Soccer America Daily
Thursday, March 20, 2014
  • La Maquina rolls over Sporting KC

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] A late first-half goal by Benny Feilhaber momentarily put Sporting Kansas City back ahead in its Concacaf Champions League quarterfinal series ... Read the whole story

  • Luck eludes valiant Quakes in shootout

    [CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Considered the weakest of the three MLS teams in the Concacaf Champions League, the San Jose Earthquakes came close to pulling ... Read the whole story

  • PRO and PSRA reach collective bargaining agreement

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] The two-week lockout of MLS referees is over as PSRA members representing referees Wednesday night ratified a collective bargaining agreement reached with ... Read the whole story

  • Van Persie rescues United with hat trick

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] All alone, Robin Van Persie may have saved Manchester United coach David Moyes' job, rescuing United from an embarrassing exit in ... Read the whole story

  • D.C. United returns on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic

    [SOCCER ON THE AIR] D.C. United, one of two remaining MLS club without a local television deal, announced that Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic will be ... Read the whole story

  • U.S.-based stars lead Mexico into quarterfinals

    [UNDER-17 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] The USA is absent from the Under-17 Women's World Cup in Costa Rica, but it has a strong representation at ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "On what grounds has somebody who has not been involved in football have any influence on the decision of a World Cup?"

    -- Daryan Warner, son of Jack Warner, on a report that he received payments as part of $2 million in payments from a firm controlled by Mohamed Bin Hammam, to Jack Warner, his sons and an associate after Qatar was awarded the 2022 World Cup. According to the report, Daryan Warner, based in Miami, was cooperating with the FBI in an investigation into his father. As for his lack of previous soccer involvement, it should be noted he was reportedly fined $1 million by FIFA for scalping tickets to the 2006 World Cup. (Trinidad Express)

  • What They're Saying

    "My wife Cristina often complains about my tactics. She keeps on telling me that I should stick with the players who won the last match. Exlaining her my rotation system is much harder than telling Arjen Robben that he will have to settle for a spot on the bench."

    -- Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola. (Goal.com)