Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Bob Bradley tackles the big summer challenge

    Only a few prominent names are missing from the 23-man U.S. squad named by Coach Bob Bradley for the Gold Cup, and it's another ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I feel comfortable saying that it's more than a handful of players - about 8 to 12 - that includes both MLS and European-based players, knowing that there are factors that can change that number. Whether those factors are injuries, or having to return to a club team earlier than expected."

    -- U.S. coach Bob Bradley on how many players will represent the USA at the Gold Cup and the Copa America this summer.

  • Barcelona aims to get revenge against Getafe in key La Liga match

    [TV PREVIEW] Which Barcelona team will show at the Camp Nou on Saturday against Getafe? The team that won at Atletico Madrid, 6-0, in ... Read the whole story

  • Riquelme rescues Boca in Libertadores Cup quarterfinals

    Argentine star Juan Roman Riquelme scored a goal that began when he collected the ball in his own half to lead Boca Juniors to ... Read the whole story

  • Wizards-Revs clash highlights MLS Week 8 action

    [TV PREVIEW]. One game this weekend features a clash between to teams with winning records: New England vs. Kansas City. Columbus hopes to recover ... Read the whole story

  • Angel soars and Red Bulls romp

    Fire fans who believed their team had already hit rock-bottom were proved wrong Thursday night. Chicago conceded two goals in the first three minutes ... Read the whole story

  • Real Madrid says no to foreign tours

    Real Madrid, which became famous for its long preseason tours abroad, will not be doing a high-profile pre-season promotional tour to allow the team ... Read the whole story

  • Colorado downs Real Salt Lake for U.S. Open Cup spot

    A stoppage time goal by Jacob Peterson gave the Colorado Rapids a 2-1 home win over Real Salt Lake on Wednesday to qualify the ... Read the whole story

  • CSA names basketball exec Nykamp CEO

    The Canadian Soccer Association hired Fred Nykamp as its new chief executive officer. Nykamp left Canada Basketball, where he spent three years, to accept ... Read the whole story