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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, April 14, 2014
[WORLD CUP 2014 COUNTDOWN] While polls are to be taken with a grain of salt, the Reuters/Ipsos online poll on U.S. interest in the World Cup is sobering. Eighty-six percent of Americans said they either know nothing or only a little bit about the World Cup, and more than two-thirds ... Read the whole story
[MLS: Week 6] By rounding out a superfecta of ties, Real Salt Lake stayed atop the leaderboard even as several rivals tightened up the Soccer America Power Rankings. Previous No. 2 FC Dallas, which had been unbeaten, squandered a 2-1 lead at home and lost to Seattle, 3-2. Colorado and ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK] Clint Dempsey's long-distance free kick and Robbie Keane's close-range volley lead the nominations for the for the AT&T MLS Goal of the Week. Read the whole story
[SOCCER ON THE AIR] Veteran ESPN broadcasters Bob Ley and Mike Tirico be joined by UK-based sports presenter Lynsey Hipgrave of BT Sport as the anchors of ESPN English-language studio shows during the World Cup. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2014 COUNTDOWN] The World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola kicked off its U.S. leg with a ceremony on Monday at the State Department with Vice President Joe Biden, who will be attending the finals in June, and Secretary of State John Kerry, a former college soccer player at ... Read the whole story
[USL PRO: Week 4] Sacramento Republic FC handed LA Galaxy II its first loss in USL PRO with a 3-0 decision on Sunday night at the at the StubHub Center Track and Field Stadium. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"It's just pathetic that they wouldn't let a child have his name on an Easter egg for fear of upsetting Wayne Rooney. I can't imagine Wayne Rooney would care less." -- Jo-anne Scholes, who was unable to purchase an Easter Egg with the name of her son, Rooney Scholes, written on it because the the store feared copyright infringement. Jo-ann, who coincidentally shares a last name with Man United legend Paul Scholes, named her son Rooney and has cats named Cantona and Berbatov. (Manchester Evening News) ...More

Girls soccer handle takes on life of its own

[SOCIAL MEDIA WATCH] SoccerGirlProblems (@SoccerGrlProbs) launched in 2011 to tweet humorously about the soccer problems of three college players is up to 184,000 followers. ...More



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