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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Oct. 30, 2006
"We are delighted to be able to accept the offer to play in Copa America. The tournament offers the dual advantage of quality opponents and a challenging environment that will provide long-term benefits for our team. In order to continue our progress at the international level, it is critical that ... Read the whole story
German newspaper Bild am Sonntag reported on Sunday that Juergen Klinsmann is close to signing a contract with U.S. Soccer through 2010 that the tabloid speculated would be worth $3.18 million per year. The report claimed that Klinsmann would employ as assistant coach Columbus Crew coach Sigi Schmid. Bild am ... Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney Houston 2, Chivas USA 0. (agg: 3-2) Houston scored twice after forward Francisco Palencia was sent off by referee Michael Kennedy for two quickly incurred cards in a frenzied, fiercely fought match. The Dynamo, which had pinned Chivas USA in its own third for much of the ... Read the whole story
Forward Johann Smith, 19, made his English Premier League debut, coming in with five minutes left as his Bolton club fell, 4-0, to Manchester United. Former U.S. youth national team goalkeeper Quentin Westberg, 20, made his French First Division debut in a 3-1 win over St. Etienne. Westberg replaced injured ... Read the whole story
In the space of 24 hours, AC Milan's Serie A title hopes went up in smoke. On Friday, Milan's appeal of its eight-point penalty for its involvement in Italian soccer's match-fixing scandal was rejected. The next day, it lost to archrival Inter Milan, 4-3, to fall 14 points behind Inter ... Read the whole story
Newly married Kristine Lilly scored in the 73rd minute to earn the USA a 1-1 tie with Denmark before 8,200 fans Sunday in the opening game of the Peace Quenn Cup in Gimhae, South Korea. The USA dominated the first half, but the Danes who scored first when Camilla Anderson ... Read the whole story



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