Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
  • Mexico's Tigres high on U.S. talent

    [INTERVIEW] Among Mexican clubs scouring the USA for Mexican-American talent, none is more ambitious than Tigres UANL, the Monterrey club that has 16 U.S. ... Read the whole story

  • A look at multi-tiered Tigres

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Like other Mexican first division clubs, Monterrey-based Tigres operates a multi-tiered farm and youth system. What is unique about the program is ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "We talked about being special, being the first MLS team to repeat [as Open Cup champions], the first team in a long time to repeat, and the guys really took it to heart … Luck was on our side, we were fortunate there, but we also worked hard and deserved it.”

    -- Seattle Sounders coach Sigi Schmid after his team's 2-1 Open Cup final over the Columbus Crew on Tuesday. Schmid coached Seattle to last year's Open Cup title and the Los Angeles Galaxy to the crown in 2001. He won MLS titles with Los Angeles in 2002 and Columbus in 2008. (ESPN.com)

  • Sounders roar back to lift the cup

    [U.S. OPEN CUP] Neutral fans and skeptical pundits seldom praise the U.S. Open Cup, but even the most disdainful critics had to be impressed ... Read the whole story

  • U.S. Open Cup champions

    [RECORD BOOK] The Seattle Sounders became the first team in more than a quarter of a century to repeat as U.S. Open Cup champions. ... Read the whole story

  • MLS connections abound in final eight

    [D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The first-year D-2 Pro League begins its playoffs on Wednesday with two games. The eight quarterfinals all feature players with MLS ... Read the whole story

  • Soccer America Men's Top 25

    [RANKINGS] Akron remains No. 1 in the Soccer America Men's Top 25 rankings. Connecticut moves up two spots to No. 2, ahead of North ... Read the whole story