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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015
A listless display by the USA produced a 1-0 loss to Costa Rica at Red Bull Arena on Tuesday and piled more pressure on head coach Jurgen Klinsmann. Joel Campbell's goal in the 70th minute inflicted a third straight defeat on the Americans, who seldom threatened offensively though Bobby Wood gave ... Read the whole story
"I have no intention to step down. I'm going to carry on with my work because I'm under contract until 2018 and I believe in this team. Am I the one to blame? I now have to analyze that," he continued. The results weren't good. I won only one match ... Read the whole story
The U.S. U-23 national team kept its Olympic hopes alive with a 2-0 win over Canada in the third-place game of the Concacaf Qualifying Tournament. Read the whole story
The Netherlands' 3-2 loss to the Czech Republic that knocked the Dutch out of the 2016 European Championship included this own goal from Robin van Persie, better known for his feats on the other end of the field. Read the whole story
The USA-Mexico overtime game for the Concacaf Cup averaged 1,561,000 viewers on Fox Sports 1, setting a new FS1 record for men's soccer. Only three matches from the 2015 Women's World Cup recorded bigger soccer audiences on the channel. Saturday's audience peaked at 2,024,000 viewers. Read the whole story
Fox will air eight live Bundesliga games on Saturdays in 2016, beginning Jan. 30 and going to the Bundesliga season's final day on May 14, giving the league wider live-match exposure in the U.S. than ever before. It's also the most exposure the network has ever given for any one ... Read the whole story
The biggest loss in the tenure of head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has not triggered any immediate change, other than a reshuffling of the U.S. roster to face Costa Rica at Red Bull Arena on Tuesday after a 3-2 loss in extra time to Mexico. That included Fabian Johnson, whom Klinsmann ... Read the whole story
Bill Manning, the two-time Major League Soccer Executive of the Year, has been named president of Toronto FC. Manning, who will oversee all team and business operations for the club, begins in his new role on Friday. Manning's contract with Real Salt Lake, where he spent the last eight years, ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Jozy Altidore

"It's not as easy as it looks out there, man. Right now, we're going through a rough patch." -- U.S. striker Jozy Altidore after the USA's 1-0 loss to Costa Rica. (New York Times) ...More

Soccer on TV

On Tuesday the South American World Cup qualifiers resume and group play in the Euro 2016 qualifying competition concludes. ...More

What They're Saying: Bill Manning

"From an outsider's perspective -- and I remember telling this to the [MLSE] board -- for me, TFC has always been in constant flux. The number of coaches, different GMs, the lineups, the players, if you look at TFC's top 14-15 players every year it's constant change. The one thing that I saw, clearly, at RSL in what we built was we built a consistent core group of players, a front office in sync. If I can help establish that here at TFC, I think that will build success." -- New Toronto FC president Bill Manning on duplicating what he ...More

What They're Saying: Jurgen Klinsmann
Black Saturday isn't the only reason why Klinsmann's time is up

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