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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, May 28, 2015
English Premier League viewership on NBC and NBCSN averaged 479,000 viewers, up 9 percent from last season's record-setting figures. NBC and NBCSN combined average was also up 118 percent from the combined 2012-13 season average on ESPN, ESPN2 and FOX Soccer (220,000). Read the whole story
With Concacaf president Jeffrey Webb provisionally suspended by FIFA and Concacaf from all soccer activities for 90 days, Concacaf named Honduran Alfredo Hawit as acting president. U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati, Mexican federation president Justino Compean and CSA president Victor Montagliani have been named to a committee charged with "evaluating ... Read the whole story
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has named Lynn Berling-Manuel as its new chief executive officer. She comes to the NSCAA as the first female to lead the organization in its 75-year history after nearly eight years as chief marketing officer at AYSO. Before that, she was for 17 ... Read the whole story
Sepp Blatter spoke on Thursday for the first time since the raids of Wednesday morning by Swiss police in coordination with the FBI. Opening the FIFA Congress in Zurich, he said "the actions of individuals bring shame and humiliation on football and demand action and change from us all." Still, ... Read the whole story
Will Johnson returned after missing eight months with a broken leg to lead Portland past D.C,. United, there's been yet another goalkeeping change in Kansas City, and the All-Star Game is on the way to San Jose. Read the whole story
Courtney Dike, youngster sister of MLS and NASL veteran Bright Dike and a sophomore at Oklahoma State University, is among 23 players named to Nigeria's squad for the Women's World Cup, where it will face the USA in Group D. Read the whole story
No less a player than U.S. women's national team keeper Hope Solo says Christine Sinclair is the best player in the world. But all the pressure will be on Sinclair at home as Canada hosts the 2015 Women's World Cup. It is considered the weakest of the six seeds. Read the whole story
In a third-round Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup shocker, USL teams won all seven matches against NASL teams. For a look at the seven upsets, plus another win for the USASA's PSA Elite. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Vladimir Putin

"It's another clear attempt by the USA to spread its jurisdiction to other states. And I have no doubt -- it's a clear attempt not to allow Mr. [Sepp]  Blatter to be re-elected as president of FIFA, which is a great violation of the operating principles of international organisations. The U.S. prosecutor, as our media report, has already said that those FIFA officials have committed a crime. As if the prosecutor didn't know about the principle of the presumption of innocence." -- Russia president Vladimir Putin on the Federal indictment charging 14 FIFA officials and sports executives with kickback schemes ...More

What They're Saying: Sunil Gulati

"Being on the wrong side of an election result -- if that's what happens -- is not necessarily being on the wrong side. If you are serious about change, you have to be willing to push for it." -- U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati in saying U.S. Soccer will vote for Prince Ali against incumbent Sepp Blatter for FIFA president ( ...More

What They're Saying: Jack Warner

"I want to tell you, that whatever is planned for me, negatively, shall not succeed." -- Former Concacaf president Jack Warner before surrendering in Trinidad on Wednesday to face an arrest warrant issued at the request of U.S. authorities. He faces eight charges in connection with the corruption scandal that resulted in indictments against 14 FIFA officials and sports executives. (Guardian) "I want to tell you, that whatever is planned for me, negatively, shall not succeed." ...More

What They're Saying: Diego Maradona
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