Soccer America Daily
Friday, December 19, 2014
  • Press and Lloyd combine for all seven in U.S. win

    After a tie and loss in its first two games at the Torneio Internacional da Brasilia, the USA took it out on Argentina as ... Read the whole story

  • Video Pick: Alex Meier on Fire

    The leading scorer in the Europe's highest scoring league is a player you may not have heard about. So meet Alexander Meier, the 31-year-old ... Read the whole story

  • Veterans in demand as Re-Entry Draft concludes

    Stage 2 of the 2014 MLS Re-Entry Draft offered up fair doses of everything, as did the eight selections. Veterans Bakary Soumare, Marvell Wynne, ... Read the whole story

  • MLS Trade Central: Thursday's deals

    Sporting Kansas City has signed 25-year-old Hungarian international forward Krisztian Nemeth from Dutch cub Roda JC  and 31-year-old Chilean keeper Luis Marin, who most ... Read the whole story

  • Timbers land Wake's Vidovich to run T2

    The Portland Timbers, who dipped into the college ranks to get head coach Caleb Porter, have made another big grab with the hiring of ... Read the whole story

  • TV Report: MLS expansion teams ink local deals

    As expected, New York City FC has entered into a multi-year agreement with YES Network, while Orlando City has reached a deal with FOX ... Read the whole story

  • U.S. U-20s win at San Pedro Sula

    San Pedro Sula is no easy place to play as the USA (2-1 loser in the 2013 Hexagonal opener) and Canada (8-1 loser four ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Chris Wondolowski

    "I'm not over it. I'm not sure I'll ever get over it. [Pause] I actually think that's OK."

    -- Chris Wondolowski on whether he's gotten over his miss in the dying seconds of regulation against Belgium at the 2014 World Cup and broken his wife's "24-hour rule" that he had 24 hours to mourn a mistake and then must move on. Wondo was speaking at a family gathering in southwest Oklahoma to visit members of his Kiowa Native American tribe. (Grantland)

  • What They're Saying: Juergen Klopp

    "He took a wrong turn at some point. But everything is back to normal now. He is a great guy who made a mistake."

    -- Borussia Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp shows his support for winger Marco Reus, who has been fined more $600,000 for driving without a license for years while receiving at least five speeding tickets since 2011. The 25-year-old has been involved in advertising for the club's car sponsor and a gasoline company. (Reuters)

  • Soccer on TV

    Real Madrid faces San Lorenzo in the Club World Cup final on Saturday. ... Weekend EPL action includes a Liverpool-Arsenal clash on Sunday. Read the whole story