Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
  • No excusing lackluster Americans

    [MY VIEW] The players were mostly the same but the U.S. team that lost to Brazil Tuesday at the packed New Meadowlands Stadium hardly ... Read the whole story

  • U.S. Player Ratings

    [USA-BRAZIL REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Mike Woitalla grades the U.S. players after the USA's 2-0 loss to Brazil in East Rutherford, N.J., on Tuesday. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "The things we need to work on are always the same. When you play at a high level, the ability with the ball, to see things faster, move it quickly, create advantages, take advantage of situations. The window is smaller, it closes faster."

    -- U.S. coach Bob Bradley after his veteran team was outclassed by a youthful Brazil team with no starter over the age of 27 in the first game of the post-2010 World Cup era.

  • Brazil cruises to victory

    [USA-BRAZIL] The USA, in its first game since the 2010 World Cup, started strong but faded fast in Tuesday's friendly against Brazil at the ... Read the whole story

  • Diverse class is honored

    [HALL OF FAME] Hours before Brazil would beat the USA for 15th time in 16 games, Preki, whose goal gave the USA its only ... Read the whole story

  • Timbers name Spencer head coach

    [MLS] As expected, the expansion Portland Timbers named former Houston Dynamo assistant coach John Spencer as their head coach for their first season in ... Read the whole story

  • Salgado headed to Vancouver on loan

    [MLS] Omar Salgado, the 16-year-old forward signed by MLS, has been loaned to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC for the remainder of the of USSF ... Read the whole story

  • Five Red Bulls get call-ups

    [MAKING A LIST] Thierry Henry has quit the French national team, but five other New York Red Bull players are off on international duty, ... Read the whole story

  • Capello sticks with old guard

    [ENGLAND] Those fans looking for a housecleaning after England's poor showing after the World Cup will be disappointed. Most of the usual suspects have ... Read the whole story