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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, April 17, 2007
"It was hard for me moving my body. It was not that I was going to die, [but] I didn't really feel like it was a wise decision to go on." -- Dutch goalie Ronald Waterreus, who had to come off at halftime of the New York Red Bulls' 3-0 ... Read the whole story
By Ridge Mahoney Senior Editor Two more Designated Players are headed to MLS in addition to David Beckham and Cuauhtemoc Blanco, and both will bring a heavy dose of Hispanic appeal and attacking flair. There's some baggage as well. Colombian Juan Pablo Angel, 31, will leave Aston Villa to play ... Read the whole story
So far, 12 players taken in the 2007 MLS SuperDraft and Supplemental Draft have made their MLS debuts. Michael Harrington made MLS history when he scored three minutes into Kansas City's opener at D.C. United, playing an outstanding game on the left side of midfield in a 4-2 win. Harrington, ... Read the whole story
Charlie Davies, the 2006 ACC Offensive Player Of The Year at Boston College, made his pro debut Saturday for Swedish club in a 3-0 win over Trelleborg. Davies passed on an opportunity to sign with MLS after his junior year at BC to join the AEG club in Sweden. Hammarby, ... Read the whole story
David Beckham's calendar is filling up quickly. Not only with the Los Angeles play in the World Series of Football and SuperLiga, in addition to its MLS schedule, but it will also travel to the Pacific Northwest to face USL-1 defending champion Vancouver on Oct. 3 at BC Place Stadium ... Read the whole story
Dean Duerst, the former Wisconsin women's head coach, opened his first camp since being named the new U.S. under-17 girls national team head coach. The camp opened last weekend in Sunrise, Fla., and will run until April 21. Duerst replaced Erica Walsh, who stopped down after becoming the head coach ... Read the whole story



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