Soccer America Daily
Sunday, October 9, 2011
  • Howard's saves, Dempsey goal yield U.S. win

    [USA-HONDURAS REPORT CARD] Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann notched his initial victory in a 1-0 U.S. win over Honduras in Miami Saturday night. A great ... Read the whole story

  • Klinsmann: 'Winning games builds confidence'

    [USA-HONDURAS] After going winless and scoring just one goal in its first three games since Coach Jurgen Klinsmann took the helm, the USA beat ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "He made a silly mistake and said 'Yes, sorry.' It's a red card. You can't defend that. I'm not happy, absolutely. Rooney kicked the opponent. And he will now not be able to play the first game in the Euros as he will be suspended. Rooney was not happy because he missed some control and some passes. For this reason, I think he reacted. His reaction was to kick the opponent."

    -- England coach Fabio Capello on Wayne Rooney's red card in a 2-2 tie with Montenegro that means he'll be suspended for at least one game at the 2012 European Championship. British newspapers reacted to Rooney's ejection with headlines such as "We will Roo this moment," "Roo Fool!" and "An Idiot Abroad." (The Sun)

  • MLS this weekend ...

    [SCOREBOARD] The Los Angeles Galaxy clinched the 2011 Supporters' Shield as the regular-season champion when the Seatle Sounders fell, 2-0, at home to the ... Read the whole story

  • World Cup 2014 qualifying this weekend ...

    [SCOREBOARD] Gonzalo Higuain had a trick and Lionel Messi added the fourth goal to lead Argentina to a 4-1 win over Chile on the ... Read the whole story

  • England qualifies, Rooney red carded

    [EURO 2012 QUALIFYING] England became the seventh team to qualify for Euro 2012 with a 2-2 tie at Montenegro. It led 2-0 lead after ... Read the whole story

  • Lower seeds prevail in first leg of semifinals

    [NASL] No. 6 Minnesota's 1-0 win over the top-seed Carolina RailHawks at the National Sports Center wasn't actually an upset. After all, the NSC ... Read the whole story