Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
  • More than Mexico is on the mind of many U.S. players

    [USA-MEXICO] Any game against Mexico is a severe test, yet more than a few of the players named by Coach Jurgen Klinsmann will also ... Read the whole story

  • Reo-Coker loses run-in with bike rack

    [MLS INJURY REPORT] The 2014 MLS season is still less than a month old, and injuries are starting to mount. Last week's play saw ... Read the whole story

  • Toronto FC's Jackson gets one-game ban

    [MLS DISCIPLINE] The MLS Disciplinary Committee suspended Toronto FC midfielder Jackson one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for an of-the-ball elbow to ... Read the whole story

  • Altidore's scoreless streak reaches 15 EPL games

    [AMERICANS ABROAD] Jozy Altidore went the distance but failed to score in Sunderland's 2-1 loss at Liverpool that extended his scoreless streak to 15 ... Read the whole story

  • MLS Insider nominated for Sports Emmy

    [SOCCER ON THE AIR] MLS Insider, the documentary series produced by eight-time Emmy award winners Hock Films with behind-the-scenes features around MLS and its ... Read the whole story

  • An 'elegant' own goal from South Africa

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Some own goals are easier to score than others. In the case of Simphiwe Mtsweni, a Kaizer Chiefs defender, ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "I know it's going to sound silly and people will probably get a laugh. I love the moss on the trees. I've only seen it in scary movies. I've never seen it actually close up. It's amazing. I took a lot of selfies myself."

    -- David Beckham on enjoying his visit to Florida capital Tallahassee, where he made his case to lawmakers for tax subsidies for the MLS stadium his investment group hopes to build in bay-front Miami -- and was featured in scores of selfies posted by elected officials, including Gov. Rick Scott. (FloridaToday.com)

  • What They're Saying

    "I don't think he was looking where he was going, which is never a good sign for a midfield player."

    -- Vancouver Whitecaps coach Carl Robinson on his star midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, who is sidelined with a concussion after walking into a bike rack and falling on his head on a walk through Vancouver. (Canadian Press)