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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016
U.S. women's national team coach Jill Ellis recalled five regulars who had sat out the Switzerland series for the final game of the year against Romania in November. From the team that went to the Rio Olympics, all but Carli Lloyd, who is getting married, Hope Solo, who is suspended, ... Read the whole story
Emmanuel Boateng made up for a penalty whistled on him that negated the LA Galaxy's early lead with two golazos to lead it to a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake in their Knockout Game on Wednesday. The two goals matched the season total for the 21-year-old Boateng, one of ... Read the whole story
Wade Barrett, who served as the Houston Dynamo interim coach for the last five months, won't get the head coaching job, the Houston Chronicle reported. The Dynamo went 4-7-11 under Barrett and finished with a 7-14-13 record for last place in the Western Conference. Read the whole story
Three days after a 4-1 win over Portland ended a disappointing MLS season for Vancouver, the team ended speculation about the future by announcing a contract extension for head coach Carl Robinson and two of his assistant coaches. The 'Caps won another Cascadia Cup and reached the CCL quarterfinals and ... Read the whole story
Ten years. That's the time it took Toronto FC to finally win its first playoff game. Its three stars -- Jozy Altidore, Sebastian Giovinco and Michael Bradley -- all had roles in Wednesday's 3-1 win over Philadelphia. Next up: No. 2 Eastern Conference seed New York City. Read the whole story
The Seattle Sounders and Sporting Kansas City have been playoff mainstays -- eight straight appearances for the Sounders, six for Sporting -- but will square off in a postseason game for the first time Thursday at CenturyLink Field. One of only three Sporting road wins was at Seattle on opening ... Read the whole story
MLS's Knockout Round concludes Thursday with two games: D.C. United-Montreal and Seattle-Sporting KC. All four teams played in the Knockout Round a year ago and all but Sporting KC, loser of an epic shootout to eventual champion Portland, advanced. Read the whole story
Real Madrid's 26-year-old Nacho scored the goal of the week, a 17-yard scissor kick, on Wednesday in a 7-1 Copa del Rey win over Cultural Leonesa. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Landon Donovan

"If [Lionel] Messi scored a goal like that, people would be talking about it for weeks. These guys have been telling me, since I've been back, that he has that in him. He was terrific and we need him to play like that." -- Landon Donovan on 21-year-old teammate Emmanuel Boateng's winning goal for the LA Galaxy in its 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake in the MLS Knockout Round. ( ...More

What They're Saying: Michael Bradley

"For tonight, every player, every person who is a part of this club, every fan, every person in Toronto, should enjoy it ... then starting tomorrow morning, we're going to get ourselves ready for two tough games against a good team." -- Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley after TFC won its first playoff game in 10 MLS seasons, in its first-ever home playoff game. The 3-1 win over Philadelphia set up an Eastern Conference semifinal series against New York City. ( ...More

What They're Saying: Harvard dean Rakesh Khurana

"As a human being, and a member of the Harvard College community, I am always profoundly disturbed and upset by allegations of sexism, because I feel it is wrong and antithetical to this institution's fundamental values. No one should be objectified." -- Harvard dean of the college Rakesh Khurana, after a member of Harvard's 2012 men's soccer team produced a "scouting report," what is believed to be have been an annual tradition, in sexually explicit terms, evaluating freshmen recruits from the 2012 women's soccer team based on their perceived physical attractiveness and sexual appeal. (Harvard Crimson) ...More

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