Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Perkins returns to D.C. United

    [MLS] Goalie Troy Perkins is headed back to D.C. United following a complicated deal with the expansion Philadelphia Union that allowed D.C. to exchange ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I can't analyze what has happened with foreign coaches in the past. I know that the MLS is physical football and looks similar to Scandinavian football. I've been around different countries, so I know what it takes to build a winning team."

    -- New Red Bulls coach Hans Backe. The Swede is the club's 11th coach in its 14th year history -- not including Richie Williams, who had two stints as interim coach. The club's previous foreign coaches who failed to win a title included Carlos Queiroz, Carlos Alberto Parreira and Bora Milutinovic. (AP)

  • Marcus Tracy speeding up the learning curve

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] One year into his pro career, Marcus Tracy spent early training with the U.S. national team before being sidelined with tendinitis. Whether ... Read the whole story

  • Johnson debuts for Aris in Greek Cup win

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Eddie Johnson, on loan from English club Fulham, made his debut for Greek club Aris, coming on as a substitute late in ... Read the whole story

  • Soccer America's Year 2 mock draft

    [WPS] Women's Professional Soccer will hold its second draft of college players on Friday at the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia. This year's draft is ... Read the whole story

  • Eto'o insists 'no problem' after Cameroon loss

    [AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS] The five 2010 World Cup finalists at the Africa Cup of Nations finished their opening games without a victory when ... Read the whole story

  • More humiliation for Liverpool

    [ENGLAND] Will this be the loss that finally costs Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez his job? The beleaguered Spanish manager even acknowledged the pressure on ... Read the whole story