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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, July 22, 2016
Three times a year comes the question: will New York be red or blue? The Hudson River Derby rivals meet again Sunday in a series that has yet to produce a tie in five previous meetings and in 2016 has resulted in a 7-0 Red Bulls romp and 2-0 NYCFC ... Read the whole story
U.S. forward Christen Press recalls her first season of organized soccer, during which she managed "zero touches on the ball, zero completed passes and zero goals" in "The Flower Girl," part of U.S. Soccer's new animated video series featuring the Olympic-bound U.S. women. Read the whole story
The USA plays its last game before it heads off to the Rio Olympics when it hosts Costa Rica Friday at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas. Temperatures are expected to be 95 degrees at kickoff (8 p.m. CT), in sharp contrast to Belo Horizonte, site of the USA's ... Read the whole story
The San Jose Earthquakes will have their Panamaniacs available for a game at Real Salt Lake Friday. Red cards issued to Panama internationals Anibal Godoy and Alberto Quintero last week by referee Alejandro Mariscal have been rescinded by the Independent Review Panel of the MLS Disciplinary Committee. Read the whole story
The first player signed by Orlando City after the hiring of head coach Jason Kreis has actually been with the team for a while. Uruguayan centerback Jos Aja, 23, has been signed to a six-month loan with an option to buy his rights from Montevideo powerhouse Nacional, which had already ... Read the whole story
FC Cincinnati set a USL single-season attendance record when it drew 16,127 fans Wednesday at Nippert Stadium for its game against the New York Red Bulls II. The crowd pushed the expansion team's season total to 164,109 fans with five games to play, more than than the record of 158,516 ... Read the whole story
Emerson Hyndman, who joined Premier League club Bournemouth from Fulham as a free agent in the offseason, is out with an ankle injury that might sideline him the rest of the Cherries' preseason.The 20-year-old Hyndman will have his injury examined when he returns to England following Bournemouth's trip to Minnesota, ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Patrick Vieira

"I don't care at all about that game. I think it is really frustrating because you're losing players who go to an exhibition game. We have games that are more important than that exhibition game." -- New York City FC coach Patrick Vieira, expressing his displeasure with two of his stars, David Villa and Andrea Pirlo, heading off next week to the AT&T MLS All-Star Game. (Empire of Soccer) ...More

What They're Saying: Axel Sjoberg

"I don't think I have to sell myself to Dominic Kinnear. He picked the team and I'm sure he had a reason for all of those picks. I would've liked the nomination. It's always a privilege as a player. But no matter what, I'm going to keep working hard this season." -- Second-year defender Axel Sjoberg, a big part of the Colorado Rapids' success, on  being passed over by Kinnear, the MLS All-Star coach, for the AT&T; All-Star Game against Arsenal. (MLSSoccer.com) ...More


Toronto FC must rebound after embarrassing defeat for crucial home stand

After an eight-game road trip to open the season, Toronto FC is in a playoff spot yet looking forward to moving further up the standings with a run of four straight games at BMO Field. ...More


New Spain coach Lopetegui preaches evolution, not revolution

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