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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, June 22, 2017
Coach Jaime Frias has named a 20-player roster for the U.S. U-18 women national team's training camp in Canberra, Australia (June 28-July 13). The USA will play Canada's U-20s (July 6) and Australia's U-20s (July 10 and 12) in Canberra. Read the whole story
The LA Galaxy was the first MLS team to sign a Homegrown player and first MLS team to launch a USL second team. But only now is the Galaxy enjoying big dividends from its investment in player development. First-year head coach Curt Onalfo started seven HG or USL signings in ... Read the whole story
James Sands became the seventh member of the U.S. under-17 national team to turn pro when New York City FC made the central defender its first Homegrown signing. The move is no surprise as Sands impressed with the NYCFC first team in preseason. Read the whole story
Germany, the 2014 World Cup champion, and Chile, the 2015 Copa America and 2016 Copa Centenario winner, meet in the marquee match of the group stage at the Confederations Cup in Kazan on Thursday. Germany coach Joachim Loew says the game will be a huge opportunity for his young players. Read the whole story
The new European season starts early for three Americans who will be competing in the Europa League. Dion Acoff (Valur), Nermin Crnkic (FK Sarajevo) and Aaron Schoenfeld (Maccabi Tel Aviv) enter in the first qualifying round, which begins next Thursday. Read the whole story
New York City FC is above the Red Bulls in the standings this season but decidedly far behind in head-to-head meetings. Only once in seven games since NYCFC joined MLS in 2015 has it beaten NYRB. NYCFC coach Patrick Vieira wants that to change on Saturday. Read the whole story
Scott Sutter's first MLS goal on the last touch of the game gave Orlando City a 1-1 tie at Seattle. D.C. United's attack, the worst in MLS, broke out for two goals in a 2-1 comeback win over Atlanta United. Read the whole story
Portugal struck only once in its 3-1 loss to Spain at the U-21 European Championship but Bruma's strike from 22 yards is sure to be one of the best volleys you've seen a long time. The RB Leipzig player nailed it left-footed far corner with blazing pace. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Tyler Adams

"Having the opportunity to walk across that stage with all the friends that I started elementary school with, to miss something like that is tough. But I know that I have a path that I want to cement for myself, and that's going to be coming from one of these games like this." -- New York Red Bulls starting midfielder Tyler Adams, who will miss his high school graduation on Saturday for the Red Bulls' derby match against New York City FC. ( ...More

What They're Saying: Juan Carlos Osorio

"Evidently I went too far, specifically with one of their assistants. We always understood and respected their playing idea, a very direct type of football, with a lot of contact. But when [the assistant] crossed the line and it becomes an outrage against Fair Play, that's where the limit in accepting things reaches." -- Mexico's American-educated coach Juan Carlos Osorio, apologizing to TV viewers for a foul-mouthed outburst in English toward an assistant coach on the New Zealand bench in the first half of El Tri's 2-1 win in a tense Confederations Cup match. (ESPN FC) ...More

Secrets to the French soccer revolution, seven years after Knysna

Tuesday marked the seventh anniversary of the French player revolt at Knysna, the South African training camp where players refused to leave their bus and train in protest to the expulsion of teammate Nicolas Anelka for swearing at head coach Raymond Domenech at halftime of the World Cup match against Mexico. ...More

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