Harry Keough, the soccer great who was a defender on the legendary 1950 U.S. World Cup team and who went on to become the longtime coach at Saint Louis University, died yesterday morning at home in St. Louis. He was 84. Keough was one of five St. Louisans on the U.S. national team that beat 500-1 o ... More >>
photos by Keegan HamiltonThe US streaked to a 1-1 draw against England."Let's hear it for cloud cover!"That's the cry that drew the second-loudest cheer of the day from St. Louis' American soccer hooligans. It was a sweltering 94 degrees in downtown on Saturday afternoon and the sun beat merciles ... More >>
Keough in the 1950s.It was 60 years ago this year that Harry Keough joined five other St. Louis natives (Frank Borghi, Gino Pariani, Pee Wee Wallace, Bob Annis, and Charley Columbo) in forming the bulk of the United States' 1950 World Cup soccer team. That 1950 team was the last to face England a ... More >>
Missing: Brian Sutter's teeth and more Blues players in the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame.Need more proof that St. Louis is a "baseball town"? Check out the names (below) of the athletes and broadcasters inducted yesterday to the inaugural class of the new St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame. Ten of th ... More >>
Nearly two months after it acquired players, the St. Louis franchise of the Women's Professional Soccer League finally has a name. Henceforth, our team shall be known as St. Louis Athletica. "People ask, 'Is that even a word?'" said team president Jeff Cooper at a press conference at the Missouri At ... More >>
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Faded soccer glory seen in a U.S. World Cup team without St. Louis talent