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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, July 24, 2017
Bruce Arena will become the first coach to win three Gold Cup titles if the USA beats Jamaica in Wednesday's final. He's never lost to a Concacaf team in 22 matches. Read the whole story
Christen Press' seventh and eighth goals of the season gave the Chicago Red Stars a 2-1 win over the Orlando Pride that moved them into first place. They lead North Carolina by one point. Read the whole story
Extending an unbeaten streak to a modest three games is rarely newsworthy, but by posting its first victory this season over Eastern Conference leader Charleston, the Tampa Bay Rowdies also moved to within four points of the top spot. Read the whole story
In one of the wackiest as well as busiest weeks of the season so far, another shuffle of the top three moved New York City FC atop the heap after it beat previous leader Chicago, 2-1. After getting a good point at Yankee Stadium, Toronto FC was held at home ... Read the whole story
Nothing sparks a good soccer debate quite like pro/rel. There are many arguments on both sides for and against promotion and relegation, some romantic, others practical. Read the whole story
The debate over MLS and pro/rel resurfaced on Monday with a Sports Business Journal report that a $4 billion offer for MLS's global media rights was made on the condition that MLS institute a system of promotion and relegation. Here's why it is a non-starter. Read the whole story
The 35-year-old Real Salt Lake midfielder Kyle Beckerman scored his 39th career goal with 29-yard rocket high into Portland's net. It's an MLS Goal of the Week candidate along with strikes by Seattle's Gustav Svensson, Atlanta's Hector Villalba, Montreal's Blerim Dzemaili and NYCFC's David Villa, who nails a 22-yard volley ... Read the whole story
Clint Dempsey's record-tying 57 international goals for the USA include 41 in official competition. He holds or shares the U.S. record for goals in World Cup qualifying, the Copa America and Confederations Cup. Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Bruce Matheson

"Twenty-five thousand people entering that neighborhood will wreak havoc with noise, traffic, and pedestrian congestion, because it's not only a proposed soccer stadium, it's a proposed concert stadium." -- Bruce Matheson, the heir to one of Miami's richest and oldest families, who filed a lawsuit to try to kill David Beckham's land deal needed to build a soccer stadium in Overtown, arguing it broke state law and will destroy the neighborhood's quality of life. He owns land nearby but lives on a 72-foot yacht. (Miami New Times) ...More

What They're Saying: Theodore Whitmore

"Probably when the New York Red Bulls see this tonight, then Kemar might be able to take free kicks." -- Jamaica head coach Theodore Whitmore on let back Kemar Lawrence, whose scored on a free kick to give the Reggae Boyz a 1-0 win over Mexico in the Gold Cup semifinals. (MLSSoccer.com) ...More


What They're Saying: Theodore Whitmore

"The best way I could put is the biblical story, David slew Goliath. It's overwhelming. Words can't explain." -- Jamaica coach Theodore Whitmore after the Reggae Boyz beat Mexico, 1-0, to advance to the Gold Cup final. (Los Angeles Times) ...More


There is and continues to be only one Deuce
What They're Saying: Gerardo "Tata" Martino

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