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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Oct. 24, 2016
FC Dallas is two-thirds the way toward the first treble in MLS history ... Seattle made the playoffs after being 10 points below the red line at the MLS All-Star break ... Portland became just the third MLS Cup champion that failed to make the playoffs the next season ... Read the whole story
Former Georgetown star Brandon Allen scored three goals and added an assist as New York Red Bulls II defeated the Swope Park Rangers, 5-1, in the 2016 USL Cup final. NYRBII became the first MLS-owned USL team to win the USL title. Read the whole story
Liverpool's German coach Jurgen Klopp amused himself after misunderstanding a postgame question following his team's 2-1 win over West Brom. Read the whole story
The USA overcame an early deficit to hammer Switzerland, 5-1, before 23,400 fans at Minneapolis' U.S. Bank Stadium and improve its record to 20-0-2 in 2016. Read the whole story
MLS broke its record for average attendance for the third year in a row, finishing with an average of 21,692. It also set a record for most fans in a single day with 283,807 fans on Decision Day. Read the whole story
FC Dallas won the MLS Supporters' Shield when it tied the LA Galaxy, 0-0. Philadelphia clinched the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, while Seattle, Real Salt Lake and Sporting KC claimed the final berths in the Western Conference. Read the whole story
Christian Pulisic came off the bench to set up one goal and score the tying goal himself in stoppage time as Borussia Dortmund rallied from 3-1 down for a dramatic 3-3 tie at FC Ingolstadt ... Andre Wooten scored his fourth goal of the season for Sandhausen ... Texan Keaton ... Read the whole story
Former U.S. national team star Lauren Holiday is recovering after having successful surgery at Duke University Hospital to remove a benign tumor from the right side of her brain, according to reports. It came less than a month after she gave birth to a healthy baby girl, allowing doctors to ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Jose Mourinho

"This gesture, at 1-0, OK. Not at 4-0. It is a humiliation." -- Jose Mourinho, caught on a television microphone, rebuking Chelsea manager Antonio Conte in their post-game exchange for urging the Stamford Bridge fans on to cheer with the score 4-0 for the Blues in Mourinho's long-awaited homecoming with Manchester United. (New York Times) ...More

What They're Saying: Georgia teen Reuben Nsemoh

"My friends would always talk to me in Spanish and would teach me. I wasn't perfect, but my brother is a really fluent Spanish speaker. So he kind of inspired me with that, too." -- Georgia teen Reuben Nsemoh, who woke up from a coma speaking only in Spanish -- a language he'd never spoken fluently before -- after he was kicked in the head during a soccer game. The Kalonji Soccer Academy keeper said he may have subconsciously recalled fluent Spanish conversations he overheard from his friends and brother. (WSB Radio) ...More

North Korea claims U-17 Women's World Cup title

North Korea beat defending champion Japan, 5-4, in a penalty kick shootout in the final to win the 2016 U-17 Women's World Cup. Spain took third place thanks to a 4-0 win over Venezuela. ...More

The Mauro Diaz tragedy: MLS at fault

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