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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014
[NEW IN MLS: Outside Midfielders] More than half of MLS's 19 teams -- including five playoff teams -- have brought in new players who should challenge for starting jobs as outside midfielders in 2014. None would be considered game changers. Several could plug in holes at more than one position. ... Read the whole story
[MLS 2014 COUNTDOWN] Given the economic problems facing Spanish soccer, it was only a matter of time before the exodus of players to MLS began. Not big stars like Xavi, the subject of speculation about a move to one of the New York clubs, but journeyman players who still have ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] MLS rivals New York and Philadelphia will play Wednesday at Jacksonville's EverBank Field, the home of the NFL Jaguars. The match will be streamed live on www.newyorkredbulls.com (live at 6 p.m. ET). It will be the last preseason game for both teams before they begin play next week at ... Read the whole story
[NASL 2014 COUNTDOWN] Minnesota United FC added its fourth Brazilian with the signing of 32-year-old midfielder Juliano Vicentini from Audax Sao Paulo, a Sao Paulo-based club. Read the whole story
[DALLAS CUP] Dr Pepper Dallas Cup has added a Super 17s division for the 2014 tournament that will mark its 35th anniversary. Composed of six U.S. and six foreign clubs, the Super 17s bracket will provide the U-17 age group a division similar to the U-19's Gordon Jago Super Group. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] He may have simply been trying to thwart an attack, but Italian fifth division player Domenico Zampaglione managed to turn a slide-tackle into a goal for his team -- from inside his own half! Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"[MLS] is not technically one of the best in the world but, undoubtedly, it has improved its level with the signing of great players and one important thing is that it is very competitive. For us it was important to have Julio Cesar playing and he'll be playing in a competitive league." -- Brazil’s technical director Carlos Alberto Parreira on Brazil's starting goalkeeper Julio Cesar joining Toronto FC. Parreira coached MLS's MetroStars in 1997. (Bloomberg) ...More

Budweiser to end FA Cup deal

[SOCCER BUSINESS] The English Football Association is seeking a new sponsor for the FA Cup after Budweiser decided not to renew its deal for more than $15 million a year. ...More



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