Soccer America Daily
Thursday, October 28, 2021
  • Bruce Arena: Revs' turnaround with new MLS record for points is 'remarkable'

    The MLS record for points in a season fell for the fourth straight full season. Read the whole story

  • Top 5: Winningest MLS coaches (regular season)

    1. Bruce Arena, 240 wins (5 MLS Cups, 4 Supporters' Shields)
    1. Sigi Schmid, 240 wins (2 MLS Cups, 3 Supporters' Shields)
    3. Bob Bradley, 182 wins (1 MLS Cup, 1 Supporters' Shield)
    4. Peter Vermes, 172 wins (1 MLS Cup)
    5. Dominic Kinnear, 158 wins (2 MLS Cups, 1 Supporters' Shield)

  • Playoff Watch: Big MLS wins for D.C. United and Real Salt Lake

    Both teams moved into the top seven in their conferences, where tight playoff races will go down to the last two weekends. Read the whole story

  • Results: Major League Soccer

    Wednesday, October 27
    Toronto FC 2 Philadelphia 2. (Goals: Altidore 66, own goal 70; Bedoya 1, Santos 77. Att.: 5,026.)
    New England 1 Colorado 0. (Goal: Buchanan 74. Att.: 10,199.)
    NYCFC 1 Chicago 0. (Goal: Castellanos pen. 51. Att.: n/a.)
    D.C. United 1 NY Red Bulls 0. (Goal: Paredes 9. Att.: 14,109.)
    Atlanta United 2 Inter Miami 1. (Goals: Araujo 59, Martinez 73; G.Higuain 32. Att.: 42,536.)
    FC Cincinnati 3 Nashville SC 6. (Goals: Own goal 6, Brenner pen. 17, Vazquez 32; Zimmerman 28, Leal 45+2, 76, Sapong 71, 90+2, Loba 80. Att.: 20,581.)
    3 Orlando City 2. (Goals: Berry 20, Etienne 31, Zelarayan  61; Dike pen. 52, Jansson 90+2. Att.: 16,676.)
    Sporting KC 2 LA Galaxy 0. (Goals: Russell 40, 82. Att.: 18,711.)
    FC Dallas 1 Real Salt Lake 2. (Goals: Hedges 21; Kreilach 80, Rusnak 90. Att.: 12,486.)
    Portland 2 San Jose 0. (Goals: D.Chara 34, Asprilla 55. Att.: 16,086.)
    Vancouver 2 Minnesota United 1. (Goals: Own goal 45, White 63; Adi 90+1. Att.: n/a.)

  • Sergino Dest's Barcelona fires embattled head coach Ronald Koeman

    Dest became the second American playing on a major European team whose Dutch coach was fired in the last four days. Read the whole story

  • In Brief: American men in Europe (Wednesday)

    1. Weston McKennie scored his first goal of the Serie A season for Juventus in its 2-1 home loss to Sassuolo. The Texan's header evened the score in the 76th minute, but he could not prevent the last-second Sassuolo winner as the lone player back as Juve pressed for a second goal.
    2. Christian Ramirez scored his sixth goal of the Scottish Premiership for Aberdeen in its 2-2 tie at first-place Rangers. Cameron Carter-Vickers scored his second goal of the season for second-place Celtic in its 3-1 win over Hibernian.
    3. With Zack Steffen in goal, Manchester City's bid to win a fifth straight Carabao Cup ended when it fell to West Ham United in a shootout after their fourth-round match ended 0-0. Steffen started all five games in City's 2020-21 Carabao Cup campaign.

  • First U.S. U-17 men's national team roster named in 20 months

    Three players have played as academy players on USL pro teams: Fernando Delgado, Nicholas Holliday and Javen Romero. Read the whole story

  • Thursday morning: What we're reading (and listening to)

    1. Yunus Musah, Luca de la Torre, Gianluca Busio and Kellyn Acosta: Assessing the USMNT's midfield options By Sam Stejskal and Paul Tenorio (The Athletic)
    2. Mexico vs. Ecuador: El Tri nets golazo, but loses to La Tri in Charlotte By Simon Borg (Sporting News)
    3. 'I have been fighting my sexuality': A-League Men player Josh Cavallo comes out as gay By Emma Kemp (Guardian)