Soccer America Daily
Friday, May 7, 2010
  • Man. United to face All-Stars

    [MLS] Manchester United is headed to North America for a five-game tour of Canada, Mexico and the United States highlighted by a match against ... Read the whole story

  • What We're Watching ... Survival of the fittest

    [MLS] There will be plenty of tired legs this weekend in MLS; six teams play their third game in eight days following a slate ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "The law must intervene. The police must give an explanation. Those responsible for security should answer for what happened. The club's directors are not the people responsible for body-searching those who enter the ground. This person should not have passed the entry control.

    -- Carlos Eliceche, the mayor of Argentine city Puerto Madryn, blaming the police after a fan fired pistol shots during a third division game between Deportivo Madryn and Huracan de Comodoro Rivadavia in response to his wife being hit by a rock thrown by visiting fans. No one was injured but the game was delayed for 15 minutes while police fan was escorted out of the stadium. (Reuters)

  • MLS this weekend ...

    [SCOREBOARD] Seven games are on tap for Saturday in MLS. Los Angeles puts its unbeaten record on the line when it travels to Seattle. ... Read the whole story

  • A stadium of their own

    [WPS] Soccer-specific stadiums owned and operated by MLS clubs have fueled the boom of the Division I men's pro league. Now Women's Professional Soccer ... Read the whole story

  • Bedoya returns to action in Sweden

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Back from a one-game suspension, U.S. World Cup candidate Alejandro Bedoya played the entire game for third-place Orebro in its 2-1 loss ... Read the whole story

  • FC Gold Pride takes aim at '09 mark

    [WPS] FC Gold Pride won four games in all of the 2009 season. It can match that total in only its fifth match if ... Read the whole story

  • Chelsea and Bayern Munich in driver's seat

    [EUROPEAN RACES] The English and German leagues end this week. Chelsea and Bayern Munich, respectively, are in the driver's seat. Barcelona and Inter Milan ... Read the whole story