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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, March 30, 2015
Coming off a 3-2 loss to Denmark, which featured another last-game collapse by the Americans, Coach Jurgen Klinsmann is looking for a more fine-tuned effort when the USA faces Switzerland on Tuesday (12 noon ET; Fox Sports 1, UniMas, UDN). Both teams have many lineup questions. Aron Johannsson has left ... Read the whole story
Down to 10 men early in the game, FC Dallas held out for a 0-0 tie with Seattle to retain first place in the Power Rankings. The New York Red Bulls moved into second place by knocking off Columbus, 2-1, and D.C. United stunned the Galaxy, 1-0, in the third ... Read the whole story
The NASL's New York Cosmos have signed 17-year-old Southern California product Haji Wright, who started at striker for the U.S. U-17 national team in its successful quest to qualify for the U-17 World Cup. Read the whole story
Belize, Nicaragua, Bermuda and Dominica wrapped up series victories in the first round of World Cup 2018 qualifying in the Concacaf zone. The closest series involved Belize, which needed a goal from Elroy Kuylen on a free kick to defeat the Cayman Islands, which came into the series ranked 205th ... Read the whole story
Marco Weymans, a 17-year-old Belgian who plays for Dutch club PSV, scored from his own half as Belgium's U-19 national team beat Sweden, 2-0. Read the whole story
An international break for Euro 2016 qualifying in the pursuit of Paris: Reviewing an interesting week for Italy and its coach. Is trouble brewing in the Netherlands? Plus, it was a successful week for the soccer nations of the British Isles. Read the whole story
Freddy Adu has signed a one-year contract with Finnish club KuPS, the 11th club in 12 years in a pro career that began at age 14 with D.C. United. He has not played a league game in 22 months, having last played for Bahia of Brazil in May 2013. Read the whole story
Real Salt Lake remained one of four unbeaten teams in MLS when it beat Toronto FC, 2-1, on Sunday night. Teenager Jordan Allen scored the winning goal in the 89th minute, a minute after Jackson had equalized for TFC. Two games were decided in stoppage time Saturday evening as D.C. ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Thomas Rongen

"On the highest level, I'm not so sure that Jurgen Klinsmann is the right person for the job, quite frankly. Yes, he was a great player. Yes, he was a sexy choice. If I take a look at the 2002 [World Cup] team that almost went to the  final four under Bruce Arena and if I look at the team now, I don't see huge progression. I see a team that lacks identity. That plays different systems. I see a lot of dual-citizen players. There's a lot of things that remain somewhat questionable." -- Thomas Rongen, the Tampa Bay Rowdies ...More

Guus Hiddink, For Whom the Bell Tolls

Even if Euro 2016 qualifying hasn't been as straightforward as anyone imagined, most of the traditional powers will still qualify with ease, thanks to the expanded format. But the biggest beneficiary of all, assuming it can get its act together in the final five games, will no doubt be the Netherlands. The Dutch have been awful almost every time they've played together since Guus Hiddink took over for Louis van Gaal following the World Cup. ...More

MLS exercises in futility

What kind of impact did MLS's decision to play through the March international calendar have this weekend? ...More

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