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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2006
"I just want to say, I cannot be happier. I cannot be happier to be here. It is something I wanted. They've worked so hard to get me here and I appreciate that. I really do. This sort of has the same feeling as when I first came into the ... Read the whole story
Lamar Hunt, a great patron of American soccer, is fighting for his life in a Dallas hospital. The 74-year-old, who has battled cancer for several years, was hospitalized a day before Thanksgiving with a partially collapsed lung. Doctors then discovered that the cancer had spread. Hunt, an original investor in ... Read the whole story
Last week, Boca Juniors coach Ricardo Lavolpe joked that he'll be hanged if Boca finishes second. His team had already blown one chance to clinch the title, losing 1-0, to Belgrano Dec. 3. In its last game of the season on Sunday, Boca fell to Lanus, 2-1, a result that ... Read the whole story
England star Wayne Rooney used a three-day break granted by Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson for a New York visit and nearly got injured at a basketball game. Rooney and fiancee Coleen McLoughlin had courtside seats for Monday's New York Knicks game against the Boston Celtics at Madison Square Garden. ... Read the whole story
Bob DiGrazia, who coached the University of California's men's team for 28 years (1953-80) and remains the Bears' all-time winningest coach with a 202-133-39 record, died Dec. 11. A San Francisco native, DiGrazia played for Cal in 1948-50 and became the Bears' first All-American in 1950. As coach, he guided ... Read the whole story

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