Soccer America Daily
Monday, January 31, 2011
  • Bradley and Adu about to move

    [TRANSFER WATCH] As the January transfer deadline was set to come to a close on Monday in Europe, two prominent Americans were about to ... Read the whole story

  • Edu scores another golazo

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Maurice Edu scored another golazo, striking from 30 yards with his left foot in Rangers' 2-1 win over Motherwell in Sunday's semifinal ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "With this defeat the distance to Barcelona has grown, but there's a long way to go and we need to continue fighting until the end. We know that it won't be easy, but we need to look ahead and continue with the good work we have been doing. We cannot give up."

    -- Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso after his team's second defeat of the season, a 1-0 loss Osasuna. Real Madrid is now seven points behind La Liga leader Barcelona, which won its 15th straight league game this weekend. Barcelona's streak ties the La Liga record, set by Real Madrid in the 1960-61 season. (ESPNSoccerNet)

  • Teenager Wood makes German pro debut

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Bobby Wood, 18, debuted for 1860 Munich in the German second division club's 1-1 tie with Duisburg on Saturday. Americans Clint Dempsey ... Read the whole story

  • Dynamo moved east, at least for now

    [MLS] The Houston Dynamo will move to the Eastern Conference in 2011 as the solution to MLS's conference realignment dictated by the addition of ... Read the whole story

  • Japan prevails with fantastic effort

    [ASIAN CUP] Substitute Tadanari Lee's spectacular volley in overtime edged Japan past Australia, 1-0, in the Asian Cup final Saturday night in Doha, Qatar. Read the whole story