Soccer America Daily
Monday, June 21, 2010
  • U.S. players accept bizarre decisions

    [MY VIEW] Sad to say, soccer players are used to referees erring at critical points of important matches, and the World Cup is not ... Read the whole story

  • Brazil shows some samba to down Elephants

    [BRAZIL-IVORY COAST] Not often did Brazil flick on its irrepressible style, yet it cruised into the round of 16 by outclassing a very disappointing ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "People are up in arms. That's pretty cool. For soccer fans that's like a small detail in that game. For people, especially our American fans back home, to be so up in arms shows that one, they care, and two, they are starting to learn about how it works."

    -- U.S goalkeeper Tim Howard is impressed with the passionate reaction in the USA to Mali referee Koman Coulibaly's phantom call nullifying what what have been a winning goal against Slovenia. (AFP)

  • African festival turns to nightmare

    [MY VIEW] This was supposed to be the best chance for an African team to win the World Cup. Unfortunately, home continent advantage has ... Read the whole story

  • World Cup 2010 in brief

    [SCOREBOARD] The 2010 World Cup finished with an average of 2.27 goals a game, the second lowest in history. Spain's eight goals in seven ... Read the whole story

  • Where to watch all the action

    [WORLD CUP VIEWING] Soccer America's list of soccer viewing establishments where you might be able to catch the World Cup games now numbers in ... Read the whole story

  • Independence climbs into second place

    [WPS] The expansion Philadelphia Independence climbed into second place in WPS with a 4-1 win at Sky Blue FC on Sunday. Read the whole story