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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006
"Am I proud to be a general manager with less-than-stellar results happening on my watch? Absolutely not. Do I take it personally? Yeah. I don't want to be associated with a team that doesn't live up to the high standards the Galaxy has over the years." -- Alexi Lalas, who ... Read the whole story
The New England Revolution won 2-0 at New York on Wednesday despite the absence of midfielder Shalrie Joseph, who is out for the rest of the regular season with a hand injury. According to reports in the Boston Globe and SIcnn.com, Joseph hurt his hand last week during an altercation ... Read the whole story
Manchester City, which has won just two of its last 15 English Premier League games dating back to last season, suffered further embarrassment in the second round of the Carling League Cup, going down, 2-1, to third-tier Chesterfield. Claudio Reyna started and played 71 minutes wide left in the midfield ... Read the whole story
Fire ants, who attack and sting when their mounds are disturbed, have infested soccer fields in Chesapeake, Va., disrupting the season for hundreds of children in the Chesapeake United Soccer Club. Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services inspector Mike Tilley is working on an extermination plan. Read the whole story



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