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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] The Seattle Sounders made their biggest move yet of the offseason with the move that sent Eddie Johnson to D.C. United, but their general manager, minority owner Adrian Hanauer, said more moves are to come as the club wrestles with the fallout from issues related to salary cap ... Read the whole story
[MLS 2014 COUNTDOWN] D.C. United and Toronto FC, last and next to last in the Eastern Conference, respectively, continued their rebuilding efforts with the acquisition of U.S. internationals. D.C. concluded the much-anticipated deal for Eddie Johnson, acquired from Seattle, while Toronto picked up defender Justin Morrow from San Jose. Read the whole story
[MLS RE-ENTRY PROCESS Stage 2] One of the most active Re-Entry Drafts concludes Wednesday with Stage 2. The list of 68 player eligible for selection is down to 48, which includes Pablo Mastroeni, Kevin Hartman and Chris Albright, who have all announced plans to retire. Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] A week after it announced the acquisition of DaMarcus Beasley from Puebla, Mexican club Queretaro stated the deal had fallen through. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Germany's Bild newspaper dubbed Dortmund's Marci Reus "Rambo" after he bulldozed an assistant referee, but to be fair, Hoffenheim's Jannik Vestergaard shoved Reus into the official. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Whining about the miles the U.S. soccer men will travel in World Cup group play. Are they traveling by burro?" -- From San Francisco Chronicle writer Scott Ostler's column titled "Nominations for overdue extinction." ...More

What They're Saying

"If something was proven I would be willing to go out into the street and, I know this is a strong thing to say, I would kill myself. Anyone who knows me knows that I can't stand to lose even a practice game, not even a game of cards with my friends." -- Former Italy and AC Milan midfielder Gennaro Gattuso rejects accusations of his alleged involvement in game-fixing. (Sky Sport Italia via PA Sport) ...More



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