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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, July 22, 2016
The 35-year Russian star Andrey Arshavin, who played for Arsenal in 2009-2013, now plies his trade in Kazakhstan and scored this golazo, juking defenders with a back-heel first touch and a swift cutback before lobbing the Taraz's goalkeeper during a 3-1 win for his team, Kairat. Read the whole story
Zack Steffen, who starred for the USA at the 2015 Under-20 World Cup, signed with the Columbus Crew as a Discovery Player following his transfer from German club Freiburg. The 2-1year-old goalkeeper had signed with Freiburg after his second season at Maryland in 2014 but was limited to 14 appearances ... Read the whole story
FC Dallas remained first in the MLS Supporters' Shield race, three points ahead of the Colorado Rapids, when it tied the Rapids, 1-1. The race tightened in the Eastern Conference, where the New York Red Bulls and Montreal Impact won big. The Impact's Didier Drogba and Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco ... Read the whole story
The USA closed out its preparations for the Olympic women's soccer tournament on Friday when it defeated Costa Rica, 4-0, before 12,635 fans at Children's Mercy Park. Read the whole story
Why did Borussia Dortmund spend a reported $15 million to get 19-year-old Ousmane Dembele from French club Rennes? Watch how he takes the ball at midfield, feints so well that Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo falls on his backside, before scoring in a 4-1 friendly win. Read the whole story
Arsenal's preliminary list of players who will travel to the United States includes American midfielder Gedion Zelalem, who is battling for a first-team spot after spending a year on loan at Scottish club Rangers. Read the whole story
The USA plays its last game before it heads off to the Rio Olympics when it hosts Costa Rica Friday at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas. Temperatures are expected to be 95 degrees at kickoff (8 p.m. CT), in sharp contrast to Belo Horizonte, site of the USA's ... Read the whole story
Three times a year comes the question: will New York be red or blue? The Hudson River Derby rivals meet again Sunday in a series that has yet to produce a tie in five previous meetings and in 2016 has resulted in a 7-0 Red Bulls romp and 2-0 NYCFC ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Bruce Arena

"We won the game. That's what you do in soccer games. We were on the road in a venue where the team does pretty well at home. What are we complaining about? Then some moron will write that they had more shots than us thinking that's important. Actually, analytics in soccer, if no one here has figured it out, doesn't mean a whole lot. Analytics and statistics are used for people who don't know how to analyze the game. I'll be very honest with you, this isn't baseball or football or basketball. We have a very important analytic, and that's ...More

What They're Saying: Patrick Vieira

"The comment from Jesse during the week had a massive impact on the referees. And of course, that had an impact on the way we played. But you take in doubt the credibility of the referee, it happened the referee sometimes makes the wrong decision. Today he made more decisions in favor of the Red Bulls because the manager had been crying all the week. At the end he got what he wanted." -- New York City coach Patrick Vieira on New York Red Bulls coach Jesse Marsch after the Red Bulls won, 4-1, in a match that saw referee ...More


What They're Saying: Alejandro Bedoya

"Just watched that performance by Seattle vs KC. Still remember them telling me my value & they signed Valdez for double that!" -- U.S. international Alejandro Bedoya, who plays for French club Nantes, after the slumping Seattle Sounders fell at Sporting Kansas City, 3-0. Paraguayan international Nelson Valdez (whose 2016 salary is listed as $ 1.2 million) didn't get off the bench in a game that saw the Sounders tie a record for the fewest shots on goal with just one, in the 88th minute. (Twitter @AleBedoya17) ...More


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