Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • USA lacks guile in Gothenburg

    For all the weight placed on team cohesion and collective performance in evaluating a soccer game, many matches are decided by which individuals step ... Read the whole story

  • U.S. REPORT CARD: Average or worse for most Bradley boys

    Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players' performance in their 1-0 loss to Sweden ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I have dual citizenship. I am a Mexican-American. And I decided to play for Mexico because the other side never called me."

    -- Edgar Castillo, who debuted for the Mexican national team on Wednesday in a 1-0 loss to Colombia. The 20-year-old, who was born and raised in the USA, starts in the Mexican First Division for Santos Laguna, which he joined after finishing high school in New Mexico. (Notimex)

  • U.S. product Edgar Castillo debuts for Mexico

    Mexico, fielding a team filled with candidates for its U-23 team preparing for Olympic qualifying, fell 1-0 to Colombia in Commerce City, Colo., on ... Read the whole story

  • Germany wins fifth straight at Wembley

    Germany extended its winning streak in England to five games with a 2-1 friendly victory. The Germans' Wembley victory streak dates back to 1982 ... Read the whole story

  • Historic Night for Jaime

    Jaime Moreno set a league goalscoring record as D.C. United won a crucial conference match over New York. Many of his goals (33) the ... Read the whole story

  • Stars zoom home for Los Angeles clasico

    [TV PREVIEW] U.S. coach Bob Bradley did his MLS counterparts Frank Yallop and Preki a favor. England coach Steve McLaren wasn't so accommodating. Bradley ... Read the whole story

  • Ronaldinho saves Brazil

    Brazil coach Dunga waited until halftime until bringing on stars Ronaldinho and Kaka - punished for having sat out the Copa America - and ... Read the whole story

  • Kansas City overcomes Cuauhtemoc

    The Wizards scrambled to contain Cuauhtemoc Blanco, whose passes led to a pair of goals, but produced three goals of their own thanks to ... Read the whole story