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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Jan. 30, 2015
D.C. and Orlando City played to a 1-1 draw in preseason action on Friday. Two matches involving MLS clubs are scheduled for Saturday. Read the whole story
Sacramento Republic FC ownership continues to grow with the announcement that San Francisco 49ers owner and CEO Jed York and other 49ers owners will invest in the USL PRO club, which is pushing to land an MLS franchise. That follows the move by the NBA Sacramento Kings to join the ... Read the whole story
Four months ahead of the 2015 Women's World Cup, the USA heads to Europe for friendlies against fellow qualifiers France and England. Coach Jill Ellis' 24-player roster is missing three veterans -- Megan Rapinoe, Christie Rampone and Hope Solo. Alex Morgan, out injured since October, appears ready for a return ... Read the whole story
Out-of-market packages MLS Live, MLS's subscription streaming service, and MLS Direct Kick, MLS's cable and satellite premium service, will return for the 2015. MLS's new television deal with its network partners called for out-of-market games to air online at ESPN3, but that move announced last May has been shelved for ... Read the whole story
The New England Revolution got a boost for its MLS title hopes when 22-year-old Juan Agudelo agreed to return to the club. The U.S. international had spent part of the 2013 season with the Revs, who retained his MLS rights because he left as a free agent. Columbus acquired 22-year-old ... Read the whole story
On Saturday, two of the most expensive teams money can buy will square off in a game that may decide who wins the world's richest soccer league, but several A-list stars will be unavailable on both sides when Manchester City visits Chelsea for the EPL's biggest tilt all season. Read the whole story
Kasey Palmer, an 18-year-old midfielder, scored this beautiful goal in U-21 action against West Ham. Read the whole story
Milton Aimi played a variety of roles in spurring the growth of soccer in Texas and served as U.S. Soccer Federation vice president. His contributions to the American game spanned more than five decades and earned him National Soccer Hall of Fame Builder honors. He died at age 88 on ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Paul Rogers

"Did I want to pull out [of the U.S. team] this close to a World Cup? No. I by no means wanted to leave U.S. Soccer this close to a World Cup, but you don't get to choose these things." -- Paul Rogers, the U.S. women's national team goalkeeper coach since 2009, on leaving the team to take a job as the goalkeeper coach with MLS's Houston Dynamo. Rogers says the move is unrelated to the 30-day suspension of Hope Solo. None of Solo's backups have world championship experience. (SI.com) ...More

Americans take stock of 2015 opener

The USA twice took the lead against Chile Wednesday but lost for the third straight time. We hear from the man in charge plus examine the reality of the situation. ...More


What They're Saying: Bob Gansler

"I'm doing fine. I recovered quite quickly, to their surprise. I was able to leave (the hospital) faster than they thought. … Everybody is admonishing me not to rush it. I have a ranch home so there are no steps to climb. Soon I will be at my annoying best." -- Former U.S. national team coach Bob Gansler, who suffered a stroke last Saturday. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) ...More


Tony DiCicco: Hope Solo has used up her bonus points
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