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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Jan. 7, 2011
[MLS] Can Aron Winter turn Toronto FC into a bastion of Total Soccer, or will the former Dutch international be more like compatriot Ruud Gullit? TFC has changed course, again, by selecting Winter as head coach and technical director; in essence, he replaces manager/director of soccer operations Mo Johnston and ... Read the whole story
[MLS] The MLS SuperDraft has been cut from four rounds to three, with the Supplemental Draft returning after a two-year hiatus. Each will be three rounds. Just why this is being done hasn't been clarified; in its statement released Tuesday confirming the new format, MLS simply said feedback from coaches ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Three players -- Matt Eliason (Northwestern), Joao Plata (Liga de Quito) and Steven Beattie (Northern Kentucky) -- have been added to the adidas MLS Player Combine that begins Friday in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. For all the invitees ... Read the whole story
[U.S. SOCCER] Former U.S. women's national team captain and coach April Heinrichs and UCLA women's coach Jillian Ellis have been hired as technical director and development director for the U.S. women's national team program. The hirings follow concerns about the level of talent coming out of the girls program and ... Read the whole story
[FIFA] Chung Mong-Joon, one of FIFA president Sepp Blatter's biggest critics, has lost his position as Asia's vice president of FIFA's executive committee, falling to 35-year-old Crown Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan, 25-20, in a vote of Asian members at the Asian Football Confederation's congress in Doha on ... Read the whole story
[2010 WORLD CUP] For the first time, FIFA reimbursed clubs for the use of their players during the World Cup, handing out $40 million to clubs whose players took part in last year's World Cup. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Icelandic striker Armann Bjornsson of English third-division club Hartlepool looked certain to score his first goal of the season but ... Read the whole story


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