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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, May 31, 2011
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Coming out of the Memorial Day weekend, three of the 18 MLS teams have just one win, and two of them have changed head coaches. Hours after Vancouver (1-5-6) announced it had dismissed Teitur Thordarson came word another coach under fire, Chicago's Carlos de los Cobos, had been ... Read the whole story
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Whether or not the hiring of two former MLS head coaches was a contingency plan by Vancouver ownership, that's the direction team management has taken. Read the whole story
[MLS] A high-scoring Memorial Day weekend ended with a five-goal fiesta in which D.C. United broke Portland's perfect league mark at Jeld-Wen Field Sunday. Read the whole story
[MLS GOLEADORES] Rookies Michael and Gabriel Farfan, the first twins to be signed by an MLS team, each scored their first MLS goals within a week as the previously low-scoring Philadelphia Union struck eight goals in two games. ... Landon Donovan extended his lead in the scorer's race. ... For ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] The Vancouver Whitecaps will play their first game under new coach Tom Soehn on Wednesday when they travel to Chivas USA. For all the action ... Read the whole story
[GOLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Swedish-based midfielder Alejandro Bedoya has been called into the U.S. national team camp in preparations for the upcoming friendly against Spain and the Gold Cup. The move follows the ankle injury Benny Feilhaber suffered in the New England Revolution's 1-0 loss to Los Angeles. Read the whole story
[FIFA IN CRISIS] A day after he was cleared of ethics charges and two days after his rival for the FIFA presidency, Mohamed Bin Hammam, threw in the towel, you would have expected 75-year-old Sepp Blatter to be in a good mood. But he was far from it during a ... Read the whole story
[FIFA IN CRISIS] Jack Warner unleashed his "tsunami" on FIFA following the decision of its ethics committee to suspend former FIFA presidential candidate Mohamed bin Hammam, two Caribbean Football Union officials and him. Warner claimed FIFA President Sepp Blatter gave Concacaf $1 million to "spend as it deems fit" over ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Of course, it was difficult. But what is more difficult is to ignore the fact that attempts were made to suborn members -- it really wasn't a choice. I said to Jack: 'What are you doing? In 21 years, we have never bought a vote.' Once you have done that you have let the genie out of the bottle and for any issue, people will say: 'OK, how much are you putting on the table?"' -- American Chuck Blazer, the Concacaf general secretary, saying he felt obliged to turn in longtime colleague, Concacaf president Jack Warner, and Asian Football Confederation ...More


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