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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, April 30, 2007
The Crew is still unbeaten, D.C. United is still pointless, and Toronto FC is still goalless after the fourth weekend of MLS play. (Colorado and Real Salt Lake play a rare Monday night match.) Taylor Twellman scored again and defending champion Houston again was shut out. Read the whole story
Goalkeeper Kasey Keller's club has been relegated to the German Second Division and English Premier League club Fulham, which includes three Americans in its ranks, is threatened with a similar fate. But in Mexico, Santos Laguna, for which Edgar Castillo is a regular, survived a relegation scare. Read the whole story
Manchester United broke into the clear in the English Premier League race Saturday when it rallied from two goals down to beat Everton, 4-2, while second-place Chelsea could only tie Bolton Wanderers, 2-2, at home. Read the whole story
Pachuca, which has won championships on two continents in the last six months, defeated Atlante, 4-1, to finish Mexico's Torneo Clausura as the overall leader of the first stage with 39 points, eight more than Guadalajara and nine more than Club America. Queretaro lasted just one year back in the ... Read the whole story
USL-1 expansion team California held defending champion Vancouver to a 2-2 tie in its debut on Saturday. In the USL-2, the Bermuda Hogges made their debut with a 1-0 loss to Harrisburg before 1,666 fans at the National Stadium. Bermuda also fell to Harrisburg, 1-0, on Sunday. Read the whole story
PSV won the Dutch Eredivisie title for the 20th time when it beat Vitesse, 5-1, on Sunday and edged Ajax for the championship on goal difference. Red Bull Salzburg (Austria) and Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) also clinched titles as the European season begins to wind down. Read the whole story
French goalkeeping great Fabien Barthez left relegation-threatened Nantes a day after a group of drunken supporters cornered him in his car and he fought with one of them. Read the whole story
Real Salt Lake can't be as bad as it looked while being thumped, 4-0, by Chivas USA last week, can it? It'll a have chance to answer that question when it faces Colorado in a rare edition of Monday Night Soccer. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Soccer is a cruel, cruel game." -- Forward Alecko Eskandarian of Toronto. The MLS expansion club's 1-0 loss to Kansas City in its home opener leaves it looking for its first goal after getting outscored, 10-0, in its first four games, all losses. (The Hamilton Spectator) ...More


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