Soccer America Daily
Thursday, December 23, 2010
  • German youth star joins USA for January camp

    [U.S. UNDER-20 MEN] Fabian Huerzeler, a 17-year-old midfielder at Bayern Munich and former captain of Germany's under-17 national team, has switched allegiances and will ... Read the whole story

  • Cameron bound for training stint at Nottingham Forest

    [MLS] In addition to spending some time at the family home near Boston during the holidays, Houston Dynamo midfielder Geoff Cameron is getting ready ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "The United States interests him. He told me. More and more players want to go play there. The United States means something. It's a dream. Players say, 'I'll try it, even if I make less money than in Qatar, as an example.' The problem is, Americans don't know the European market. If the coach doesn't know the European market, it's hard get players to come to the United States."

    -- Claude Anelka, agent and brother of Nicolas Anelka, on the possibility of the Chelsea star coming to MLS. Claude has lived in Miami and briefly coached AC St. Louis of the NASL in 2010. (mls-news.fr)

  • Philadelphia inks 15-year-old Pfeffer

    [MLS] Philadelphia Union signed 15-year-old Zach Pfeffer to a professional contract as the club's first homegrown player. Read the whole story

  • Bocangera's St. Etienne fifth at winter break

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Carlos Bocanegra's St. Etienne held leader Lille to a 1-1 tie on the last day of play before the short winter break ... Read the whole story

  • Press named Soccer America Women's Player of the Year

    [AWARDS] For the second year in a row, a Stanford player is the Soccer America Women's Player of the Year. After Kelley O'Hara in ... Read the whole story