Soccer America Daily
Monday, October 28, 2019
  • USA wins Sergino Dest sweepstakes

    The fact that the USA first "embraced" Dest. giving him a chance to play internationally, trumped any arguments in favor of the Netherlands, Read the whole story

  • Awards: 2019 MLS Best XI

    Goalkeeper: Vito Mannone (Minn. United, 1)
    Defenders: Ike Opara (Minn. United, 2), Miles Robinson (Atlanta United, 1), Walker Zimmerman (LAFC, 1)
    Midfielders: Eduard Atuesta (LAFC, 1), Carles Gil (New England, 1), Maxi Moralez (NYCFC, 1), Alejandro Pozuelo (Toronto FC, 1)
    Forwards: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (LA Galaxy, 2), Josef Martínez (Atlanta United, 3), Carlos Vela (LAFC, 2)
    Note: In parentheses is the number of Best XI selections.

  • Watch: Sergino Dest explain his decision to stick with USA

    Dutch club Ajax released an interview in which the 18-year-old American explained what went into his much-anticipated decision. Read the whole story

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

    1. U.S. men's national team head coach Gregg Berhalter issued a personal letter to the American Outlaws, the main supporters' group, apologizing for failing to thank the traveling fans after the 2-0 loss to Canada in Toronto in the Concacaf Nations League two weeks ago. He said he had no excuses and he "screwed up."

    2. Hartford Athletic agreed to part ways with head coach Jimmy Nielsen after one season. The first-year Athletic finished 17th out of 18 teams in USL Championship's Eastern Conference with a 8-21-5 record. Nielsen helped Sporting Kansas City win MLS Cup 2013 and then took up coaching, spending four seasons (2014-17) as the head coach of OKC Energy FC.

    3. Konrad de la Fuente scored two more goals for Barcelona's U-19s in a 6-0 win over Ebro in Spain's Division de Honor Juvenil. The U.S. U-20 winger also scored two goals for Barcelona last week in its 4-0 win at Slavia Prague in the UEFA Youth League.