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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Feb. 17, 2014
[MLS SPOTLIGHT] So far, so good for new-look (again) Chivas USA. Last season saw the club undergo a makeover with the importation of players en masse from parent club Chivas de Guadalajara and departure of the 13 non-Mexicans in preseason. It now heads to the final phase of preseason unbeaten ... Read the whole story
[THIS WEEK IN SOCCER: Feb. 17-23] The UEFA Champions League moves into the knockout phase with Manchester City-Barcelona on Tuesday and Arsenal-Bayern Munich Wednesday, while MLS teams get serious about preseason with the start of four tournaments across the country. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2014 COUNTDOWN] Problems are popping up right and left for World Cup organizers. FIFA has set Tuesday as the day it will announce whether it will pull the plug on Curitiba and move its four group games to other cities. Meanwhile, in Cuiaba and Recife ... Read the whole story
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Just how strong the impact of Olympic coverage on NBCSN is on other programming was evident by the viewership for the same-day replay of the Feb. 8 Liverpool-Arsenal Premier League match that drew the network's third largest audience of the season. Read the whole story
[NWSL] Defender Stephanie Catley is the latest young Australian international to join the NWSL, signing with the champion Portland Thorns FC from the Melbourne Victory, which she has captained at the age of 20 to Sunday's W-League Grand Final against Brisbane Roar. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] We've enjoyed a good number of animal field invasions, such as last year's goalscoring dog ("Gol de Perro"). But last weekend's canine interloper, who interrupted a River Plate-Rosario game in Argentina, left a less glorious impression on the field in this clip titled "Perro se ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I do not want to go into silly, disrespectful remarks. I never spoke about him in my press conference and I will not start now. The only thing I know is it is more embarrassing for Chelsea than for me. I am embarrassed for him." -- Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger on being called a "specialist in failure" by Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho. (Mirror) ...More

Attention: Soccer camp directors

Have you set dates for your 2014 camps? Register for the Soccer America Camps & Academies directory, Soccer America's popular e-letter. For more information ... ...More



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