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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 17, 2010
[MLS] With the passing of the MLS trade deadline/roster freeze date on Wednesday, the deals are done and the teams are what they are with six weeks of play remaining. Many teams simply closed up shop by filling out their rosters with an academy player, and there weren't many major ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] The New York Red Bulls' acquisition of veteran defender Carey Talley was the final move before Wednesday's MLS roster freeze deadline. Since the summer transfer window closed on Aug. 15, clubs signed 19 players: seven from academy programs, five via league trades, four from lower-tiered teams and ... Read the whole story
[WPS] Six years after Tonya Antonucci began her crusade to relaunch women's pro soccer, she is stepping away. At the close of a tumultuous second season that saw two teams fold and attendance drop by 23 percent, she is leaving her post as commissioner of Women's Professional Soccer. She spoke ... Read the whole story
Playing with 10 men after the ejection of Brek Shea in the 29th minute, FC Dallas was within eight minutes of beating the New York Red Bulls, but it had to settle for a 2-2 tie when Jair Benitez scored an own goal. The tie extended FCD's unbeaten streak to ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Scottish club Celtic has announced that Adrian Ruelas, a member of the U.S. under-20 national team, will join the club as part of exchange program with Ruelas' Mexican club, Santos. Read the whole story
[AWARDS] Three Women's Professional Soccer awards went to FC Gold Pride players, including Brazilian star Marta, who repeated as the winner of the Michelle Akers Player of the Year. Read the whole story
[WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] Current or WPS players scored goals to lead England, France and Norway into the 2011 Women's World Cup finals in Germany, while Sweden, which started four WPS players, captured the fourth European berth with a late rally at Denmark. Read the whole story


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"I had heard he could put somebody down with one finger. Stupidly, I asked him to show me in front of the all the little kids I was coaching at the camp. So he says, 'Grab my arm.' I do, and he gets me with one hand and takes one finger to my shoulder, pushes down and my knees buckle. I flop to the ground, all the kids are laughing at me. After that, I was like, all right, coach, whatever you say."-- FC Dallas defender Ugo Ihemelu on his coach, Schellas Hyndman, a 10th-degree black belt in karate. (The ...More

Soccer America Men's Top 25 Scoreboard

[RESULTS] No. 1 Akron beat Cincinnati, 1-0, to extend its shutout streak to 10 games, just one shy of matching the record of 11, held by Virginia (2009) and Furman (2002). No. 14 Creighton and No. 18 both won, 3-2, in overtime over Bradley and San Diego, respectively. Cal State Bakersfield and UC Irvine both lost for the first time this season. For the complete Top 25 schedule ... ...More


Soccer America Women's Top 25 Scoreboard

[RESULTS] No. 5 Virginia lost for the first time this season when it fell at West Virginia, 1-0. Colorado upset No. 10 UCLA, 1-0, on Izzy Herzl's overtime goal. No. 21 Illinois beat No. 16 Louisville, 3-0, to hand the Cardinals their first loss of the season. UCF crushed No. 19 Arizona State, 5-0. For the Top 25 schedule ... ...More



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