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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, May 1, 2007
The meteoric rise of former Liberian refugee Alex Nimo continued as he scored twice on Monday night to lead the United States to a 3-0 victory over Trinidad & Tobago in its opening game at CONCACAF's Under-17 World Cup qualifying tournament in Kingston, Jamaica. Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEW] Liverpool will have to do something on Tuesday it didn't have to do in the second legs of the previous two rounds of the UEFA Champions League: attack. The Reds' chances of earning a place in the Champions League final will depend on its ability to take the ... Read the whole story
Referee M.A. Riley ejected Reading's mascot, Kingsley the Giant Lion, minutes before halftime of the Royals' game against Newcastle United on Monday. Kingsley, who wears a Reading jersey over his fur, roared the team on from the sideline, which apparently confused Riley. "I can see where the referee was getting ... Read the whole story
A rare Monday night MLS game was the same old story for host Real Salt Lake, which lost to its Rocky Mountain Cup rival Colorado, 2-0. Moved out of Rice-Eccles Stadium for the weekend by the NCAA gymnastic championships being staged by the University of Utah, RSL (0-2-2) labored through ... Read the whole story
The U.S. U-21 women's national team finished second at the six-team Futbol Internacional Tournament in Alabama, where it fell on penalty kicks to the Canadian Olympic development team in the final after playing to a 0-0 draw in regulation. Read the whole story
The U.S. under-16 boys national team captured third place at the Ballymena International Tournament in Northern Ireland with a 5-1 win over Israel on Friday. The Americans scored in bunches -- three in five minutes in the first half and the other two in four minutes in the second half. Read the whole story


WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

"We're not going to start pointing fingers and let this team unravel. It's very important for us right now to stay together because we are frustrated. It is a tough stretch we've gone through. It takes its toll. We're not getting breaks but we're also killing ourselves." -- Midfielder Ben Olsen of D.C. United, the preseason MLS favorite that has lost its first three games of the season. (Washington Post) ...More


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