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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, May 4, 2016
The Tampa Bay Rowdies have signed former England international Joe Cole on a contract through the 2017 NASL season with a club option for 2018. He won three Premier League titles with Chelsea, most recently in 2010. Since leaving the Blues, 34-year-old Cole has bounced five clubs in England and ... Read the whole story
ESPN has hired retire women's star Abby Wambach to serve as an analyst and contributor, beginning this summer with Euro 2016 and the Rio Olympics. Under the terms of the multi-year agreement, she will also contribute to ESPN Films and ESPN's news programs E:60 and Outside the Lines. Read the whole story
In the German Bundesliga 2, first-place Freiburg led last-place Paderborn, 2-0, when goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow shanked a teammate's throw-in, enabling Moritz Stoppelkamp to crush home a volley for his team's only goal. Read the whole story
A total of 59 players representing 27 teams in MLS, the NASL and USL were named to the preliminary rosters for the Copa Centenario. The Seattle Sounders lead all teams with six players selected to the preliminary rosters. Every MLS team is represented except Chicago. Read the whole story
Other than the USA with 19 players, all in MLS, no team has more players based on teams in U.S. leagues on its Copa Centenario preliminary roster than Jamaica. The Reggae Boyz, who are drawn in Group C with Venezuela, Uruguay and Mexico, have11 players on MLS teams and four ... Read the whole story
Only two of the nine returning NASL teams -- its two Canadian teams, Ottawa and FC Edmonton -- had larger crowds for their home openers in 2016 than in 2015. The average for the home openers of the nine teams was 5,575, down from 8,882 in 2015, a decrease of ... Read the whole story
Jordan Morris is just one of three rookies who have been starting regularly since the start of the MLS season along with Jonathan Campbell, who scored his first goal for Chicago in its 1-1 tie with D.C. United, and Keegan Rosenberry, the only field player who has played every minute ... Read the whole story
It took six games before rookie Jordan Morris scored his first MLS goal, but he hasn't stopped scoring since then. And it's a good thing for the struggling Seattle Sounders. He has scored their last three goals that have been responsible for two wins and six of their 10 points. ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Jamie Vardy lookalike Lee Chapman

"Ranieri spotted me. The rest of the players were banging on the window for me to get on. I met Jamie, and he said 'You're an ugly-looking Jamie Vardy.' He's just a down-to-earth, normal guy, like me." -- Jamie Vardy lookalike and Leicester City fan Lee Chapman on meeting the Foxes and their manager, Claudio Ranieri, as their bus left a celebratory lunch after they clinched the EPL title. (Independent) ...More

What They're Saying: Guus Huddink

"If you have done some judo and wrestling, you can easily fall. Even at my age, I had no problem to fall down." -- Chelsea's 69-year-old manager Guus Hiddink, who played down the incident that saw him pushed to the floor during the melee that followed the Chelsea-Tottenham game. (BBC Sport) ...More


What They're Saying: Afghani Mohammad Arif Ahmadi

"I sold all my belongings and brought my family out of Afghanistan to save my son's life as well as the lives of the rest of the family." -- Mohammad Arif Ahmadi, whose son became an international celebrity when he was photographed wearing a homemade Argentina shirt with Lionel Messi's No. 10 on the back, said his family was forced to leave Afghanistan to neighboring Pakistan amid Taliban threats. (AP) ...More


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