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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017
Less than three weeks after U.S. Soccer's board of directors voted to not sanction it as a Division 2 league for 2018, the North American Soccer League filed a Federal antitrust lawsuit against U.S. Soccer in Brooklyn Federal court. Read the whole story
It was not your ordinary doggie field invasion, the interruption of a San Lorenzo-Arsenal Argentine Superliga game. This pooch didn't just run around the field, he displayed some decent ball control for a short-legged dachshund-type mutt, and even earned a postgame interview. Read the whole story
Like many NCAA Division I schools, BYU doesn't have a varsity men's soccer program and may never will because of Title IX compliance issues, but it did do something no other school has done and launched a team in the PDL. But after 14 seasons, the Cougars have dropped out ... Read the whole story
Cincinnati a big soccer town? Two years ago, no one would have said that. But after the success of the USL's FC Cincinnati with four 30,000-plus crowds this season, the U.S. women's national team should play before its largest crowd since 2015 when it hosts New Zealand Tuesday night at ... Read the whole story
Atlanta United delighted combined crowds of more than 110,000 fans at Mercedes-Benz Stadium by scoring 10 goals in two games, and Vancouver took over the Western Conference lead by beating Minnesota United and rallying late to tie Columbus. Read the whole story
Jay Heaps became the fifth MLS head coach to lose his job this season -- a league record for one season -- when the New England Revolution relieved him of his duties.'s Ives Galarcep first reported the story, and it was followed by other media reports, citing sources. Read the whole story
Maryland stayed No. 1 in the Soccer America Men's College 25 rankings. Stanford moved up one spot to No. 2, switching places with Indiana. ACC schools Notre Dame, Virginia, Wake Forest and Clemson held the next four spots. For the complete Top 25. Read the whole story
A few days before he will announce the USA's 21-player roster for the 2017 U-17 World Cup, Coach John Hackworth has called in 23 players for a Sept. 19-24 training camp in Bradenton, Florida, that includes 15-year-old Atlanta United defender George Bello. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Benjamin Mendy

"Too much class in one picture. All these +82 @EASPORTSFIFA players ... and me." -- New French left back Benjamin Mendy, one of the stars of Manchester City's fast start to the EPL season. He had previously complained about his "78" rating on FIFA 18 following his breakout season at Monaco that earned him a $70 million transfer. (@BenMendy23 via Twitter) ...More

What They're Saying: Jill Ellis

"I'm sure I just pissed someone off saying that. Sorry." -- U.S. women's national team Jill Ellis, saying she was sure FC Cincinnati would get an MLS expansion team, before Tuesday's friendly against New Zealand in Cincinnati. (Cincinnati Enquirer) ...More

L'Affaire Kurzawa: Another video blackmail scandal rocks French national team

After the infamous "L'Affaire Sextape" that likely ended the French national team careers of Mathieu Valbuena and Karim Benzema and also implicated former French international Djibril Cisse, there's been a second blackmail attempt against a French soccer star involving a stolen tape. ...More

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