Soccer America Daily
Sunday, December 30, 2012
  • 2012 Top U.S. goal scorers

    [GOLEADORES] No American approached Lionel Messi's 91 goals, but it was a good year for U.S. goal scorers. Three players -- Chris Wondolowski (27), ... Read the whole story

  • Guzan endures nightmare week

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Goalies Tim Howard (Everton) and Brad Guzan (Aston Villa) suffered home losses on the final weekend of the year in the English ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "There is no very strong professional league. They have just the MLS but they have no professional leagues which are recognized by the American society."

    -- FIFA President Sepp Blatter, telling Al-Jazeera professional soccer is still struggling in the United States 18 years after it hosted the World Cup. (Al-Jazeera @21:27)

  • Holden could be ready by mid-January

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Stuart Holden took another step in his latest comeback, playing for Bolton Wanderers in an indoor scrimmage played behind-closed-doors against Wigan. Bolton ... Read the whole story

  • Rapinoe's next stop: Lyon

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] The new NWSL was launched in part to keep U.S. women's stars from moving abroad, but midfield star Megan Rapinoe will begin ... Read the whole story

  • The Beautiful Game in 2012

    [VIDEO PICK: Magic Feet] Just over two minutes of some of the most incredible tricks and creative goals 2012 had to offer in Europe. Read the whole story