Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
  • The case for Ricardo Clark

    [UNDER THE MICROSCOPE] The sometimes reckless U.S. midfielder has been nicknamed "Redcardo" by certain fans, most of whom prefer Jose Francisco Torres in the ... Read the whole story

  • English blasted after weak showing

    [USA-ENGLAND COUNTDOWN] How much should you read into England's limpid performance in its 3-0 win over the vacationing Platinum Stars, one of the weakest ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I have a house with its own dock and I can take my boat out when I want. Some people thought I was crazy when I quit Europe to go to the U.S., but for me the quality of life and the place I live is important. I'm on the lake, I'm close to the ocean and the mountains."

    -- The Seattle Sounders' Swedish midfielder Freddie Ljungberg, who arrived in MLS last season after a decade in the English Premier League. (The Daily Mail)

  • Barry ruled out of opener

    [USA-ENGLAND COUNTDOWN] England midfielder Gareth Barry has been ruled out Saturday's Group C match against the United States. Read the whole story

  • McCarthy dropped for womanizing

    [SOUTH AFRICA] Fitness wasn't only reason star Benni McCarthy was left off host South Africa's 23-player squad for the World Cup. According to South ... Read the whole story

  • The long road to the World Cup

    [OFF THE POST] Dutch fans are known to be among the most diehard soccer fans in the world. A group of Oranje supporters are ... Read the whole story

  • World Cup 2010 Schedule

    [DATEBOOK] The 2010 World Cup kicks off Friday in South Africa. Here's the complete television schedule with information on online and mobile viewing. Read the whole story

  • Seattle sets new high

    [MLS ATTENDANCE] In the final weekend of MLS play before its two-week World Cup break, eight games drew an average of 19,525 fans. League ... Read the whole story

  • Celtic headed back to Fenway

    [DATEBOOK] Scottish club Celtic will return to Boston's Fenway Park 69 years after their first appearance at the legendary home of the baseball Red ... Read the whole story