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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Nov. 27, 2015
One of the standouts in the MLS playoffs has been Darlington Nagbe, who has helped the Portland Timbers move to within one game of their first MLS Cup appearance with a 3-1 win over FC Dallas in the first leg of the Western Conference final. Between the conference semifinals and ... Read the whole story
Sporting Kansas City re-signed 12 of the 13 players it had options on -- all but Jalil Anibaba -- and will will extend offers to five players who are free agents at the end of the season: Jon Kempin, Mikey Lopez, Soni Mustivar, Paulo Nagamura and Seth Sinovic. Read the whole story
Stemming from the roster moves announced Wednesday, Orlando City SC may not look radically different in 2016. The Lions declined contract options on eight players, including goalkeeper Tally Hall, defender Corey Ashe and forward Danny Mwanga, but the rights to eight other players were retained and an additional 14 players ... Read the whole story
New England announced Wednesday it has renewed the options on 14 players, signed midfielder Daigo Kobayashi to a new contract, and arranged for three players to train with Sporting Clube de Portugal. Read the whole story
While efforts by David Beckham's group to find land for a soccer stadium in Miami appear to have hit another hit roadblock, Sacramento's MLS bid got a boost as preliminary plans for a stadium in the California capital's downtown rail yards were released ahead of Tuesday's vote by city council ... Read the whole story
Fabian Johnson scored in his second straight game for Borussia Moenchengladbach in the UEFA Champions League as it beat Sevilla, 4-2, in their Group D match. It was Gladbach's first win in the competition and ended Sevilla's hopes of reaching the knockout stage. Read the whole story
Eight collegians and 12 youth club players comprise Coach Michelle French's roster for the U-20 Women's World Cup Concacaf qualifying tournament Dec. 3-13 in San Pedro Sula, Hondura Read the whole story
Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't seem to have a difficult time getting through customs, as demonstrated by this clip of Real Madrid arriving in Ukraine to face Shakhtar Donetsk in the UEFA Champions League play. His passport was checked thoroughly by a woman who seemed to have had her most delightful day ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Jurgen Klinsmann

"Watching the MLS playoffs has been tremendously exciting. The games in the first round with the penalty shootout, to Portland and Kansas City, to games that were very close, very tight and hard fought. It's been very exciting. The stadiums are packed, the fans are fully engaged and the teams battle themselves through. Sometimes you have your favorite pick then you realize after a game or two, your favorite is not there anymore and out of the playoffs. It's at another level this year and I can't wait to see the MLS Cup final!" -- U.S. national team coach Jurgen ...More

What They're Saying: Didier Drogba

"It's a different challenge [in MLS]. People think it's easy to play there. Believe me, it's more difficult than playing in the Premier League because of the travel." -- Didier Drogba, who just finished his first season in MLS with the Montreal Impact. (Reuters) ...More

What They're Saying: Stocksbridge Park Steels chairman Allen Bethel

"I can't believe what I've been seeing on Saturday nights. He's always on his own. Why can't the Premier League, with all those supposedly good defenders, stop him?" -- Allen Bethel, the chairman of Stocksbridge Park Steels, which was in the eighth division of English soccer went it signed 21-year-old Jamie Vardy in 2008 for about $160 a week. Vardy is now at Leicester City in the English Premier League, where he has scored in 10 straight games, equaling the 12-year-old Premier League record set by Ruud van Nistelrooy. (Wall Street Journal) ...More

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