Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • MLS attendance second best in history

    The MLS 2007 regular-season attendance average of 16,770 is the highest since the inaugural season of 1996, when attendance averaged 17,406. The 2007 season ... Read the whole story

  • MLS scoring up just a tiny bit; D.C. is tops again

    2007 MLS regular-season games averaged 2.66 goals, compared to 2.62 in 2006. But the 2007 season was the third lowest-scoring year in the league's ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Here in the United States, more kids than in any other country in the world are playing soccer. In my opinion, they play soccer because of the freedom of the game, because they feel freedom to be creative on the field. They can express themselves on the field and freedom is something the kids love. We have to take advantage of that, and guide them to use that freedom in the best way."

    -- New U.S. U-17 national team coach Wilmer Cabrera.

  • American Blazer laments change in World Cup bid policy

    Chuck Blazer, the only American on FIFA's executive committee, says it's disappointing that FIFA has dropped the rotation policy for determining the host of ... Read the whole story

  • Referee swears back

    Referee Danny McDermid has been charged by the English FA "with using abusive and/or insulting words" toward Leeds United coach Dennis Wise, who claimed ... Read the whole story

  • Ramiro Corrales celebrates Norwegian title

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Californian Ramiro Corrales, who played nine seasons in MLS and won two titles with San Jose, helped Brann win its first Norwegian ... Read the whole story

  • Toronto's Dichio with three Goal of the Year nominations

    [VIDEO] Toronto may have finished with the worst MLS 2007 record while scoring the fewest goals, but its striker Danny Dichio has three goals ... Read the whole story