Soccer America Daily
Thursday, October 4, 2012
  • Fire slumps, 'Caps end slide

    [MLS REWIND: Wednesday] The Chicago Fire could have all but clinched a playoff berth on Wednesday, but it fell to the Philadelphia Union, 3-1, ... Read the whole story

  • Revs in preliminary talks for stadium home

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] The New England Revolution, one of only two original MLS teams still without its own soccer-specific stadium, is in preliminary discussions with ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "The game is going to have a different feel to it. I'm so hyped for the game and everybody else will be really pumped for the game."

    -- Portland Timbers forward Bright Dike on his team's game on Sunday at Seattle, where a crowd of more than 67,000 is expected at CenturyLink Field for the clash of Northwest rivals. If the turnout meets expectations, it will rank as the second-highest single-game attendance for a regular-season game in league history, trailing the attendance of 69,255 for the Los Angeles Galaxy's inaugural MLS game at the Rose Bowl on April 13, 1996. (The Oregonian)

  • Joya's first start is winning effort

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Santos beat Atlas, 2-1, in teenager Benji Joya's first start with the Mexican club on Wednesday. By contrast, Herculez Gomez did not ... Read the whole story

  • Man. City avoids second loss with late penalty

    [UCL REWIND: Wednesday] English champion Manchester City salvaged its first point in the UEFA Champions League when Mario Balotelli's penalty kick gave it a ... Read the whole story

  • Benzema bicycles in Amsterdam

    [VIDEO PICK] Real Madrid's Karim Benzema shows off his athleticism when he rides home this cross from Kaka during a 4-1 Champions League win ... Read the whole story