Soccer America Daily
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
  • Klinsmann sets up Howard-Guzan battle

    It won't go on as long as the Brad Friedel vs. Kasey Keller fight for the U.S. goalkeeper spot that spanned part of the ... Read the whole story

  • Le Havre names Bradley as new head coach

    Former USA head coach Bob Bradley has landed his third overseas job after guiding the Egyptian national team and Norwegian club Stabaek. His new ... Read the whole story

  • Video Pick: Arjen Robben's tummy goal tops Bundesliga golazos

    This week's Top 5 Bundesliga goals come from an impressive array of world stars: Bayern Munich's Douglas Costa (Brazil) and Arjen Robben (Netherlands), Werder ... Read the whole story

  • Larin runs away with Rookie of the Year award

    College soccer may be losing favor in MLS, but Orlando City tabbed forward Cyle Larin as the No. 1 SuperDraft pick out of Connecticut ... Read the whole story

  • NWSL: U.S. defender Engen moves to Chicago

    The Western New York Flash traded defender Whitney Engen, an unused sub at the 2015 Women's World Cup who has 29 caps and four ... Read the whole story

  • NASL takes battle with USL to Oklahoma City

    Oklahoma City was at the forefront of the battle between the NASL and USL as they looked to move into new markets before the ... Read the whole story

  • NASL: Puerto Rico FC picks its president

    Puerto Rico Futbol Club, which debuts in the NASL in the 2016 fall season, has named former LA Galaxy president of business operations Thomas ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Jurgen Klinsmann

    "A lot of people didn't realize what actually happened, and that's why I explained it. I'm honest enough to say, this is what happened. He didn't think that way in that moment. It was a mistake in that moment. We have to learn our mistakes so we avoid for the next time. I think it won't happen any more. Sometimes you have to say things publicly to get everyone on board. But the door is always open. We move on. He is one of our most talented players."

    -- U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann on Fabian Johnson's return to the U.S. squad for 2018 World Cup qualifying. Johnson's last run with the team ended with Klinsmann publicly criticizing Johnson for asking to be subbed, complaining of tightness in a leg muscle, in the 3-2 overtime Concacaf Cup loss to Mexico. (

  • What They're Saying: Walker Zimmerman

    "When you look at a lot of MLS stuff and all the propaganda toward a team like Seattle with their big stars, it does create a little bit of a chip on your shoulder. We may be young, but we’re talented. We’re hard-working, and we think we have what it takes to be an MLS Cup-caliber team."

    -- FC Dallas' Walker Zimmerman on beating the Seattle Sounders in the Western Conference semifinal. The 22-year-old defender scored the winning goal of the second leg and the shootout clincher. Seattle knocked FC dallas out of the playoffs last year. (

  • FIFA scandal: Now all eyes are on the Kaiser

    During the 2006 World Cup, German media often reported on the VIPs with: "German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German President Horst Koehler and Franz Beckenbauer ... Read the whole story