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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Jan. 16, 2017
No one knows January camp better than Bruce Arena. He's quick to point out that this is not his second, but third time around with the national team. If you include the U.S. U-23 camp ahead of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, he's had 10 camps in January. The previous two ... Read the whole story
The post-Jurgen Klinsmann era of the U.S. national team began in Carson, California, when Bruce Arena opened the next chapter with a 32-player camp. "Break a sweat, get some touches on the ball, don't pull a muscle. No one's going to win a starting position in the morning training session ... Read the whole story
Miles Robinson, Jonathan Lewis and Jeremy Ebobisse, taken with picks 2-3-4 in the MLS SuperDraft, were among the 20 players called into the U.S. under-20 men's national team's first camp of the year that began Sunday in Carson, California. Josh Sargent, who starred for the U.S. U-17s at the Nike ... Read the whole story
Five players from the U.S. under-23 national team that has been training in Carson, California, joined the senior national team that just began training. They include four college players, plus 16-year-old Brianna Pinto. Read the whole story
Paul Arriola scored on a fierce volley and Joe Corona came on to score his first goal since returning to Tijuana in Xolos' 6-2 win over Puebla in Mexico's Liga MX. Alex Morgan had an assist in her French league debut for Lyon, a 3-0 winner at Guingamp. Read the whole story
As a market with a strong pro soccer following -- for Mexico's Tijuana across the border -- San Diego has often been written off as an MLS expansion market. But MLS commissioner Don Garber says he's always looked at the Xolos support as a positive -- and the Chargers' impending ... Read the whole story
Minnesota United took UCLA's Abu Danladi with the No. 1 pick in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft. The four American Generation adidas players in the draft then went with the 2-3-4-6 picks. Read the whole story
A.J. DeLaGarza, who started on MLS Cup championship teams in 2011 and 2014, is the latest veteran to leave the LA Galaxy, departing after nine seasons to join the Houston Dynamo, which paid $125,000 in General Allocation Money and $50,000 in Targeted Allocation Money for the Guam international. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Don Garber

"I am confident [Miami] will be our 24th team. We'll continue to work hard on finalizing a deal there. There are a lot of moving parts, but we are making progress. We need that team to get announced before we make any decisions going forward. We've got all hands on deck." -- MLS Commissioner Don Garber, on David Beckham's proposed Miami team. Almost three years since it was introduced, the Beckham group still has not finalized a stadium plan. (Miami Herald) ...More

MLS expansion teams address their needs directly

The first SuperDraft of the expansion teams United is in the books. Minnesota went for a striker, Atlanta picked a centerback. In both cases the teams filled a need while also fulfilling the vision of the head coach. UCLA forward Abu Danladi and centerback Miles Robinson, respectively, will forever be known as the No. 1 pick of their teams' inaugural seasons, even if a trade occurs down the line, which seemed more likely for Robinson than Danladi as the picks were made. ...More

What They're Saying: Riccardo Silva

"My interest is in helping the game to grow in both Miami and nationally.  Just as I've always welcomed the MLS Beckham project in Miami and I hope to see it start soon, I'm a fan of the NASL collaborating with other leagues too to create more excitement for fans. More excitement is good for fans, players, clubs, sponsors and, of course, broadcasters." -- Miami FC owner Riccardo Silva, saying the NASL must focus less on politics and more on fans. (Daily Telegraph) ...More

Family team effort helps Abu Danladi rise to MLS No. 1 pick
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