Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • D.C. United's lead partner sells out

    The decision of D.C. United lead partner Victor MacFarlane to sell out to partner William Chang represents MLS's first major ownership change since the ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "For us, they're champions already. We needed an escape from so much violence, and from living behind closed doors."

    -- Housewife Adelina Terrazas, a fan of Mexican First Division club Indios, which reached the semifinals of the Torneo Clausura despite having the league's lowest payroll and playing in Juarez, which is embroiled in a drug war. Indios lost the first leg of their series with Pachuca, 2-0, at home on Thursday. (Reuters)

  • Tough road tests for Seattle and RSL

    [MLS PREDICTIONS] Seattle and Real Salt Lake have flattened out after quick starts, and are on the road to play Colorado and D.C. United, ... Read the whole story

  • Fit to be tied in MLS

    [MAKING A LIST] If you've been marking "X" on your 1-X-2 prediction card for MLS games this season, you've been doing well. Almost 40 ... Read the whole story

  • Bubble bursts for Vidal's Indios

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Jose Francisco Torres' Pachuca beat Marco Vidal's Indios, 2-0, in the first leg of their semifinal series in Mexico's Torneo Clausura. Read the whole story

  • Fire's Soumare called up by Mali

    [WORLD 2010 QUALIFYING] Chicago Fire defender Bakary Soumare has been recalled by Mali for a pair of World Cup qualifiers against Ghana and Benin ... Read the whole story

  • Dunga drops Ronaldinho from Brazil squad

    [CONFEDERATIONS CUP]  Ronaldinho won't be playing in next month's Confederations Cup. Nor will Ronaldo. But Brazil coach Dunga found room for three uncapped  players ... Read the whole story

  • FIFA puts Nigeria on notice

    [UNDER-17 WORLD CUP] It looks like Nigeria will lose the Under-17 World Cup, which it is scheduled to host in the fall. Following an ... Read the whole story