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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016
On Sept. 18, Fox Sports will air two live MLS matches --  Sporting Kansas City-LA Galaxy (2 p.m. ET) and Toronto FC-New York Red Bulls (5 p.m. ET) -- adjacent to regional NFL broadcasts as part of a joint MLS-NFL lineup, marking the first time in MLS history that a ... Read the whole story
Cascadia Cup rivals Seattle and Portland meet Sunday at Providence Park for the second time in eight days with just a point separating them in the Western Conference. Going through full training Wednesday were midfielder Ben Zemanski and defender Zarek Valentin. Both last played competitively July 31 in a 1-0 ... Read the whole story
Nine U.S.-based players -- five in MLS, three in the USL and one in the NASL -- have been included in the Trinidad & Tobago team that will face Guatemala and the United States in World Cup 2018 qualifying. Coach Stephen Hart has one newcomer to the squad: Canadian-born goalkeeper ... Read the whole story
Add 2015-16 UEFA Goal of the Season to Lionel Messi's large collection of honors. His goal against Roma in Champions League play beat out strikes by Portuguese futsal star Ricardinho and Swiss midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri. Read the whole story
If 35-year-old Hope Solo, suspended for six months on Wednesday for her comments after the USA-Sweden match at the Rio Olympics, has played her last game for the U.S. women's national team, she will have exited as the greatest women's goalkeeper of all time. But that will be tarnished by ... Read the whole story
MLS Supporters' Shield leader FC Dallas escaped with a 2-1 win over Nicaragua's Real Esteli at home in their opening Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League match, but it could only draw, 1-1, in the return match in Esteli. Read the whole story
In five games, the Seattle Sounders have made up nine of the 10-point deficit they had with Portland in sixth place in the Western Conference. A big reason for that is newcomer Nicolas Lodeiro, who scored the stoppage-time equalizer in the 1-1 tie at Houston. But the Sounders could have ... Read the whole story
Toronto FC moved into the lead in MLS's Eastern Conference when it won, 2-1, at Orlando City. Sebastian Giovinco recorded his 12th and 13th assists of the season, setting up Tosaint Ricketts and Jozy Altidore, who has scored in five of the last six games. TFC opened up a two-point ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Laura Harvey

"It's about someone's livelihood. It's about their career. Irrelevant of what the decision is and who made the decision, it's somebody's life and somebody's career. As a human being, getting the information that Hope got yesterday, I'm sure it was devastating for her. I'm trying to be mindful of that more than anything." -- Seattle Reign coach Laura Harvey, who was unsure about the return of star keeper Hope Solo for Saturday's NWSL game against Portland. Solo's contract with the U.S. national team was terminated on Wednesday, but she is free to play in the NWSL. (Seattle Times) ...More

What They're Saying: Alex Morgan

"The players don't control any of the consequences that happen, that are enforced by U.S. Soccer. So, it's a bummer that happened to one of my teammates, but at the same time I don't agree with the things that she said in the Olympics." -- Alex Morgan on the six-month suspension of longtime U.S. teammate Hope Solo for remarks made after the USA's loss to Sweden at the Olympics. (Orlando Sentinel) ...More


What They're Saying: Bruce Arena

"It's not my job to tell you about the Chicago Fire, I'll let the Chicago Fire tell you about them. I haven't spent a lot of time analyzing the Chicago Fire. No disrespect, I'm not as familiar with them so I'd leave it to them to talk about their team." -- Los Angeles Galaxy coach Bruce Arena, not interested in commenting on the opponent in the post-game press conference after a 2-2 tie with the Chicago Fire. (LAGalaxy.com) ...More


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