Soccer America Daily
Thursday, January 19, 2012
  • For Beckham, the game has changed

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] The suspense, such as it was, ended Wednesday when David Beckham and the Los Angeles Galaxy announced he has signed a new ... Read the whole story

  • Returning Pardo sets example for Fire teammates

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] Mexican midfielder Pavel Pardo, who bolstered the Fire's late surge after joining the club in midseason, will be back in MLS this ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I think all of us were a bit scared, I think that's the reality of the situation. We all travel all around the world, big cities, small cities and, you know, I think it's a normal thing that crime happens."

    -- U.S. star goalkeeper Hope Solo after Vancouver druglord Sandip Duhre was gunned down while sitting inside Cafe One at the Wall Centre in downtown Vancouver, where Solo and her teammates are staying for the Olympic qualifying tournament. They were upstairs in a yoga class when Duhre, head of the Duhre Group gang, was murdered. (Vancouver Sun)

  • Cato joins Sounders, Maicon Santos hooks up with D.C.

    [MLS TRANSACTIONS] The Seattle Sounders have signed 19-year-old Trinidad & Tobago forward Cordell Cato, who trained with the club last summer. D.C. United picked up ... Read the whole story

  • Stamp act overshadows Barca win

    [EL CLASICO, ACT 4] What would the El Clasico be without another Barcelona win and another piece of stupidity from Real Madrid? Barca came ... Read the whole story

  • Borislow and 'infidels' make peace

    [WPS] It was something few thought possible: maverick Dan Borislow, owner of magicJack with women's soccer superstars Abby Wambach and Hope Solo, not to ... Read the whole story

  • No time for Pause to pause

    [VIDEO PICK] The Chicago Fire's Logan Pause takes you on a tour of Chicago as well as the offices of the Quaker Oats Company ... Read the whole story