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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014
[VIDEO PICK: Skills] Mario Goetze, Germany's World Cup final hero, not only has a nose for the goal, he's got extraordinary dribbling skills, as he demonstrates with these amazing moves when a Cologne defender tries to corral him into a corner. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] You can hardly blame Hamburg SV goalkeeper Jaroslav Drobny for remaining rooted to his line as Lucas Piazon's free kick flies into the net. Drobny probably thought the ball was headed high over the crossbar -- yet it dipped into the upper corner. The Brazilian's strike came ... Read the whole story
[MLS: Week 29] Robbie Keane ran wild in the major-market matchup of Designated Players to keep the LA Galaxy in the top spot, but Seattle also romped to stay right on its heels. New England, Toronto, and Columbus posted critical wins to reshuffle the rankings and jumble up the playoff ... Read the whole story
[UCL: Three Games to Watch] Paris St. Germain-Barcelona is the marquee match of Matchday 2 in the UEFA Champions League, but PSG heads into the game with problems, most notably the absence of its star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, sidelined because of a heel injury. Shakhtar Donetsk's first home game against Porto ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Big money has been flowing into Major League Soccer. Of the 15 players who make $1 million or more in guaranteed compensation, 10 entered the league or received a pay raise to push them into the millionaire club since the start of the 2013 season. Kaka, currently ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] The U.S. World Cup team never got to Brasilia, falling in the round of 16 one game before it was set to travel to the Brazilian capital. But the U.S. under-23 national team will head there for a mid-October camp highlighted by a match against Brazil's U-23 national team ... Read the whole story
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] The news should come as no surprise. Chivas USA, sold back to MLS by its owners in February and playing before minuscule crowds this season, will go on hiatus, ESPN FC reports, while the club is being reorganized by new owners and rebranded under a new name for ... Read the whole story
[CROWD COUNT] Chivas USA is on course to set an MLS record for the worst average attendance in league history. With three home games left to play in what will likely be its last season, Chivas USA is averaging just 6,942 fans a game at StubHub Center, well under the ... Read the whole story

Where to Watch European Soccer

Here are 329 places Soccer America readers recommend where you should go to watch soccer for your morning and midday soccer viewing and enjoy all the excitement. ...More

What They're Saying: Landon Donovan

"I've always tried to be a guy who makes the right play in front of the goal. So if that means making the pass that leads to the pass that scores, if that means making the pass that leads to the goal, or if that means shooting when you need to shoot. I try and make good decisions in those moments, they come fast and it's not always easy to make the right decision, but I've tried to always make the right decision when I can." -- Landon Donovan, who holds the MLS goal-scoring record and is the U.S. national ...More

What They're Saying: Paul McGinley

"I bounced ideas off him all week, he didn't preach to me, he didn't tell me what to do but what he did solidified my ideas and he gave me confidence that my hunches were right. He also felt that connection with the players. All the players treated him as a friend, having a drink with him, pulling his leg again. It was great to see."-- Paul McGinley, the captain of Europe's Ryder Cup team, hails former Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson's contribution to Europe's victory over the USA in the golf competition. The 72-year-old Ferguson was a constant presence ...More

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