Soccer America Daily
Thursday, October 7, 2010
  • De Ro displays the cost of bad spending

    [MY VIEW] When he whipped out an imaginary checkbook and pantomimed the writing of a presumably hefty payment after scoring a goal a week ... Read the whole story

  • A success story only America produces

    [ENGLAND] The news that Liverpool has been sold to New England Sports Ventures, which owns the Boston Red Sox and is headed by John ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I think we would have a really good tournament in this country because of the passion we evoke from the stands and that can sometimes help the flow and the attacking nature of football. That's important because the last couple of World Cups at times have been a little bit on the negative side."

    -- Former England star Gary Lineker, an ambassador for his country's bid to host the 2018 World Cup. (The Sporting Life)

  • Blame the EPL, not American owners

    [MY VIEW] Wednesday's news that one American group will succeed another as the owner of Liverpool, one of the most revered clubs in English ... Read the whole story

  • Garber praises new Liverpool owners

    [REACTION] Any concern that Liverpool was getting a fly-by-night operation with its new owners was put to rest by MLS Commissioner Don Garber, speaking ... Read the whole story

  • Collegian rescues Americans at PPL Park

    [U.S. WOMEN] University of California senior Alex Morgan scored in the 83rd minute to earn the United States a 1-1 tie with China before ... Read the whole story

  • TFC castoff Gerba has big Impact

    [D-2 PRO LEAGUE] The Montreal Impact, winner of the 2009 USL-1 title, took a 2-0 lead on a pair of goals by Toronto FC ... Read the whole story

  • An amazing backheel in Belfast

    [VIDEO PICK] In the Northern Ireland Premier League, Glentoran beat Portadown, 1-0, on Tuesday thanks to Matty Burrows' spectacular 16-yard backheel goal in stoppage ... Read the whole story