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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015
Five months after the MLS Players Union and MLS reached an agreement on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, MLS clubs have gone on a spending spree, shelling out millions for new Designated Players and paying some big transfer fees to boot. That leaves veteran union reps like Brad Evans wondering ... Read the whole story
The good news is Real Salt Lake is battling on three fronts. The bad news is it's battling on three fronts, entirely on the road, where it has lost six games in a row. RSL opens the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League Tuesday at Guatemala's Municipal in the second of a ... Read the whole story
Vancouver climbed back on top of the Western Conference by thumping archrival Seattle, 3-0, in its first of eight games in August. Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson believes that thumping an archrival in front of its crowd is the ideal foundation for much-needed momentum. Read the whole story
The crowd of 53,125 for the Seattle-Vancouver match was the Sounders' largest home crowd of the season and the second largest crowd in MLS. Seattle's 3-0 loss was just its second defeat in 13 MLS games when it drew 50,000 or more fans. For the top 10 MLS crowds in ... Read the whole story
The Portland Timbers and 31-year-old Argentine Gaston Fernandez have mutually agreed to parted ways, allowing the midfielder/forward to return to his native Argentina, where he should rejoin Estudiantes with which he had the greatest success in his career. Read the whole story
Orlando City's Brazilian superstar Kaka nutmegged two Columbus Crew foes in a row during his team's 5-2 win last weekend. Read the whole story
Four road teams emerged victorious during a high-scoring week of MLS action, and FC Dallas held the top spot in Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings despite a 2-0 loss at Chicago that snapped a five-game winning streak. Read the whole story
After the highest-scoring weekend of 2015 MLS soccer -- 41 goals in 10 Week 22 games -- the five finalists for AT&T Goal of the Week are Nick DeLeon and Taylor Kemp of D.C. United, Pa Modou Kah (Vancouver Whitecaps), Ignacio Piatti (Montreal Impact) and Bradley Wright-Phillips (Red Bulls). Read the whole story

Soccer on TV

Tuesday starts a busy week of play. Real Salt Lake is the first MLS team in action in the Concacaf Champions League. ...More

What They're Saying: Abby Wambach

"Look, we're not talking about wanting to be paid just like the men. We understand their World Cup brings in billions and billions of dollars. But we also understand that our World Cup has found success, not just this year but the previous World Cup in Germany. It is my expectation that [FIFA will] start stepping up to the plate and start paying these women a little bit more so they don't have to have a second job. So their World Cup championships will be closer to what the men are getting paid." -- Abby Wambach on closing the disparity ...More

What They're Saying: Cristiano Ronaldo

"Do you want me to be honest? It doesn't worry me at all. I do my profession, my job, I give me all for my club ... the rest doesn't matter to me." -- Cristiano Ronaldo, unwilling to discuss the FIFA corruption scandal during a press conference he eventually walked out on after a reporter refused to drop the subject. (Guardian) ...More

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