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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015
DAY 7: Last in the Western Conference last year, San Jose heads into 2015 with a familiar face in charge and a snazzy new home. Fans will get their first look on Saturday when the Quakes play the LA Galaxy in the "soft opening" of their Avaya Stadium. Read the whole story
Cal South, which has swept the US Youth Soccer ODP Championships the last two years, has three teams entered in his year's finals that kick off Friday at at the Reach 11 Sports Complex in Phoenix. The ODP Championships will feature teams in the 1998 and 1999 age groups. Read the whole story
DAY 8: As the MLS preseason is set to wrap up this weekend, teams will pray for one thing: no injuries. Some haven't been so lucky. After losing Ben Zemanski with a knee injury on Sunday, Portland had a fourth midfielder join its injury list when Michael Nanchoff went off ... Read the whole story
Young Mexican-American Ventura Alvarado, who looks more and more like he's headed to play for the U.S national team, started for Club America in Wednesday's 3-0 win at Saprissa in the first leg of their Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal series. Edgar Castillo started for Atlas in its 1-0 win ... Read the whole story
Here's an update on Robinho, who after a decade in Europe that included winning titles at Real Madrid and AC Milan, returned to Santos, where broke into the limelight as a teenager. In a 3-1 win over Portuguesa, the 31-year-old scores a long-range golazo after running on to his keeper's ... Read the whole story
Bryan, a 22-year-old defender for Brazilian club America-MG, chips the ball over an Atletico defender before unleashing this sweet volley golazo in his team's 2-1 win. Read the whole story
Real Salt Lake won its third straight game with a 2-1 victory over Sporting Kansas City to move into the final of the Desert Diamond Cup against Colorado. The New York Red Bulls will play Philadelphia, a shootout winner over Columbus, in the final of the IMG Suncoast Pro Classic. ... Read the whole story
Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen has pulled out of an agreement with the Utah State Fairpark to build a soccer stadium for the USL's Real Monarchs on the Utah State Fairgrounds. Read the whole story


Soccer on TV

The U.S. under-17s start their quest for a spot at the world championships by taking on Cuba Friday ...More

What They're Saying: Luis Suarez

"I do not understand why they [the English media] want to do this. They want to make trouble, a mountain out of a molehill. They must be hurt after what I did to them in the World Cup [scoring twice for Uruguay against England], but they forget that I played in England and they should show me some respect." -- Barcelona's Luis Suarez after accusations that he bit Manchester City defender Martin Demichelis during Tuesday's Champions League game. TV replays confirmed that he not. (ESPNFC.com) ...More


What They're Saying: Juergen Klopp

"I hope there aren't any more unexploded bombs in the stadium -- especially not in yellow jerseys." -- Borussia Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp tries joking about the discovery of an unexploded 550-pound World War II bomb of British origin near Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park on Thursday. The bomb, found shortly before Klopp was to address Saturday's game against Schalke at a stadium press conference, was diffused after the area was evacuated. (Welt.de) ...More


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