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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 30, 2016
Albert Ruiz broke a 43-year-old NCAA record for the fastest hat trick to start a game with three goals in the first nine minutes, two seconds of FGCU's 6-5 win over Rutgers in a game it led 5-0 after 17 minutes ... The ACC is the dominant conference in the ... Read the whole story
Overall points leader Red Bulls II heads the USL's Eastern Conference playoff field for first-round, sinlge-elimination games this weekend. Red Bulls II set a league record by piling up 69 points, nearly twice as many as No. 8 Orlando City B (35). Defending champion Rochester just edged into the top ... Read the whole story
Jurgen Klinsmann's only chance to look at new talent before the Hexagonal starts Nov. 11 is when the USA faces Cuba next Friday and New Zealand four days later in friendlies. He has not indicated who he'll bring in, but foreign-based players like Cameron Carter-Vickers, Lynden Gooch and Jorge Villafana, ... Read the whole story
Two Western Conference games kick off the USL playoffs on Friday in the single-elimination tournament that will determine the 2016 league champion. Top seed Sacramento Republic FC, the 2014 league champion, starts its quest against Southern California rival Orange County Blues FC on Saturday. Read the whole story
The second meeting of the season between Colorado and Portland comes nearly three months after a 0-0 tie that marked Tim Howard's return to MLS -- and the last appearance of Jermaine Jones. Then as now, the Rapids are riding high with a chance to clinch a playoff berth on ... Read the whole story
For the Portland Thorns and Washington Spirit, this weekend's semifinals will mark the first time they've hosted NWSL playoff games. An NWSL playoff record crowd is expected when the Thorns host the Western New York Flash on Sunday. The semifinals kick off Friday night when the Spirit plays the Chicago ... Read the whole story
A week after 18-year-old defender Cameron Carter-Vickers made his pro debut for Tottenham Hotspur in the English League Cup, Spurs gave him a contract extension through the 2018-19 EPL season. Read the whole story
French 1998 World Cup champ Marcel Desailly, now a sideline pundit, filmed himself with his phone and caught in the background Monaco's stunning stoppage-time equalizer by Kamel Glik against Bayer Leverkusen. The two-time Champions League winner went from describing Monaco's "sad" struggles to hearty laughter. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Arsene Wenger

"One day, if I'm free, why not?" -- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Friday saying he would be open to coaching England, but his current focus was on the Gunners with whom he celebrates 20 years on Saturday. His contract expires at the end of the 2016-17 season. (BBC Sport) ...More

What They're Saying: Sam Allardyce

"Well done! Our journey has begun with our first win together. Looking forward to seeing you soon." -- Postcards from Sam Allardyce, promoting togetherness within the England national team following its opening win in World Cup 2018 qualifying, received by players on Thursday, two days after his short reign was ended. The postcards went out the same day he was fired. (Reuters) ...More

Big money in EPL creates big opportunities for kickbacks

Former England star Alan Shearer says Sam Allardyce's dramatic exit as England national team coach has made English soccer a laughing stock. But the problems Allardyce danced around in the Daily Telegraph's sting are no laughing matter. ...More

U.S. girls seek glory in Jordan

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