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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Nov. 25, 2011
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] To the victors go the spoils, and in the case of the Los Angeles Galaxy, most of the awards as well. Bruce Arena's selection as Coach of the Year confounded some observers, who believed that other coaches did as much or more with a lot less to work ... Read the whole story
[MLS EXPANSION DRAFT] Some surprises and a few no-brainers marked Montreal's selections in the 2012 Expansion Draft on Tuesday. Read the whole story
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] MLS clubs waived 31 players on Wednesday, and only one of them found a new home. Philadelphia signed Tanzanian midfielder Nizar Khalfan after being waived by Vancouver. Wayne Rooney's brother, John, was one of six players New York waived. Toronto FC led all clubs with seven players placed ... Read the whole story
[MLS 2012] Fans and players had hoped otherwise, but rather than install a grass surface at CenturyLink Field, the Sounders and NFL Seahawks have again opted for FieldTurf. This decision keeps the number of MLS teams playing on artificial surfaces at four: New England, Seattle, Portland and Vancouver. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Edgar Castillo is on the move again, leaving Club America on loan to Tijuana, his sixth club in the last three years. Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Wednesday: What it means ...] APOEL Nicosia completed its improbable journey to the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League when it became the first Cypriot team to advance thanks to its 0-0 tie at Zenit St. Petersburg. For a look at the rest of Wednesday's action ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I've really got a female starting at center back. Can you imagine that in England or Spain?" -- Thomas Rongen, coach of American Samoa's national team whose backline for its historic 2-1 win over Tonga in World Cup 2014 qualifying included Johnny Saelua, who is believed to be the first transgender athlete to compete in a World Cup qualifying match. Saelua is part of the fa'afafine, biological males who have a strong feminine gender orientation and are widely accepted in Polynesian culture. American Samoa had lost all 30 of its previous international matches by a combined score of 229-12, including ...More


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