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Home > Soccer America Daily > Friday, July 14, 2017
The USA closes out group play in the Gold Cup in Cleveland on Saturday when it faces Nicaragua, the only Central American team it has never faced. For players wanting to be picked for the remaining World Cup 2018 qualifiers, they'll need to first convince U.S. coach Bruce Arena they ... Read the whole story
After 13 years with Manchester United, Wayne Rooney has returned to his boyhood club Everton. In his first game for the Toffees, a 2-1 win over against Kenyan champ Gor Mahia in Tanzania, Rooney scored with a 30-yard scorcher. Read the whole story
Jamaica held Mexico to a 0-0 tie in their Group C match, leaving no team with two wins after the first two matchdays at the 2017 Gold Cup. Gerson Mayen, one of the first players to turn pro through an MLS academy, and Rodolfo Zelaya scored in the first half ... Read the whole story
The New York Red Bulls moved closer to winning their first U.S Open Cup when they advanced to the semifinals for the first time since 2003 with a 1-0 win over the New England Revolution at Harvard University's Jordan Field on Thursday. Read the whole story
In addition to being handed the job of replacing Bruce Arena, LA Galaxy head coach Curt Onalfo has dealt with a heavy run of injuries as he tries to re-mold one of the league's most successful teams. Even with rumors of a big summer signing (Zlatan Ibrahimovic?), young players will ... Read the whole story
San Antonio, which hosts a Gold Cup doubleheader at the Alamodome on Sunday, has been relatively quietly until now on the MLS expansion front. Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, one of the leaders of the local expansion effort, believes that makes San Antonio better placed to be considered for the ... Read the whole story
Aaron Schoenfeld scored in his second straight game in the Europa League, hitting the first of three goals Israel's Maccabi Tel Aviv scored in 18 minutes to beat Iceland's KR, 3-1, in the first leg of the second qualifying round. Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Sepp Blatter

"Do not judge. Otherwise, you will one day be convicted." -- Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter on what he thought of the crimes to which the late Chuck Blatter, who served with him on the FIFA executive committee, had been convicted of. (New York Times) ...More

What They're Saying:Todd Portune

"MLS, you tell us why it doesn't work. You saw the same thing we did two Wednesdays ago. You're telling me you don't want that?" -- Hamilton County commission president Todd Portune, questioning why MLS wants a soccer-specific stadium in Cincinnati, which would likely require public funds to build, instead of using the University of Cincinnati's Nippert Stadium, where FC Cincinnati drew 32,287 fans for its most recent Open Cup win. (Cincinnati Enquirer) ...More


USA beats a minnow: the woeful, good and hopeful

What was the most pathetic moment for the USA in its Gold Cup game on Wednesday? There were a few to choose from. ...More


Barcelona opens new chapter with Ernesto Valverde, another Cruyff connection
Texans SC Houston are only non-MLS club at this weekend's Development Academy championships

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