Soccer America Daily
Sunday, March 14, 2010
  • Beckham admits his England hopes are in doubt

    [WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] With his playing time at AC Milan shrinking, David Beckham admitted that he is not banking on making England's World Cup ... Read the whole story

  • Donovan's anti-climatic finale

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Barring a last-minute change in plans, Landon Donovan was scheduled to fly home on Sunday after the conclusion of his 10-week loan ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I'm already kicking a ball, I'm nearly ready. I still want to play, really. I am happy to be alive and to have recovered and that very soon we'll be back on the field."

    -- Paraguayan star Salvador Cabanas, speaking publicly for the first time since he was shot in the head in the bathroom of a Mexico City nightclub in January, feels almost ready to play soccer again. (Reuters)

  • U.S. national team weekend

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Eleven Americans, most likely selections for the U.S. World Cup team, were in action abroad on Saturday but only Marcus Hahnemann (Wolves) ... Read the whole story

  • Moreno leads D.C. past RSL

    [CAROLINA CHALLENGE CUP] Jaime Moreno, MLS's all-time leading goal scorer, scored twice in the last quarter of an hour to give D.C. United a ... Read the whole story

  • 2010 MLS Imports

    [MAKING A LIST] The signings of Costa Rican internationals Michael Umana (Chivas USA) and Alvaro Saborio (Real Salt Lake) and Liberian Collins John (Chicago) ... Read the whole story

  • Americans crush Cayman Islands, 13-0

    [CONCACAF WOMEN'S UNDER-17 CHAMPIONSHIP] The USA clinched a berth in the semifinals of the CONCACAF U-17 Women's Championship when it crushed the Cayman Islands, ... Read the whole story

  • Hiddink turns down Ivory Coast deal

    [WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] Guus Hiddink won't being coaching Ivory Coast at the World Cup. The Dutchman, who has coached the Netherlands (1998 semifinals), South ... Read the whole story

  • Citi named second founding sponsor

    [WPS] Women’s Professional Soccer has signed financial services company Citi as its second founding partner. Citi joins Puma, a founding partner during the WPS ... Read the whole story