World Cup, and now you’re looking for more soccer in your life. SoccerCentric is here to help, by telling you what league to watch next.

Wrapping up the 2014 World Cup

Germany are your champions (as predicted by SoccerCentric), and we have a moment to take one last chance to look back at the World Cup.

The Sportive, Episode 65: More soccer!

I think the guys on the podcast are just letting me talk about soccer to be nice, but it’s fun all the same.

Argentina 0 (4), Netherlands 0 (2): Argentines bore way to finals

A dull game finished in penalty kicks, as we all knew it would.

Former Minnesota executive Djorn Buchholz to run Louisville City FC

The longtime Minnesota soccer executive is headed to Louisville, to be the new team’s president.

Germany 7, Brazil 1: That’s what Germany does

The Germans exist at the World Cup for one reason: to ruin things.

Belgium 2, USA 1: Heart-stopping loss leaves America wondering

Is America getting better? Does it even matter?

World Cup, Day 17 / 18: Four for the quarterfinals

Brazil, Colombia, Netherlands, and Costa Rica booked their places in the next round. There were plenty of surprises along the way, though.