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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015
The USA's performance in a 3-2 loss to Chile on Wednesday raises lots of questions and concerns for a team that has now gone five games without a win. Chief among them is the habit of Jurgen Klinsmann's team to fade badly late in games. Read the whole story
New York City FC has appointed Tom Glick as its new president, replacing Tim Pernetti, who joined NYCFC as chief business officer in 2013, as the head of the expansion club that begins its first season in March. Read the whole story
Major League Soccer has sold KICKTV, its dedicated global soccer platform approaching one million subscribers on YouTube, to London-based Copa90. It was launched in March 2012 as one of the first premium channels on YouTube, one of the online video site's key global initiative, and served as an important promotional ... Read the whole story
The folks at The Guardian have become suspicious about the marketing of the FA Cup, the world's oldest soccer competition that some have suggested has become an anachronism, and produced this 4-minute investigative piece. Read the whole story
The LA Galaxy and San Jose Earthquakes opened preseason play with shutout victories in scrimmages on Wednesday. Three matches involving MLS clubs are scheduled for Friday. Read the whole story
A slimmed down W-League will kick off the 2015 season in May with 18 teams, down from 25 in 2014 and a high of 41 in 2008. The champion Los Angeles Blues folded, as did the semifinalist Ottawa Fury Women, one of four Ontario clubs not returning. In both cases, ... Read the whole story
The New York Red Bulls have succeeded in outflanking the LA Galaxy to land U.S. national team midfielder Sacha Kljestan from Belgian club Anderlecht, where he's played since 2010 and won three league titles. Read the whole story
The U.S. U-18 men's national team, which ended 2014 splitting a two-game series with Germany, will get its first action of 2015 at the Copa Chivas that kicks off Friday in Guadalajara. Coach Javier Perez has named a 20-player roster, which includes the return of goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann and 13 ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Bob Foose

"We're a long way apart. I don't know that I want to handicap it, but it's certainly a very, very real possibility." -- MLS Players Union executive director Bob Foose on the prospects of a player strike. (Orlando Sentinel) ...More

Three takeaways from Chile-USA

In their first match of 2015, the Americans twice took the lead on the road but were unable to avert a 3-2 loss to a Chilean team returning just two players from its 2014 World Cup squad. ...More


Chile-USA Player Ratings

The USA scored two fine goals but otherwise failed to impress while falling 3-2 at Chile on Wednesday. ...More


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