Soccer America Daily
Friday, March 16, 2012
  • MLS enjoys Canadian boost

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] Maybe it's fitting that a Canadian team is the last one standing of North America's top professional division in the regional club ... Read the whole story

  • MLS clubs make Concacaf Champions League worth following

    [WORLD VIEW] Say want you want about the 6-1 mauling the Seattle Sounders suffered at the hands of Santos in the Concacaf Champions League ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Give Toronto credit for the win tonight. They were obviously very opportunistic, took advantage of the couple of opportunities they had. We played poorly in both boxes and that was the difference in the game. ... There were chances there for us, we could have scored a number of goals tonight and we didn’t get the defending we needed on a couple of plays. We had to do a better job and the end result is we [lost] the game."

    -- Los Angeles Galaxy coach Bruce Arena after the MLS champion was eliminated from the Concacaf Champions League with a 2-1 loss at home to Toronto FC. (

  • Concacaf Champions League this week ...

    [SCOREBOARD] UNAM buried Isidro Metapan, 8-0, to cruise into the semifinals of the Concacaf Champions League, where it will face Mexican rival Morelia. Toronto ... Read the whole story

  • Western Conference's dominance almost total

    [MLS REWIND: Week 2] Irish star Robbie Keane had his first two-goal MLS game to lead the Los Angeles Galaxy to a 3-1 win ... Read the whole story

  • Jones leads Schalke into quarterfinals

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Jermaine Jones' value to Schalke 04 was underscored on Thursday as he scored the deciding goal and set up the insurance goal ... Read the whole story

  • Teams partner with MLS clubs

    [W-LEAGUE] The partnerships are still modest in scope, but three U.S.-based W-League teams -- the Seattle Sounders, who have signed U.S stars Hope Solo, ... Read the whole story