Join Now | 
HomeAboutContact UsPrivacy & SecurityAdvertise
Soccer America DailySpecial EditionAround The NetSoccer Business InsiderCollege Soccer ReporterYouth Soccer ReporterSoccer on TVSoccer America Classifieds
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalkSoccer America ConfidentialYouth Soccer InsiderWorld Cup Watch
RSS FeedsArchivesManage SubscriptionsSubscribe
Order Current IssueSubscribeManage My SubscriptionRenew My SubscriptionGift Subscription
My AccountJoin Now
Tournament CalendarCamps & AcademiesSoccer GlossaryClassifieds

Soccer America Editor's Bookmarks: 100 Countries, 100 Soccer Sites

Soccer America's editors surfed the Web in search of a list of 100 countries with quality soccer sites or general sites providing good soccer coverage. This list of the best sites in 100 countries appeared in Soccer America Magazine's first Internet Soccer Guide (July 3, 2000). Soccer America's list was the subject of a feature in the Paris magazine France ...
» 0 Comments

WUSA Spring Training: Roster moves

Bay Area drops Pells, Wilson The Bay Area CyberRays, Philadelphia Charge, San Diego Spirit and Boston Breakers have announced their final, 20-player rosters, with the other four teams expected to announce their rosters soon. CyberRays coach Ian Sawyers cut goalkeeper Laurie Pells, a former Philadelphia player whom the team acquired in the waiver draft, and forward Kelly Wilson, who joined ...
» 0 Comments

U.S. Soccer: U-17s tie Duke on North Carolina tour

With the CONCACAF qualifying tournament just over two weeks away, the U.S. under-17 national team continued its preparations with a week of training and matches in North Carolina. The U.S. played two games, falling to Wake Forest 2-1 on March 26 before coming back with a 2-2 draw against an older, more experienced Duke team on March 28. The U.S. ...
» 0 Comments

PAUL KENNEDY... A long-term proposition

At first blush, MLS owners appear to have adopted a policy of retrenchment.

What else would you do if you lost $250 million in five years?

Rosters have been reduced to 18 "senior" players. As of two weeks before the start of the season, there were no significant foreign signings.

The accent has almost entirely been on ...
» 0 Comments

World's Football Still Appeals to XFL Executive

Billy Hicks helped launch the World League of American Football in Europe before serving as general manager of the Dallas Burn for its first four seasons. He left MLS last year to become vice president of administration for the XFL and lives with his wife, Paula, near the league office in Stamford, Conn.

SOCCER AMERICA: Can you describe your ...
» 0 Comments

College: Men's NCAA Division I Coaching Moves

Aidan Heaney, the 2000 Southern Conference Coach of the Year at Appalachian State, is the new head coacxh at UNC Wilmington. Heaney, 32, replaces Keith Cammidge. Heaney, a graduate of UNC Charlotte, played in the USISL (Greensboro Dynamo) and MLS (New England Revolution). He was an assistant at North Carolina and Penn State before taking the App State job in ...
» 0 Comments

Landon Donovan: On finding his way to San Jose

Earthquakes signing Landon Donovan spoke Thursday in San Jose on his move to MLS from Bayer Leverkusen: On the expectations he faces: "I'm here to help the team win and to help us get to the playoffs and hopefully win an MLS Cup. I've been here just a couple of hours, and its been an incredible experience so far. Everything ...
» 0 Comments

Hexagonal: Costa Rica 3 Trinidad & Tobago 0

March 28 in Alajuela Costa Rica 3 Trinidad & Tobago 0. Goals: Bryce 46, Wanchope 81, 89. Costa Rica -- Lonnis, Drummond, Parks, Martinez, Wallace, Castro, Cordero, Bryce (Solis, 76), Lopez, Medford (Wanchope, 60), Fonseca (Sumsing, 71). Trinidad & Tobago -- Hislop, M.Andrews, Cox, Carrington (Rahim, 64), Rougier, Mauge, L.Andrews, Eve, Latapy (Wise, 79), Pierre (John, 64), Yorke. Att.: 18,000.
» 0 Comments

WUSA Spring Training: Atlanta still unbeaten

Here are the results from the March 28 matches of the WUSA Spring Training tournament at the ARCO Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif.: Atlanta 2 San Diego 0. Goals: Mary Pitera (17), Kerry Gragg, (90). Atlanta -- Melanie Wilson, Mary Pitera, Sharolta Nonen-capt., Kylie Bivens (Nikki Serlenga, 46), Lisa Krzykowski, Marci Miller (Nancy Augustyniak, 47), Wendy Dillinger, Kelly ...
» 0 Comments

Honduras-USA Television: Telemundo to show replay on Saturday

Telemundo will air the Honduras-USA World Cup qualifier on Saturday, March 31 at 1 pm ET/PT and noon CT/MT. The game was only available live on pay-per-view.
» 0 Comments

Hexagonal: Standings, Schedule and Leading Scorers

Standings

TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
USA 2 2 0 0 4 1 6
Costa Rica 2 1 1 0 5 2 4
Mexico 2 1 0 1 4 2 3
Jamaica 2 1 0 1 1 4 3
Honduras 2 0 1 1 3 4 1
Trinid & Tobago 2 0 0 2 ...
» 0 Comments

Honduras-USA Reaction: From the U.S. locker room in San Pedro Sula

BRUCE ARENA On the victory: "We expected them to come at us with everything they had. Therefore, we were not surprised at the kind of pressure we saw. The game was a good one for us to sit back and try to counterattack." On the team's strong first-place standing: "To have six points after two games and to beat two ...
» 0 Comments

U.S. U-17s tie Duke, 2-2

March 28 in Durham, N.C. Duke 2 U.S. under-17 national team 2. Goals: Cila (pen.) 5, Lewkowitz 73; Quaranta (pen.) 27, 28. Duke -- Maslin; Sakuda, Antoniou, Mattern, Borman; Russell, Noble (Guren, 57), McIntosh, Sanchez (McClendon, 72); Cila, Wymer (Lewkowitz, 61). U.S. U-17s -- Williams; Chun, Griffin, Marshall, Harvey; Stone, Lancos (D.Johnson, 72), Quaranta, Simo (P.Johnson, 72); Magee, Diaz.
» 0 Comments

MLS: Landon Donovan joins the Earthquakes

The San Jose Earthquakes have acquired forward Landon Donovan, San Jose Earthquakes General Manager Tom Neale announced March 29 in a press conference at the Compaq Center in San Jose. Donovan, 19, signed a four-year contract with Major League Soccer as part of an agreement with Bayer Leverkusen of the German Bundesliga, and was allocated to the Earthquakes. The arrival ...
» 0 Comments

A-League: Charlotte Eagles Explore New Terrain

The Charlotte Eagles have traveled to Australia, Europe, Asia and now Africa to spread goodwill. They will now test their mettle at home in the A-League after winning the 2000 D3 title.

Preseason training in Rwanda and Ethiopia is unusual, but the Charlotte Eagles aren't your typical soccer team.

Owned by Missionary Athletes International, a non-profit Christian group, ...
» 0 Comments




AUTHORS

ARCHIVES
FOLLOW SOCCERAMERICA