Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
  • Adu called up for Gold Cup

    [U.S. MEN] The recall of Freddy Adu and fresh starts for Robbie Rogers and Sacha Kljestan provided the major surprises of Coach Bob Bradley's ... Read the whole story

  • Sixteen MLS teams represented

    [GOLD CUP ROSTERS] Every team but Cuba and Panama has at least one player from MLS represented on its roster for the Gold Cup. ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I have no intention of paying the fine. I don't know what the league is thinking."

    -- Dan Borislow, owner of the WPS's magicJack, on being fined $10,000 by league for public statements that are derogatory and not in the best interests of the league. Earlier this month, the league deducted a point from the magicJack for Borislow's continued noncompliance with league rules such as lack of sponsor signage, failure to upload game video, failure to have a functioning web site, and stadium capacity less than 5,000. Included among his statements was, "The league is dying, and may not even be around next year, so I am doing what I can to keep it going." (South Florida Sun Sentinel)

  • Top teams keep their places, San Jose moves up again

    [MLS POWER RANKINGS] The top eight teams from last week either won or tied, so there wasn't much movement in the top half of ... Read the whole story

  • Portland still perfect at home on two fronts

    [MLS ATTENDANCE] Season-high crowds at Chivas USA and Houston helped Week 10's attendance average hit the highest mark for a week of games since ... Read the whole story

  • American soccer this week ...

    [SCOREBOARD] Kyle Porter scored two goals to give FC Edmonton a 2-1 win over the NSC Minnesota Stars and move it into second place ... Read the whole story

  • Cortes' title-winning golazo

    [VIDEO PICK] UNAM Pumas clinched its seventh Mexican league title in grand fashion -- with a golazo from 21-year-old forward Javier Cortes, who broke ... Read the whole story