Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
  • Mattocks and Silva made cases

    [MLS ROOKIE WATCH] Vancouver's Darren Mattocks and Toronto FC's Luis Silva are making cases for 2012 MLS Rookie of the Year consideration. Mattocks showed ... Read the whole story

  • Scottish captain Miller joins 'Caps as third DP

    [MLS TRANSACTIONS] Scotland national team captain Kenny Miller became the latest player to join the Vancouver Whitecaps' attack as he signed as their third ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "It is home in a lot of ways. But it is more than that. I have seen a lot of places, and for me, it is the best city in the world."

    -- The Red Bulls' French striker Thierry Henry on New York City. (New York Times)

  • Toronto loses Koevermans for season

    [MLS INJURY REPORT] Toronto FC can't win for losing. Its 2-0 win at New England on Saturday night was marred by a knee injury ... Read the whole story

  • Seattle Sounders draw world-class crowds

    [MLS ATTENDANCE] The Seattle Sounders, who lead MLS in attendance for the fourth straight year, dating back to their inaugural 2009 season, are averaging ... Read the whole story

  • Guzan re-signs in time for Villa tour

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Brad Guzan is officially back at Aston Villa, signing a new three-year deal that will keep him at the EPL club until ... Read the whole story

  • D.C. United and Pali Blues head playoff field

    [W-LEAGUE] The D.C. United Women (11-0-1) and Pali Blues (13-0-1), who finished as the W-League's only undefeated teams, shared the regular-season championship and earned ... Read the whole story