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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, March 24, 2014
[USA MEN] FIFA has approved the application of German-American Julian Green to switch his association affiliation from Germany, where he played in its youth national team program, to the USA. The approval clears the 18-year-old Bayern Munich winger to play for the USA in the April 2 friendly against Mexico ... Read the whole story
[MLS: Week 3] A tie with the Galaxy in its home opener dropped previous leader Real Salt Lake down a notch in Soccer America's weekly MLS Power Rankings. Idle Houston moved up from the second spot, and Toronto FC, FC Dallas and Seattle also climbed a notch by posting victories. ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] It's a United Nations selection of nominations for AT&T; MLS Goal of the Week with strikes from a Venezuelan, Irishman, Mexican, Costa Rican and Colombian. Read the whole story
[THIS WEEK IN SOCCER: March 24-30] The early-season picture in MLS will clear up after Week 4's six interconference matches, two involving unbeaten teams, plus FC Dallas-Portland. Manchester City will face two huge games on the road in its quest to regain the English Premier League title, while Aron Johannsson ... Read the whole story
[UNDER-17 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] Tournament favorite Japan was joined by surprises Venezuela and Nigeria as the only teams to sweep all three group games at the Under-17 Women's World Cup, which wrapped up first-round play on Sunday. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] We don't much about defender Izaldo of Brazilian club Nautico, but we bet he pines for the days before the viral video -- because he's about be famous for one of the most amusing own goals ever scored. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"If you had a chance to play potentially for a World Cup team, would you say no?" -- Vancouver defender Steven Beitashour, the son of Iranian immigrants who was born and raised in California, on his opportunity to represent Iran at the 2014 World Cup. (New York Times) ...More

Carlsbad Elite claims three National League titles

[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Carlsbad Elite became just the third club to win three or more divisional titles in the same season in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League that wrapped up its 2013-14 girls season Sunday. ...More


Marriner's Mistake -- but FIFA's Fault

The tangled situation and the snap decision that led EPL referee Andre Marriner to red-card the wrong player during Saturday's Chelsea-Arsenal game have been, and will continue to be, argued at tedious length. ...More



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