Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Sweden a good fit for first European date under Bradley

    Fourteen games into the tenure of Coach Bob Bradley the U.S. takes its first trip to Europe, and much like the Copa America proved … Read the whole story

  • Beckham 'ready' for Germany

    Despite his injured ankle, the Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham aims to play in England's friendly against Germany on Wednesday (TV live: 3 pm … Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Mentally, Germany is stronger, because we have experience of success in the last 20 years. We are always successful, not always winning, but somewhere near or winning, and that is what England is lacking. The pressure in England is so big. The media always lifts up players as world-class who are probably not so far yet. They have to live up to it and sometimes the pressure seems to be too big."

    -- Germany goalkeeper Jens Lehmann ahead of Wednesday's Germany-England friendly. The Arsenal goalkeeper's comments were much ado in the English press because he made two major blunders for Arsenal in the first week of English Premier League play.

  • Mexico set for ninth game in USA

    Mexico, eight of whose 17 games in 2007 have taken place on U.S. soil, faces Colombia in a friendly in Commerce City, Colo., on … Read the whole story

  • MLS midweek doubleheader kicks off stretch run

    [TV PREVIEWS] Two months remain in the regular season and only Real Salt Lake is without a real chance to make the playoffs. A … Read the whole story

  • U.S. U-17s hope to bounce back

    [PREVIEW] The USA hopes to bounce back from its disappointing 4-3 loss to Tajikistan in its U-17 World Cup opener when it faces Tunisia … Read the whole story

  • Copa America champ Brazil face Algeria

    In its first action since lifting this summer's Copa America, Brazil faces Algeria in a friendly in Montpellier, France on Wednesday. (TV live: 12:30 … Read the whole story

  • Costa Rica beats host; Brazil romps again

    [U-17 WORLD CUP RESULTS] Costa Rica became the first Concacaf team to notch a win at the U-17 World Cup when it downed host … Read the whole story