Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
  • Under-20 Men's World Cup: Standouts and disappointments through two rounds

    Atlanta United youngster Ezequiel Barco inspired Argentina to a 2-0 win over Portugal. Mexico's group-stage problems continued. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Eric Wynalda

    "It'll be sad to beat him, but I'll actually be happy if he wins as well - and I very seldom say that. Either way, the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup is very special to both of us. This is one of those games we'll probably be talking about for years."

    -- Eric Wynalda, head coach of the USL Championship's Las Vegas Lights, on facing his former U.S. World Cup teammate Paul Caligiuri, head coach of the NPSL's amateur Orange County FC, on Wednesday when their teams meet in Las Vegas in the third round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Hunt Open Cup. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

  • Watch: The NWSL Goal of the Week candidates

    Midge Purce, Makenzy Doniak, Ashley Hatch and Bethany Balcer are in contention for NWSL Goal of the Week. Read the whole story

  • Evening Edition: What's in the news ...

    1. Sporting KC's Krisztian Nemeth had his suspension for a red card issued for a reckless tackle on Vancouver midfielder Felipe in the May 18 game against the Whitecaps extended one game. Nemeth will miss Wednesday's game against the LA Galaxy. Sporting KC, plagued by a rash of injuries, will lose center back Botond Barath and Nemeth after Saturday's game at Houston. They have been called up by Hungary for Euro 2020 qualifiers against Azerbaijan and Wales.

    2. DAZN has acquired exclusive MLS broadcast rights for the next four seasons in Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. It also has non-exclusive rights to MLS games in Brazil, where ESPN also has broadcast rights. DAZN's executive chairman is John Skipper, the former ESPN executive who championed its soccer coverage until his sudden departure in 2017, citing substance addiction that he later revealed involved cocaine.

    3. The "United States of Soccer" talk show on SiriusXM FC will be expanded to three hours Monday-Friday, beginning next Monday. The show hosted by Jason Davis begins at noon ET.