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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, April 25, 2014
[U.S. OPEN CUP] Weekend games for MLS teams during the World Cup break spice up the 2014 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup tournament, A record field of 80 teams (in the modern era) will contest the major stages of the 101st edition of American soccer's cup competition that kicks off ... Read the whole story
[MLS: Week 8] Without a lot of fanfare, D.C. United finds itself in the thick of things in the Eastern Conference. With a victory on Saturday at RFK Stadium, it will match its season total for 2013 -- a record-low three wins -- but it will beat the best team ... Read the whole story
[MLS EXPANSION] You know MLS stadium plans for Miami are not being positioned well when the local television news segment begins, "The fight over bringing MLS to South Florida ..." Fight? Opponents to David Beckham's proposal for a 25,000-seat stadium include Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, who doesn't oppose MLS ... Read the whole story
[NWSL: Week 3] Sydney Leroux didn't score, and Megan Rapinoe didn't play, but that didn't stop the Seattle Reign from defeating the Washington Spirit, 3-1 on Wednesday evening for its second straight win. First-place Seattle looks like it is the real deal even though it drew just 1,754 fans on ... Read the whole story
[USA UNDER-21 MEN] First-year Chicago Fire midfielder Benji Joya scored two goals, the second one in stoppage time, to lead the U.S. under-21 national team to a 2-1 win over Mexican club Tijuana's reserves to wrap up its first training camp at U.S. Soccer's National Training Center. Read the whole story
[SOCCER BUSINESS] Sporting Kansas City has added Coors Light as the MLS club's official domestic beer in a partnership that includes naming rights for the Coors Light Cold Zone at Sporting Park.< Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Diego Maradona went go-karting in Dubai and the 53-year-old seems to be having as much fun as he did when he was entertaining us on the soccer field. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"We didn't want to have the appearance of an absolute army looking at every individual call as being correct or wrong. Here, the emphasis is always on helping the referee. It's not all just beating the referee up." -- Alan Brown, PRO's assignment coordinator, on the PRO Referee Review Center, where all MLS games are monitored in real time at PRO's Manhattan offfices for difficult refereeing decisions. Its former name was the Referee Command Center, but the name was changed because it sounded too Orwellian. (Fox Sports Inside MLS) ...More

What They're Saying

"We can't say exactly how many tickets there will be because we don't know the exact number of seats in the stadiums. We have held back 7 percent of the tickets until we really know how many tickets will be available." -- FIFA's marketing director Thierry Weil explains that World Cup stadium construction delays are affecting ticket availability for this summer's World Cup in Brazil. (Reuters) ...More



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