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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015
There's an abbreviated MLS schedule this week for the FIFA international window with two games on Wednesday and one on Saturday. Wednesday's games -- NY Red Bulls-Montreal and Vancouver-FC Dallas -- could go a long way toward deciding the 2015 Supporters' Shield winner. Read the whole story
Canada, which has not qualified for the Olympic men's soccer tournament since 1984, moved into Saturday's semifinals when it held on for a 2-2 tie with Cuba that gave it second place in Group A. It had to wait until the USA's 4-0 win over Panama to be sure of ... Read the whole story
The USA had already clinched first place in Group A of the Concacaf Olympic qualifying tournament and the crucial semifinal spot going into Tuesday's clash with Panama, which needed a victory by three goals to advance. After a scoreless first half, the U.S. offense exploded for a 4-0 win over ... Read the whole story
The NWSL final won by FC Kansas City over regular-season champion Seattle averaged 167,000 viewers, the largest audience of the year for the women's league on Fox Sports 1, which aired six regular-season and playoff games. The viewership for the final was up 7 percent compared to that for the ... Read the whole story
The conventional wisdom is that Jurgen Klinsmann's job is not on the line if the USA loses to Mexico on Saturday, but that view is not shared by Landon Donovan. In an interview on the Heineken ESPN FC Boot Room, Donovan said Klinsmann should be held accountable like elsewhere in ... Read the whole story
The Portland Thorns loaned defenders Steph Catley (Melbourne City FC), Kendall Johnson (Western Sydney Wanderers) and Clare Polkinghorne (Brisbane Roar) to clubs in the Australian W-League, and midfielders Lianne Sanderson to Apollon Limassol in Cyprus and Mana Shim to Iga Kunoichi FC in Japan. Read the whole story
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

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The USA U-23s' semifinal opponent will be determined by the Mexico-Honduras game Wednesday on the final day of Concacaf Olympic qualifying ...More

Klopp and the Kop, a perfect marriage? Yes but ...

By Wednesday, Fenway Sports Group hopes to have wrapped up negotiations with Jurgen Klopp on a three-year contract making him Liverpool's new manager. Can he help turn around the Reds, who have never won the Premier League title since its launch in 1992-93? ...More

What They're Saying: Michael Bradley

"Certainly when you talk about the United States in a bigger way, one of the beautiful things about our country is the ability for people from all over the world to come here and live and work and, in some ways, make new lives for themselves. And that’s something that I’m personally very proud of, so when it means in a footballing sense that every now and then we play with a few less fans, we deal with it.”-- Midfielder Michael Bradley, talking about the split between Mexican and USA fans expected at the Rose Bowl Saturday for the Concacaf ...More

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