Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • 'Game over' for Heath Pearce

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Heath Pearce, the starting U.S. left back for the first two games of the final round of World Cup 2010 qualifying, has ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "We might have a chance if Barcelona turns up with eight players."

    -- Bayern captain Mark van Bommel on the outlook for the second leg of the UEFA Champions League series between Barcelona and Bayern, which fell, 4-0, in last week's first game. Bayern was so badly outplayed that after the "Night of Shame" former Bayern coach Udo Lattek was pictured on television in tears.  (Independent)

  • Liverpool has nothing to lose

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Down 3-1 after the first leg, Liverpool must score at least three goals in Tuesday's second leg of its UEFA Champions ... Read the whole story

  • Barca's Guardiola taking no chances

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Barcelona won the first leg of its UEFA Champions League series with Bayern Munich by a margin of 4-0, but it ... Read the whole story

  • An afternoon of European soccer

    [VIEWING PARTIES], ESPN's sports broadband network, and Verizon are hosting viewing parties, offering simultaneous viewing of both UEFA Champions League games on Tuesday ... Read the whole story

  • Clemson's Adair placed on leave of absence

    [COLLEGE] Trevor Adair, who has coached Clemson's men's team for the last 14 seasons, was placed on a leave of absence after being arrested ... Read the whole story

  • Red cards fly in 'peace game'

    [OFF THE POST] Brazilian clubs Juventude and Caxias promoted their clash as a "peace match" and held a pregame "Fraternity Breakfast" that included fan ... Read the whole story