Join Now | 
HomeAboutContact UsPrivacy & SecurityAdvertise
Soccer America DailySpecial EditionAround The NetSoccer Business InsiderCollege Soccer ReporterYouth Soccer ReporterSoccer on TVSoccer America Classifieds
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalkSoccer America ConfidentialYouth Soccer InsiderWorld Cup Watch
RSS FeedsArchivesManage SubscriptionsSubscribe
Order Current IssueSubscribeManage My SubscriptionRenew My SubscriptionGift Subscription
My AccountJoin Now
Tournament CalendarCamps & AcademiesSoccer GlossaryClassifieds
Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, April 8, 2008
Can it be coincidence that the rumors of Thierry Henry perhaps heading to Seattle sooner rather than later surfaced at about the same time was announced the team nickname, which turns out to be a paragon of compromise? There's nothing like a convenient distraction. After months of heated discussions among ... Read the whole story
[IN THE SPOTLIGHT] A German team hasn't lifted the European Champions League title since Bayern Munich's victory in 2001. Schalke 04, the lone German club among this year's quarterfinalists, faces an uphill battle, going to Barcelona Wednesday after falling, 1-0, at home last week in the first leg of their ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Defender Oguchi Onyewu's headed goal with four minutes left gave Standard Liege a 1-0 win over Excelsior Mouscron to solidify its lead at the top of the Belgian Jupiler League to nine points. In the Netherlands last weekend, Heerenveen, with Michael Bradley, helped its chances to qualify for ... Read the whole story
[REF WATCH] Robert Hoyzer, the key figure in Germany's 2004 game-fixing scandal, must pay the German soccer federation $1,086 per month for 15 years as compensation for damages the DFB incurred. Read the whole story
[ROSTER] Coach Thomas Rongen has named a 21-man roster for the U.S. U-20 men's national team's trip to Portugal, where it will play three games in Campos Verdes International Tournament April 13-19. The Americans will face Northern Ireland, the Cape Verde Islands and Portugal. The U.S. squad includes six European-based ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I really appreciate the apology published in the Daily Star. The truth is now coming out - finally. I am looking forward to a quick and positive conclusion to my claims against the other newspapers who published lies about me." -- Italy defender Marco Materazzi after the settlement of a libel suit against British tabloid The Daily Star, which printed an apology to Materazzi and agreed to pay him undisclosed damages for having reported that he goaded Zinedine Zidane with racial abuse before the French captain head-butted him during the 2006 World Cup final. The Daily Star also agreed to ...More


Recent Most Read Stories