Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Bradley calls out the troops

    U.S. national team head coach Bob Bradley has named a pool of 33 players who have been called for friendlies against England, Spain and ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Without the Brazilian, Barcelona would be another club. It bothers me that certain members of the press have insisted that Ronaldinho no longer is anybody, that he is a former player. Without him rivals do not fear Barca. I don't think 'Dinho' should apologize, as many people think. On the contrary. It is the Barcelona leaders who should thank Ronaldinho for what he has done for the club. I think that if they let him go, it will be the biggest mistake in the history of the club."

    -- Former Argentina great Diego Maradona, criticizing his former club Barcelona's efforts to unload maligned Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho. (Marca)

  • Rapids are best in the West

    By beating Real Salt Lake, 2-0, Thursday night with two second-half goals, the Colorado Rapids confirmed their status as best team in the Western ... Read the whole story

  • Playoff wins for Hernandez and Castillo

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] U.S. defenders Daniel Hernandez and Edgar Castillo started in wins for Chiapas and Santos, respectively, in the first leg of their quarterfinal ... Read the whole story

  • Ronaldinho to miss games in USA

    [BRAZIL TOUR] Ronaldinho is out but Kaka, Alexandre Pato and Robinho will be the headliners for Brazil's two-game tour of the United States. For ... Read the whole story

  • Chicago turns to Arsenal (Ladies) for head coach

    [WPS] The Chicago entrant in the new Women's Professional Soccer has named Englishwoman Emma Hayes, a coach at the top-ranked Arsenal Ladies Football Club ... Read the whole story

  • MLS TV Schedule

    Eastern Conference teams will look to continue their dominance of Western opponents in three East-West clashes on Saturday: New England-San Jose, Chicago-Houston and Chivas ... Read the whole story

  • International Weekend TV Schedule

    Portsmouth and Cardiff City, two unlikely teams, meet in Saturday's English FA Cup at Wembley Stadium. Italy's Scudetto will be decided on Sunday when ... Read the whole story