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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, April 24, 2015
Richmond and Louisville City both remained unbeaten with shutout wins on Saturday. The Kickers defeated FC Montreal, 1-0, on Matthew Delicate's first-half goal. Kenny Cooper, recently signed by the Impact, played the first half for FC Montreal, which has lost all four games. Louisville won, 2-0, over Tulsa despite playing ... Read the whole story
Abby Wambach is sitting out the season. Alex Morgan has yet to play as she rests with a knee injury. No problem. The NWSL has a new star in Christen Press, who in two games has scored four goals and added one assist against U.S. national team keeper Hope Solo ... Read the whole story
There were sellouts at Indy Eleven (10,524), Minnesota United (9,233) and Atlanta (5,511) for a trio of matches that ended in draws. The big winner was Tampa Bay, which climbed into second place with a 3-2 win over Jacksonville. San Antonio's 2-2 tie at Minnesota featured a 65-yard free kick ... Read the whole story
MLS went into Saturday averaging just 2.15 goals a game, but the four games produced 20 goals for an average of 5.00 goals a game. Houston's first seven games produced 10 goals, but the Dynamo's match with Sporting Kansas City ended 4-4 when Benny Feilhaber scored on a volley from ... Read the whole story
"I don't know what Don was asked specifically, but frankly, I wouldn't have said some of things he did the way he did." -- U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati in response to remarks made by MLS commissioner Don Garber, telling the Associated Press Sports Editors that MLS would continue to ... Read the whole story
Brad Guzan gifted Manchester City a goal in the third minute when he mis-hit a pass right into the path of Sergio Aguero in front of his goal and the Argentine scored for the first goal in a 3-2 win over Aston Villa, In France, Alejandro Bedoya's goal -- his ... Read the whole story
Ghanaian international David Accam took advantage of a blunder by stand-in New York City FC keeper Ryan Meara and score into an empty net for the lone goal in the Chicago Fire's 1-0 win, its third straight. The loss dropped expansion NYCFC's record to 1-4-3 after it started out 1-0-2. Read the whole story
SoccerGrlProbs, started by a trio of Fairfield University's women's player, took first place in the for-profit track of the Next Play Venture Tournament, a national competition for student-led business plans that aim to make the sports industry more sustainable. Read the whole story


Soccer on TV

Derbies in London and Turin as well as an MLS tripleheader are featured on Sunday. ...More

What They're Saying: Bob Lilley

"Rochester was ahead of the curve in the late 1990s and the rest of the country is now there, We have to show that we can play at a high level and excite the crowd as those teams did back in the day. That's a challenge. The crowd here is somewhat sophisticated and has high standards. They've seen a dominant team and that's what they want to see when they go to the games. It's our job to try and give them what they want.'' -- Rochester Rhinos head coach Bob Lilley on the USL city that was once mentioned ...More


MLS = Mostly Low Scoring. That's a Problem.

The American fan has an extensive menu of soccer available this and every weekend, as U.S. TV coverage includes games from England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain - and, of course, our MLS. ...More


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