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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2006
"Fifty-eight percent of the players who were treated on the field during the 2006 World Cup eventually turned out not to be injured." -- From a FIFA referee committee statement using analysis from Jiri Dvorak, FIFA's chief medical officer. (Times of London) Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney The rumors swirl anew about David Beckham joining MLS sooner rather than later, and more than a few journalists and such have jumped on the bandwagon, insisting a Pele-like publicity tsunami will sweep MLS from the niche netherworld into a pantheon of glory. Crock, pure and simple. ... Read the whole story
It keeps getting worse for Eddie Lewis and Leeds, which last season nearly won promotion to the Premier League but is now in the second tier's relegation zone. In English League Cup third round play, Lewis played 69 minutes as his team was eliminated with a 3-1 loss at home ... Read the whole story
In Peru, Universitario was trailing its host, Sport Ancash, when with about 30 minutes remaining all the ball boys left the sidelines, forcing players to retrieve the ball by themselves as the visitors fought to comeback. When Universitario coach Jorge Amado Nunes spotted one of the ball boys who had ... Read the whole story



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