Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Kenny Cooper negotiations stall

    [MLS] To the list of young players signed recently by MLS to new contracts can be added FC Dallas defender Drew Moor, but not ... Read the whole story

  • Michael Bradley logs most minutes in 2008

    [BY THE NUMBERS] As the USA prepares for its World Cup qualifying clash with Trinidad & Tobago on Wednesday in Bridgeview, Ill., we look ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I'm sad because I left my teammates with 10 players again. In the first incident, the referee could have sent me off. They were two senseless tackles, a rush of blood to the head which has made me miss another important Argentina game."

    -- Argentina's Carlos Tevez offers a mea culpa for receiving his second red card in three games in World Cup qualifying. The Manchester United forward was sent off in the 31st minute of Saturday's 1-1 tie with Paraguay. (Reuters)

  • RISING STAR PROFILE: Bakary Soumare

    [MLS] Bakary Soumare's solid play has helped Chicago yield a league-low 18 goals this year. Get to know Soumare in this profile by Soccer ... Read the whole story

  • Fines don't stop smoking coach

    [OFF THE POST] Antonio Mohamed, coach of Argentine club Colon, would rather pay fines than stop smoking on the bench. He has spent $750 ... Read the whole story

  • World Cup 2010 Qualifying TV Schedule

    World Cup 2010 qualifying continues with 42 midweek games. Besides USA-Trinidad & Tobago, the televised games include Serbia-France and Portugal-Denmark. For all the qualifying ... Read the whole story