Soccer America Daily
Sunday, September 22, 2013
  • Desperation drives teams to critical victories

    [MLS REWIND: Week 30] News flash: The Whitecaps, Crew and Quakes aren't dead just yet. Those teams needed wins Saturday to strengthen their faint ... Read the whole story

  • Guzan and Howard victorious on the road

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Brad Guzan's Aston Villa and Tim Howard's Everton both won the road in English Premier League action on Saturday. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "No, you've got to be realistic. I mean, I think we have the potential, obviously like in the past, to get out of the group stage -- it depends, obviously, who you have in your group -- and then it's all down to 50-50 games. Then, you give the real battles in the knockout stage."

    -- U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann asked on the halftime show of NBCSN's coverage of the LA Galaxy-Seattle MLS match whether the USA can win the World Cup. He went on to say playing -- and beating -- teams like Italy and Bosnia-Herzegovina in friendlies showed the USA could compete.

  • Toronto FC makes 'Theo Epstein hire'

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] Toronto hired 31-year-old Tim Bezbatchenko as its new general manager. He comes to Toronto from MLS, where he held the title of ... Read the whole story

  • Diaz leads first-place Cosmos to first road win

    [NASL REWIND: Week 8] Venezuelan striker Diomar Diaz struck twice in the first half to lead the first-place New York Cosmos to a 2-1 ... Read the whole story

  • Host Tahiti beats USA for historic win

    [BEACH SOCCER WORLD CUP] Host Tahiti qualified for the quarterfinals of the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup -- its first passage to the knockout ... Read the whole story

  • Fourteen players banned for life

    [EL SALVADOR] The Salvadoran soccer federation (FESFUT) banned 14 national team players for life for their role in suspected match-fixing of four matches, including ... Read the whole story

  • Booty goal leaves keeper bummed out

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] David Hovorka took his first touch with his tuchus and it was enough to beat Meteorem’s goalkeeper in Sparta ... Read the whole story