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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 4, 2015
Top-ranked Virginia rallied from 1-0 down at halftime to defeat No. 9 UCLA, 2-1, in Westwood on goals by Alexis Shaffer and Megan Reid. Read the whole story
Freshman Sebastian Elney's golden goal lifted No. 4 Maryland past top-ranked UCLA, 2-1, in front of a Ludwig Field record crowd of 8,449 fans Friday night. Read the whole story
The Washington Spirit's Crystal Dunn, who is running away with the NWSL scoring race, was voted the NWSL Player of the Month after helping the Spirit get back into the playoffs. She scored two goals -- her fifth and sixth goals of the month -- and recorded an assist to ... Read the whole story
The German Bundesliga will air for the first time on network television Sept. 13 when the Bayern Munich-Augsburg match will air on free-to-air Fox. The match will be shown on a delayed basis and air before or after NFL games, depending on the market. In an interview with Soccer America, ... Read the whole story
The third and final knockout round of World Cup 2018 qualifying begins in Concacaf with six matches on Friday. Of particular interest to the USA: Antigua & Barbuda, coached by Peter Nowak, vs. Guatemala and St. Vincent & the Grenadines vs. Aruba. The winners of the two-leg series will join ... Read the whole story
The USA plays Peru Friday night in the first of two friendly games as it prepares for the Oct. 10 Confederations Cup playoff game against Mexico. Jurgen Klinsmann answered some burning questions about who he wants to play in goal (Brad Guzan remains the No. 1) and at outside back ... Read the whole story
Freddy Adu's hopes of finding his stride at the 12th club of his professional career haven't come to fruition yet. He suffered an Achilles' tendon injury after debuting for the Tampa Bay Rowdies in a 3-1 loss to the Fort Lauderdale Strikers July 25 with a 14-minute appearance that included ... Read the whole story
A memorable brother act and yet another superb double-save highlight the best moments from the games played in August, a month that started with an astonishing 39 goals scored in eight games on Aug. 1 and ended Sunday as a raucous crowd at Red Bull Arena celebrated a 3-0 thumping ... Read the whole story

Soccer on TV

Qualifiers in African Cup of Nations and European Championship are on the Saturday docket as well as four MLS games. ...More

The great communicator speaks: 'You're uneducated'

When Sunil Gulati hired Jurgen Klinsmann in 2011, Klinsmann wasn't just handed the reins of the men's national team coach, he was given a bully-pulpit to speak out on what needs to be changed in American soccer.View image | ...More

What They're Saying: Charlie Stillitano

"I really think they're true friendships. When a manager comes to my house for dinner, they don't think twice of saying, 'I want the lasagna Bolognese and the veal Milanese!' I'm like: 'Both?!? It's 1 in the afternoon! We've gotta go shop and cook!' Look, it's much easier to order in or have a bit to eat in the City, but now they come to my house and they're in my home, and it's genuinely done with just friendship. It's not like since Sir Alex retired that I don't want to see him anymore. It's genuine. If I get fired ...More

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