Soccer America Daily
Monday, March 19, 2018
  • United 2026 chiefs downplay concerns about politics hurting bid's chances

    In Malaysia for a meeting of regional Asian leaders, U.S. Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro insisted there has been no backlash. Read the whole story

  • By the Numbers: Cristiano Ronaldo's 50 hat tricks

    41x 3 goals
    7x 4 goals
    2x 5 goals

    Club and country:
    1x Man. United
    44x Real Madrid
    5x Portugal

    5x Sevilla (most)
    3x Atletico Madrid
    0x Barcelona

  • USMNT: Kekuta Manneh added to roster for Paraguay game

    Manneh is one of eight uncapped players in camp and one of three players who left MLS on free transfers in January. Read the whole story

  • Video Pick: Wondo's milestone goal among best of MLS Week 3

    Chris Wondolowski's 135th goal moved him into second all-time, 10 behind Landon Donovan, and is an MLS Goal of The Week candidate. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Chris Sutton

    "Mourinho is a changed personality from the charismatic one that first came over in 2004. He is picking silly, personal squabbles. Is it disastrous for Manchester United at the moment? No. But is this what Mourinho's remit was, to come in and finish behind City and not push for major trophies? He is rattled. He looks across the city, and the style of football they and Liverpool play. This is a guy who first came on to the scene and was regarded as a genius. Now he is looking outdated in the way his team plays and the way other teams play."

    -- Former Chelsea star Chris Sutton on Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. United is in second place in the EPL but 16 points behind Manchester City and with only 58 goals, the fewest in the top four. (Monday Night Club on BBC Radio 5)

  • MLS Moves: Impact uses Lanus pipeline to bolster attack

    Montreal has added Uruguayan attacking midfielder Alejandro Silva, who signed a three-year contract using TAM. Read the whole story

  • World Cup Countdown: Russia-bound teams call up 19 MLS players

    Costa Rica and Panama lead all teams with six MLS players each. The Ticos' Ronald Matarrita (NYCFC) was a late scratch. Read the whole story