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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Feb. 22, 2007
"If I give you a good wine, you will see how it tastes and after you ask where it comes from." -- Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger on the English Premier League club's predilection for foreign players. The Gunners frequently field no Englishmen. (BBC) Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney Facing Central American opposition on the road, be it World Cup qualifying or club competition, is pocked with pitfalls, as both D.C. United and Houston found out in the first legs of the CONCACAF Champions Cup quarterfinals Wednesday. D.C. won and Houston lost as both teams showed ... Read the whole story
After a week dominated by news of an altercation that rekindled the image of English soccer stars as out-of-control boozers, Liverpool stunned defending champion Barcelona, 2-1, Wednesday in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round-of-16 series. Liverpool's goalscorers were Craig Bellamy and John-Arne Riise, who were at the ... Read the whole story
The U.S. U-23 men's national team played to a 0-0 tie with Japan's under-23 national team in the Kirin Challenge Cup, its first international match under new head coach Bob Bradley. The Japanese were twice denied on shots by Sota Hirayama and Koki Mizuno off the woodwork. Chris Seitz, signed ... Read the whole story
There will still be school teachers, accountants and truck drivers refereeing MLS and international games in the USA, but now there will also be full-time professional referees in the middle. U.S. Soccer has launched a program to employ refs full-time, which exists in only a few nations, including England, France, ... Read the whole story
By Ridge MahoneyU.S. Soccer will send a team comprised mostly of MLS players to the Copa America, according to federation president Sunil Gulati, partially because European teams will not be obligated to release their players for that tournament. For invited teams Mexico and the United States, the Copa America is ... Read the whole story



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