Soccer America Daily
Monday, September 23, 2019
  • Christian Pulisic's birthday week to forget on Chelsea bench

    On Wednesday, Pulisic turned 21. On Sunday, he was an unused sub for the third straight game, raising questions about his place. Read the whole story

  • Yanks Abroad: USMNT in action (Weekend)

    Sunday, September 22
    Austria Erik Palmer-Brown, Austria Wien, 90 minutes (2-0 vs. Rheindorf Altach)
    Denmark Jonathan Amon, FC Nordsjaelland, sub-24 minutes (2-1 vs. AaB)
    Germany Tim Chandler, Eintracht Frankfurt, sub-8 minutes (2-2 vs. Bor. Dortmund)
    -- Zack Steffen, Fortuna Duesseldorf, 90 minutes (1-2 at Bor. M'gladbach)
    -- Bobby Wood, Hamburg/D2, sub-10 minutes (4-0 vs. Erzgebirge Aue)
    Netherlands Sergino Dest, 90 minutes, Ajax (1-1 at PSV)
    Spain Shaq Moore, Tenerife/D2, 59 minutes (0-1 vs. Fuenlabrada)
    Sweden Romain Gall, Malmo, 62 minutes (3-0 at Elfsborg)

  • What They're Saying: Gianni Infantino

    "In Italy, the situation has not improved and this is serious. Racism is fought through education, condemning it, talking about it. We cannot accept racism in society and in football. We have to identify those responsible and throw them out of the stadiums. We need clear sentences, as in England. We must not be afraid to condemn the racists, we must fight them to the end."

    -- FIFA president Gianni Infantino, in Milan for the FIFA women's soccer conference and FIFA Best Awards on Monday, on Italian channel Rai2 after Sunday's Serie A match between Atalanta and Fiorentina was halted for several minutes because of racial abuse of Brazilian Dalbert, the latest incident this season in Italy, where players of African origin have been targeted by monkey cries without any sanction being taken. (AFP)

  • Why bother with seventh MLS playoff berth if no one wants it?

    The recent record of the teams battling for the final Eastern Conference and final two Western Conference berths: one win in 21 games. Read the whole story

  • Results: Major League Soccer (Week 29)

    Sunday, September 22
    Portland 0 Minn. United 0. (Att.: 25,218.)
    FC Dallas 1 NYCFC 1. (Ondrasek 66; Castellanos 1. Att.: 14,663.)
    NY Red Bulls 2 Philadelphia 0. (Barlow 32, Royer 90+6. Att.: 19,262.)
    D.C. United 2 Seattle 0. (Rodriguez 14, Brillant 54. Att.: 18,489.)

  • Watch: Fantastic goalkeeping from Egypt

    ENPPI's Mahmoud Gad didn't pay for his diving header 15 yards outside of his box because of his equally spectacular recovery. Read the whole story

  • Top 5: NWSL scorers (single season)

    1. Sam Kerr, Chicago Red Stars (2019), 18 goals
    2. Sam Kerr, Sky Blue FC (2017), 17 goals
    3. Sam Kerr, Chicago Red Stars (2018), 16 goals
    4. Kim Lttle, Seattle Reign (2014), 16 goals
    5. Crystal Dunn, Washington Spirit (2015), 15 goals

  • Phoenix's luck runs out at Fresno, where Foxes snap its 20-game winning streak

    The Rising fell, 2-1, after star Solomon Asante missed two penalty kicks in the last five minutes. Read the whole story

  • Top 8: USL Championship

    Eastern Conference:
    1. *NY Red Bulls II 56, *Indy Eleven 56, *Tampa Bay 56.
    4. *Nashville SC 55.
    5. Pittsbugh 52.
    6. Louisville City 50.
    7. North Carolina FC 47.
    8. Ottawa 45.

    Western Conference:
    1. *Phoenix 71 points.
    2. *Fresno FC 56.
    3. *Reno 1868 53.
    4. Orange County SC 45.
    5. Sac Republic FC 44.
    6. Real Monarchs 43, Austin 43.
    8. New Mexico United 40, LA Galaxy II 40.
    *Clinched playoff berth.
    Note: Click here for complete standings.