Soccer America Daily
Sunday, February 25, 2018
  • Saturday: MLS Moves

    Vancouver. Acquired DF Jose Aja from Orlando City for $125,000 TAM plus conditional considerations.

  • What They're Saying: Antonio Conte

    "My wife and daughter start to be worried when they don’t see me very active because that means I’m not happy. Even my father does. He watched the game against Watford and phoned me up afterwards to say, ‘I didn’t see you with the right anger, with the right passion. You finished the game with a voice, and that’s not for you, this.’"

    -- Chelsea's animated Italian manager, Antonio Conte, who says he starts each game with the idea to stay sitting down and try to enjoy it. On Sunday, the Blues face Manchester United, whose manager Jose Mourinho’s criticisms of managers who “behave as a clown” on the touchline Conte took as a personal attack. (Guardian)

  • U.S. Abroad (25 and younger tracker): Rubin makes Liga MX debut

    Rubio Rubio, a free agent when he signed with Tijuana in late January, started for Xolos in its 0-0 tie at Club America. Read the whole story

  • MLS preseason winds down

    Columbus won the Carolina Challenge Cup, while New England took the Mobile Sun Mini Cup. For all Saturday results. Read the whole story

  • Watch: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah score a nutmeg goal

    The Egyptian scored his 23rd Premier League goal with a strike through defender Aaron Cresswell's legs.. Read the whole story

  • Women in Soccer Q&As

    A Soccer America Q&A archive -- Women in Soccer. Read the whole story

  • Youth: U.S. U-17 boys to face LA Galaxy and Tijuana Xolos

    Coach John Hackworth has named a 24-player U.S. U-17 boys roster for a camp in Chula Vista, California. Read the whole story

  • Youth: U.S. U-14 girls hold 48-player camp

    Coach April Kater has called in 2004- and 2005-born players for a 48-player U-14 U.S. girls national team camp in Norco, California. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Dougie Anderson

    "Sam has missed training this week after being struck. It could have been worse as the cow ran at him for a second time, but he managed to get out of the way."

    -- Dumfries assistant manager Dougie Anderson on the goalkeeping crisis at the Scottish Championship club, where starter Alan Martin is injured and backup Sam Henderson had been unable to train this week after a runaway cow at the family farm struck him, leaving him nursing a painful shoulder. (Reuters)