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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2007
"My decision is not about the popularity of soccer. It's about how we spend taxpayers' dollars. This is an unsafe investment for the public." -- Salt Lake City Mayor Peter Corroon on not supporting $30 million in taxes toward a soccer stadium for Real Salt Lake. (Associated Press) Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney Senior Editor, Soccer America RIVALDO? Since Friday, news outlets have been reporting that the New York Red Bulls are locked in a bidding war with Mexican club Necaxa for former Brazilian international Rivaldo, 34, who has been playing in Greece for Olympiakos. A source says that New ... Read the whole story
U.S. defender Oguchi Onyewu, 24, is headed to Newcastle United, which is 11th place in the English Premier League. Onyewu, who played in all three games for the USA at last summer's World Cup, has been with Belgium First Division's Standard Liege since 2004, after stints with French club Metz ... Read the whole story
The U.S. U-18 men's national team, coached by Bob Jenkins, will train for three days at the Home Depot Center before heading to Mexico for a 24-team tournament Feb. 3-10 where their first-round opponents will be Atlas, Saprissa, Necaxa, Estudiantes de la Plata and Santos. U-18 U.S. national team roster: ... Read the whole story



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