Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • United doomed if demons prevail

    [PLAYOFF PREVIEW] Halloween has come and gone, thus the curse must be broken. So go the hopes of D.C. United and its perplexed fans, ... Read the whole story

  • Adu scores his fourth Benfica goal

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Freddy Adu, three days after scoring his first league goal for Benfica, scored in his third straight cup game, but his team ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "At the moment, there are no contract discussions at all. They [the club] are happy with the year I have left. They don't want to give me anything, which is great after playing 250 games for them. The whole idea is that you show loyalty and they show it back but I guess I have to wait for mine to come to me."

    -- American goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann, 35, announces his disappointment that his English Premier League club, Reading, hasn't offered him a more lucrative contract, which runs through this season with an option for 2008-09. Hahnemann has conceded 23 goals in 11 games for 12th place Reading. (The Times of London)

  • MIDWEEK WRAPUP: International Soccer Headliners

    Valencia fans must hope that the hiring of Dutchman Ronald Koeman as head coach will end the La Liga club's free fall. Wednesday's announcement ... Read the whole story

  • Charlie Davies hits hat trick in Sweden

    [VIDEO/AMERICANS ABROAD] Charlie Davies, the New Hampshire product who played college ball at Boston College through 2006, scored a hat trick in Hammarby IF's ... Read the whole story

  • OFF THE POST: Player's paycheck shows up on Internet

    A copy of Liverpool midfielder John Arne Riise's paycheck stub has shown up on the Internet in several fan chat sites revealing his salary, ... Read the whole story

  • High School Boys Fall Rankings

    Austin King's goal secured Evansville Memorial, ranked first place in the NSCAA/adidas High School Fall Boys Top 25, its first IHSAA state title with ... Read the whole story

  • High School Girls Fall Rankings

    New Jersey's Immaculate Heart Academy remained No. 1 in this week's NSCAA/adidas High School Fall Girls Top 25. Seven other Top 25 teams remained ... Read the whole story