Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Mexican clubs go on shopping sprees

    [INTERLIGA] The InterLiga, which kicks off on Friday, features eight of Mexico's top clubs in search of two spots in the 2009 Libertadores Cup. ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "It's obviously a high point to be able to score against one of the best teams in the world. It's the first time I've scored twice in a Premiership game. It rates up there near the very top (of my career). I mean, nothing is better than scoring in the World Cup [which Dempsey accomplished against Ghana in 2006], but it has to be up there because you don't play against the best in the world, or play against the best competition, all the time."

    -- Clint Dempsey on his two goals for Fulham in its 2-2 tie Sunday with Chelsea. (goal.com)

  • Videira joins the ranks of returnees

    [MLS] Another highly-regarded college player has come back to MLS after failing to land a spot in Europe. Former Duke midfielder Michael Videira has ... Read the whole story

  • Offseason MLS Player Moves

    [MAKING A LIST] The Houston Dynamo failed in its bid to sign Mexican Luis Angel Landin (loaned by Morelia to Cruz Azul), leaving Swede ... Read the whole story

  • Ligue 1 clubs rake in profits

    [FRANCE] For the third year in a row, France's Ligue 1 showed a profit with its 20 clubs netting a profit of $35 million ... Read the whole story

  • Bizarre end to strangest FA Cup encounter ever

    [OFF THE POST] The second-round match between sixth-level Droylsden and fourth-level Chesterfield may go down as the strangest match in English FA Cup history. ... Read the whole story