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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Feb. 27, 2017
Many thought it would never happen. Thirteen years after D.C. United first sought to find a new home for run-down RFK Stadium, its home since MLS's launch in 1996, it broke ground on Monday at Buzzard Point in Southwest Washington on a new soccer stadium -- 20,000-seat Audi Field. United ... Read the whole story
Sporting KC has made the MLS playoffs in each of the last six seasons but it's been one-and-done the last three years, taking a step backward since finishing first in the Eastern Conference in 2011 and 2012 and winning MLS Cup in 2013. That's meant Peter Vermes, the SKC manager, ... Read the whole story
Thanks to goal-line technology, PSV keeper Jeroen Zoet was caught in an error that handed Feyenoord a 2-1 Dutch Eredivisie win. "This is seriously f***** up," he said. "The goal-line technology made the difference." Read the whole story
Fitting all the attacking pieces into an effective system has long perplexed Revs head coach Jay Heaps, who has utilized various alignments and personnel to accommodate an array of players seldom seen on an MLS roster. Read the whole story
The USA took a big step toward qualifying for the 2017 U-20 World Cup with a 1-0 win over Mexico, its first victory against its archrival in more than 30 years at the Concacaf championship. Most impressive, Tab Ramos' boys were in control throughout the match, holding Mexico without a ... Read the whole story
After missing the MLS playoffs for the first time in seven years in 2015, Real Salt Lake came storming back and returned to the postseason in 2016. But a late-season slump -- no wins in its last seven games -- put a damper on the season. The offseason saw one ... Read the whole story
American keeper Zach Steffen and Ghanaian internationals Jonathan Mensah and Mohammed Abu are among the significant changes for Columbus, which last season toppled down the standings and missed the playoffs after reaching the 2015 MLS Cup final. Read the whole story
U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena got good news four weeks before the USA faces Honduras in World Cup 2018 qualifying as center back Geoff Cameron came off the bench in Stoke City's 4-0 loss at Tottenham, his first appearance in four months. For who played and who didn't in ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Miguel Aguilar

"He's targeting people like myself. I think that's grounds to be concerned." -- LA Galaxy midfielder Miguel Aguilar, among the more than 861,000 undocumented immigrants who received protection from deportation under President Barack Obama's DACA program and whose future in the USA is uncertain under President Donald Trump's immigration enforcement policies. (Los Angeles Times) ...More

What They're Saying: Bobby Wood

"Not a good day. First the loss, then the accident. Luckily no one was hurt. I'm fine, too."-- Hamburg SV's American striker Bobby Wood, who after sitting out HSV's 8-0 loss to Bayern Munich with an injury, had a car crash on the way home from the Hamburg airport when a lane-changing taxi rammed his Mercedes G-Class into another car. (Bild) ...More

What They're Saying: Aleksander Ceferin

"It will be part of the evaluation, and I am sure it will not help the United States to get the World Cup. If players cannot come because of political decisions, or populist decisions, then the World Cup cannot be played there. It is true for the United States, but also for all the other countries that would like to organize a World Cup." -- UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin, saying the USA's chances of winning the right to host the 2026 World Cup would be damaged if President Donald Trump's travel restrictions come into full force. (New York Times) ...More

What They're Saying: Francis Kone
Tab Ramos' team on roll heading into Mexico U-20 clash; Women's youth head coaches out
'Time of wonderfulness' ends for Ranieri

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