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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014
General manager Garth Lagerwey is not even out the door -- his future home is reported to be the Seattle Sounders -- but Real Salt Lake has already named a successor to head the technical side of the perennial MLS contender. Assistant coach Craig Waibel has been promoted to the ... Read the whole story
The 2015 Gold Cup will be played in many of the usual cities -- 11 of the 12 U.S. venues have hosted games previously -- but the Concacaf tournament will expand into Canada for the first time with matches at Toronto's BMO Field. The defending champion USA will play its ... Read the whole story
Tab Ramos named 20 players to travel to Honduras on Monday as part of preparations for the Concacaf Under-20 Championship in January but before the team even arrived two players dropped out. For more on the U-20s, plus the Concacaf U-17 championship schedule, National League boys play and Super Y ... Read the whole story
Longtime UMBC coach Pete Caringi, who led the Retrievers to their first Men's College Cup, and Mark Krikorian, who coached Florida State to its first women's national championship, are among the 2014 NSCAA Coach of the Year winners. For all the coach, high school and youth recipients. Read the whole story
Univision's coverage of the second leg of the Liga MX final between Club America and Tigres averaged 3 million viewers, making it the most-viewed Liga MX Apertura final since 2006 on any network. It was also the most-viewed club soccer match on any U.S. network in 2014. Read the whole story
This is turning out to be a year fraught with nostalgia for USA soccer fans. Another icon has called it quits. The greatest player to wear the shirt, Landon Donovan, announced his retirement from not just the national team but the pro gig altogether back in August. On Monday, one ... Read the whole story
Bastia midfielder Guillaume Gillet unleashed quite a shot at the upper corner of Rennes' goal -- but goalkeeper Benoit Costil made a super save, a big surprise for Gillet, who had already embarked on his celebration sprint. Read the whole story
Alexi Lalas, the longtime ESPN analyst, became the latest addition to the Fox Sports stable of soccer analysts as it beefs up its staffing for 2015 when it will again cover MLS and the U.S. national team and take over from ESPN as the FIFA English-language rights holder. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Craig Waibel

"Right now, I don't know what I don't know. The first lesson is to learn what I don't know. The second is to start attacking those things and really improve upon them." -- New Real Salt Lake technical director Craig Waibel, who was just a year ago an assistant coach at his alma mater, the University of Washington. (Salt Lake Tribune) ...More

What They're Saying: Thierry Henry

"How many comebacks do you make? It would have turned into a bad movie. It would have been like the film Rocky, you like the first one but what about the last one?" -- Thierry Henry, after announcing his departure from the New York Red Bulls, dismissed prolonging his career with a return to Arsenal. He has instead signed a multi-million dollar deal to work as a Sky Sports analyst. (Telegraph) ...More

Soccer on TV

Wednesday Action Includes: A Bournemouth-Liverpool English League Cup encounter and San Lorenzo vs. Auckland City in the Club World Cup semis. ...More

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