Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Fortunate looks kindly on Inter again

    [ITALY] Inter Milan remained unbeaten when it tied second-place Roma, 1-1, on Wednesday to maintain its nine-point lead in Serie A. After going 17 ... Read the whole story

  • Berhalter in Munich Marathon

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] New Jerseyan Gregg Berhalter was part of the 1860 Munich defense that battled Bayren Munich for 120 minutes but fell on a ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "When you look at some of the bad tackles that have been punished far less it's completely ludicrous. This is a professional game and we need professional people making professional decisions not these silly little men."

    -- Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson on the English FA's regulatory commission after it reacted to the club's appeal to reduce Jeremie Aliadiere's three-game ban by adding another game because the appeal was "frivolous." The four-game ban for what has been called a minor altercation with Liverpool's Javier Mascherano means Aliadiere's ban is one game more than what Birmingham's Martin Taylor received for shattering the leg of Arsenal striker Eduardo. (PA)

  • The Cup Season

    [EUROPEAN RACES] An own goal in overtime gave Middlesbrough a 1-0 win at Sheffield United and moved it into the quarterfinals of the English ... Read the whole story

  • Young Argentine joins defending champ

    [MLS] While several MLS rivals scramble to sign pricey foreign strikers, the defending champion Houston Dynamo - whose needs in that position may be ... Read the whole story

  • MLS Offseason Player Moves

    The Columbus Crew acquired Argentine forward Nico Hernandez from the Colorado Rapids in exchange for Generation adidas defender Tim Ward and the Crew's third-round ... Read the whole story

  • A-word costs player 12 grand

    [OFF THE POST] VfB Stuttgart's German national team striker Mario Gomez was fined $12,000 for comments he made in a postgame interview about Karlsruhe ... Read the whole story

  • Eduardo leaves hospital

    [ENGLAND WATCH] Arsenal forward Eduardo, who suffered multiple leg fractures from a brutal foul by Birmingham's Martin Taylor last weekend, was released from the ... Read the whole story