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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Sept. 18, 2006
"If I never play for England again then I've played 94 times and captained England for six years and have had an amazing time playing for England. I don't want it to end, I want it to carry on. If I was a betting man I wouldn't bet on me ... Read the whole story
The weekend's five MLS games produced as many red cards as goals - seven. In the one high-scoring game, Real Salt Lake prevented West leader FC Dallas from clinching a playoff spot with a 3-2 win in which Salt Lake got goals from Andy Williams, Chris Klein and Jason Kreis, ... Read the whole story
DaMarcus Beasley came on as a 35th-minute sub to make his English Premier League debut for Manchester City, which is loaning him from PSV Eindhoven. Claudio Reyna remained on the bench as Manchester City fell, 4-2, to Blackburn, whose keeper, Brad Friedel, was beaten on an own goal and a ... Read the whole story
The Vancouver Whitecaps and Charleston Battery moved into the semifinals of the USL First Division's playoffs with victories in the first round of the playoffs. Vancouver knocked off expansion Miami FC, 6-1, on aggregate. Brazilian great Romario scored Miami's only goal. Former MLS player Stephen Armstrong's second-half goal gave Charleston ... Read the whole story



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