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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, April 8, 2014
[NASL EXPANSION] Like MLS and USL PRO, the NASL is in expansion mode. It's added teams in 2012 (San Antonio) and 2013 (New York Cosmos), and two new teams -- Indy Eleven and the Ottawa Fury -- will begin play this Saturday. The NASL has plans, not without lots of ... Read the whole story
[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho predicted that his team, problems or no problems up front, would defeat Paris St. Germain in their UEFA Champions League series, and true to his word, the Blues prevailed, 2-0, to oust the French champions on their away goal as the series finished ... Read the whole story
[NWSL] NWSL clubs confirmed their rosters for the 2014 season that begins on Saturday. New players include 2013 FIFA Women's Player of the Year Nadine Angerer at champion Portland, Japanese world champion Nahomi Kawasumi at Seattle, plus three U.S. national team players and 2011 WPS Player of the Year Veronica ... Read the whole story
[USA UNDER-17 MEN] The U.S. under-17 men's national team, which went unbeaten in Sarajevo to win the Josep Katalinski Memorial Tournament, has opened a two-game series against host Croatia with a 1-0 win on Tuesday in the Zagreb suburb of Zapresic. Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] This summer, the LA Galaxy will play Manchester United for the first time when the teams meet in a friendly July 23 at the Rose Bowl. Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] It starts out looking like friendly team juggling by Belgian national team players but ends with striker Eden Hazard shooting out the camera lens. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I don't understand you guys, you are just trying to make a monastery from Ghana soccer and I don't understand." -- Dorian Marin, the Romanian coach of Ghanaian club King Faisal on being banned for seven games for pouring water in the face of a Hearts of Oak player to prevent him from taking a quick throw-in. "It was a professional action to deny them to score against us and it was just water, nothing harmful," added Marin. (GhanaSoccerNet.com) ...More

It's much too soon to bring up the R-word

The growing contingent of MLS players in the national-team pool has prompted fears they will regress in MLS, yet there's no way to properly evaluate that issue now. ...More



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