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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Friday's USA-Honduras match averaged 1,025,000 for English-language and Spanish-language coverage on FS1 and UniMas/UDN. The Mexico-Costa Rica game on Univision drew an audience three times as large: 3,118,000. Read the whole story
A 6-0 thrashing of Honduras has re-started the U.S. World Cup qualifying campaign, and the Americans are in Panama City with a 2-0-1 record in qualifiers in that locale, yet hit once again by injuries. Read the whole story
Houston Dash midfielder Morgan Brian, a starter on the U.S. women's national team for the last three years, has been ruled out of the upcoming training camp and matches against Russia in Texas due to a minor knee injury suffered against France in the SheBelieves Cup. Read the whole story
The seventh USL season kicked off last weekend with some big crowds, new facilities and a player very much at home, Sacramento Republic's Sammy Ochoa, even when on the road. Read the whole story
River Plate squandered a golden scoring chance in embarrassing fashion during its 2-1 win over Belgrano, whose goalkeeper Lucas Acosta survived a 4 on 1 breakaway. It was Tomas Andrade who failed to convert. Read the whole story
Kyle Bekker scored the first goal in San Francisco Deltas' NASL history, in a 1-1 tie with 2016 runner-up Indy Eleven. Two time defending champion New York Cosmos settled for a 0-0 tie at Puerto Rico. North Carloina FC (formerly known as the RailHawks), tied Miami FC 1-1. Read the whole story
Hexagonal leader Mexico will be without Rafael Marquez and Jurgen Damn, who are sidelined with injuries, for its match at Trinidad & Tobago. Second-place Costa Rica is missing Minnesota United's Johan Venegas, who returned to the United States for personal reasons, and Johnny Acosta, who is suspended, for its match ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Bruce Arena

"We're not smart enough to think like that. If we were smart enough, we wouldn't have broken their hearts. Pretty stupid if you ask me. You think Mexico would have scored a goal [to save the U.S.'s World Cup] at the end of that game?" -- U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena, showing off his famous sarcasm, on whether his players will be thinking about how they rallied to beat Tuesday opponent Panama, 3-2, knocking the Canaleros out of contention for the 2014 World Cup and saving Mexico. (SI.com) ...More

What They're Saying: Bobby Wood

"I believe that if Jurgen had not been the U.S. head coach, I might have quit football or would have played somewhere in the fourth tier. I was in a deep hole at the time, it was really difficult. But Jurgen Klinsmann gave me a lifeline so I could get back out of it." -- Bobby Wood, whose career was resurrected by former U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann when he brought him into camp after a falling out at 1860 Munich. Two years later, he plays for Bundesliga club Hamburg. (HSV live via Bild) ...More


Bruce Arena makes the USA fun to watch

Before Friday's game against Honduras, I wondered whether the U.S. national team would bring joy to its fans, especially after seeing the sign at the entrance of Avaya Stadium announcing a $30 fee to park in the mud, added to that $86 ticket you bought if you didn't shell out for the more expensive seats. ...More


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