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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2007
"With the items the Argyle Superstore has on offer for new-born babies, it shows that it is now really possible for people to show their support -- from the cradle to the grave." -- Michael Dunford, the CEO of Plymouth Argyle, announcing that the English League Championship (second level) club ... Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney Senior Editor Not all of the soccer news emanating out of Salt Lake City this week is bad. Much of it, yes, but not all of it. Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon decided Monday to back the vote of a Debt Review Committee that recommended Salt ... Read the whole story
The USA won the Four Nations Tournament for the fifth time in six trips to China with a 2-0 win over the host country on Tuesday in Guangzhou. Needing a victory to overtake China, the Americans won on a thunderous strike from midfielder Lori Chalupny in stoppage time of the ... Read the whole story
Marcus Hahnemann was the only American to play in a winning effort on Tuesday night as top-flight league action resumed in England and Germany. Hahnemann was in goal as Reading beat Wigan, 3-2, to move into seventh place ahead of idle Everton in the English Premier League. Hahnemann could do ... Read the whole story
Former MLS star Stern John was sold by Coventry of the English League Championship (second level) to rival Sunderland in a move the Black Cats hope will lead to promotion to the Premier League. John, who signed a contract through the 2008-09 season, is Manager Roy Keane's sixth signing since ... Read the whole story
Major League Soccer's 12 U.S.-based clubs will enter the 2007 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, but only eight MLS teams will compete in tournament play. In past years, the eight MLS teams that advanced to the previous season's MLS Cup playoffs automatically qualified for the U.S. Open Cup's round of ... Read the whole story



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