goalCLICKS: A Manic Soccer Monday


free-computer-mouse-clipart-1That was some Monday full of news, wasn’t it soccer people? From the very top in the USA to right here in Washington State there were headline grabbers aplenty. goalCLICKS is here to keep you up-to-date.

Klinsmann Kanned

The biggest news on ‘Manic Monday’ was the sacking of US National Team Head Coach Jurgen Klinsmann.

Official USSF Statement

Twitter reacts

Did Klinsmann Deliver?

Arena likely next

Pro / Rel in USA

There are a fervent group of supporters pushing for the United States to adopt a promotion / relegation system. On Monday they celebrated a survey suggessting that such a move would benefit all of US Soccer. Others panned it.

Deloitte Survey

Point by Point

Credibility of survey questioned by MLS

Really, really terrible idea

Good idea – down the road

Sounders Award / Western Finals

Major League soccer made official what many already knew – Nicholas Lodeiro is the best new player in MLS this season. The Sounders open against the Rapids in the MLS Cup Playoff Western Conference Finals tonight at the Clink.

Newcomer of the Year (MLS)

Incredible Start (Sounders FC)

Can Rapids stop Lodeiro?

Sounders power on without Dempsey

Tacoma Stars win away – twice

The Tacoma Stars are 4-1 and in first place in the MASL Pacific Division after they won on back-to-back nights in Dallas and St. Louis.

Stars win shootout thriller in Dallas

Tacoma outplays Ambush in STL

Reign Re-sign Yanez

A key player returns to NWSL Seattle for 2017.

Reign FC Re-sign Beverly Yanez

Vikings, Huskies alive in NCAA’s

The Western Washington Vikings Women are in the NCAA 2 Final Four while the Washington Husky Men have advanced

Vikings dump Orediggers

NCAA 2 Bracket

Huskies thump Lobos

NCAA Bracket

WIAA State Champs Crowned

High School Fall Soccer ended with six trophies being claimed by five schools.

How Tweet It Is

Two for St. George’s Dragons

Overlake Owls hoot

Columbia River wins shootout

JoJo’s perfect shot lifts Bellevue

Papermakers print a title

NWPL Adds Two Teams

The Northwest Premier League grew to nine teams after the elite, adult, amateur women’s soccer competition announced two more sides for 2017.

Wenatchee, Vancouver (WA) get NWPL teams

EPLWA’s 8th will likely ‘Go West’

The Evergreen Premier League is looking over 7 applications for their 8th spot in 2017.

Where will the 8th EPLWA club be?

Week 2 in the WISL

Western Indoor Soccer League action moved to week two, and the results left just two sides remaining unbeaten.

Spurr’s goal with 12 seconds left rescues draw for Oly Town

Bermudez explodes for 5 goals, 2 assists for Force

Bellingham United outlasts Tacoma



Welcome to “goalCLICKS,” a new goalWA.net column that features links to soccer stories in Washington state, the Northwest, and occasionally even nationally and internationally.

goalWA shares lots of links online every day via our Facebook and Twitterpages.goalCLICKS gives you a chance to catch them outside of the fast-moving social media cycle.

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