Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • MLS All-Stars put reputation on line

    Does the soccer world care if the MLS can run its winning record against foreign opposition in the All-Star Game to 5-0? No. But … Read the whole story

  • Wgat They're Saying

    "I'm not concerned about Chelsea, I just don't know how far that team has got to go. They have lots of experience and big-game temperament and in a sense Scolari is fortunate, joining a big club with a team of internationals. But it's hard to see where there is going to be an improvement. Maybe they have reached a plateau -- although perhaps that's not the right word."

    -- Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson beginning in with the mind games directed at new Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari. (BBC)

  • Friedel could earn $5.2 million salary

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] "Brad Friedels don't grow on trees." Those were Blackburn Rovers chairman John Williams' words in announcing his club would not part with … Read the whole story

  • And we have a winner ...

    [MLS] The Houston Dynamo can go home now. In Washington since Friday, first for the SuperLiga game against D.C. United on Saturday, the Dynamo … Read the whole story

  • West Ham appeases fans with Behrami signing

    [TRANSFER TALK] West Ham United, which faces the MLS All-Stars Thursday in Toronto, made its first major signing of the summer when it signed … Read the whole story

  • Swedes say no to McDonald's

    [OFF THE POST] Swedish fast food chain Max bit off a bit more than it could chew when it decided to stand up to … Read the whole story

  • Ramos-led Gunners open with victory

    [NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS-BOYS] Coached by former U.S. national team star Tab Ramos, the NJSA Gunners got off to a winning start at the U.S. Youth … Read the whole story

  • Force and So Cal Blues fall in openers

    [NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS-GIRLS] Both defending girls champions lost on Day 1 of the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in North Little Rock, Ark. For more … Read the whole story