Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • United sets its sights on Maryland

    D.C. United rolled out a few political backers and ambitious plans for a 24,000-seat stadium in Prince George's County, Md., at a press conference … Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I obviously think there is a big chance that the game over there will grow. I said it from the moment that I went over there that it will take more than five, 10 or 15 years and that's not changed. I'm still committed as an ambassador, but for the moment I want to play my football here."

    -- David Beckham, downplaying his impact on American soccer and clearly wanting a way out of his contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy so he can stay with Italian club AC Milan. (Press Association)

  • Cannon accepts pay cut

    [MLS] Months of haggling and negotiations have ended with goalkeeper Joe Cannon signing a new deal with San Jose that gives him less money … Read the whole story

  • National team players reach accord

    [WPS] An agreement was reached between Women's Professional Soccer and U.S. national team players on the terms of the standard contract players will sign … Read the whole story

  • Eduardo makes dream comeback

    [ENGLAND] After 358 days on the sidelines with a broken leg and ankle, Eduardo played his first game with Arsenal and celebrated with two … Read the whole story

  • Clavijo takes role with Traffic

    [USL-1] Former MLS coach Fernando Clavijo has been named the director of soccer of Traffic Sports USA, the owner of USL First Division club … Read the whole story

  • A bum wrap [VIDEO]

    [OFF THE POST] Players from Spanish third division club Galactico Pegaso used its match against Real Madrid farm team Real Madrid C to protest … Read the whole story

  • Abramovich loses almost $10 billion

    [SIGN OF THE TIMES] According to Finans, a Russian business magazine, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has lost almost $10 billion in the economic collapse, … Read the whole story