Soccer America Daily
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
  • USA-Cuba: Gregg Berhalter's first year as U.S. coach ends far off the beaten path

    The USA will advance to the Concacaf Nations League semifinals with a win in the match moved to the Cayman Islands. Read the whole story

  • Concacaf Nations League: What it all means

    The standings in the group phase, which ends on Tuesday, determine the placements of teams in three competitions. Read the whole story

  • Results: Concacaf Nations League (Matchday 6)

    League B Dominica 1 St. Vincent & Gren. 0. (Laville 71.)
    -- Aruba 2 Antigua & Barbuda 3. (John 20, Harms 76; Benjamin 36, own goal 83, Bowry 84.)
    -- Jamaica 1 Guyana 1. (East 50; Welshman 45.)
    -- Nicaragua 1 Suriname 2. (Fuentes 61; Comvalius 21, Hasselbaink 54.)

  • Draw: NCAA Division I Men's Tournament

    ACC champion Virginia was awarded the No. 1 seed, and 10 ACC teams in all are entered in the 48-team field. Read the whole story

  • Nike Friendlies: U.S. U-16 boys finish first after beating Turkey

    Coached by FC Cincinnati Director of Player Development Larry Sunderland, the U.S. U-16s edged the runner-up Dutch. Read the whole story

  • From Piscataway to Harrison: Sky Blue FC turns page on troubled past

    The NWSL team will play all its 2020 NWSL home games at Red Bull Arena after 10 seasons at Rutgers. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Thierry Henry

    "The only mistake that you can make is not learning from what happened. Like I said, it was a great learning process. I'm more than happy to have this opportunity with this club and this city."

    -- New Montreal Impact head coach Thierry Henry on his short tenure at Monaco, his first as a head coach. The former French playing great was hired in October 2018 and fired in October 2019, after only 20 games. (Yahoo Sports)

  • LA Galaxy brings Cristian Pavon back for second season

    At least one Designated Player spot has opened up on the Galaxy roster, allowing the Argentine to be a DP in 2020. Read the whole story

  • Watch: Highlights from the Argentina-Uruguay friendly thriller

    Barcelona teammates Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez each scored when they faced off in the Clasico del Rio de la Plata, which finished 2-2. Read the whole story

  • Tuesday morning: What's in the news ...

    1. Inter Miami  has signed German-American forward Jerome Kiesewetter from USL Championship expansion club El Paso Locomotive for its MLS launch in 2020. Kiesewetter grew up in the Hertha Berlin youth system with the likes of John Brooks and Alfredo Morales and played two Bundesliga games for VfB Stuttgart. He spent two seasons at Fortuna Duesseldorf before moving to El Paso, where he scored 12 goals in 28 appearances in 2019. The Locomotive fell in the Western Conference final.

    2. Miami FC has promoted Nelson Vargas to the position of head coach. The former U.S. international assumes the position following the appointment of Paul Dalglish as general manager. Miami FC won the 2018 and 2019 NPSL championships and 2019 NISA East Coast championship since Vargas joined the team as an assistant coach. He was a star on the U.S. U-17 and U-20 national teams in the early 1990s and later capped four times at the senior level.

    3. Danish second division club HB Koge has signed 16-year-old Ronald Arevalo to a pro contract to take effect upon his 18th birthday in 2021. Arevalo plays for New Jersey's Cedar Stars Academy, whose CEO and president, Capelli Sport founder George Altirs, became Koge's majority owner in July. Arevalo made four appearances for USL League Two club Cedar Stars Rush in 2019.

  • HBO's 'Diego Maradona' movie -- a measured masterpiece

    The documentary draws on mostly unseen archive footage from Diego Maradona's Napoli years. Read the whole story