Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
  • Tricky calls for refs on goals

    [MLS] Of the 26 goals scored last Saturday in the third week of MLS play, the two mostly hotly contested were those involving a ... Read the whole story

  • TFC adds defensive help

    [MLS] Defensive reinforcements have arrived for Toronto FC, whose pathetic back line coughed up three balls that New England turned into goals during a ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "If I lied a little bit on my CV, I am sorry -- but I never took one euro from anybody. My only concern was to have a chance to show I can play at the top level. I am just like 99 percent of my friends in France, who say on their resume they can speak fluent English.

    -- Frenchman Greg Akcelrod, who conned his way into getting a tryout with Belgian club CSKA Sofia by claiming he had played with a top-flight Paris club, trained with a team in Argentina, had a video on his Web site purporting to show him scoring a goal for England's Swindon Town, and that he'd been chosen as an ambassador for Lance Armstrong's charity. CSKA noticed quickly he wasn't much of a player. (Wall Street Journal)

  • Bedoya's Orebro loses in BC reunion game

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] World Cup hopeful Alejandro Bedoya and Michael Parkhurst were the only Americans in action in Scandinavia on Monday. Read the whole story

  • Luis Gil heads squad called into camp

    [U.S. UNDER-18 MEN] Real Salt Lake rookie Luis Gil is among 24 players U.S. under-18 men's national team coach Mike Matkovich will bring will ... Read the whole story

  • Mexico's Aguirre: 'This team can make history'

    [WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN] At Monday's opening of Mexico's full-time camp for domestic-based national team players at the Centro de Alto in Mexico City, Coach ... Read the whole story