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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, April 17, 2015
Freddy Adu played his first league game in 20 months, starting for Finnish club KuPS in its 1-0 victory over KTP in its Veikkausliiga opener. Danny Williams started for Reading in its 2-1 overtime loss to Arsenal in the English FA Cup semifinals. Cole Grossman scored his first goal since ... Read the whole story
Christen Press scored two goals, including the stoppage-time golazo that was the winner, and added an assist on Jen Hoy's first-half goal as the Chicago Red Stars opened their NWSL season with a 3-2 win over Seattle Reign FC. Read the whole story
Some games are a tale of two halves. FC Dallas-Toronto FC was a tale of two days. FC Dallas held on to win 3-2 in game that was delayed more than three hours because of lightning and thunderstorms and finished after midnight. Read the whole story
The New York Cosmos a drew their largest home crowd since returning to the NASL in 2013, drawing a sellout crowd of 12,550 fans for their 2-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rowdies that moved them into first place. Atlanta and Indy Eleven moved into a tie for second with ... Read the whole story
An April snow storm socked the Rockies on Friday night, but it couldn't stop the Colorado Springs Switchbacks, who crushed winless Real Monarchs SLC, 5-2, at Sand Creek Stadium. Luke Vercollone scored twice from the penalty spot, and Miguel Gonzalez, Saeed Robinson and Marty Maybin added goals for the Switchbacks, ... Read the whole story
The New York Red Bulls remained unbeaten with a 2-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Friday evening at Red Bull Arena that featured Sacha Kljestan's first goal since he returned to MLS and a goal from Mike Grella six minutes later. Despite the easy win -- the Red ... Read the whole story
Wednesday's USA-Mexico game averaged almost 4.5 million viewers on Spanish-language networks UniMas and UDN and Fox Sports 1. The UniMas broadcast drew the largest audience: 2,760,000 viewers. UDN, Univision's sports cable network, averaged an impressive 890,000 viewers, while the FS1 audience of 806,000 was more than triple the average for ... Read the whole story
It's a big weekend for pro soccer in the New York metropolitan area. New York City FC played Thursday night and will face Portland Sunday night at Yankee Stadium. The Red Bulls play San Jose at Red Bull Arena on Friday night. On Saturday night, New York area fans have ... Read the whole story

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