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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, June 26, 2017
Miami FC extended its unbeaten streak to 13 games and its win streak to four games with a 2-1 win over defending champion New York Cosmos. Miami has a seven-point lead over San Francisco, which remains unbeaten on the road after a 1-0 win at Edmonton, with three games left. Read the whole story
The NASL has announced the addition of a San Diego-based club, which will begin play in the 2018 NASL Spring Season. The club's owners include Senegal star Demba Ba and three of his former teammates, Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard, France and Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye and Senegal and Fenerbahce ... Read the whole story
MLS Goal of the Week candidates include an acrobatic semi-bicycle kick by Kansas City's Ike Opara, a beautiful back-heel by Chicago's David Accam, a well-placed shot by NYCFC's Jack Harrison -- and stunning volleys from Fafa Picault for the Philadelphia Union and Patrick Nyarko for D.C. United. Read the whole story
Host Russia fell to Mexico, 2-1, in a must-win game and exited the Confederations Cup in the group stage. The semifinal pairings: Portugal-Chile (Wednesday) and Germany-Mexico (Thursday). Read the whole story
The Portland Timbers were coming off two tough losses on the road in the last week but their 2-2 tie with the archrival Seattle Sounders was even tougher to swallow after Clint Dempsey tied the score in the 94th minute. "It feels like a loss," Timbers coach Caleb Porter said ... Read the whole story
Since 2000, only 10 MLS teams have finished the season with a worse record at home than away, but none has come remotely close to the LA Galaxy, which is averaging 1.25 less points per game at home than on the road. Read the whole story
Roger Espinoza's 32-yard shot was heading straight into L.A. Galaxy goalkeeper Clement Diop's chest. But Diop tried to hit the ball with both fists - and deflected it into the net in Sporting Kansas City's 2-1 win. Read the whole story
Less than 24 hours after beating Real Salt Lake, 2-1, to move into fifth place in the Western Conference, the San Jose Earthquakes fired head coach Dominic Kinnear and replaced him with technical director Chris Leitch. Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Caleb Porter

"We have to have more guys that are finding ways to f***ing win games. Excuse my French." -- Portland coach Caleb Porter after the Timbers, who played the second half with a man advantage, gave up a tying goal to the archrival Seattle Sounders at home in the 94th minute and had to settle for a 2-2 draw. (Timbers.com) ...More

What They're Saying: Haris Medunjanin

"I think you need to be honest, and I didn't feel a kick. It was just a push." -- Philadelphia Union midfielder Haris Medunjanin on why he went to referee Sorin Stocia in the Union's game against D.C. United and got Luciano Acosta's red card rescinded after telling Stocia Acosta did not kick him and he didn't think the foul deserved a red card. (Philadelphia Union via Facebook) ...More



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