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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Feb. 16, 2007
"Flamengo pulled off an heroic draw against Real Potosi in unsporting and inhumane conditions. ... We want to make it public that ... we will not take part in matches at an altitude above the limits recommended by sports medicine. ... It degrades the human condition and puts the life ... Read the whole story
Surprise Reading faces one of the biggest tests of the season when it travels to Old Trafford to face Manchester United in the round of 16 of the English FA Cup on Saturday (TV: PPV-Setanta, delay, noon ET). The Royals are sixth in their first season in the Premier League ... Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney He may be flush with a new contract, yet Revs' striker Taylor Twellman is thinking of how to reward the lowest-paid players in MLS and ratchet up the intensity of league competition. Twellman signed a new four-year contract earlier this week that will pay him more than ... Read the whole story
Barcelona and Real Madrid aren't the only Spanish clubs with player discord. One of the closest La Liga races in years has been overshadowed by problems at Barcelona (where Cameroonian star Samuel Eto'o criticized Coach Frank Rijkaard and teammate Ronaldinho) and Real Madrid (where David Beckham spent a month off ... Read the whole story
As expected, Honduras claimed the 12th and final berth in the 2007 Gold Cup with a 9-1 victory over Nicaragua Thursday in the fifth-place game at the UNCAF Digicel Cup. Veteran Wilmer Velasquez had four goals, and former MLS and A-League striker Saul Martinez added three for the Catrachos, who ... Read the whole story
So you think there's no money to be made in soccer? Scottish champion Celtic announced profits of 17.9 million pounds (almost $36 million) for the first six months of its fiscal year. Celtic benefited from its participation in the UEFA Champions League, where it has reached next week's round of ... Read the whole story
Last September, Brazilian referee Silvia Regina de Oliveira was suspended for allowing Santacruzense's game-tying goal to stand even though the ball was stroked home by the ball boy. (video) Earlier this month, another Brazilian ball boy committed a more egregious but less effective transgression when he smacked Botafogo-Riberao Preto goalkeeper ... Read the whole story



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