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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 22, 2006
"I've been confronted by streakers and annoyed supporters before but never a rabbit. I just saw a hole emerge in the six-yard box and there it was peeping at me." -- Jon Worsnop, goalkeeper of minor league club Witton Albion, after his goal area was invaded by a baby rabbit ... Read the whole story
All 12 MLS teams, each with four games left in the regular season, take the field on Saturday. The top four teams in each six-team conference qualifying for the playoffs. Here's how the six games could affect the playoff race: Saturday, Sept. 23 D.C. UNITED-NEW YORK TV: 7:30 pm ET, ... Read the whole story
In Germany, 10th place Borussia Moenchengladbach, with American Kasey Keller in goal, faces fourth place Borussia Dortmund on Friday (2:25 pm ET on Gol TV). Fulham, with Carlos Bocanegra and Brian McBride, faces two-time defending champ Chelsea on Saturday (9:45 am ET on Setanta Sports). English Premier League newcomer Reading, ... Read the whole story
Defender Kate Markgraf, veteran of the last two Women's World Cups and last two Olympic Games, returns to the U.S. nation team camp for the first time since giving birth to her son in July. The 30-year-old Markgraf is part of Coach Greg Ryan's roster for the 24-player training camp ... Read the whole story
Click here for this weekend's nationally televised games from around the world. Read the whole story



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