Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Toronto, in midst McBride deal, loses late in Salt Lake

    Chad Barrett made it to Salt Lake City in time to play for Toronto FC in a rare Monday night MLS contest, but never ... Read the whole story

  • Hyndman does deals for Dallas

    [MLS] There are indeed changes afoot at FC Dallas, but so far, none of them have moved midfielder Juan Toja or forward Kenny Cooper. ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "When you acted the way you did you demeaned the efforts of a 14-year-old who was trying hard and [you] set a bad example for the children, including your own child."

    -- Canadian judge Joseph De Filippis while giving a conditional discharge with a one-year probation and an order to perform 25 hours of community service to Sandra Gutierrez-Aldana, who, at her son's U-8 soccer, berated a 14-year-old girl referee and punched the ref's dad. (NewsDurhamRegion.com)

  • U.S. U-20s fall to hosts at Milk Cup

    [YOUTH] The USA fell to host Northern Ireland, 3-1, on Monday in the opening of the Milk Cup's Elite Section. Read the whole story

  • Bizarre twist to Keane's Liverpool deal

    [TRANSFER TALK] Liverpool has captured the signature of Robbie Keane from Tottenham Hotspur. The Ireland captain signed a four-year deal with the Anfield club, ... Read the whole story

  • Goal by a Goalkeeper

    [VIDEO] South Korea goalkeeper Jung Sung-Ryeong scored a long-distance goal in a U-23 friendly against the Ivory Coast. Read the whole story

  • Player bares bare girlfriend to get tryout

    [OFF THE POST] After failing to establish himself in the Romanian league, 24-year-old Adrian Patulea traveled to England in hopes of earning a contract ... Read the whole story

  • Well-paid player busted for thievery

    [CRIME & PUNISHMENT] Southampton winger Nathan Dyer has been ordered to commit 60 hours of community service by the Portsmouth Magistrates' Court. The 20-year-old ... Read the whole story