Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
  • Revs snap up 15-year-old phenom

    [MLS] The New England Revolution's signing of 15-year-old Diego Fagundez -- the youngest player signed to an MLS contract since Freddy Adu joined D.C. ... Read the whole story

  • Dallas not fazed by tie-heavy record

    [MLS] Depending on point of view and circumstance, a tie can be a triumph, or a disaster, or a fair result. For the right ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "You tell the average guy on the street it's between the U.S. and Qatar, and he'd laugh and say, 'Well of course the U.S. is going to win.' But it's a lot more complicated than that."

    -- Alan Rothenberg, Chairman & CEO of the 1994 World Cup in the USA, on the competition to host the 2022 World Cup. (Wall Street Journal)

    "You can air condition a stadium, but I don't see how you can air condition an entire country."

    -- Chuck Blazer, the lone U.S. member of FIFA's executive committee, whose members' votes will determine the 2022 World Cup host. (Wall Street Journal)

  • Florida product Somma gets Bafana Bafana call

    [SOUTH AFRICA-USA] South Africa called up Davide Somma, who grew up in Florida and attended Tyler Junior College before turning pro, for Wednesday's international ... Read the whole story

  • USA to open 2011 season against Chile

    [DATEBOOK] The U.S. men's national team will open its 2011 season with an international friendly against Chile Jan. 22 at The Home Depot Center ... Read the whole story

  • Barking like Beckham

    [VIDEO PICK] Multi-millionaire dollar earner David Beckham was a non-factor for the Los Angeles Galaxy during its 3-0 loss to FC Dallas in the ... Read the whole story

  • Program tribute goes awry

    [OFF THE POST] Officials of Scottish club Airdrie United created a special Remembrance Day program for the club's clash with Livingston, including a photo ... Read the whole story

  • NCAA Division I Men's Tournament

    [DRAW] Unbeaten Louisville is the No. 1 seed in the 48-team field for the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament, which begins Thursday. Maryland, Akron, ... Read the whole story