Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
  • Davies resumes full training

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Striker Charlie Davies trained Sochaux on Monday, the first time he has participated in full training with the French club since suffering … Read the whole story

  • QUICK TAKE: Mike Petke

    [MLS] Red Bull defender Mike Petke, a native of Bohemia, N.Y., is manning the middle for a 4-1-0 team that is atop the Eastern … Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    “Somebody took Humpty Dumpty and put him back together again.”

    -- James Hashimoto, a trainer with the United States national team who surpervised the rehabilitation of U.S. striker Charlie Davies, who in an October car crash fractured the tibia, fibula and femur in his right leg, and broke his elbow, his nose and his eye socket. His bladder was lacerated and he had a serious head trauma. Davies started full-contact training with his club Sochaux last week, but club president Alexandre Lacombe said that Davies would not see any action this season. Davies, however, remains hopeful of making the U.S. World Cup squad. (New York Times)

  • Houston's Cameron out for season

    [MLS] The Houston Dynamo got more bad news on Monday: young star Geoff Cameron, on whom it was counting upon to replace the departed … Read the whole story

  • Joseph leaves Revs for indefinite period

    [MLS] The Revs, for which midfield stalwart Shalrie Joseph has played only one game this season because of injuries, will be missing their  captain … Read the whole story

  • Few fans in Dallas, New England

    [MLS ATTENDANCE] Two Week 5 games, in Dallas and New England, failed to break the 10,000 mark. Toronto FC drew the week's biggest crowd … Read the whole story

  • Lyon aims for first final

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Lyon aims for its first berth in the UEFA Champions League final when it hosts Bayern Munich Tuesday in the second … Read the whole story