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SBI Tuesday Rewind: Altidore scores; Solo speaks; Curtin signs; and more

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Jozy Altidore’s scoring slump in Sunderland finally ceased on Tuesday. The USMNT striker snapped a 10-month scoring drought, scoring the only goal for his Premier League club in a loss to Stoke City.

Meanwhile, USWNT goalkeeper Hope Solo spoke with SBI’s Caitlin Murray about staying focused on soccer amid off-field legal distractions and warned against the public making assumptions about her situation. They were Solo’s first comments touching on her June arrest since she issued a statement the days after being charged.

And the Philadelphia Union have apparently seen enough from coach Jim Curtain. A report from Ives Galarcep indicated Curtain will become the permanent head coach of the club, dropping the interim tag and signing a contract.

Here is a rundown of all the stories featured on SBI this Tuesday:

Altidore snaps 10-month Sunderland scoring slump, but club bows out of Capital One Cup

Must-See Video: Clint Dempsey asks people about Clint Dempsey

Americans Abroad: Tuesday Rewind

Before recent wave of criticism, Hope Solo cautioned against making assumptions about her looming legal issues

Report: Union remove interim tag, hire Curtin permanently

Report: Galaxy weighing potential move for Pirlo

Toronto FC begin construction to expand BMO Field

MLS announces 2014 playoff format, dates

Orlando City sets date for inaugural MLS game

SBI MLS Goal of the Week: Diego Valeri

SBI MLS Save of the Week: Luis Robles

MLS Expansion Priority Draft to take place Wednesday

Bieler brace leads Sporting KC to victory, goal advantage in CCL

CCL Preview: Sporting KC, Timbers look to take control of groups

Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary

EA Sports’ FIFA 15 hits stores in North America

USL Pro announces All-League teams

FIFA Medical Committee proposes new concussion protocol

Tuesday Kickoff: Lampard could extend loan; Vela ready to return to El Tri; and more


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