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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006
"We're on the one-yard line, and there's a long ways to go before anything's completed." -- Carl Gerlach, mayor of Overland Park, Kan.,  referring to his own one-yard line and using a football analogy after the Overland Park city council met last night to discuss having a public hearing on using ... Read the whole story
For the third year in a row, Barcelona and Chelsea will meet in the UEFA Champions League. Barca, the defending champion, was drawn with Chelsea in Group A for the group stage of the European club competition. Last year, Barcelona beat Chelsea in the second round en route winning the ... Read the whole story
The quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup produced heroes in unlikely roles. Landon Donovan was the supersub for the Los Angeles Galaxy, and Jamil Walker made the most a rare start for D.C. United. Donovan, who came on the 37th minute, scored twice in overtime to give the Galaxy a ... Read the whole story
American goalies Brad Friedel and Tim Howard squared off for the fifth time in the English Premier League on Wednesday when Howard's Everton held Blackburn to a 1-1 tie. Howard did well to hold Blackburn to only one goal scored by South African Benni McCarthy, who has been a nemesis ... Read the whole story



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