Soccer America Daily
Monday, April 2, 2012
  • Strong Sporting, struggling Galaxy mark memorable March

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] Sporting Kansas City is living up to predictions that it will win the Eastern Conference and challenge for the league title, but ... Read the whole story

  • MLS Rewind ...

    [WEEK 4] Sporting Kansas City is the only unbeaten team left in MLS after Week 4, winning its fourth straight game with a 1-0 ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I'm sure he [David Beckham] is not pleased about it. But that’s not the issue in the game. The issue in the game was that 11 players from New England soundly outplayed 11 players from the Galaxy. I don’t [know] of any players that would be happy about coming out at halftime. ... I just felt we needed a little bit more. We needed to make a change in the midfield. It was purely a coach's decision. I couldn't change 11 players. That's what I told the team at halftime. If I had 11 substitutions, I would have considered that."

    -- Los Angeles Galaxy coach Bruce Arena on subbing David Beckham at halftime of a 3-1 home loss to New England. (Yahoo!Sports)

  • Henry hits hat trick to lead league

    [MLS GOLEADORES] Thierry Henry scored a hat trick in the New York Red Bulls' 5-2 win over Montreal and leads MLS scorers with five ... Read the whole story

  • Snapshots from Sweden

    [THE PITCH] One month into her journey to Sweden, Christen Press has discovered that where she feared she would waver, she has thrived. But ... Read the whole story

  • Late Morgan goal earns USA tie

    [KIRIN CHALLENGE CUP] Alex Morgan scored with 17 minutes remaining for her team-leading 12th goal in 10 games in 2012 to earn the USA ... Read the whole story

  • Dempsey breaks own EPL record, goals for Altidore and Lichaj

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Clint Dempsey broke his own record for goals in a season by an American when he scored his 13th EPL goal of ... Read the whole story

  • Mexico and Honduras bound for London

    [OLYMPIC QUALIFYING] Mexico got goals from Marco Fabian, Alan Pulido and American-born midfielder Miguel Angel Ponce to defeat Canada, 3-1, and return to the ... Read the whole story

  • Ronaldo moves ahead of Messi

    [EUROPE GOLEADORES] Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in Real Madrid's 5-1 win over Osasuna to regain the La Liga scorers' race lead as Lionel Messi ... Read the whole story

  • OBITUARY: Giorgio Chinaglia (1947-2012)

    Italian Giorgio Chinaglia, who was the all-time leading scorer in the North American Soccer League, died Sunday of complications from a heart attack at ... Read the whole story