Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
  • Turner Sports will air 46 UEFA Champions League games, more than 340 games on B/R Live pay service

    Fans will have to get used to a new viewing channel and new (pay) viewing options for mid-week Champions League games. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Auston Trusty

    "It's the kind of mindset they instill in you because you can't get complacent, you can't be settled with where you are right now, you just want to keep going forward and forward. That's what they instilled in mine and everybody else's mind from the academy."

    -- Auston Trusty, who has started every minute of every game in his first season playing for the Philadelphia Union. Trusty and three other recent academy graduates playing on the Union's first team were selected to the MLS Homegrown Game. (MLSSoccer.com)

  • MLS Moves: Moises Hernandez returns to FC Dallas

    The 26-year-old academy product, back after spending the last two seasons in Guatemala, will provide cover at center back.

  • Youth Movement: MLS Homegrown Class of 2010 in pros

    Juan Agudelo, New England (MLS)
    *Diego Fagundez, New England (MLS)
    Doneil Henry, Vancouver (MLS)
    Moises Hernandez, FC Dallas (MLS)
    Jon Kempin, Columbus (MLS)
    Andy Najar, Anderlecht (Belgium)
    *Victor Ulloa, FC Dallas (MLS)
    *Spent entire career with same team.

  • What They're Saying: Shaun Harvey

    "This is not about creating a drama. It is about making sure behavior doesn't decline further."

    -- Shaun Harvey, the chief executive of the English Football League, on the introduction of yellow and red cards to managers -- and suspensions for accumulation of yellow cards -- as part of an FA pilot program to deal with bad behavior in the technical area. (AFP)

  • Youth: U.S. U-17 boys to face Costa Rica and Mexico

    Coach John Hackworth has named a 23-player roster for the Aug. 2-13 trip to Costa Rica. Read the whole story

  • Youth: USA roster set for Concacaf U-15 Girls Championship

    Coach April Kater will be fielding a U-14 squad at the Concacaf championship Aug. 6-13 in Bradenton, Florida. Read the whole story