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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017
Bradley Wright-Phillips says he was headed to MLS's Media Day in Manhattan Beach, California, when he got a text on Monday from New York Red Bulls teammate Dax McCarty. The captain informed BWP he had been traded to the Chicago Fire. MLS's leading scorer in 2016 says McCarty will be ... Read the whole story
A former MLS defender is among three players who have agreed to play for NASL expansion team San Francisco Deltas. Canadian international Karl Ouimette, who is in national team training camp this week, comes to the Deltas after MLS stints with Montreal and the Red Bulls, who declined the option ... Read the whole story
Dom Dwyer has Feb. 14 marked on his calendar. It's not only Valentine's Day but will mark five years since Sporting Kansas City's English-born forward received his green card, making him eligible to receive his U.S. citizenship needed to play for the U.S. national team. Read the whole story
Jamie Siaj of 2015 NCAA Division II champion Pfeiffer was taken with the first pick on the second day of the MLS SuperDraft, held by conference call on Tuesday. Fellow Spaniard Santi Moar, another member of Pfeiffer's championship team, was later taken by Philadelphia. Two teams in Round 3 and ... Read the whole story
After seventeen years playing professionally in the USA and Mexico, forward Herculez Gomez has swapped the training field for the television studio. Gomez, 34, announced his retirement Tuesday, officially ending a long career that started in 2000 and after weaving through more than a dozen cities and teams ended with ... Read the whole story
He may be a superstar, but Lionel Messi doesn't take his foot off the pedal in practice, as this short montage of his training-field strikes demonstrates. Read the whole story
The NASL finished its sixth season with 12 teams in November. Within a month, it was looking at a league with as few as six teams. But it will go forward with eight teams in 2017 after it received provisional Division 2 sanctioning from U.S. Soccer on Jan. 5. Interim ... Read the whole story
The first Homegrown signing in team history and the man with the most minutes during the last two seasons have signed new contracts. Midfielder Tommy Thompson and defender Marvell Wynne will be wearing the Quakes' colors in 2017. Here are all the positional rosters by club. Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Tim Howard

"I know there were players that came in that it didn't matter as much to. If you get enough of those players, one or two can get found out, but if you get enough of those players you lose sight of what you are all about. While it was a good idea in theory, it had its flaws. Bruce will 100 percent get that back." -- U.S. national team goalkeeper Tim Howard, saying the identity of the national team program was either lost, or at least obscured, under Jurgen Klinsmann, who oversaw an influx of U.S. players born and raised ...More

What They're Saying: Kei Kamara

"People watch 'The Bachelor.' I sit there and I go, 'Why? Why are you watching that?'" -- New England's Sierra Leone-born Kei Kamara, asked at MLS's Media Day to name some aspect of life in the United States he still just doesn't get. ...More


An American coach thrives in Germany -- Californian Joe Enochs

If VfL Osnabruck keeps up its fine form, chances are good that it will win promotion to the German second division. Its head coach is American Joe Enochs, who left California 22 years ago to pursue a pro playing career after college ball at Sacramento State. ...More



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