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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, June 29, 2016
By some divine convergence, one of the best players to ever pull on a USA jersey is about to start a new phase in his career with the top team in MLS and could make his debut on the Fourth of July. The Rapids presented Tim Howard at a press ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Fire and Seattle Sounders, MLS's most successful clubs in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with four titles apiece, moved into the quarterfinals of the 2016 edition with wins over MLS opposition on Tuesday. Read the whole story
Four of the five MLS clubs entered in the group stage of the 2016-17 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League will play in the opening week of the competition, which begins Aug. 2-4. Read the whole story
After the USA fell to Argentina, 4-0, in the Copa Centenario semifinals, Jurgen Klinsmann reiterated his call that his players get a chance to face the top teams of the world to gauge their progress. The reality is, the USA will see nothing but a steady diet of Concacaf teams ... Read the whole story
Saturday's San Jose Earthquakes-LA Galaxy game on Univision -- the first game on the Spanish-language network since 1999 -- averaged 1 million viewers, the most for MLS game on a Spanish- or English-language network since the 1,039,000 viewers who watched MLS Cup 2011, which was supposed to be David Beckham's ... Read the whole story
Roy Hodgson resigned as England coach immediately after his team was eliminated from Euro 2016 with a 2-1 loss to Iceland on Monday. But on Tuesday, he faced the media, opening the press conference with: "I don't really know what I'm doing here. ... I suppose someone has to stand ... Read the whole story
Euro 2016 resumes Thursday with Poland-Portugal, the first of four quarterfinals played over four days. The big clash will take place Saturday when Italy, which ousted two-time defending champion Spain, faces Germany. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Landon Donovan

"I realized quickly I'm not a naturally energetic, outgoing, outspoken kind of person. I have pretty strong opinions based on my experiences and think I have good input on what's going on and a pretty good grasp of what the players are going through. But I realized if don't communicate it in a somewhat entertaining way, people are not going to listen." -- Landon Donovan, who debuted as a color commentator on Fox Sports, working on its coverage of the Copa Centenario. (AP) ...More

Euro 2016 quarterfinals: Cream finally rises in France

Iceland's upset for the ages over England made headlines across the world, and sees a country with a population less than that of Honolulu joining a Euro 2016 quarterfinal that finds Europe's best teams having finally decided to play like it. ...More

What They're Saying: Harry Redknapp

"Knows what system? The losing system? He knows the losing formula?" -- Harry Redknapp on the suggestion that England U-21 coach Gareth Southgate would be good candidate to replace Roy Hodgson as England coach because Southgate knows the system. (BBC) ...More

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