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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, March 27, 2017
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
Idle FC Dallas stayed No. 1 in Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings, but the Portland Timbers dropped two spots to No. 4 after Columbus knocked them from the unbeaten ranks with a 3-2 victory. Toronto FC and the New York Red Bulls are 2-3. The Crew jumped 11 spots to ... Read the whole story
The USA men's team has never lost in Panama City and buoyed by a 6-0 stomping of Honduras would seem primed to post a fourth straight win Tuesday in the Estadio Rommel Fernandez. Read the whole story
The 18-year-old Christian Pulisic scored and had two assists in the USA's 6-0 win over Honduras, and he was fouled on the play that led to Clint Dempsey's free-kick goal and his rebound set up Sebastian Lletget's goal. Fox Soccer compiled this 4-minute montage of all Pulisic's usually impressive touches ... Read the whole story
The USA will face Panama Tuesday with a chance to move back into the top three in the Hexagonal if it wins. It will be looking for Hex leaders Mexico and Costa Rica, in particular, to take points off Trinidad & Tobago and Honduras, on the road in Matchday 4. Read the whole story
Colombian Jorge Luis Pinto will stay on as head coach of the Honduran national team despite the 6-0 loss to the USA on Friday night. The evening was so bad Pinto didn't talk to the press after the game. The Catrachos returned home to blistering criticism ahead of the must-win ... Read the whole story
Three USL teams set club attendance records on opening day, topped by the Richmond Kickers, who opened up their 25th season with a 1-0 victory over the Harrisburg City Islanders in front of 8,021 fans at City Stadium. The Tampa Bay Rowdies and Phoenix Rising, both seeking MLS expansion teams, ... Read the whole story


The triumphant return of Bruce Arena

Well, take that Jurgen Klinsmann. Never at any time during his five years in charge of the USA did any of Klinsmann's teams put on a show like the 6-0 destruction of Honduras that marked the return of Bruce Arena. ...More

What They're Saying: Adrian Heath

"Every time they attacked it looked like they were going to score ..." -- Minnesota United FC coach Adrian Heath on why he brought on a fifth defender after the New England Revolution scored four first-half goals en route to a 5-2 win, raising the number of goals the Loons have conceded to 18 in four games. ...More


What They're Saying: Megan Rapinoe

"I don't think there's any perfect way to protest. I think if there was something else being done, something else would have been said about it. I can't look back and say that I would have done this different, this different or this different. I can sleep at night knowing that I genuinely tried to have a really important conversation, or at least tried to open it up. I think I came to it with an open mind, an open heart and tried to get as many people to talk about it as I could." -- Megan Rapinoe, who kneeled ...More



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