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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2006
"We have to accept sometimes referees give goals because they do not see things. Tonight we have something new -- that they cancel goals because they saw things which did not exist." -- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger after Spanish referee Manuel Enrique Mejuto Gonzalez ruled that France striker Thierry Henry ... Read the whole story
Manchester United and Lyon maintained their perfect starts to the UEFA Champions League with their third straight wins on Tuesday. Manchester United leads Group F after a 3-0 victory over FC Copenhagen at Old Trafford. Paul Scholes, John O'Shea and Kieran Richardson scored for United in a match notable for ... Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney It could prove be nothing more than sniping by the desperate, but scuttlebutt around the league is that D.C. United's lackluster finish to the regular season may be borne of more than indifference. A stagnant back line, a creaky Jaime Moreno, and a propensity of several players ... Read the whole story
France leads all nations with 11 players nominated for the 2006 European Player of the Year. The Paris magazine France Football, which organizes the award, announced a short list of 50 candidates for the 51st Ballon d'Or ("Golden Ball'). Chelsea leads all clubs with nine players picked, followed by Barcelona ... Read the whole story
Sonny Guadarrama, who has played for the U.S. under-18 and under-20 national teams, has been called into a Mexico U-20 national team camp this week in Mexico City. The 5-foot-7 Guadarrama, the second leading scorer in the NCAA Division I ranks as a freshman in 2005 for Campbell, left school ... Read the whole story



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