Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
  • Life's good in KC

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] Kansas City fans have waited a decade and a half for a decent place to watch their team play. Now they've got ... Read the whole story

  • Toronto FC drills FC Dallas to advance

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Toronto's hopes of the MLS playoffs faded away many weeks ago, yet it doggedly persevered in the Concacaf Champions League and ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "There is nothing that can restore the lost opportunity Charlie Davies had of representing the United States in the World Cup. It is a testament to his strength and athleticism that he is playing soccer again."

    -- Jon Pels, attorney for D.C. United striker Charlie Davies, who has filed a $20 million lawsuit against the owner of a nightclub (Shadow Room) and the company (Red Bull North America) that hosted a party at which alcohol was served to the driver responsible for a car accident that severely injured Davies and killed another passenger on Oct. 12, 2009. (Washington Post)

  • Concacaf Champions League this week ...

    [SCOREBOARD] The Seattle Sounders, who had already qualified for the quarterfinals, fell to Monterrey, 2-1, before 15,866 fans at CenturyLink Field to finish second ... Read the whole story

  • MLS this week ...

    [DATEBOOK] The final week of the regular season begins Wednesday with one game. D.C. United and the Portland Timbers, who both have a game ... Read the whole story

  • Aguero rescues Manchester City

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Manchester City picked it first win in the UEFA Champions League when Argentina Sergio Aguero's goal in stoppage time gave it ... Read the whole story

  • Campbell and Andrews head camp roster

    [U.S. UNDER-17 WOMEN] U.S. under-17 national team head coach Albertin Montoya has called up 24 players, 22 of them born in 1995 and two ... Read the whole story