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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, May 24, 2016
In a quest to set the record for the longest soccer game ever, 2,357 players took part for 120 hours in the Chilean capital of Santiago. The white team prevailed, over the blue team, 505-504. Read the whole story
The USA plays Ecuador in its first Copa Centenario warm-up since MLS players entered game. The game should give fans an idea how the USA might open the tournament against Colombia even though it will be without Geoff Cameron, who is still rehabbing a hamstring injury suffered on the final ... Read the whole story
U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann says the Copa Centenario is on a par with the European Championship -- a case can be made that the top 10 teams are tougher -- but that hasn't stopped him from setting a lofty goal for the USA: the semifinals. Read the whole story
NASL expansion club Miami FC, the only winless team eight weeks into the spring season, has acquired midfielder Michael Lahoud from MLS's Philadelphia Union. Nahoud had started the season with the NASL Cosmos. ESPN's Taylor Twellman tweeted that Miami FC (backed by MP & Silva media agency) paid $300,000 for ... Read the whole story
The USA's roster for the Copa Centenario includes 10 current MLS players, but 17 other MLS players are on the rosters of the other 15 teams that were unveiled on Monday. The San Jose Earthquakes lead all teams with four players bound for the Copa Centenario. Six other players play ... Read the whole story
U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann added Kellyn Acosta to the U.S. roster for Wednesday's friendly against Ecuador in Frisco, Texas, where he plays for FC Dallas. Acosta plays in midfield for FC Dallas, which is second in the overall MLS standings, but has been used as an outside back ... Read the whole story
Chicago Red Stars keeper Alyssa Naeher, who is battling for one of two spots in goal on the U.S. Olympic team, narrowly missed out on setting a NWSL record for consecutive shutouts and longest shutout streak when Seattle's Kim Little scored a penalty kick in the 89th minute of the ... Read the whole story
The Harrisburg City Islanders and Bethlehem Steel squared off for the first time Sunday, and Aaron Wheeler, formerly of the Philadelphia Union, scored two goals in as many minutes as the Islanders defeated expansion Bethlehem Steel, 3-1. Bobby Warshaw, who started his pro career with FC Dallas in 2011, scored ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Jamie Vardy

"There is no honeymoon. I'll have to take that next year some time. Obviously, I hope all the guests have a good time, but I will have a quiet one. Have I got a curfew? No, I've not got a curfew." -- England striker Jamie Vardy on being given time off from Euro 2016 preparations to marry fiancee Rebekah Nicholson on Wednesday. Vardy, who already has had to postpone the wedding three times, will miss Friday's warm-up game against Australia. (Daily Mail) ...More

What They're Saying: Carli Lloyd

"I have scored some big-time goals. I've done well in Algarve Cups. I've done well in World Cup and Olympic qualifiers, Olympics. In big games when we're playing top-five teams. But yet you never see my face or my name out there. And it has frustrated me my entire career." -- U.S. women's national team co-captain Carli Lloyd on being overlooked until the 2015 Women's World Cup final when her hat trick in the first 16 minutes against Japan made her, according to U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati, a "new hero" to generations of fans. (ESPNW) ...More


What They're Saying: Earnie Stewart

"He [Freddy Adu] was 14 years old, very talented but only practiced once a day. That was it. The rest of the time, he was doing interviews or appearances. If there's something you should be doing at 14 years old, it's being on the field the whole time and mastering what you could be very good at. I could not stand those things." -- Philadelphia Union sporting director Earnie Stewart recalls his 2004 MLS season as a player, when he was teammates with Freddy Adu. (Philadelphia Inquirer) ...More


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