Soccer America Daily
Sunday, January 14, 2018
  • Christian Pulisic and expectations

    On Sunday, Pulisic starts his third Bundesliga campaign when Borussia Dortmund hosts Wolfsburg to open the second half of the season. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Tyler Adams

    "We can't change the past. That's behind us now. So we have to look forward and look at what's positive, and what's positive is the amount of youth that we have produced that are making a difference in the country. I think that I can play a big role going forward. A lot of other young guys probably have their eyes set on that as well. Now it's getting on the field, getting experience, and moving forward.”

    -- Tyler Adams, who is at 18 the youngest player in the U.S. national team camp that opened this week in Carson, California. (

  • Watch: The Harry Kane Hotspur Show

    Harry Kane poached two goals in a 4-0 win over Everton to become Tottenham's all-time EPL leading scorer with 98 goals. Read the whole story

  • U.S. Abroad Tracker (25 and younger): Yedlin disappointed after Newcastle tie

    DeAndre Yedlin preserved the Magpies' 1-1 tie with Swansea City when he cleared Wilfried Bony's shot off the line in stoppage time. Read the whole story

  • Orlando City objects to Besiktas' move for Canadian star Cyle Larin

    The Turkish champ showed off pictures of Larin getting a physical. One problem: The MLS club says it has not agreed to a deal. Read the whole story

  • Tweet du jour

    "Today, you brought happiness to every Saudi family and woman who attended the first game. This is a historic moment for the Kingdom.”

    -- Reema bint Bandar Al Saud, a member of the Saudi royal family, after Al-Ahli beat Al-Batin, 5-0, in the first soccer match Saudi women were allowed to attend, in designated "family sections" separated from males. Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, has begun to insitute reforms loosening restrictions on what women can do in public. (@rbalsaud via Twitter)

  • 2018 NWSL rosters: Who's in and who's out

    Here's how NWSL rosters look ahead of the league's College Draft on Thursday. Read the whole story