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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Dec. 14, 2006
Lamar Hunt, the man who may have done more to advance soccer's cause in the USA than any other individual, died on Wednesday at age 74 from complications of cancer. Hunt was a leading investor in the NASL from its founding. He returned to the pro soccer scene when MLS ... Read the whole story
American Brad Friedel was in goal as Blackburn Rovers shut out French club Nancy, 1-0, on Wednesday to win its UEFA Cup group. The win in Europe was a welcome relief for Blackburn, which has struggled in the English Premier League with one win, one tie and six losses in ... Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney NATE DOWN TO ONE. Agent Pat McCabe says by the weekend Nate Jaqua will know if he has found a club in Europe. There supposedly had been interest from several clubs but apparently the choices have been boiled down to one, which McCabe would not specify. "There ... Read the whole story
Last week, Boca Juniors coach Ricardo La Volpe said he would be hanged if his team didn't win Argentina's Torneo Apertura. After Estudiantes stunned Boca, 2-1, in a playoff on Wednesday, La Volpe did something less dramatic. He said he was quitting. The playoff ended a stunning reversal late in ... Read the whole story
Pachuca, Mexico's oldest club, came from behind to beat Colo Colo, 2-1, in Santiago and capture the Copa Sudamericana on Wednesday. Pachuca won, 3-2, on aggregate to become the first Mexican team to win a South American club competition. CONMEBOL began inviting Mexican teams to the Libertadores Cup and other ... Read the whole story



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