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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014
If the goal of a referee is to go unnoticed, the two referees in Sunday's MLS conference finals failed miserably. One dominated the post-game conversation for the cards he handed out; the other for the card he didn't use. Read the whole story
Fine goals from Will Johnson, Lee Nguyen, Obafemi Martins and Thierry Henry comprise the finalists for MLS 2014 Goal of the Year, but missing are two goals by Erick "Cubo" Torres we believe easily rank among this season's best. Here are the nominees, and the Cubo goals that don't get ... Read the whole story
Real Salt Lake's Nick Rimando will become the first three-time MLS Save of the Year winner if fans choose his stop over those of Raul Fernandez, Luis Robles and Donovan Ricketts. Read the whole story
Tesho Akindele, who scored seven goals and added three assists for FC Dallas, earned the 2014 AT&T Rookie of the Year Award. He is only the second player from a small college to win the MLS rookie award. Read the whole story
Goals by Englishman Paul Clowes and Costa Rican Diego Campos opened up a two-goal lead for Clemson, and the No. 7 Tigers, the ACC champions, held on to beat Coastal Carolina, 2-1, in the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament second-round match that had been rescheduled because of bad weather on ... Read the whole story
Brazil and Colombia, which faced each other in a hotly contested quarterfinal match at the 2014 World Cup, have been grouped together for the 2015 Copa America in Chile. Mexico was drawn with the hosts while fellow Concacaf team Jamaica, which is making its tournament debut, will open against defending ... Read the whole story
England went 10-for-10 in qualifying for the 2015 Women's World Cup but it is still waiting for its first victory over Germany. The reigning European champions beat England, 3-0, before a record crowd of 45,619 for the first women's match at Wembley Stadium since it re-opened in 2007. Fox will ... Read the whole story
The five-day U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional began Monday at Spanish River Athletic Park in Boca Raton, Florida. Regional teams are competing in four age groups (1997-2000). For the compete rosters. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Sigi Schmid

"I thought we benefited a little bit [from Stott's decisions]. In most games, I think that referee would have pulled that [second] yellow, so I'm not going to pretend I didn’t see that. … Yeah, we were fortunate that Zach stayed on the field." -- Seattle coach Sigi Schmid being honest about his team benefiting from the refereeing of Kevin Stott during Sunday's 1-0 first-leg semifinal loss to Los Angeles. Stott yellow-carded Zach Scott in 37th minute but kept the cards in his pocket when Scott committed more other caution-worthy fouls. ( ...More

Soccer on TV

The penultimate round of UEFA Champions League group play takes place Tuesday and Wednesday and includes a Tuesday Manchester City-Bayern Munich clash. ...More

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