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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Rapids president Tim Hinchey made Keith Olbermann's the “World's Worst Person In Sports” segment after Hinchey lashed out at MLSsoccer.com Rapids beat reporter Chris Bianchi for a critical tweet. Read the whole story
[MLS: Week 33] The concept of a "bogey" team -- a foe that no matter how weak always plays tough against a certain opponent -- can be exaggerated, yet Real Salt Lake is clearly confronted by just such a problem Wednesday in its regular-season finale. Read the whole story
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] The Portland Timbers exited the Concacaf Champions League Tuesday when they suffered their first loss of the competition, a 3-1 loss at Olimpia that sent the Honduran club through on away goals. Conceding two goals in the first four minutes, the Timbers dug themselves a hole from ... Read the whole story
[ROUNDUP: Tuesday] Just like in 2010, the USA will face Mexico in the semifinals at the Concacaf Women's Championship. Unlike four years, they'll play in the United States, not Mexico, which pulled out as 2014 host earlier in the year. And unlike last time, a loss to Mexico -- as ... Read the whole story
[UCL: Week 3] It was Germany-Brazil all over again. Bayern Munich with five German World Cup champions in the starting lineup put five goals past Roma in the first 35 minutes at the Stadio Olimpico en route to a 7-1 win over the Italian club. Sound familiar? Roma star Daniele ... Read the whole story
[CROWD COUNT] Major League Soccer is set to break its record for average attendance set in 2012. With one week left in the 2014 regular season, MLS is averaging 19,039 fans a game, marking the first time it has topped the 19,000-a-game mark. A record eight teams are averaging more ... Read the whole story
[COLLEGE RANKINGS] UCLA, Florida State and Stanford remained 1-2-3 in the Soccer America Women's Top 25 rankings, while Virginia and North Carolina each moved up one place to 4-5. For the complete Top 25 rankings. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE RANKINGS] Creighton moved ahead of Washington into the No. 1 spot in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings. UCLA, which beat Washington last week, and UC Irvine jumped to 3-4, while Stanford remained at No. 5. For the complete Top 25 rankings. Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Oli Makin

"I can't thank [the] police enough. It has saved the club a fortune and the players will be happy, especially the goalkeeper." -- Oli Makin, the head groundskeeper at English club Rochdale, which was given heat lamps seized by police in drugs raids on marijuana farms to cultivate the grass at its stadium. (BBC) ...More

What They're Saying: India Premier League

"Heaven has gained a defensive midfielder; apart from the hard tackles and the breaking up of attacks, goal celebrations will never be painful anymore. Goodbye Peter." -- A statement from India's Mizoram Premier League after Peter Biaksangzuala, a 23-year-old Bethlehem Vengthlang midfielder, died from after falling awkwardly after attempting several somersaults to celebrate a goal. (CBSSports) ...More


What They Saying: Emilie Jacquot

"It is unanimously positive. The FIFA scandal had an excellent impact on our brand awareness." -- Emilie Jacquot, a brand manager at Swiss luxury watchmaker Parmigiani Fleurier, whose $26,000 watches were gifted by the Brazilian soccer federation on the eve of the World Cup to FIFA Excecutive Committee members, who last month were ordered to return them by FIFA's ethics investigators. (Bloomberg) ...More


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