Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
  • Rating the Tampa 20's chances

    [USA-SALVADOR] Wednesday's match against El Salvador in Tampa (TV: ESPN Classic, Galavision, 7 pm ET) will likely be the last time many of the ... Read the whole story

  • Beckerman copes with life on the bubble

    [WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] The numbers game, the pecking order, guys on the bubble, how many defenders, how many midfielders ... it all makes for ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I never said he is my friend. We didn’t go to eat together and to drink wine together. Usually when you go to eat and to drink one, two, three glasses of wine, usually you have a good relationship, but we didn’t. It is no problem because I will eat this evening and he will eat the same. In Italy we are not used to drinking wine after matches, but when he comes to England, maybe it will be no problem. It could be a good moment to improve our friendship."

    -- Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti on how wine diplomacy could affect his relationship with Inter Milan coach Jose Mourinho, the former Chelsea coach who has irked Ancelotti by claiming all the credit for Chelsea’s development into a leading European force. Inter meets Chelsea in the Champions League on Wednesday. (Times of London)

  • Luis Gil lands at Kansas City

    [MLS] Luis Gil, arguably the most talented teenager to sign with MLS since Jozy Altidore, went to the Kansas City Wizards during a weighted ... Read the whole story

  • Revs add Desire to midfield

    [MLS] The New England Revolution tapped its African pipeline, signing Senegalese central midfielder Niouky Desire. He is the fifth African on the Revs' roster. Read the whole story

  • Barcelona looks to avoid upset

    [PREDICTIONS] Can defending champion Barcelona avoid an upset at red-hot Stuttgart? Visiting Bordeaux and Sevilla appear to have the edge against Olympiakos and CSKA ... Read the whole story

  • Albicelestes set to play in the United States

    [ARGENTINA] After Mexico and Brazil, Argentina's national team is setting up shop in the United States. Read the whole story