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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, May 22, 2017
Outplayed for much of the game and twice on the verge of collapse, the USA came back from 2-0 down after seven minutes then 3-2 to tie Ecuador 3-3 on a goal scored by Luca de la Torre in the final minute of stoppage time in their opening game at ... Read the whole story
Miami FC won its fourth straight game, 2-0, at winless Indy Eleven. Week 9's other two games were also won by the visitors: North Carolina won, 2-1, at Puerto Rico, whose coach was fired last week, and Jacksonville beat San Francisco, 3-0. Read the whole story
Baltimore-based Christos FC, one of six amateur teams still alive in the 2017 U.S. Open Cup needs to raise $7,500 for its trip to Chicago for the third round and it's using fundraising platform GoFundMe. One of its biggest contributors: New York Red Bulls captain Sacha Kljestan. Read the whole story
Argentina, Portugal and Germany, which have won nine Under-20 World Cup titles between them, all lost their opening games at the 2017 U-20 World Cup in South Korea. France, the only other former champion in the tournament, opened on Monday with a 3-0 win over Honduras. Mexico needed a goal ... Read the whole story
Bayern Munich celebrated its fifth-straight Bundesliga title after its 4-1 win over Freiburg with its traditional beer showers. Arjen Robben, Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso and Co., armed with three-liter glasses, tossed a lot more of the non-alcoholic wheat beer than they drank, most of which landed on Coach Carlo ... Read the whole story
LA Galaxy midfielder Baggio Husidic broke his leg in the first half of Sunday's 2-1 victory at Minnesota United. His injury followed the foot injury suffered by Sebastian Lletget in March and knee injury that sidelined Jermaine Jones two weeks ago. The Galaxy had embarked on its current unbeaten when ... Read the whole story
At the age of 18 and less than a year after he left the FC Dallas academy, Weston McKennie made his debut for German club Schalke 04, becoming the seventh youngest American to make his league debut in a major European league. Read the whole story
Albanian Jahmir Hyka's golazo gave the San Jose Earthquakes a 1-0 over FC Dallas, ending the defending Supporters' Shield winner's unbeaten streak to start the season at nine games. The Philadelphia Union rallied for a 2-1 win over Colorado for its club record fourth straight win. Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Pope Francis

"When I was your age, I played soccer, but I wasn't 'bravo' at playing soccer, and where I come from, they call you 'pata dura,' 'stiff leg.' I was a 'pata dura' and that's why I usually was the goalie, so I wouldn't have to move around." -- Pope Francis, who is scheduled to meet President Donald Trump on Wednesday at the Vatican, in response to a 11-year-old Italian boy's question if he had played soccer as a child in Argentina. (AP) ...More

What They're Saying: Paul Clement

"They would have tried to have come back on Saturday if they could, but I told them to be back on Wednesday." -- Swansea City manager Paul Clement, whose players asked for and received permission to fly to the island of Ibiza, famous for its nightlife, for a two-night midweek trip to celebrate that the Swans avoided Premier League relegation. (BBC Sport) ...More


What's the yardstick for World Cup-bound U.S. U-20s?

It's difficult to predict how youth World Cups will unfold, because the history of the tournament is not a reliable indicator. ...More



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