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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, Jan. 20, 2017
The Toronto FC trio of Jay Chapman, Jonathan Osorio and Tosaint Ricketts and the Montreal Impact's Anthony Jackson-Hamel all scored goals as Canada beat Bermuda, 4-2, in a friendly on Sunday. Read the whole story
Savannah Jordan, the first University of Florida player who was named an NSCAA All-American four times, signed to play for Scottish powerhouse Glasgow City. She fell to the Portland Thorns in the second round of the 2017 NWSL College Draft because of her plans to play in Europe in 2017. Read the whole story
Emerson Hyndman came off the bench to steal the ball and set up Kenny Miller for the winner in Rangers' 2-1 victory over Motherwell in the Scottish FA Cup, his first game since moving on loan from Bournemouth. Paul Arriola, Hyndman's teammate on the 2015 U.S. U-20 World Cup team, ... Read the whole story
Our favorite goal of the weekend comes from a 24-yard free kick in England's second tier. Nottingham Forest's Ben Osborn ended his team's eight-game losing streak with a volley he set up for himself with a flick after Matty Cash tapped to the ball to him. The strike gave Forest ... Read the whole story
Isaiah Young became the sixth American from the high school class of 2016 to join a German Bundesliga club when he signed with Werder Bremen. The 18-year-old forward brings to 43 the number of players from the Class of 2016 who have turned pro with clubs in Europe, Mexico, MLS, ... Read the whole story
Kaka says offseason reports out of Brazil that he'll leave Orlando City at the end of the 2017 MLS season were misconstrued, and he has made no decision about his future after his three-year contract ends."I'm very happy here," he says, "and my idea is to stay here." Read the whole story
Toronto FC teammates Jonathan Osorio and Tosiant Ricketts lead a Canada squad that includes younger players and several seeking their first caps for a match Sunday in Bermuda. Read the whole story
MLS expansion bidders are rushing to garner support for their stadium plans before the league's Jan. 31 deadline to submit bids. There was good news and bad news in St. Louis, where support for public funding of a soccer stadium was described as being "on life support." In Charlotte, county ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Adam Straith

"I had never even worn keeper gloves. That was the first time. I think you could probably see that with my attempt at a punch." -- Norwegian-based defender Adam Straith, who had to play the last 35 minutes in goal for Canada in its 4-2 win at Bermuda when backup keeper Sean Melvin was injured. (Canadian Press) ...More

What They're Saying: Palmeiras general manager Cicero Souza

"Chape don't want to be treated as victims." -- Cicero Souza, general manager of Brazilian champion Palmeiras, before Chapecoense's first game, a friendly against Palmeiras, since a plane crash took the lives of 71 passengers, including all but three Chapecoense players on the flight. The 2-2 draw was the first of what could be a 90-game season for Chapecoense. (CNN) ...More


What They're Saying: Dax McCarty

"To my beautiful wife: Not only did I postpone our honeymoon, I also told you we were leaving NYC after two days of marriage. Thank you for not divorcing me! This past week should have us prepared for anything in the future." -- Dax McCarty, who admitted he was "blindsided" by his trade from the New York Red Bulls whom he captained to the Chicago Fire two days after he was married and a day after he arrived at the U.S. national team's January camp. He delayed his arrival at camp because of his wedding but postponed his honeymoon after ...More


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