Soccer America Daily
Sunday, May 13, 2018
  • MLS Focus: MLS's struggling champions exposed in loss at New England

    Toronto FC has fallen 10 points below the red line -- and the sixth-place Revs -- after its 3-2 loss in Foxboro. Read the whole story

  • Video Pick: Even Zlatan Ibrahimovic's miss is impressive

    He didn't end up the hero, but Ibra nearly broke the post on a free kick in the Galaxy's 3-2 loss to FC Dallas. Read the whole story

  • Results: MLS, Week 11

    Saturday, May 12
    Minn. United 1 San Jose 3.
    (Ramirez 26; Eriksson pen. 2, Hoesen 69, Wondolowski pen. 76. Att.: 19,721.)
    Montreal 0 Philadelphia 2.
    (Burke 43, Medunjanin 88. Att.: 17,140.)
    FC Dallas 3 LA Galaxy 2.
    (Urruti 28, Lamah 44, 52; Kamara 47, Boateng 83. Att.: 18,355.)
    Columbus 3 Chicago 0.
    (Higuain pen. 28, Zardes 50, 70. Att.: 11,118.)
    New England 3 Toronto FC 2.
    (Penilla 4, 7, Bunbury 46; own goal 55, Giovinco pen. 89. Att.: 19,596.)
    Real Salt Lake 3 D.C. United 2.
    (Baird 21, Rusnak 24, Savarino 56; Arriola 9, Birnbaum 83. Att.: 16,961.)
    Colorado 1 NY Red Bulls 2.
    (McBean 85; Royer 5, Etienne 76. Att.: 15,691.)
    Schedule: Sunday

  • Watch: The weekend's biggest goal-area blunder

    Vancouver's Brek Shea manages to mis-hit the ball six yards in front of Houston's goal in a 2-2 tie. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Uwe Seeler

    "I cannot imagine Hamburg without Bundesliga football. I never thought that in my lifetime I would experience the relegation of Hamburg."

    -- Former Hamburg and German national team great Uwe Seeler, now 81, after HSV, the six-time German champion and European Cup champion in 1983, was relegated for the first time on Saturday, prompting fans to throw flares on to the field when it became official that the club's record uninterrupted top-flight streak had ended. (Reuters)

  • Results: NWSL, Week 7

    Saturday, May 12
    Portland 1 Orlando 2.
    (Sinclair 23; Morgan 11, Nairn 21. Att.: 17,115.)
    NC Courage 1 Washington 0.
    (Erceg 65. Att.: 5,866.)
    Chicago 2 Houston 2.
    (Kerr 20, Huerta pen. 65; Daly 6, Mewis 48. Att.: 2,372.)
    Seattle 4 Sky Blue FC 1.
    (Taylor 5, Rapinoe 38, 60, Long 84; McCaskill 62. Att.: 3,607.)

  • World Cup Countdown: MLS duo on Egypt's shortlist

    Defenders Omar Gaber (LAFC) and Amro Tarek (Orlando City) are among the 29 players called for tuneups against Kuwait and Belgium. Read the whole story

  • Results: USL, Week 9

    Saturday, May 12
    Ottawa 2 Atlanta United 2 0.
    (Dos Santos 26, Haworth 35. Att.: 4,296.)
    Real Monarchs 1 Fresno FC 0.
    (Chang 8. Att.: 1,245.)
    Charleston 2 Bethlehem Steel 1.
    (Guerra 44, Wild 53; Jones pen. 65. Att.: 4,659.)
    Richmond 1 Tampa Bay 0.
    (Kelly 38. Att.: 5,680.)
    Charlotte 4 FC Cincinnati 1.
    (Cato 38, Ekra 51, Voser 57, Zayed 87; Konig 45+2. Att.: 2,314.)
    Sounders FC 2 0 Portland 2 1.
    (Williamson 90+2. Att.: 4,602.)
    Tulsa 1 Phoenix 5.
    (Drogba 4, 69, Lambert 66, Wakasa 79, Cortez 87; Arce pen. 11. Att.: 3,586.)
    Rio Grande Valley FC 0 San Antonio FC 0.
    (Att.: 7,846.)
    Orange County SC 1 Saint Louis FC 1.
    (Own goal 79; Hilton 82. Att.: 3,209.)
    Sac Republic FC 2 Reno 1868 3.
    (Matjasic 2, Iwasa 12; Marie 57, Brown 59, Thiaw 62. Att.: 11,569.)
    Schedule: Sunday

  • Sunday reading

    Arsenal and Arsene Wenger, a fan's view (New York Times)
    Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign at Arsenal ends this weekend. A lot has changed in England and at Arsenal and for Gunners' fan Luka Marchand since he took over in 1996.