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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015
Short on outside backs, U.S. national team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has called veteran defender Jonathan Spector from English second division club Birmingham City into training camp ahead of friendlies against Peru and Brazil. It's Spector's first call-up since March 2014. He has not played for the USA since February ... Read the whole story
Slovakian Adam Nemec, the symbol of New York City FC's troubled season is gone. The club and player agreed to a mutual termination of his contract, paving the way for him to sign with Dutch club Willem II. Read the whole story
The European transfer market closed with little summer activity among Americans. Only a handful of Americans garnered transfers, notably U.S. national team forwards Aron Johannsson and Bobby Wood. Two moves involved MLS players -- Adam Bedell and Erik Hurtado -- going on loan to Scandinavia. Read the whole story
Schadenfreude from the folks Bundesliga, who compiled the "best" squandered chances to score easy goal from Week 3 of the 2015-16 season. Read the whole story
American defender DeAndre Yedlin, who last January left the Seattle Sounders for Tottenham Hotspur, has moved to Sunderland on loan for the 2015-16 season. Read the whole story
Sports attorney Jeffrey Kessler, who represented MLS players in the 1996 lawsuit against MLS, its owners and U.S. Soccer, is sticking his legal thorn into U.S. Soccer again. The Financial Times and New York Daily News reported that Kessler is representing the NASL and demanding that U.S. Soccer reconsider proposed ... Read the whole story
The LA Galaxy, winner of four games in a row and eight out of its previous 10 games, stayed in the top spot in Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings despite their 1-0 loss at San Jose, which extended its own victory run to four games. Columbus cracked the top five ... Read the whole story
The deal by which Shane O'Neill left MLS for Cypriot club Apollon Limassol a month ago has indeed turned to be merely a stepping stone. On Sunday, O'Neil left the U.S. U-23 training camp in Manchester and took a plane to Belgium, where he has officially joined Belgian club Royal ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Brad Guzan on competition from Tim Howard

"You always have someone either pushing you, or you're pushing someone else. That's the nature of professional sports. I've been in this business long enough to know that, and being in Europe, where it's obviously a little more cutthroat than here in the U.S., you develop a thick skin and you develop a strong mentality and a strong will to succeed. So nothing changes in that sense." -- Brad Guzan, who won the Golden Glove award as the top goalkeeper at the Gold Cup, on competition from Tim Howard, who had returned after a year's absence. (SI.com) ...More

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What They're Saying: Carolina RailHawks fan Howie Perl

"You'd think if corruption at all touched the RailHawks, that they'd be really good and buying their way to success. It's mind-blowing." -- Carolina RailHawks fan Howie Perl on the NASL club's ties to Traffic Sports USA. "Traffic Out" and for-sale signs appear at RailHawks games protesting the club's connection to the FIFA scandals. Traffic's involvement is central to the Federal indictments against 14 FIFA officials and sports executive. Traffic Sports USA and its Brazilian parent company pleaded guilty and are attempting to sell their holdings, including the RailHawks.  (New York Times) ...More


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