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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015
Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't seem to have a difficult time getting through customs, as demonstrated by this clip of Real Madrid arriving in Ukraine to face Shakhtar Donetsk in the UEFA Champions League play. His passport was checked thoroughly by a woman who seemed to have had her most delightful day ... Read the whole story
Hall of Fame goalkeeper Tony Meola, whose previous coaching experience since retiring as a player in 2008 was at the youth level, is the new head coach of the NASL's Jacksonville Armada FC. Read the whole story
Lionel Messi, out of Barcelona's starting lineup for two months because of a knee injury, scored two goals and assisted while going the full 90 in 6-1 win over over Roma in UEFA Champions League play. Here's a compilation of Messi's every touch in the game. Read the whole story
Inexperienced head coaches don't often flourish in MLS, yet in just his second season as a head coach and first in charge of the Red Bulls, Jesse Marsch earned honors as Coach of the Year. Read the whole story
The Real Madrid-Barcelona game on beIN Sports and beIN Sports en Espanol drew a combined television audience of 1.87 million viewers, an increase of 26 percent over El Clasico played in October 2014. Read the whole story
It isn't every day that a former World Cup coach arrives to coach a Ligue 2 team, so the French press treated Bob Bradley's signing at Le Havre as a big deal. "Normandy Landing" was the headline in France Football -- General Omar Bradley led the Normandy invasion in 1944 ... Read the whole story
Jill Ellis, head coach of the U.S. women's national team that won the 2015 Women's World Cup, has been named an Honorary All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. The NSCAA Honorary All-America award is presented to a person who, throughout their career on and off the field, ... Read the whole story
Unbeaten in eight World Cup qualifiers since it opened in 1999 -- more games than at any other venue -- the U.S. national team will return to MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, for the March 29 match against Guatemala in the semifinal round of Concacaf qualifying for Russia 2018. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Rangers manager Mark Warburton

"I have been delighted with his contribution and the last game he played for Rangers was his best so far. We have a great relationship with Arsenal and our job is to make sure they know their asset is being developed properly." -- Rangers manager Mark Warburton, who hopes to keep 18-year-old American Gedion Zelalem for the rest of the Scottish Championship. The current loan deal with Arsenal expires at the end of December. (Metro) ...More

What They're Saying: Chinese sports commentator Huang Jianxiang

"Evergrande's ability to succeed confirms that if the government gets out of Chinese soccer and gives it over to the market and society, there will be quick results. They don't only rely on money, but also the most professional skill levels and methods to improve their game." -- Chinese sports commentator Huang Jianxiang after Guangzhou Evergrande won its second Asian Champions League title in three years on Saturday. The success contrasted with China's 0-0 tie with Hong Kong that likely eliminated it from the 2018 World Cup after the second round of qualifying. (New York Times) ...More

What They're Saying: Ethan Horvath

"The way we've been playing in Europa League, maybe now a team doesn't want to draw Molde because they have seen how we're doing in the competition." -- Ethan Horvath, the 20-year-old goalkeeper who has won the starting job at Molde and helped it clinch a berth in the round of 32 of the Europa League after only four of six games ahead of Ajax, Celtic and Fenerbachce, all established European powers. ( ...More

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