Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • D.C. United aims to extend East lead

    [MLS PREDICTIONS] Of the seven games, only Friday's matchup of New York and San Jose pairs teams from different conferences. Out west, Texas rivals ... Read the whole story

  • Wambach suspended for foul on Daniela

    [WPS] Women's Professional Soccer Commissioner Tonya Antonucci suspended Washington Freedom forward Abby Wambach for one game for her tackle on the St. Louis Athletica's ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "The horrible part of football is you fall in love with your players."

    -- Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson. (BBC)

  • Werder Bremen and Shakhtar Donetskin reach final

    [UEFA CUP] Germany's Werder Bremen and Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk defeated domestic rivals on Thursday to advance to the final of the last edition of ... Read the whole story

  • Stadiums reopened -- sort of -- for final weekend

    [MEXICO] Stadiums across Mexico will be reopened -- with restrictions -- for the final weekend of regular-season play in Mexico's Torneo Clausura. Following two ... Read the whole story

  • Ronaldo to make national team comeback?

    [BRAZIL] Having scored 10 goals in 13 games for Corinthians since returning from a one-year knee-injury layoff, two-time world champ Ronaldo could be set ... Read the whole story

  • Tom Henning Ovrebo target of death threats

    [REF WATCH] Tom Henning Ovrebo, who refereed Champions League semifinal on Wednesday in which Barcelona ousted Chelsea, needed police protection after the game and ... Read the whole story

  • Sol looks for revenge

    [WPS] A week after Boston handed the leader Los Angeles Sol its first defeat of the season, the Breakers head to the Home Depot ... Read the whole story

  • FC Gold Pride slashes ticket prices

    [WPS] After drawing the two lowest crowds of the inaugural Women's Professional Soccer season for back-to-back games -- 3,321 and 2,533 -- FC Gold ... Read the whole story

  • OBITUARY: Leo Weinstein (1922-2009)

    Leo Weinstein, a Stanford University professor who coached the Stanford soccer team and later was a soccer journalist for such publications as Soccer America, ... Read the whole story