Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Own goal is thing of beauty for Fire

    [MLS] In miserable conditions, a horrid own goal became a thing of beauty that propelled Chicago into the playoffs and left six other teams ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I would have wished the situation would not have happened. We had 2,500 fans with us and we were told we could not go over (to thank them). The police actually told us they would report us to UEFA and I feel that is showing disrespect. A fine feeling and fine touch was missing there."

    -- Bruno Labbadia, the coach of Hamburg SV, whose players staged a sit-down protest on Glasgow Celtic's field after security forces blocked them from celebrating near their fans after a 1-0 Europa League win. Several of HSV's players sat down near the corner flag before eventually leaving for the tunnel after approached by police. (Reuters)

  • Early returns could decide race

    [MLS] Six teams take the field on the final weekend of MLS league play with playoff hopes, and only two can get in. The ... Read the whole story

  • And the playoff qualifiers are ...

    [MLS PREDICTIONS] The tightest playoff race in league history concludes with seven games over the weekend, with every one having some bearing on how ... Read the whole story

  • D.C. United knocked out of regional competition

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Three second-half goals by Jerry Nelson Palacios helped give Honduran club Marathon a 4-2 win at Trinidad & Tobago's San Juan ... Read the whole story

  • Onyewu to be sidelined six months

    [WORLD CUP 2010 COUNTDOWN] If you were to name the three most indispensable players in the U.S. national team's lineup, the players who come ... Read the whole story

  • Mexico to play six games in U.S.

    [WORLD CUP 2010 COUNTDOWN] The Mexican soccer federation has announced plans for the Mexican national team's pre-World Cup preparations, which include 12 friendlies, of ... Read the whole story

  • Tim Howard endures rough evening

    [AMERICAN ABROAD] With Tim Howard in goal, Everton suffered its worst defeat ever in a European competition when it fell, 5-0, at Benfica in ... Read the whole story

  • Breakers land Osborne and Weimer

    [WPS] The Boston Breakers' rebuilding campaign has begun with the signing of a pair of FC Gold Pride free agents, U.S. national team veteran ... Read the whole story

  • A 95-yard goal [VIDEO]

    [OFF THE POST] SMU's freshman defender Ryan Rosenbaum scored the first goal of his college career with a 95-yard shot in the Mustangs' 3-2 ... Read the whole story