Spurs are free falling, Chelsea's Didier Drogba can still get it done and Andy Carroll finally showed up for Liverpool in FA Cup play, writes David Hirshey.
Can Arsenal's improbable win spur Arsene Wenger's side to a Champions League berth? Our resident Gooner certainly hopes so.
The 2011 Women's World Cup should be remembered as the coming-out party for elegant, creative soccer in the women's game. In almost every way, it has been a magical tournament, writes David Hirshey.
The United States owes Abby Wambach (twice) for its spot in the World Cup final. A portrait of a warrior who's head and shoulders above the rest.
Hope Solo, Abby Wambach and the U.S women's team overcame impossible odds (and a clueless referee) to defeat Brazil in Sunday's quarterfinals. Now the title is theirs to lose, writes David Hirshey.
The U.S.'s collapse in the Gold Cup final shows that Bob Bradley's team has a long way before the world will take them seriously.
As the Women's World Cup kicks off, Team USA has only one remaining member of the legendary 1999 championship team. But the spirit of Mia Hamm's pony-tailed warriors lives on.
After Arsenal's excruciating loss in the Carling Cup final, David Hirshey gives the Gunners' professorial manager a failing grade.
Don't let his charm fool you: David Beckham dances to the beat of his own drum, and everyone else -- including the MLS and his L.A. Galaxy teammates and benefactors -- can get to the back of the conga line.
Battling on four fronts, the Gunners proved this weekend that their bench is too thin to pull off the Quadruple. David Hirshey asks: How about just one?
The legendary Manchester United striker talks to David Hirshey about bringing the Cosmos back to life, his soccer hero, and why he should have kicked that fan harder.
Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish is supposed to rescue the Reds' season. But judging by his first game in charge, he has his work cut out for him, writes David Hirshey.
Approaching the end of a World Cup year, David Hirshey selects his most memorable soccer moments from South Africa.
Here are a few things you might not read in the Russian and Qatari media about the World's Most Easily Purchased Sporting Event, writes David Hirshey.
After an underwhelming performance in the World Cup, it looks as though Tim Howard has his mojo back, much to Everton's delight, David Hirshey writes.
The English Premier League is right around the corner. In the first of a two-part manifesto, David Hirshey writes about why the league is both exhilarating and exasperating.