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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, June 24, 2016
Chad Barrett scored in the 90th minute to give the San Jose Earthquakes a 1-1 tie with the LA Galaxy in their annual Cali Clasico game at Stanford Stadium that drew 50,816 fans New York City FC moved to within two points of the Eastern Conference lead when it won, ... Read the whole story
The USA finished the Copa America Centenario the same way it had started the tournament: shut out and beaten by Colombia. A better effort notwithstanding, the Americans lost the third-place match, 1-0, while again falling prey to superior guile and talent. Read the whole story
Antoine Griezmann scored two goals four minutes apart to lead host France to a 2-1 win over Ireland, which had led for almost an hour on a penalty kick by Robbie Brady. Also moving into the Euro 2016 quarterfinals were Germany and Belgium, easy winners over Slovakia and Hungary, respectively. Read the whole story
The MLS All-Star Game will be played July 28 in San Jose and every few days the league releases lists of the top vote-getters. The league does not release the number of votes for each player, but the ranking gives an idea of which players are commanding the most support. Read the whole story
The MLS campaign has yet to reach its midpoint yet already teams are facing each other for the third and final team in the regular season. On tap this weekend is San Jose against the LA Galaxy in their annual meeting at Stanford Stadium. D.C. United and the Revs are ... Read the whole story
The USA must quickly get back in the saddle after its disastrous semifinal against Argentina when it faces Colombia Saturday in the Copa Centenario's third-place game at University of Phoenix Stadium. It will get a second chance against the Cafeteros, who won the opening game of the tournament three weeks ... Read the whole story
U.S. women's national team coach Jill Ellis has recalled injured stars Carli Lloyd and Megan Rapinoe, who were among 24 players named to a training camp roster ahead of the match against South Africa July 9 at Soldier Field in Chicago, likely to be the last before she picks her ... Read the whole story
The folks at Fox Soccer created a 90-second montage of Lionel Messi's best touches in Argentina's 4-0 Copa Centenario win over the USA. Read the whole story


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"Every day you learn. You learn about every individual, about your group, about the chemistry, about so many little pieces every day is fascinating in our little world. Definitely, you see players coming through start to bloom; if it's a Bobby Wood, a [DeAndre] Yedlin, a John Brooks and others becoming stronger. It's fun to watch some older ones hanging in there like a Clint [Dempsey] and Jermaine Jones battling there and having a real impact on these teams still." -- Jurgen Klinsmann after the USA fell to Colombia, 1-0, in the third-place game at the Copa Centenario, summing up ...More

What They're Saying: Sunil Gulati

"Our base-line [for average attendance] was 30,000; 35,000 would've been great, and 40,000 beyond our wildest expectation. These are World Cup numbers for an event organized in seven months with 16 teams." -- U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati on the impact of Copa Centenario, which will average more than 46,000 fans a game, on a possible 2026 World Cup bid. (ESPN FC) ...More


What They're Saying: Investment banker Keith Harris

"It was a shock result. There are four players that we can reflect on and the impact they had on their clubs last year, who may not have been able to come in. [N'Golo] Kante, who had a huge impact at Leicester, [Anthony] Martial at Manchester United, [Romelu] Lukaku at Everton and [Dimitri] Payet at West Ham." -- Investment banker Keith Harris, on the impact of the Brexit vote to leave the European Union and on players who would not have played in the Premier League last season had the United Kingdom already left the European Union. (Sky Sports) ...More


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