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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, July 17, 2017
As expected, Bruce Arena made six changes to the U.S. national team's 23-player roster for the Gold Cup quarterfinals. Additions include first-team regulars Tim Howard, Michael Bradley, Darlington Nagbe, Jozy Altidore and Clint Dempsey. Among those returning to their MLS clubs are four players who started two games in the ... Read the whole story
Mexico had a hard time beating tiny Curacao in its Gold Cup Group C game. El Tri got its second goal of a 2-0 win in stoppage time. But Mexico's first goal came on a superb header in the 22nd minute by Angel Sepulveda off a perfectly delivered long-range cross ... Read the whole story
Once again, the USA made things hard for itself, missing two penalty kicks in the second half before getting the third goal from Matt Miazga (making his first international start) to complete a 3-0 Gold Cup win over Nicaragua (down to nine players on Miazga's goal) before 27,934 fans at ... Read the whole story
The U.S. flight through the group stage of the 2017 Gold Cup -- with trips to Nashville, Tampa and Cleveland -- was bumpy but ended the way it usually does with the hosts on top of their group. But the stats were certainly much more favorable than at the 2015 ... Read the whole story
Canada has recalled Orlando City star Cyle Larin for the knockout stage of the Gold Cup, where it will play for the first time since 2009. He had been excluded from the initial roster following his arrest on a a misdemeanor DUI charge in Florida. Read the whole story
Joel Campbell, who has tormented the USA in the World Cup qualifying, won't be available when Costa Rica faces the USA on Sept. 1. He suffered a torn ligament in his knee at the Gold Cup and could be out for up to six months. Read the whole story
The highest scoring team in MLS is one of its two expansion teams for 2017. Atlanta United has scored the most goals and drawn the most fans with a bevy of young attacking imports and veterans acquired from other MLS teams. It also moves into a brand-new stadium in less ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Bruce Arena

"I think those people are pretty stupid, whoever they may be. Alejandro is a very good player. In the three- or four-week period we've been together, he continues to demonstrate that." -- U.S. national team coach Bruce Arena, on detractors of Alejandro Bedoya, his captain for the Panama and Nicaragua games at the Gold Cup. ( ...More

What They're Saying: Toon Gerbrands

"The behavior that Kok has shown online is so far from the core values of PSV that a continuation of our cooperation is impossible. This was a hopeless and embarrassing situation for him and for us." -- PSV general manager Toon Gerbrands after the Dutch club's foray into esports blew up in its face when it had to terminate the contract of 22 year-old FIFA player Tony Kok two days after signing him when it discovered sexist comments about PSV fans that Kok, an Ajax fan, made on Twitter. (Kotaku) ...More

Chuck Blazer 1945-2017: The Fatally Flawed Friend

The tragedy that was Chuck Blazer is now over. And tragedy it assuredly was, a good man destroyed by his own excesses, a man capable of wondrous warmth and humanity who ended up vilified as The Soccer Rat. ...More

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