Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • England too strong, and too smart, for USA

    The best thing that can be said from an American perspective about the U.S. match against England at the new, improved Wembley Stadium Wednesday ... Read the whole story

  • Poor marks after schooling in Wembley

    [ENGLAND-USA GRADES] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players' performance in their 2-0 loss to England on Wednesday. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "After much consideration with my family, we have decided to leave Fulham after four and a half fantastic years. I have always stated my intention to return to America at some stage and this seems like the right moment in my career to move on."

    -- American forward Brian McBride, who scored 32 goals in 139 English English Premier League games for Fulham and last season helped it avoid relegation. He was twice named Fulham's Player of the Season. (

  • Dramatic moves on final day for cuts

    [EURO '08 ROSTERS] No coach had a tougher time getting down to his 23-player limit for Euro '08 than France coach Raymond Domenech. An ... Read the whole story

  • The Texas two tie after late DeRo goal

    [MLS] When the two MLS Texas rivals get together, "there's goals in them there games!" Read the whole story

  • Red Bulls name a new boss

    [MLS] New York Red Bulls coach Juan Carlos Osorio and Sporting Director Jeff Agoos will now be reporting to Erik Stover, who has been ... Read the whole story

  • U.S. Open Cup Draw

    The 2008 U.S. Open Cup will begin June 10 with 32 teams from the USL-1, USL-2, PDL and USASA competing in the first round. Read the whole story