Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
  • Atlanta introduced as 22nd franchise

    [MLS EXPANSION] MLS introduced Atlanta as its latest expansion team, owned by Atlanta Falcons Arthur Blank, to begin play in 2017. It is the ... Read the whole story

  • Houston launches independent under-23 team

    [MLS SPOTLIGHT] The Houston Dynamo became the 11th MLS club to add an under-23 program to bridge the gap between its academy and the ... Read the whole story

  • Fernandez stymies Energy with late penalty save

    [USL PRO: Week 5] Raul Fernandez saved Michael Thomas' penalty kick in the 90th minute to preserve FC Dallas Reserves' 1-0 victory over OKC ... Read the whole story

  • Sonia becomes third Spaniard to join Flash

    [NWSL TRANSACTIONS] Sonia became the third Spaniard to join Western New York, joining Vicky Losada, Week 1's NWSL Player of the Week, and Adriana ... Read the whole story

  • MLS clubs take leads in International Division

    [GENERATION ADIDAS CUP] New York, Real Salt Lake and FC Dallas lead their groups after two rounds of the International Division of the U-17 ... Read the whole story

  • Ring of Fire delays Greek game

    [VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] The fire code must be pretty lax in Thessaloniki, where at PAOK's Toumba Stadium so many flares were lit ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying

    "The fact is that when you stay on your feet referees don't give penalties. The ref finds it very difficult to give. For honesty there is no reward. So what do I do? A foul is a foul, it doesn't matter whether you go down or stay on your feet. You get slaughtered for diving, but when someone is honest and you don't get what you should get."

    -- West Ham coach Sam Allardyce after Matt Jarvis was the victim of a foul by Arsenal's Bacary Sagna but didn't get the call, apparently because he stayed on his feet. (ESPNFC.com)