Soccer America Daily
Thursday, June 1, 2023
  • Top 5: 2023 MLS scorers (all club competitions)

    1. Denis Bouanga (LAFC), 17 goals (10 in MLS, 7 in CCL)
    2. Daniel Gazdag (Philadelphia), 10 goals (7 in MLS, 3 in CCL)
    3. Jesus Ferreira (FC Dallas), 9 goals (9 in MLS)
    3. Giorgos Giakoumakis (Atlanta United), 9 goals (9 in MLS)
    3. Jordan Morris (Seattle), 9 goals (9 in MLS)
    3. Julian Carranza (Philadelphia), 9 goals (7 in MLS, 2 in CCL)

  • LAFC 'extremely lucky' to be alive in Concacaf Champions League final

    Leon won the first leg, 2-1, but the complexion of the final turned in the span of two minutes in second-half stoppage time. Read the whole story

  • Results: Major League Soccer

    FC Cincinnati opened up an eight-point lead in the Supporters' Shield race thanks to a 3-1 win at NYCFC. Read the whole story

  • What They're Saying: Phil Neville

    “In moments of real adversity, you learn a lot about yourself and the players you have, and I was incredibly proud (pause) of the young boy they were booing. It showed great courage. It hurt. It hurt. But I understand, and I think he understands. Do I agree with it? Probably not. But I’m his coach and I believe in young players.”

    -- Inter Miami coach Phil Neville after the 1-0 loss at home to the New York Red Bulls, which left the Herons last in MLS's Eastern Conference with four straight defeats, on the booing his 20-year-old son Harvey received when he came on in the 88th minute and each time he touched the ball. Inter Miami played five players who are 20 years old or younger Benjamin CremaschiEdison AzconaDavid RuizIan Fray and Harvey Neville. (Azcona and Ruiz are just back from the U-20 World Cup.) (Miami Herald)

  • OL Reign names Lesle Gallimore new general manager

    Most recently commissioner of the Girls Academy, Gallimore succeeds Nick Perera at the NWSL's Seattle team. Read the whole story

  • Results: NWSL Challenge Cup

    Wednesday, May 31
    Chicago 0 Racing Louisville 2. (Goals: Kanu 44, Goins 71.)
    San Diego 0 OL Reign 3. (Goals: Brown 29, Athens 54, Huitema 60. Att.: 9,763.)
    Portland 3 Angel City FC 2. (Goals: Vasconcelos 23, D'Aquila 46, Weaver 90+3; Le Bihan 61, Emslie 66. Att.: 16,429.)

  • U.S. U-16 MYNT wins International Dream Cup opener

    Captain Santiago Morales and sub Sean Petrie scored for the U.S. U-16s in their 2-1 win over host Japan. Read the whole story

  • Roster: U.S. Under-15 WYNT (European tour)

    Goalkeepers (2): Evan O'Steen (Solar SC), Liesel Tetmeyer (Sting Austin)
    Defenders (7): Pearl Cecil (San Diego Surf), Natalie Chudowsky (New York SC), Izzy Dalke (St. Louis Scott Gallagher), Makenna Holub (Eastside FC), Michaela Panella (Western New York Flash), Mia Villalpando (San Diego Surf), Vienna Whipple (Crossfire Premier)
    Midfielders (6): Scottie Antonucci (Legends FC), Reese Canada (Michigan Hawks), Sierra Dupre (Pittsburgh Riverhounds acad.), Riley Kennedy (North Carolina Courage Acad.), Jaiden Rodriguez (San Diego Surf), Chloe Sadler (La Roca FC)
    Forwards (5): Ashlyn Anderson (Indy Premier SC), Micayla Johnson (Michigan Hawks), Ella Kral (Lamorinda SC), Paige Pasinski (SC del Sol), Ava Stack (Concorde Fire)
    Schedule: June 9 at Netherlands, June 13 at Germany.

  • Youth soccer club boards and PTA

    Remedies to avoid the boards being transitional:. maintaining institutional memory and developing a sound succession plan. Read the whole story

  • Watch: Sevilla win its seventh Europa League title

    Jose Mourinho's Roma gifted the Spanish club an own goal and lost on PKs after overtime ended 1-1. Read the whole story

  • Women's World Cup: Star Beth Mead left out of England squad

    The 2022 European champions will also be without Leah Williamson and Fran Kirby, already ruled out due to injury. Read the whole story

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

    1. ‘We made mistakes’: Leeds chairman Radrizzani apologizes for relegation (PA Media
    The Soccer Tournament brings all-stars, actors and another sports boost to Greater Raleigh economy By Matt Talhelm (WRAL News)
    3. Women's World Cup: Five European governments want quick agreement on TV rights By Tom Mallows (BBC Sport)