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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016
A day after announcing it had declined the option on midfielder Pedro Morales, Vancouver finalized its roster heading into the upcoming dates of league activity. There are 26 players under contract following the renewal of 11 options and the signing of striker Erik Hurtado to an extension. Read the whole story
For the first time since its launch in 1996, MLS will not air its final on a Disney-owned network. Fox will air the 2016 MLS Cup Saturday with coverage of the first prime-time major network final beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET (kickoff at 8 p.m. ET). Fox Sports, whose coverage ... Read the whole story
As part of its annual advent calendar series, Bundesliga YouTube presents the Top 10 most "catastrophic" Bundesliga blunders of the last five years. They include bloopers from German internationals Roman Weidenfeller, Marc-Andre ter Stegen and world champion Manuel Neuer. Read the whole story
With just one win and five points in seven games as Swansea City's manager, Bob Bradley is feeling the heat from the British media, some of whom have questioned his appointment because of his accent. Read the whole story
It may surprise a lot of people to realize that Seattle is farther north than Toronto. Just. Seattle (according to Wikipedia) sits on latitude 47-36 North. Toronto on 43-42 North. I live in London, Ontario, these days and we are on the same latitude as Rome, Italy. Until Thursday, we ... Read the whole story
Coach Tab Ramos' 20-player U.S. U-20 national team roster for friendlies at Costa Rica Dec. 17 and 19 includes seven collegians and 10 players with MLS clubs. Read the whole story
David Vaudreuil, who started all five playoff games on D.C. United's 1997 MLS championship team, was hired as the Tulsa Roughnecks new head coach, replacing David Irving, who now serves as the USL club's director of football operations & technical director. Read the whole story
LAFC, slated to begin play in MLS in 2018, has reached an agreement with the USL's Orange County to loan players it signs ahead of its first MLS campaign. Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Ashtone Morgan

"It got to a point where it was harder to play at home than away." -- Ashtone Morgan, the lone Toronto FC holdover from 2011, when it won six of 34 games, on how the 2016 MLS Cup host was mocked and minimized by local fans almost to the point of extinction. (Reuters)< ...More

Pulisic, amid $30 million transfer rumors, forges on with Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund's 2-2 tie, in which 18-year-old American Christian Pulisic started, with Real Madrid at the Bernabeu earned Dortmund a first-place finish in Group F of the UEFA Champions League. Dortmund also broke the record for most goals scored in the UCL group stage. ...More


Offside Decisions: Defender's Deliberate Play vs. a Deflection

Flushing, Queens is home to U.S. Open tennis and Citi Field, where the New York Mets play. It also has a huge Asian-American population. So when a junior college coach asked me to meet him at a restaurant in Flushing over a year ago, I checked to make sure that his team was not on my schedule (it was not) before I accepted and chose a Vietnamese restaurant with good reviews. ...More


What They're Saying: Russian MP Valery Rashkin

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