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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017
Kaka says offseason reports out of Brazil that he'll leave Orlando City at the end of the 2017 MLS season were misconstrued, and he has made no decision about his future after his three-year contract ends."I'm very happy here," he says, "and my idea is to stay here." Read the whole story
Toronto FC teammates Jonathan Osorio and Tosiant Ricketts lead a Canada squad that includes younger players and several seeking their first caps for a match Sunday in Bermuda. Read the whole story
MLS expansion bidders are rushing to garner support for their stadium plans before the league's Jan. 31 deadline to submit bids. There was good news and bad news in St. Louis, where support for public funding of a soccer stadium was described as being "on life support." In Charlotte, county ... Read the whole story
That famous bulls-eye known to shoppers around the country will be prominently displayed on an MLS jersey and in league matches for the first time. Expansion team Minnesota United announced Thursday the department store chain Target will be its official partner and shirt sponsor -- and has also become a ... Read the whole story
In the space of just a few days, the Galaxy has completely revamped its midfield. After signing Sebastian Lletget to a contract extension and using Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) to finalize a deal for Jermaine Jones, the Galaxy has dipped into the TAM fund again to sign midfielder Joao Pedro ... Read the whole story
MLS players will begin returning to their clubs as soon as Saturday. The first preseason friendly will be played less than a week after that in Tucson, Ariz. For the day-by-day schedule. Read the whole story
Honduras coach Jorge Luis Pinto and his Panama counterpart Bolillo Gomez fail the role-model test when they scuffle after Honduras' 1-0 Copa Centroamericana win. Read the whole story
After setting career highs for games played and starts in a season since leaving Germany for MLS in 2013, midfielder Jared Jeffrey has agreed to a new contract. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Joe Greenspan

"Luckily, the higher ups in the Navy and the government made the decision to say we are going to let the guys make careers as professional athletes, while also serving as reservists. I'm grateful for that opportunity they afforded me." -- Joe Greenspan, commissioned as a Surface Warfare Officer on the U.S. Naval destroyer USS Sampson in early 2016, on a change in Navy policy that had required Annapolis graduations to complete five years of active service upon graduation. The policy change for pro athletes will allow him to resume his MLS career at Minnesota United, where he was traded ...More

What They're Saying: Arsene Wenger

"Offside is what makes the team be together. It's a big quality of a team sport. It's an intelligent rule as well where you can use your intelligence. It's very important to keep that in the game." -- Arsenal's Arsene Wenger, one of several EPL managers to oppose to the abolition of the offside rule, the most radical of the ideas for changes to soccer floated by FIFA technical director Marco van Basten. (AP) ...More

What They're Saying: Ryan Hollingshead

"Originally when I hit the concrete I was like, 'I'm going to be out for years if not forever.' So the Lord is good. We definitely attribute my health to him and are so grateful that it's not worse than it is." -- FC Dallas defender Ryan Hollingshead, who was hit by a passing car while helping a stranded motorist on a freeway in Irving and was thrown 30 feet in the air, fracturing three vertebrae in his neck. Remarkably, he didn't need surgery and only needs to stay in a neck brace for 6-10 weeks. (Fox4 News) ...More

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What They're Saying: Tim Howard
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