Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Bradley should remain in Bundesliga

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] It looks like U.S. national team midfielder Michael Bradley will be staying in the German Bundesliga. He played the entire 90 minutes ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    ''Asian football is in safe hands."

    -- FIFA President Sepp Blatter on the reelection of Asian soccer confederation president Mohamed Bin Hammam to FIFA's executive committee after a 23-21 vote (with two other votes thrown out), that followed accusations of vote-buying and dirty tricks. South Korean Chung Mong-Joon, a FIFA vice president and political rival accused Hammam of ''acting like the head of a crime organization'' and suggested he was "suffering from mental problems. I want to advise him to consider going to hospital.'' (AP)

  • Toronto FC on top in Canada

    [NUTRILITE CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP] Soccer fever has swept Canada as evidenced by Wednesday's crowd of almost 20,000 that watched Toronto FC defeat the Montreal Impact, ... Read the whole story

  • RISING STAR: Stefan Frei

    [MLS] It's rare that a goalkeeper breaks right into an MLS team out of college, but Stefan Frei, picked 13th overall out of Cal ... Read the whole story

  • Manchester United closes in on EPL crown

    [ENGLAND] Manchester United rallied to beat Wigan Athletic, 2-1, to move to within one point of clinching a third straight Premier League title. The ... Read the whole story

  • Barca puts title quest on overdrive

    [SPAIN] One down, two to go. Barcelona won its first title of the season when it captured the Copa del Rey -- Spain's cup ... Read the whole story