Soccer America Daily
Friday, May 23, 2014
  • Klinsmann throws up the surprises

    [USA MEN] Jurgen Klinsmann's decision to cut Landon Donovan overshadowed some surprise decisions in his final 23-player roster for the World Cup. Six months ... Read the whole story

  • Landon Donovan's 57 U.S. goals

    [VIDEO PICK] Landon Donovan has scored a record 57 goals for the USA in an international career that began with a goal against Mexico ... Read the whole story

  • Donovan: 'I was looking forward to playing in Brazil '

    [USA MEN: Reaction] In remarks posted on his Facebook page, Landon Donovan said he was disappointed with Jurgen Klinsmann's decision to drop him from ... Read the whole story

  • Three MLS games to watch

    [PREVIEW: Week 12] A Friday night game, a Cascadia Cup match, and the possible MLS return of Landon Donovan highlight a busy weekend of ... Read the whole story

  • Impaired attacks won't detract from historic showdown

    [UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Preview] A Madrid derby in Lisbon will provide a fascinating finish to the 2013-14 UEFA Champions League competition. One week after ... Read the whole story

  • The World Cup Countdown: Suarez to fans: 'Relax'

    [BRAZIL 2014] Hours after undergoing knee surgery that threatened to derail his World Cup campaign, Uruguay star Luis Suarez promised that he'd work hard ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Arena

    "From experience the decisions aren't easy ... Do I think Landon belongs on the team? I do. But, Jurgen has his own reasons and I respect that. I know these things aren't easy."

    -- Bruce Arena, who coached Landon Donovan at the 2002 and 2006 World Cups and is his current coach with the Los Angeles Galaxy, on Jurgen Klinsmann dropping Donovan from the World Cup squad. (USA Today)

  • What They're Saying

    "I have to make the decisions what is good today for this group going into Brazil and I just think that the other guys right now are a little bit ahead of him and I told him that. And he understands it, but obviously he's very disappointed."

    -- Jurgen Klinsmann on his decision to drop three-time World Cup veteran Landon Donovan from the USA's team bound for Brazil. Klinsmann termed it the toughest decision of his coaching career. (U.S. Soccer/T3 Media via AP)