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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, March 19, 2014
[USA MEN] Steve Cherundolo, the best outside back in the history of the U.S. national team, is retiring as a player at the age of 35 because of knee problems. He will remain at German club Hannover 96, which he joined in 1999 out of college and captained in recent ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Timmy Chandler, once Steve Cherundolo's heir apparent at right back for the U.S. national team, will be sidelined for the rest of the 2013-14 Bundesliga season while recovering from a knee injury suffered in Nuremberg's game against Bayern Munich in February. Read the whole story
[COLLEGE WOMEN] Theresa Romagnolo, the head women's coach at Dartmouth for the past three seasons, has been named head women's coach at Notre Dame, replacing Randy Waldrum, who stepped down in January following 15 seasons to become head coach of the NWSL expansion team in Houston. Read the whole story
[USL PRO 2014 COUNTDOWN] Former Akron midfielder Aodhan Quinn, the son of former U.S international Brian Quinn, and St. John's goalkeeper Rafael Diaz have signed with defending champion Orlando City for its last USL PRO season that kicks off Saturday. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] The week's Top 5 goals from La Masia features a goal by 11-year-old Pau Servat in which he beats the keeper with a chip as we have seen many times from Lionel Messi with the club's top team. Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"I got asked this question: 'Do you guys train every day?' And this was someone in the professional soccer world. To have to answer that question shows exactly where we stand." -- New York City FC coach Jason Kreis, who's spending six months in England with parent club Manchester City, gives an example of ignorance of American soccer on the other side of the Atlantic. (New York Times) ...More

Just how special is Julian Green?

I suppose one has to recall Giuseppe Rossi to comprehend the excitement surrounding the decision of Julian Green, currently a fourth division player, to commit to the USA. ...More

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