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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Oct. 20, 2006
"Bruce isn't going to be on the field. If the two head coaches played, I think we'd have a pretty significant advantage." -- D.C. United president Kevin Payne downplays the significance of New York coach Bruce Arena facing D.C. United, the team Arena turned into MLS's top club a decade ... Read the whole story
The MLS playoffs kick off this weekend with quarterfinal, first-leg matches. In this round, teams play two games, to be decided by total goals, with the higher-seeded team playing the first game on the road. Away goals carry no extra weight and there is no overtime. Penalty kicks will decide ... Read the whole story
With American Brad Friedel in goal, Blackburn defeated Polish club Wisla Krakow, 2-1, on the road Thursday night in their UEFA Cup group opener. Friedel was helpless on the Wisla goal that took a deflection off a Blackburn defender. Blackburn recovered to win on second-half goals by Robbie Savage and ... Read the whole story
Real Madrid will be out of wipe away the memory of last season's humiliating defeat at Bernabeu Stadium when it hosts Barcelona Sunday in soccer's most passionate regional clasico (TV: Gol TV, live, 3 pm ET). When Barcelona played Real Madrid last season at Madrid's Bernabeu Stadium, Barca star Ronaldinho ... Read the whole story



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