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Home > Soccer America Daily > Monday, June 26, 2006
"Jesus Christ said we should turn the other cheek. Unfortunately, Luis Figo is not Jesus Christ." -- Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari on star Luis Figo, who head-butted Dutchman Mark van Bommel shortly after being fouled during the rough-and-tumble Portugal-Netherlands World Cup match. “I think there could have been a yellow ... Read the whole story
The USA-Ghana game on the final day of Group E play at the World Cup was ESPN's fifth highest-rated and second most-viewed soccer game ever: 3.2 rating (2,902,000 homes). The 3.2 rating was not far off last Thursday's average prime-time ratings for the four major networks: CBS (6.8), ABC (4.1), Fox ... Read the whole story
WUSA founder John Hendricks is part of a group interested in purchasing MLS's D.C. United, according to Washington media reports. Others in the investment group include Washington businessman Corey Barnette and former Duke basketball player Brian Davis. The group has signed a letter of intent, but no sale is imminent. ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Fire was victorious in the official opening of Toyota Park, beating the New York Red Bulls, 2-0, on goals by Chris Armas and Thiago. The game drew 20,133 fans in Bridgeview, Ill. -- Chris Albright and Brian Ching, reserves on the 2006 U.S. World Cup team, were back ... Read the whole story
Vancouver moved to the top of the USL First Division standings as Rochester played to its sixth consecutive draw. Seattle's Cam Weaver had three goals on the week to catch idle Romario of Miami in the scoring table with nine on the year. In USL-2, Charlotte's Dustin Swinehart scored his ... Read the whole story
Arsenal FC will go for its third straight national title after winning the U-17 boys title Sunday at the U.S. Youth Soccer's Region IV championships in Boise, Idaho. Arsenal won the 2004 U-15 and 2005 U-16 boys regional and national titles. It also won the U-19 boys title in Boise. ... Read the whole story
For all the week's World Cup action and MLS games: http://www.socceramerica.com/article.asp?Art_ID=562137352 Read the whole story



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