Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • What next for LA follies?

    Make no mistake, Anschutz Entertainment Group czar Tim Leiweke knows success from failure, how to turn loss into profit, and how to move product ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "There are two good people that for different reasons aren't part of this organization today, and that's a shame. The fact is, the players have to look deep inside themselves and understand they have to be responsible for some of this. Am I angry we find ourselves in the situation we find ourselves in? Yes. This is not a fun week. The Galaxy hasn't made the playoffs for a couple years. Punting on this season is not acceptable. It starts Thursday."

    -- Tim Leiweke, president of Los Angeles Galaxy owner AEG, after the announcement that General Manager Alexi Lalas was fired and Coach Ruud Gullit resigned on Monday. (AP)

  • MLS mid-season coaching casualties

    [MAKING A LIST] Ruud Gullit is the fifth Los Angeles Galaxy coach to be fired or resign in mid-season. Only two other MLS teams ... Read the whole story

  • Ruiz to face Americans in World Cup qualifier

    [USA-GUATEMALA] Guatemala national team coach Ramon Maradiaga will welcome three foreign-based players -- the Los Angeles Galaxy's Carlos Ruiz, Jose Contreras of Argentina's Arsenal ... Read the whole story

  • Will Thierry Henry turn traitor?

    [TRANSFER TALK] Desperately thin up front with just days to go before the start of the EPL, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is ... Read the whole story

  • Women's league adds second '10 expansion team

    [WPS] Women's pro soccer will be returning to Atlanta in 2010 when an Women's Professional Soccer expansion team will begin play. Read the whole story

  • Special Edition: U.S. Olympic soccer

    MEMBERSHIP ALERT: A special edition will appear later Wednesday with coverage of the USA- Nigeria men's match, so look for this e-newsletter from Soccer ... Read the whole story