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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2007
"I'm like a badger at the start of the pairing-up season." -- Ian Holloway, coach of English second-tier club Plymouth, describes how he feels about his club's reaching the FA Cup quarterfinals. (BBC) Read the whole story
Manchester United was the only team to win on the road in Tuesday's UEFA Champions League games, beating French club Lille, 1-0, in an incident-filled game played in the French city of Lens. Lille had had the better play until Ryan Giggs scored on a free kick in the 82nd ... Read the whole story
The Houston Dynamo and D.C. United on Wednesday begin their campaign to claim the CONCACAF Champions Cup for the USA for the third time. D.C. United, under then-coach Bruce Arena, won the 1998 crown. The Los Angeles Galaxy, then guided by Coach Sigi Schmid, took the crown in 2000. Club ... Read the whole story
Winners by Country Mexico 22 Club America (5), Cruz Azul (5), UNAM. (3), Toluca (2), Guadalajara (1), Puebla (1), Pachuca (1), Necaxa (1), UdeG (1), Atlante (1), Espanol (1). Costa Rica 6 Saprissa (3), Alajuelense (2), Cartagines (1). El Salvador 3 Alianza (1), Fas (1), Aguila (1). Suriname 2 Transvaal ... Read the whole story
The U.S. U-15 national team coach Jim Barlow brought 24 players to the Home Depot Center, where they are spending a week training. Among those present at the camp, which runs through Saturday, are Charles Renken, the 13-year-old striker who entered the U.S. U-17 Residency Program in January, and Sebastian ... Read the whole story
French defender Sebastien Sansoni of Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem claims it wasn't his intention to dine on NEC's Roy Beerens, he just wanted to "scare him off." Still, the biting motion (click here for video) earned Sansoni a five-game ban. "Although it was never my intention to hurt Beerens, it ... Read the whole story

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