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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015
O Vovo ("Grandpa"), the mascot of Brazilian second division club Ceara, apparently doesn't get that his job is to keep his team's fans in good spirits. After a Ceara goal against Luverdense was disallowed for offside, Vovo lost it -- his cool and his head. Read the whole story
"Jurgen said many times he wants our players to feel pressure. ... Well, the same holds true for the coach, and so we had a very poor summer with bad results in the Gold Cup. The last game against Brazil was probably the worst game I've seen them play under ... Read the whole story
Three weeks to go in the MLS season and only four teams have clinched playoff spots. The New York Red Bulls, the first team to confirm a postseason place, solidified their spot atop Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings by beating Columbus. FC Dallas moved into third by belting Texas rival ... Read the whole story
The Portland Timbers have hired 29-year-old Mark Parsons as their new head coach less than a week after he left NWSL rival Washington Spirit, which he had led to the playoffs in 2014 and 2015. Parson replaces Paul Riley, whose contract was not extended after the 2015 season. Read the whole story
Ottawa Fury FC clinched its first-ever NASL postseason berth with a 2-0 win over FC Edmonton at TD Place in front of 6,050 fans. Frenchman Romuald Peiser tied an NASL single-season record with his 13th shutout of the season for second-year Ottawa, which is the first Canadian team to make ... Read the whole story
MLS has reached an agreement with Fox Sports Latin America to televise live league matches in Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and South America, with the exception of Brazil, where the league already has an agreement with Globosat. With this newest partnership, MLS will now be viewed in nearly 120 ... Read the whole story
Saturday's USA-Mexico match at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., for the Concacaf Cup is a sellout. With more than 90,000 fans expected, organizers are offering practical tips for fans to commute to stadium, which kicks off at 6 p.m. PT. Read the whole story
Kansas City's Krisztian Nemeth started in the center circle of his own half before slaloming through the Portland defense and scoring our favorite MLS goal of Week 31. The other AT&T Goal of the Week nominees are Kevin Doyle (Colorado), Seb Hines (Orlando City), Luke Mulholland (Real Salt Lake) and ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Roy Keane

"Yes, why wouldn't he be? He didn’t have the baby. Unless he's breastfeeding he should be all right." -- Ireland assistant coach Roy Keane on whether striker Robbie Keane, whose wife, Claudine, gave birth to their second son on Monday in Los Angeles, would be available to play against Germany on Thursday. (Guardian) ...More

Soccer on TV

On Tuesday the USA -23s finish group play in the Concacaf Qlympic qualifying tournament against Panama. ...More

What They're Saying: Chung Mong Joon

"The true danger is that they are not only sabotaging my candidacy. They are sabotaging FIFA's election and FIFA itself. As preposterous as it may sound, there are media reports that Mr. Blatter plans to stay on as President once all the presidential candidates are forced out. However, the election is in danger of being turned into a farce." -- FIFA presidential candidate Chung Mong Joon, who expects to be suspended for 15 years for violating six articles from FIFA's Code of Ethics, which he said stemmed from his "support" for South Korea's 2022 World Cup bid and his proposal ...More

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