Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • A night to remember in Moscow

    [MAN. UTD.-CHELSEA HIGHLIGHT REEL] For a 1-1 game, decided in a shootout, Wednesday's UEFA Champions League final was jammed pack with excitement. Manchester United ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    I don't know what to say, I thought we would lose when I missed. I thought it would be the worst day of my life, but the lads believed and we won it even despite my miss. I'm very proud of them. The penalties are a lottery. I think we deserved it because we played better in the whole game. Now it's the happiest day of my life."

    -- Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo who scored the opening goal of the European Champions League final, which ended in a 1-1 tie and went to a penalty kick shootout. Ronaldo's penalty kick was saved by Chelsea keeper Petr Cech but Man U recovered to win the shootout, 6-5. (Reuters)

  • Toronto extends D.C. misery

    [MLS] Toronto reversed its second loss of the season and plunged D.C. deeper into the depths by beating United, 1-0, at BMO Field Wednesday ... Read the whole story

  • Quakes trade for Kirovski, Gray

    [MLS] Two new names will appear on the San Jose roster for Thursday's reunion match against Houston (ESPN2, 10:30 p.m. ET), but neither is ... Read the whole story

  • Americans fall in first Toulon test

    [OLYMPIC COUNTDOWN] In the last major test for U.S. Olympic men's hopefuls, the U-23s fell to Turkey, 3-2, Wednesday in the opening game of ... Read the whole story

  • Beasley aims to Scottish title

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] The Scottish Premier League will be decided Thursday when Celtic plays at Dundee United and Rangers is at Aberdeen (TV: Setanta pay-per-view, ... Read the whole story

  • The Church -- on the ball at Euro '08

    [OFF THE POST] Diego Maradona scored "with the hand of god," while Kaka shows off his undershirt that proclaims, "I belong to Jesus." Soccer ... Read the whole story

  • MLS TV Schedule

    San Jose looks for its first win at home when the first-year Earthquakes host the two-time defending MLS champion Houston Dynamo on Thursday. A ... Read the whole story