Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Vancouver comes aboard

    Finally, MLS has docked in Vancouver. Commissioner Don Garber flew to the Canadian city Tuesday to wrap up final details and attend a press ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Certainly it would benefit the team if we still had him [Landon Donovan] with us."

    -- Bayern Munich coach Juergen Klinsmann, whose team is short of strikers after Miroslav Klose suffered an ankle injury that will sideline him for two months while Luca Toni is out with a hurt Achilles' tendon. Donovan ended his loan spell at Bayern and returned Los Angeles last week. (Focus)

  • Islanders do it again

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Puerto Rico was bounced by the USA from the World Baseball Classic with a three-run rally in the bottom of the ... Read the whole story

  • VW reups with multi-year agreement

    [MLS] These are tough times for sports leagues seeking to seal marketing deals, but Major League Soccer received a boost this week when Soccer ... Read the whole story

  • Mexico's Marquez handed two-game ban

    [WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Rafael Marquez's flying kick at U.S. goalie Tim Howard in last month's Hexagonal opener landed the Mexico captain a two-game ... Read the whole story

  • Gunners rally to sink Hull

    [ENGLAND] The Arsenal-Chelsea semifinal date is on for April 18 at Wembley Stadium after the Gunners rallied in the last quarter of an hour, ... Read the whole story

  • Philadelphia to begin play in 2010

    [WPS] Women's Professional Soccer awarded its eighth franchise to Philadelphia, which will begin play in 2010. The Philadelphia ownership group, led by David Halstead ... Read the whole story