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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2006
"Freddy desired to play a different role than the one we offered here at D.C., so we hope this move can aid that wish." -- A statement from D.C. United coach Peter Nowak on trading Freddy Adu to Real Salt Lake. (Washington Post) Read the whole story
Freddy Adu, 17, will don Real Salt Lake's jersey when he starts his fourth season in MLS. D.C. United, which signed the Ghana-born star when he was 14, traded Adu, along with keeper Nick Rimando, for reserve goalie Jay Nolly, a major player allocation and significant future considerations. Adu, who ... Read the whole story
Just 10 days after West Ham United was sold and its new owner, Icelandic Eggert Magnusson, gave Manager Alan Pardew his full confidence, the English Premier League club fired Pardew. Pardew was said to be in Magnusson's camp as the Icelandic tussled with Kia Joorabchian in the fight for control ... Read the whole story
FC Dallas, which fired Colin Clarke after he failed for the second straight year to guide Dallas to the MLS Cup it hosted, has named Clarke's assistant, Steve Morrow, head coach. Morrow, a Northern Irishman like Clarke, was assistant coach the past two seasons. Morrow, 36, played two seasons for ... Read the whole story
In the continuing fallout from the U.S. District Court ruling that overturned FIFA's planned eight-year sponsorship deal with Visa following a federal lawsuit brought by long-time financial services sponsor MasterCard, FIFA dismissed marketing director Jerome Valcke and three other employees. In a statement on Tuesday, FIFA acknowledged its World Cup ... Read the whole story



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