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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, April 1, 2015
NASL commissioner Bill Peterson says players in his league don't need a union as his owners are treating them very well. He says because players have total free agency -- something the MLS Players Union does not yet have -- "the concept doesn't seem to fit in." For more on ... Read the whole story
Whitecaps FC 2 won their first game in team history with a 3-0 road victory over the Austin Aztex on Wednesday thanks to goals by Canadian striker Caleb Clarke, centerback Craig Nitti and newcomer Billy Schuler. Former University of Washington goalkeeper Spencer Richey earned the shutout in his first pro ... Read the whole story
D.C. United has loaned 18-year-old Michael Seaton to Orebro of the Swedish Allsvenskanliga for the 2015 season. Orebro, fifth in 2014, begins its 2015 campaign on Sunday. Saad Abdul-Salaam is the second player Sporting Kansas City has loaned to the NASL's San Antonio Scorpions. Read the whole story
England beat Germany 3-2 in a U-21 friendly earlier this week. James Ward-Prowse scored the gamewinner after a sequence of 35 passes in which all 11 England players got a touch. Read the whole story
For the second week in a row, the MLS Disciplinary Committee has added a game to a Philadelphia Union midfielder's suspension as it tacked on one additional game to Fred's red-card suspension and fined him an undisclosed amount for the punch he threw at Harry Shipp in Sunday's 1-0 loss ... Read the whole story
Just how strong is the U.S. market for international soccer? Mexico and Argentina both played two friendlies over the late March fixture window, and the four games averaged 56,500. The 48,000 fans on hand at MetLife Stadium Tuesday night had to endure freezing temperatures to watch Argentina -- without injured ... Read the whole story
Former Dutch great Patrick Kluivert has led Curacao to the second World Cup 2018 qualifying round in Concacaf in his debut as a head coach. Curacao tied Montserrat, 2-2, in the second leg of their first-round series to advance, 4-3, on aggregate. Charlton Vicento of Willem II had the late ... Read the whole story
Another blown lead didn't prevent U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann and his players from finding positives in a 1-1 tie with Switzerland Tuesday. For the first time in a long time, the Americans were able to keep the ball and use if effectively from wide areas. For Klinsmann's assessment of ... Read the whole story


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Following the FIFA international break, TV coverage of domestic league play resumes Friday in many countries. ...More

What They're Saying: Raheem Sterling

"It's not about the money at all. ... I talk about winning trophies throughout my career. That's all I talk about. … I don't talk about how many cars I'm going to drive, how many houses I've got. I don't want to be perceived as a money-grabbing 20-year-old. I just want to be seen as a kid who loves to play football and to do the best for the team." -- Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling, who has yet to accept the club's contract extension offer that would reportedly up his salary to $148,300 a week. (Reuters) ...More


What They're Saying: Florida state senator Jeremy Ring

"My guess is every one of you has seen a coach, a parent-coach, on the other side that is obnoxious and sometimes goes beyond obnoxious." -- Florida state senator Jeremy Ring telling members of the Florida Senate Community Affairs Committee on a bill he introduced based on his experiences as the coach of his 8-year-old daughter's soccer team. The bill requires coaches who get kicked out of games involving children 12 years old or younger be suspended for the rest of the season. (Tallahassee Democrat) ...More


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