Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
  • Report: New riverfront Chicago stadium on drawing board -- for USL

    The Chicago Tribune reported that local developer Sterling Bay and other investors will launch a USL team beginning in 2020. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Omar Gonzalez

    "What happened isn't the end of me, it isn't the end of any player that was on that field. Our careers are going to go on, so for myself it's about finding ways to continue to improve and that's all you can really do."

    -- U.S. national team defender Omar Gonzalez, who scored an own goal in the USA's 2-1 loss to Trinidad & Tobago that knocked it out of the World Cup, saying what happened lit a fire under him and he decided to put everything into his work at Pachuca, which will be playing in the Club World Cup in December. (ESPN FC)

  • Tuesday: UEFA Champions League results

    Group E: Sevilla 3 Liverpool 3.
    (Ben Yedder 51, pen. 60, Pizarro 90+3; Firmino 2, 30, Mane 22.)
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    Spartak Moscow 1 Maribor 1.
    (Ze Luis 82; Mesanovic 90+2.)
    Group F: Manchester City 1 Feyenoord 0.
    (Sterling 88.)
    -- Napoli 3 Shakhtar Donetsk 0.
    (Insigne 56, Zielinski 81, Mertens 83.)
    Group G: Monaco 1 RB Leipzig 4.
    (Falcao 43; own goal 6, Werner 9, pen. 31, Keita 45.)
    -- Besiktas 1 Porto 1.
    (Anderson Talisca 41; Felipe 29.)
    Group H: Borussia Dortmund 1 Tottenham 2.
    (Aubameyang 31; Kane 49, Son 76.)
    -- APOEL Nicosia 0 Real Madrid 6.
    (Modric 23, Benzema 39, 45+1, Nacho 41, Cristiano Ronaldo 49, 54.)

  • Egyptian international Gaber reunited with Bob Bradley at LAFC

    LAFC has acquired 25-year-old Egyptian right back Omar Gaber on loan from FC Basel of the Swiss Super League. Read the whole story

  • Rapids confident new Swede Blomberg will boost their attack

    Colorado, which had the third worst record and second worst attack in MLS in 2017, made its first offseason signing. Read the whole story

  • Attack-minded goalkeepers? Not Really.

    It is one of the persistent claims from the goalkeeping fraternity that, in addition to making saves and preventing goals, they also contribute to ... Read the whole story

  • USL awards: San Antonio FC duo Restrepo and Ibeagha honored

    Reno's Chris Wehan (Rookie of the Year) and Real Monarchs' Mark Briggs (Coach of the Year) also cited. Read the whole story