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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2006
"We need stadiums in urban areas. We're a little bit vanilla right now, our sport, and we're going to get into communities that have a passion for the game. It is our charge to deliver the right environment for the fans and deliver the right product." -- New York Red ... Read the whole story
On Tuesday, the New York Red Bulls broke ground on the stadium scheduled to be completed in 2008. So far in MLS, Columbus, the Los Angeles Galaxy, Chivas USA, FC Dallas and Chicago play their home games in soccer-specific stadiums. The Colorado Rapids and future MLS club Toronto are set ... Read the whole story
WEDNESDAY, ESPN2, 9 pm ET/6 pm PT "Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos" The rise and fall of America's greatest soccer club is chronicled in a documentary the New York Times described as, "Fielding heroes and villains, gentlemen and rogues, booze and women, it ... Read the whole story
When, last weekend, American DaMarcus Bealsey made his debut for Manchester City, a team nicknamed the Blues, he entered the field as a first-half sub wearing shiny red shoes. "Blue boots, you'd better wear blue boots," chanted the City fans. (They call soccer shoes "boots" in Britain.) Beasley came out ... Read the whole story
Felix Magath, coach of German defending champion Bayern Munich, excused his players for a 2-1 league loss to lowly Arminia Bielefeld last weekend, citing the rigors of having to play German Cup and Champions League games the same week, but Magath's boss would have none of that. Said Bayern chairman ... Read the whole story

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