Soccer America Daily
Friday, August 20, 2010
  • 2010 MLS top salaries

    [MAKING A LIST] David Beckham and recent New York signings Thierry Henry and Rafael Marquez are MLS's top earners, each making more than $5 ... Read the whole story

  • SA RANKINGS: Slim pickings for many forwards

    [MLS] The last of our stories ranking each MLS team by position focuses on the forwards. Their productivity this season is an important factor, ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "You try to do your best because the referee can't go into the stands and literally remove people. There were some objects like lighters and coins and stuff. We knew it was going to be hostile, but this is a result we will be happy to take and go back to Villa Park."

    -- American goalie Brad Guzan, who endured abuse from Viennese fans behind his goal during Aston Villa's Europa League game at Rapid Vienna's Gerhard Hanappi Stadium. At one point, the game was held up so Guzan could hand a lighter  to referee Alain Hamer. The game ended in a 1-1 tie, thanks in no small part to Guzan, who made several big saves. (Daily Star)

  • American Soccer Scoreboard: Thursday

    The Washington Freedom got a key victory in its bid to make the WPS playoffs, moving three points in front of Chicago with a ... Read the whole story

  • Sounders squander lead in Honduras

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Despite an early goal by Roger Levesque that provided a 1-0 lead, Seattle lost its Concacaf Champions League opener to Honduran ... Read the whole story

  • Lichaj makes Villa debut, Altidore returns to action for Villarreal

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] The first leg of the Europa League playoffs was notable for two significant developments: 21-year-old Eric Lichaj made his competitive debut for ... Read the whole story

  • German clubs compete aggressively

    [TRANSFER WATCH] Despite the loss of young World Cup stars Mesut Ozil (Werder Bremen) and Sami Khedira (VfB Stuttgart) to Real Madrid, the Bundesliga, ... Read the whole story

  • Queiroz suspended for first two Euro qualifiers

    [PORTUGAL] Coach Carlos Queiroz will miss Portugal's first two Euro 2012 qualifiers after being suspended by the Portuguese soccer federation (FPF) for one month ... Read the whole story