Soccer America Daily
Thursday, January 26, 2012
  • Ten-man USA, Rimando saves hold off Panama

    [PANAMA-USA REPORT CARD] A goal in the ninth minute (Graham Zusi), an early substitution (Heath Pearce for Zach Loyd) and a red card shortly ... Read the whole story

  • Early strike earns Americans three-game win streak

    [PANAMA-USA] Coach Jurgen Klinsmann no longer has a losing record thanks to the USA's third straight victory, a 1-0 win at Panama on Wednesday ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I think we saw a very close game, a very tight game which we luckily won because Panama didn't finish off the chances that they had. Our team had a very hard three weeks, and they had tired legs today and you could see that. After the red card, we couldn't pressure enough anymore to create more chances. Overall, I think it really paid off doing this, not only playing a game in the U.S., but coming down here. A lot of the young players learned their lesson today."

    -- U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann after the USA won, 1-0, at Panama on Wednesday while playing 39 minutes with a man down. On Saturday, the USA beat Venezuela, 1-0, in Phoenix. (

  • D.C. lands Argentine defender; Rapids sign Colombian playmaker

    [MLS TRANSACTIONS] D.C. United signed 30-year-old Argentine Emiliano Dudar from Young Boys of Switzerland, where he has played since 2007, in a bid to ... Read the whole story

  • Real Madrid, moral victor and sore loser

    [EL CLASICO, ACT 5] Barcelona was cruising along in the second leg of their Copa del Rey series with Real Madrid, leading 2-0 and ... Read the whole story

  • Bornstein finally gets a start

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Jonathan Bornstein played his first match for Mexican club Tigres since last spring, starting in its 1-0 loss at Union Espanola of ... Read the whole story

  • Africa Cup of Nations this week ...

    [SCOREBOARD] Bouna Coundoul's Senegal is shockingly out of the Africa Cup of Nations after only two games. The former MLS keeper out of the ... Read the whole story

  • Teammates fight over PK

    [VIDEO PICK] Steven Schumacher and Giles Coke of English third division Bury were each yellow-carded after they clashed over who would take a penalty ... Read the whole story