Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
  • Howard's Everton stuns Man United

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Perennially slow starter Everton stunned Manchester United, 1-0, for a rare opening day victory for Tim Howard in goal for the Toffees. Read the whole story

  • Real Salt Lake up against the wall

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Regional play continues with Day 2 of the Concacaf Champions League group stage. Loser of four games in a row, Real ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I can't get my head round it. In Europe, if there's a big derby game on the Saturday, say Manchester United and Man City, [coach] Alex Ferguson gets a phone call at half-past eight saying Wayne Rooney can't play? The whole bloody country's going to be in an uproar. It was frustrating. It was a huge disadvantage and I feel sorry for the players and our club."

    -- Vancouver's Scottish midfielder Barry Robson is upset that MLS isn't more like Europe and he's not treated more like Wayne Rooney after being suspended for the Whitecaps' game against Seattle for harrassing an assistant referee during his previous game. (Vancouver Sun)

  • Wondo, Cooper end scoring droughts

    [MLS GOLEADORES] MLS leading scorer Chris Wondolowski ended a four-game drought to give him a league leading 18 goals. Read the whole story

  • A plus-20,000 week (Seattle leads the way)

    [MLS ATTENDANCE] The Seattle Sounders drew more than 55,000 and nine other games had announced attendances of more than 17,000 as Week 24 games ... Read the whole story

  • Under-20 Women's World Cup scoreboard

    [DAY 1] Florida transfer Adriana Leon scored a hat trick to lead Canada to a 6-0 win over hapless Argentina at the Under-20 Women's ... Read the whole story