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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017
Four months after expressing interest in running, Boston attorney Steve Gans threw his name into the hat for the U.S. Soccer presidency. In an interview with Soccer America, Gans, a former college player and parent of a current college player, said the theme of his campaign will be change and ... Read the whole story
Players from Argentine third division club Sacachispas dressed up as gladiators when they took the field against first division Sarmiento for a Copa Argentina game last week. After leaving their swords in the sidelines, they suffered a 3-1 loss. Read the whole story
The opening of Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday produced a rousing victory and raucous crowd. Starting Wednesday, Atlanta United plays four straight midweek games to fill up the gaps in its schedule with a playoff berth on the line. Read the whole story
For the second weekend in a row, the NASL's Miami FC has been impacted by Hurricane Irma. Florida International University remains closed until next week, forcing the postponement of Miami FC's match against the San Francisco Deltas at Riccardo Silva Stadium. Read the whole story
Omar Gonzalez didn't play for Pachuca in its Liga MX game on Saturday, but he scored the winner as Tuzos beat second division Cimarrones de Sonora in the Copa MX. Amando Moreno also scored the winner for Dorados in its 2-1 win at Universidad de Guadalajara. Read the whole story
Cameron Carter-Vickers, 19, needed all of 33 minutes to leave an impression on fans at new English League Championship club Sheffield United, scoring to give the Blades a 1-0 win over Bolton Wanderers, their fourth in a row for third place. His performance also left a big impression on manager ... Read the whole story
Timothy Weah scored the winning goal in Paris St. Germain's 3-2 win over Celtic in the UEFA Youth League opener for both teams. Weah scored on a header in the 66th minute as PSG rallied from 1-0 and 2-1 down in Dumbarton. Read the whole story


What They're Saying: Bob Bradley

"Atlanta is doing very well. We won the double. So when you said we did very well, let's cut to the chase a little bit. We won the double. As good as Atlanta is doing this year, when there was a headline early in the year that this is the greatest expansion team of all time, somebody lost their mind." -- Bob Bradley, who will coach LAFC in 2018, with a reminder about Chicago Fire, which won MLS Cup and the U.S. Open Cup in 1998, its first season in MLS. (Soccer Today on ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM) ...More

What They're Saying: Pernille Harder

"We have made some clear and reasonable demands for improvements. We must be able to make it go round for us as players when we are away with the national team. As it is right now, it doesn't." -- Danish women's national team captain Pernille Harder on the labor impasse between national team players and the Danish federation that forced the cancellation of Tuesday's sold-out match between Denmark and the Netherlands, a rematch of the Euro 2017 final. As it stands now, the Danes are paid $400 for each call-up to qualifiers but only receive tickets, no cash payments, for ...More


Bayern Munich unrest after Lewandowski, Ribery and Mueller complain

Those getting tired of Bayern Munich's Bundesliga dominance -- it has won the last five titles - have been treated to a good serving of schadenfreude: a 2-0 loss to Hoffenheim, criticism of the club by its leading scorer, Robert Lewandowski, complaints about the coach from fan favorite Thomas Mueller, and a tantrum from Franck Ribery. ...More



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