Soccer America Daily
Monday, December 22, 2014
  • Brazil captures women's tourney ahead of USA

    Brazil won the Torneio Internacional da Brasilia when it tied the USA, 0-0, before 11,000 fans Sunday at the Mane Garrincha Stadium. It captured ... Read the whole story

  • Video Pick: A keeper gaffe for the ages

    The record will show that Lierse defender Arjan Swinkels scored an own goal in Saturday's 6-0 Belgian Jupiler League loss to Sporting Charleroi -- ... Read the whole story

  • U.S. Abroad: Weekend Hot (and Cold) List

    Brad Guzan made eight saves as 10-man Aston Villa earned a 1-1 tie with Manchester United. Rubio Rubin, 18, finished the fall campaign tied ... Read the whole story

  • Three takeaways from Club World Cup

    Real Madrid's winning streak is now 22 games following its 2-0 win over San Lorenzo of Argentina to win the 2014 Club World Cup, ... Read the whole story

  • Three takeaways from Liverpool-Arsenal

    Energetic attacking and sloppy defending in their 2-2 tie Sunday illustrated why Arsenal and Liverpool are near the middle of the Premier League rather ... Read the whole story

  • MLS lines up exciting tripleheader for first Sunday

    MLS will open its 2015 season on March 6 when the defending champion LA Galaxy hosts the Chicago Fire in the first UniMas Friday ... Read the whole story

  • MLS Trade Central: Friday's deals

    After two disastrous years in England, Brek Shea is back in MLS, signing with expansion club Orlando City. The Chicago Fire has signed Ghanaian ... Read the whole story

  • Claudio Lopez returns to Rapids as director of soccer

    Claudio Lopez, who played for Argentina in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups, has returned to the Colorado Rapids in the role of director ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Tim Howard

    "I think the MLS have probably made their own problem. New York is owned by Manchester City. Frank Lampard is playing at Manchester City and doing very well. Manchester City own the world. And I think Lampard being part of a title-winning team is a little higher up in their priorities. I don't see how the MLS can solve this in the future. Perhaps they will have to slap Frank on the wrists and tell him he has to go to New York. But I don't think that's going to happen."

    -- Tim Howard on English midfielder Frank Lampard, who was signed by expansion New York City FC but is playing on loan to "parent club" Manchester City. (Daily Star)

  • 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