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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Nov. 30, 2015
Alejandro Bedoya's first Ligue 1 start for Nantes in more than two months ended ignominiously as he was red carded in stoppage time of the Canaries' 0-0 tie with Bastia. Read the whole story
A 2-0 lead from the first leg proved to be just enough for Columbus to capture the Eastern Conference title despite losing the second leg, 1-0, at Red Bull Arena Sunday. The Red Bulls couldn't break through until the third minute of stoppage time, when substitute Anatole Abang headed in ... Read the whole story
On the verge of elimination in the shootout of the knockout round against Sporting Kansas City, the Portland Timbers are a month later headed to MLS Cup for the first time thanks to their Western Conference title that they wrapped up with a 2-2 tie Sunday that gave them a ... Read the whole story
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp sits down for an interview with 9-year-old Kop Kids reporter Isaac, who amid the questioning gives the German a lesson in the Merseyside dialect of Scouse. Read the whole story
LA Galaxy forward Robbie Keane, earning his fourth consecutive selection, was the only repeat selection on the 2015 MLS Best XI. The 10 first-year players include two players who made their MLS debuts in 2015: Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco and Montreal's Laurent Ciman. Read the whole story
American midfielder Fabian Johnson is suddenly one of the hottest scorers in Germany. He scored two more goals -- both golazos -- for Borussia Moenchengladbach in its 3-3 tie with Hoffenheim to go along with goals in each of his last two UEFA Champions League games for Gladbach. He also ... Read the whole story
Unseeded Boston College knocked out Big East champion Georgetown, No. 1 in the final Soccer American Top 25 men's rankings, when it beat the Hoyas in a shootout in the third round of the NCAA Division I Men's Tournament. It joined three other ACC teams in the quarterfinals: No. 1 ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying: Kei Kamara

"There was part of me saying, there's no way they can get two goals in the last two minutes of the game. I don't know how I ended up in the back there for that last ball that hit the post. I tried for my leg to not turn spaghetti on me and kick it into my own net at the last minute." -- The Columbus Crew's Best XI forward, Kei Kamara, who had to knock away Bradley Wright-Phillips' shot off the post in the 96th minute, preserving the Crew's 2-1 aggregate win in MLS's Eastern Conference final. ( ...More

What They're Saying: Livorno president Aldo Spinelli

"I'm relaxed. At this time, the coach is not at risk." -- Livorno president Aldo Spinelli on Christian Panucci. That was last Monday. On Wednesday, he fired him Panucci and replaced him with Bortolo Mutti. Spinelli has gone through 25 coaches in 16 years, seven in the last two years at the Italian club. (The Guardian) ...More

Just who is the idiot in the Valbuena-Benzema sextape affair?

France will host the European Championship next summer. With a team largely intact from the one that reached the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup and coming off a 2-0 friendly win over the World Cup champion Germany, the Blues should be one of the favorites next summer. There's only one problem: two of their stars, Mathieu Valbuena and Karim Benzema, are embroiled in what the French are calling l'affaire de la sextape, and the national team, it seems, is not big enough for both of them. ...More

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