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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, Sept. 11, 2017
All but one player who played for the USA in the 1-1 tie with Honduras on Tuesday were back in action with their clubs this weekend. But by the end of the weekend, two players -- Geoff Cameron and Jordan Morris -- were sidelined with hamstring injuries. Read the whole story
Portland's Diego Valeri tied the MLS record for goals in consecutive games with a sharp shot into the lower corner in a 1-0 win over NYCFC. He joins Carlos Ruiz (2006), Wolde Harris (2000) and Raul Diaz Arce (1997) with seven goals in seven straight games. Read the whole story
Boosted by Sunday crowds of 45,314 in Atlanta and 44,679 in Seattle, MLS average attendance climbed to 21,596 for 2017. Atlanta United still has seven home games at its new Mercedes-Benz Stadium so MLS should again break -- for the fourth year in a row -- the league record of ... Read the whole story
Toronto FC became the first team to clinch a berth in the MLS playoffs when it beat the San Jose Earthquakes, 4-0. Now, the runaway Supporters' Shield leader has six games to break an assortment of league records. Read the whole story
At the beginning of the Liga MX season, 18-year-old California Jonathan Gonzalez got a shot at playing for Monterrey because Mexican international Jesus Molina was on national team duty at the Gold Cup. Now, Gonzalez is first-place Rayados' talisman, unbeaten in the seven games he has played, including six starts. Read the whole story
Erik Palmer-Brown, who captained the USA at the 2017 Under-20 World Cup, should join Manchester City when his contract at Sporting KC expires at the end of the year, sources out of England told Metro. Read the whole story
With three clubs directly impacted by Hurricane Irma and working to support their players and staffs, NASL clubs had more urgent considerations. But several owners addressed U.S. Soccer board of directors' initial decision not to extend Division 2 sanctioning, most notably New York Cosmos owner Rocco Commisso. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Brad Guzan

"It's the same people that are coming to Bobby Dodd who were coming here. So for us we're lucky because they're boisterous, they're excited to be in the stands and support us." -- Atlanta United goalkeeper Brad Guzan, on the support at new Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which was just as loud as at the MLS expansion club's temporary home, Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd Stadium. ( ...More

What They're Saying: Pep Guardiola

"I cannot assure even the best players like Sergio [Aguero] they are going to play all the games." -- Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola on 17-year-old Jadon Sancho with whom he had a handshake agreement but who changed his mind and signed for Borussia Dortmund when Guardiola could not guarantee the academy player of regular playing time. (BBC Football) ...More

Euro leagues ponder impact of EPL decision on shortened transfer window

Premier League clubs have voted to close their transfer window prior to the start of the season rather than a few weeks into it. Will other major leagues do the same? ...More

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