Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
  • Hartman left in limbo

    [MLS] If not for a strained hip flexor suffered by goalkeeper Zach Thornton, counterpart Kevin Hartman would truly be marooned. The veteran Hartman, a ... Read the whole story

  • Feilhaber joins U.S. injury list

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] It's a good thing the midfield is supposed to be the deepest part of the U.S. national team. Yet another midfielder, Benny ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Today he's fantastic, his form over the last few months has brought him to the highest point in his career. ... When people say some players are world class it's the most misused term but now Wayne is getting to the point where we have to say he's one of the best players in the world."

    -- Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson on Man U's Wayne Rooney. Ferguson added that Cristiano Ronaldo, who left Man U in the summer for Real Madrid, is "the best in the world." (AFP)

  • Collins John makes impression with Chicago

    [MLS] The best way for a goalscorer on trial to make an impression is hit the net, and former Fulham striker Collins John did ... Read the whole story

  • Trio re-ups with Seattle

    [MLS] The Seattle Sounders have retained three components of their successful 2009 expansion season as they head to Spain for the next phase of ... Read the whole story

  • Offseason player moves

    [MLS] Aziz Ansah holds the distinction of having one of the shortest stints on an MLS roster. Less than six weeks after FC Dallas ... Read the whole story

  • Beckham set for emotional game

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] David Beckham faces Manchester United for the first time since he left Man U in 2003 when Milan hosts United at ... Read the whole story

  • Japan's Okada in hot seat

    [WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Japan national team coach Takeshi Okada finds himself in the hot seat after his team's 3-1 loss to archrival South Korea ... Read the whole story