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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017
Christian Pulisic, still only 18, didn't have quite the game he did in his UEFA Champions League debut a year ago when he terrorized the Legia Warsaw defense, but he certainly was a central figure in the thrilling Tottenham-Borussia Dortmund opener to the 2017 group stage won by Spurs, 3-1, ... Read the whole story
Christian Pulisic, who turns 19 next Monday, made his 11th UEFA Champions League appearance and is set to play his 42nd Bundesliga. We throw back to when he was 9 with two videos, one in which he dazzles in game action and the other in which works on his skills ... Read the whole story
The results of Jordan Morris' MRI came back, and Seattle Sounders coach Brian Schmetzer said the U.S. international suffered a "significant strain," which will rule him out for weeks. That would impact the Sounders' stretch run for the Western Conference regular-season title and rule him out of the USA's World ... Read the whole story
Aided by two red cards on Video Review, Atlanta United tied an MLS record for the largest margin of victory with a 7-0 win over New England Revolution. But it set a league record as it held the nine-man Revs without a shot over 90 minutes, the first time that's ... Read the whole story
In the battle to score the fewest goals in MLS, D.C. United "leads" Colorado by two goals but with a couple of recent signings -- Paul Arriola and Zoltan Stieber -- may have done enough to close the gap down the stretch. 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
The USL, which has plans of launching a third division league in 2019, has sent out league executives Steven Short and Josh Keller on tours of target markets in the Southeast and Midwest. Now, it is using a digital platform for supporters to request a tour of their soccer market. Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Michael Bradley

"One of the recent [sayings] that I've seen that I like is, 'The lion doesn't care about the opinion of the sheep.' I'll leave it at that. It's pretty fitting." -- U.S. national team captain Michael Bradley with his reaction to Fox Sports commentator Alexi Lalas' comments critical of the national team performance and particular players following the recent World Cup qualifiers. (SportsNet) ...More

What They're Saying: Christian Pulisic

"I heard about it. I am not going to lose sleep about what Alexi Lalas has to say about us. He can say what he wants." -- Christian Pulisic with his reaction to Lalas' comments on the U.S. national team in which he was dubbed the "Wonderboy." (NBC Sports) ...More

What They're Saying: Jozy Altidore

"I dont even have any tattoos." -- Jozy Altidore, in response to Alexi Lalas, who referred to U.S. national team players as "soft, underperforming, tattooed millionaires." (@JozyAltidore via Twitter) ...More

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