Soccer America Daily
Sunday, April 18, 2010
  • Buddle claims top star

    [MLS] None of the six MLS games played on Saturday ended in ties and only one produced just one goal. Houston's Lovel Palmer scored ... Read the whole story

  • MLS Saturday ...

    [SCOREBOARD] Los Angeles won its fourth straight game with a 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake in their MLS Cup 2009 rematch, while D.C. ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "We are men in here, we are professionals, we can't just keep saying positives. We have to start holding each other accountable. This is ridiculous. We work all week, and we work hard for 75 minutes, and then there the game goes again. It's getting old."

    -- Midfielder Santino Quaranta after D.C. United gave up two goals in the last 10 minutes and fell to the visiting Chicago Fire, 2-0, on Saturday night. United is off to its worst start ever at 0-4, losing for the third straight time on a goal conceded in the last 10 minutes. (Washington Post)

  • U.S. national team weekend

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] The only regular on the U.S. national team to win in Europe over the weekend was Tim Howard when Everton edged Blackburn, ... Read the whole story

  • Race tightens in EPL; Barca stymied in 'derbi'

    [EUROPEAN RACES] Manchester United kept its English Premier League title hopes alive when Paul Scholes scored in stoppage time to give it a 1-0 ... Read the whole story

  • Sinclair and Marta lead Pride past champs

    [WPS] FC Gold Pride got a pair of goals from Canadian Christine Sinclair and Brazilian star Marta's first goal of the season to beat ... Read the whole story

  • Sellouts in Portland and St. Louis

    [D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The MLS-bound Portland Timbers opened their final season at the D2 level with a 1-0 win over the Rochester Rhinos in ... Read the whole story

  • Men's Division I offseason coaching moves

    [COLLEGE] Don D'Ambra, coach of the MISL's Philadelphia Kixx, is returning to his alma mater as the head coach of the St. Joseph's men's ... Read the whole story