Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
  • USMNT: MLS horror shows in goal raise concerns

    It's not too early to think about the USA's two June World Cup qualifiers against Trinidad & Tobago in Colorado and Mexico in Mexico ... Read the whole story

  • Video Pick: It's Nagbe vs. Piatti for top golazo

    We think the MLS Goal of the Week, although David Villa's running volley and Sebastian Giovinco's free kick impressed, comes down to long-range strikes ... Read the whole story

  • MLS Power Rankings: FC Dallas maintains top spot

    Sporting Kansas City fell to leader FC Dallas and from the unbeaten ranks, dropping to third in Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings. Most of ... Read the whole story

  • NWSL Rewind: Rapinoe finds shooting touch -- and lungs

    Megan Rapinoe, who missed all but five NWSL games in 2016, scored for the second week in a row, connecting on a spectacular half-volley ... Read the whole story

  • USL Rewind: San Antonio starts Cascadia tour with victory

    Two new teams -- San Antonio FC and Charleston Battery -- climbed atop the conferences, and new signing Didier Drogba watched his latest club, ... Read the whole story

  • NASL Rewind: Jacksonville fends off Cosmos

    The Jacksonville Armada conceded its first goal of the season but came back to tie two-time defending champ New York Cosmos, 1-1, and remains ... Read the whole story

  • MLS Injuries: Wrist surgery sidelines Artur

    A fractured wrist that required surgery will keep Columbus SC midfielder Artur out of competitive play for a few weeks. The young Brazilian suffered ... Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Juan Carlos Rodriguez

    "It's not only an MLS team. This is way bigger than MLS. ... We really want to make the biggest thing that has ever happened to [San Diego]."

    -- Univision Deportes president Juan Carlos Rodriguez, who has joined FS Investors, which is pushing the "SoccerCity" development in San Diego and the city's bid for an MLS expansion team. (San Diego Union Tribune)

  • What They're Saying: Carly Telford

    "The chairman himself didn't come in to break the news. We've never actually met the chairman, he's never made the effort to come see us at anything, and then he wouldn't come himself to deliver the news. It was really cowardly on his part, we think."

    -- Notts County Ladies goalkeeper Carly Telford after chairman Alan Hardy folded the English Women's Super League club two days before the start of the 2017 season. Hardy termed continuing the club as "financial suicide" as he projected revenues for the season would be about $35,000. (Balls.Ie)

  • Real Madrid still controls own destiny

    Despite its dramatic 3-2 home loss to Barcelona that handed La Liga lead back to the Catalan club on the tiebreaker (head-to-head), Real Madrid ... Read the whole story