Soccer America Daily
Monday, January 17, 2011
  • Edu scores golazo to celebrate return

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Maurice Edu celebrated his first Scottish Premier League game in more than two months with an excellent goal to close Rangers' 4-0 ... Read the whole story

  • Howard foul proves costly

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Tim Howard's foul on Maxi Rodriguez in the penalty area set up Dirk Kuyt's tying goal on a penalty kick in the ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "He's in police custody as we speak. The one thing we are up here, we love the football and the passion and all the rest of it. But you don’t need to see any scenes like that. I hope they ban the kid for a long, long time because he deserves it."

    -- Sunderland manager Steve Bruce on a young fan who ran onto the field and pushed down Newcastle goalkeeper Steve Harper. Police made 24 arrests during and after Sunderland's 1-1 tie at home. (AP)

  • Revs bank on A.J. Soares to shore up defense

    [MLS] University of California defender A.J. Soares, a first-round draft pick by the New England Revolution, says his approach to soccer is pretty much ... Read the whole story

  • Morgan goes No. 1 to Western New York

    [WPS] U.S. women's national team forward Alex Morgan, the only collegian who played for the USA in Women's World Cup qualifying, was taken with ... Read the whole story

  • Concacaf seeks fourth berth

    [2014 WORLD CUP] Concacaf will lobby for a guaranteed fourth place at the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil, hoping to pick off the ... Read the whole story

  • Panama, El Salvador and Costa Rica advance

    [COPA CENTROAMERICANA] Panama, El Salvador and Costa Rica won on Sunday to clinch spots in the semifinals of the Copa Centroamericana and earn berths ... Read the whole story

  • Qatar's Metsu: 'I am a big dreamer'

    [ASIAN CUP] Host Qatar beat Kuwait, 3-0, to reach the quarterfinals of the Asian Cup and match its best performance in the continental tournament ... Read the whole story

  • Dorrance receives NSCAA Honor Award

    [AWARDS] Longtime North Carolina coach Anson Dorrance, who has led the Tar Heels to 20 NCAA titles, is the recipient of the National Soccer ... Read the whole story