Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
  • World Cup conundrum is huge political test for Gulati

    [QATAR 2022] About the only thing for certain about the 2022 World Cup is that it won't played in the summer in Qatar. If, ... Read the whole story

  • Subs boost MLS teams

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 4] Second-half substitutions made by MLS head coaches helped their teams post important results in Concacaf Champions League play Tuesday ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "There's a difference between Spurs fans self-describing themselves as Yids and someone calling someone a Yid as an insult. You have to be motivated by hate. Hate speech should be prosecuted -- but only when it's motivated by hate."

    -- British Prime Minister David Cameron offers his opinion on the English FA's warning that the use of the word "Yid" in fan chants "could amount to a criminal offense" and a ban on attending games. Fans of Tottenham Spurs, which has a large Jewish following, often refer to themselves as the "Yid Army" and to players as "Yiddos." (The Jewish Chronicle)

  • Chivas USA ousts president

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] Troubled Chivas USA has named Arturo Galvez as its new president and chief business officer, replacing Jose David less than 11 months ... Read the whole story

  • Cristiano Ronaldo is still the man

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Week 1] On Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo signed a contract extension that will keep him at Real Madrid through 2018. And on ... Read the whole story

  • Canberra United lands Lindsey and Ochs

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] One of the most attractive women's leagues for American players is Australia's Westfield W-League because of its short season in the middle ... Read the whole story

  • Dortmund pleasantly welcomes its foes

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Champions League runner-up Borussia Dortmund's hopes of returning to the final depend on survival in what it's dubbed "Europe's ... Read the whole story