Soccer America Daily
Saturday, October 26, 2013
  • Green set to attend November camp

    [USA MEN] U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann is hoping to convince another German-American to pick the USA over Germany, and the first step ... Read the whole story

  • Albright plans on retiring

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] Philadelphia Union defender Chris Albright, who has played in 235 MLS games over 15 seasons for five MLS teams, will be retiring ... Read the whole story

  • Wambach and Morgan on short list, but no Sermanni

    [FIFA AWARDS] NWSL champions Alex Morgan and Christine Sinclair and 2012 winner Abby Wambach are on the short list for FIFA Women's World Player ... Read the whole story

  • Blatter: struggling for life as a child, wounded today

    [FIFA] You can say what you want about Sepp Blatter, but the FIFA president isn't afraid to say what's on his mind. Speaking Friday ... Read the whole story

  • Mexico advances, Canada eliminated

    [UNDER-17 WORLD CUP] Mexico beat Sweden, 1-0, for its second straight win at the Under-17 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates that gave ... Read the whole story

  • NSCAA names Jim Sheldon 2013 recipient

    [HONOR AWARD] Jim Sheldon, the former NSCAA executive director and its first full-time employee, is the 2013 recipient of the National Soccer Coaches Association ... Read the whole story

  • O Henry, that's good stuff!

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] French World Cup winner Thierry Henry has scored 27 goals for the New York Red Bulls since arriving in ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "Obviously, I've been frustrated. I've been injured. Got injured with the national team. I know how important it is for our team right now. The last four games, even before I went to the national team, our run of play hasn't been as good of late. We haven't been getting the results that we wanted. You know me being a guy that's important to this team, being injured, I've been really frustrated. I've been frustrated with the time they sent me out and I felt like after that training session, with everything that's been going on, it's me being frustrated with myself knowing how important I am to the team and how much I want to be out there helping my teammates."

    -- Eddie Johnson, who returned to the Seattle Sounders' practice Friday, a day after being held out of practice. (MLSSoccer.com)

  • The Latest in Ref Abuse: Angry Bird

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Do refs ever get a break? Assistant referee Maycon Vieira had to repeatedly dodge an angry bird during a ... Read the whole story