Soccer America Daily
Saturday, February 6, 2010
  • Sampson ends silence on Harkes affair

    [U.S. SOCCER] "The phone hasn't stopped ringing," said former U.S. head coach Steve Sampson, who decided to end nearly a dozen years of silence ... Read the whole story

  • Altidore's Hull stymies leader Chelsea

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] For Jozy Altidore, his scoreless streak in English Premier League play is now 17 games. Hull City's winless string in all competitions ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I am not going to rehash the things that have happened in the past. 1998 was devastating to me and my family. It was hard enough not to play in the World Cup, but it was even difficult to go through that time period, the most difficult time period of my life."

    -- John Harkes, after former U.S. coach Steve Sampson and former U.S. teammate Eric Wynalda revealed details on why Harkes was dropped from the U.S. team before the 1998 World Cup. (AP)

  • DeMerit's Watford ends skid

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Jay DeMerit went the distance in the middle of the backline in Watford's 3-0 win over visiting Sheffield United in the League ... Read the whole story

  • Beasley's car firebombed

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Rangers midfielder DaMarcus Beasley had his BMW set ablaze on Monday night in an attack Glasgow police was treating as "willful fireraising." Read the whole story

  • Offseason player moves

    [MLS] How does the balance of trade in MLS look so far in the offseason? It's early in the U.S. transfer window, but MLS ... Read the whole story

  • Who will the Athletica take?

    [WPS] Now that it has landed the No. 1 pick in Thursday's dispersal draft of players from the defunct Los Angeles Sol, who will ... Read the whole story

  • Another Club America player shot

    [MEXICO] Mexican midfielder Juan Carlos Silva, a 22-year-old Club America teammate of Paraguayan striker Salvador Cabanas, who was shot in the head last week, ... Read the whole story