Soccer America Daily
Sunday, January 20, 2019
  • Jozy Altidore on the 'missed opportunity' of the Pulisic transfer saga

    The Toronto FC veteran, recovering from ankle surgery, says he is ready to help the U.S. national team with whatever is needed. Read the whole story

  • Record Book: Jozy Altidore in MLS

    2006 NY Red Bulls 7/3
    2007 NY Red Bulls 22/9
    2008 NY Red Bulls 8/3
    2015 Toronto FC 25/13
    2016 Toronto FC 23/10
    2017 Toronto FC 27/15
    2018 Toronto FC 13/7

  • What They're Saying: Jill Ellis

    "I'm not worried. We know who we are and what we can do."

    -- U.S. women's national team coach Jill Ellis after a 3-1 loss to France ended its 28-game unbeaten streak. (AP)

  • USA-France: Women's Friendly Player Ratings

    Overconfidence during preparations for this summer's World Cup won't be a problem for the USA. Read the whole story

  • Watch: Tim Weah open new chapter with smooth finish -- and his postgame interview

    The 18-year-old U.S. striker, on loan from Paris SG, pleased Celtic fans like this, scoring in a 3-0 Scottish Cup win. Read the whole story

  • Ian Harkes also scores in Scottish debut

    The former D.C. United midfielder needed 22 minutes to score for Dundee United, only four minutes more than Tim Weah needed to score. Read the whole story

  • Yanks Abroad: USMNT in action (Saturday)

    England Lyndon Gooch, Sunderland/D3, 90 minutes (1-1 vs. Scunthorpe United)
    -- Eric Lichaj, Hull City/D2, sub-1 minute (2-2 at Aston Villa)
    -- DeAndre Yedlin, Newcastle United, 90 minutes (3-0 vs. Cardiff City)
    Germany Alfredo Morales, Fortuna Duesseldorf, 90 minutes (2-1 at Augsburg)
    -- Christian Pulisic, Bor. Dortmund, sub-15 minutes (1-0 at RB Leipzig)
    -- Josh Sargent, Werder Bremen, sub-11 minutes (1-0 at Hannover 96)
    -- Bobby Wood, Hannover 96, 62 minutes (0-1 vs. Werder Bremen)
    Scotland (FA Cup) Tim Weah, Celtic, sub-22 minutes, 1 goal (3-0 vs. Airdrieonians)
    Other goals:
    Ian Harkes (Dundee United, Scottish FA Cup), Duane Holmes (Derby County, English League Championship).

  • What They're Saying: Jesse Marsch

    “If I were to be critical of the sport in our country in general, I think we have failed ourselves miserably because everyone is the smartest guy in the room and everyone is the biggest critic, inside the game and out. And that will never be successful.”

    -- Former New York Red Bulls coach Jesse Marsch, who did not pursue the U.S. men's national team coaching job in order to concentrate on his move to RB Leipzig as an assistant coach, on the negativity in American soccer since the USA failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup and need to get begin new U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter. (New York Times)

  • USA-Costa Rica: Calvo and Guzman are only 2018 World Cup holdovers in Ticos' squad

    Uruguayan Gustavo Matosas began work as the Ticos' new head coach on Jan. 7 with a camp in Alajuela. Read the whole story