Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
  • Galaxy and six other MLS teams ousted

    [U.S. OPEN CUP] The 2012 season could not get any worse for the defending MLS champion Los Angeles Galaxy. It fell to the Carolina ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "In the last extra four minutes added by the referee, two police men grab me and take me away from the computer, saying 'Sir, what is WRONG with you?' The cops ask for my passport and boarding pass, they ask me lots of questions. I tell them that it's OK, that I'm sorry, that I'm watching a soccer match and my team has just scored a very important goal and the match is about to end. And while they're asking me all ... all I'm trying to do is to look over their shoulders at the laptop screen, to see if the match ended with a 3-2 score."

    -- American actor Viggo Mortensen, who grew up in Argentina, on security personnel threatening to throw him out of Dulles Airport for wildly celebrating relegation-threatened San Lorenzo's 3-2 comeback win over Newell's Old Boys that he was watching on his laptop while waiting to board his flight. (Hollywood Reporter)

  • USA aims for record against Brazil

    [ BY THE NUMBERS] Fresh off its 5-1 win over Scotland, the USA faces a slightly tougher test Wednesday as it hosts Brazil in ... Read the whole story

  • Houston's new stadium packed again

    [MLS ATTENDANCE] Week 12 featured 13 games that averaged 18,000-plus as Houston sold out its new stadium for the third straight game and Seattle ... Read the whole story

  • France drops Gourcuff, Dane Sorensen hurt

    [EURO 2012 COUNTDOWN] Yoann Gourcuff, once considered the heir apparent to Michel Platini and Zinedine Zidane in French soccer, was dropped from France's Euro ... Read the whole story

  • Rush and Eagles out of gate quickly

    [W-LEAGUE] The Colorado Rush Women, who feature some of the top youth talent in the country, and Charlotte Ladies Eagles are the first 3-0-0 ... Read the whole story

  • Schoepfer powers Boston into lead

    [WPSL ELITE] Katie Schoepfer scored a hat trick to give the Boston Breakers a 3-2 win over the Western New York Flash before a ... Read the whole story