Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • D.C. United doesn't learn its lesson

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Hurricane Ike has put off Houston's entry into the Concacaf Champions League but there's no such reprieve for D.C. United. Injuries ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "From a sports point of view, for me it is a disappointment because Robinho had everything here to triumph. But you have to respect his dream to be a good player in a mediocre club in England."

    -- Real Madrid coach Bernd Schuster on Brazil international Robinho's move from the Spanish champions to Manchester City at the transfer deadline. (AFP)

  • There at the bell on Wall Street

    [U.S. WOMEN] Monday was one of the worst days in the history of American finance, and members of the U.S. women's national were there ... Read the whole story

  • Wambach headed to Washington

    [WPS] The first Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) allocations will be announced, and according to the Washington Post's Soccer Insider, star Abby Wambach is headed ... Read the whole story

  • Los Angeles names Rogers women's coach

    [WPS] A day before the first Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) allocations will be announced, the Los Angeles team named Abner Rogers as its head ... Read the whole story

  • RISING STAR PROFILE: Ely Allen

    [MLS] Rookie midfielder Ely Allen out of the University of Washington has seen action in half of the Los Angeles Galaxy's games this season, ... Read the whole story

  • Witchcraft sparks deadly riot

    [AFRICA] A stadium riot in Congo that caused 13 deaths reportedly started when players retaliated to a goalkeeper's use of witchcraft. During game between ... Read the whole story

  • UEFA Champions League TV Schedule

    American teenage star Jozy Altidore could make his European debut for Spanish club Villarreal Wednesday when it faces English champion Manchester United in the ... Read the whole story