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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, March 20, 2017
Two weeks ago, U.S. men's national team coach Bruce Arena said he had a good idea about his team that will face Honduras and Panama in World Cup qualifying but hoped "no crazy things happen in the short period of time." Sure enough, in the three days after he named ... Read the whole story
Two days after being called up by the U.S. national team, San Jose goalkeeper David Bingham botched badly -- turning a tame deflected shot by Soony Saad into a Kansas City goal during the Earthquakes 2-1 loss. Saad's strike was headed wide before it bounced between both Bingham's hands and ... Read the whole story
The last of the six Hexagonal teams announced their squads for the two March qualifiers when New Trinidad & Tobago coach Dennis Lawrence named his team, recalling Atlanta United FC forward Kenwyne Jones, the former Soca Warriors' captain, and Minnesota United midfielder Kevin Molino. They are among 44 MLS players ... Read the whole story
Launched in 1999, the U.S. Soccer U-17 national team Residency Program in Bradenton, Florida, will end after the current semester. More than 450 players have been through the Residency Program, 33 of whom went on to play for the full U.S. national team and more than 150 went on to ... Read the whole story
The Seattle Sounders celebrated their improbable 2016 MLS Cup championship one more time on Sunday and then went out and beat the New York Red Bulls, 3-1, showing they will be among the teams to beat in MLS. Perhaps the biggest positive was a strong game from Clint Dempsey, playing ... Read the whole story
The Portland Timbers, 4-2 winners over the Houston Dynamo, are the only team to win their first three games. Orlando City is the only other unbeaten and untied team, winning its second game at its new stadium. For all the weekend summaries, plus highlights and standings. Read the whole story
John Brooks scored his first goal of the season for Hertha Berlin in a 4-2 loss at FC Cologne in the German Bundesliga. Emerson Hyndman scored his fourth goal in his eighth Scottish Premiership game since joining Rangers in a 4-0 win over Hamilton Academical. In Mexico, 21-year-old Diego De ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Jordan Morris

"He's always in there trying to figure things out. But it's great. We were saying, 'Let's go out there for 10 minutes and see' but it felt fine." -- Jordan Morris on his father Michael, the Seattle Sounders' team doctor, who wanted the U.S. national team forward to come out at halftime of the Sounders' 3-1 win over the New York Red Bulls with an ankle injury he tweaked. (Seattle Times) ...More

What They're Saying: Benny Feilhaber

"I don't think you ever expect to be with the national team. I think you hope for it. You've got to earn a call-up. And so, I hope to earn a call-up in the future, but it didn't happen for me this time." -- Sporting Kansas City midfielder Benny Feilhaber, who scored a spectacular goal against San Jose in a 2-1 victory a few days after being excluded by U.S. head coach Bruce Arena for Hexagonal matches against Honduras and Panama. (MLSSoccer.com) ...More


Rooney omission marks new era for England

The dramatic exclusion of England captain Wayne Rooney, who has fallen out of the starting lineup for Manchester United, for games against Germany and Lithuania may indicate his international career is nearing its end. ...More



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