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Home >Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, May 2, 2007
The good, the bad and the ugly marked the first month of MLS play in 2007. Two new stadiums staged their first matches, harsh weather curtailed attendances in some cities, and the two teams picked by many to reach MLS Cup 2007 staggered out of the gate. So what's wrong ... Read the whole story
Liverpool defeated Chelsea, 4-1, Tuesday night on penalty kicks to reach the Champions League final for the second time in three seasons. Two years ago, the Reds beat Chelsea, 1-0, at home for a 1-0 aggregate victory en route to their fifth title in Europe's most important competition, This time, ... Read the whole story
[PHOTOS] Los Angeles Galaxy-bound David Beckham, who turns 32 today, and wife Victoria have reportedly purchased a six-bedroom, nine-bathroom house in Beverly Hills for $22 million. People magazine reported that the Beckhams, who have children age 8, 4, and 2, "had struggled to find a home in Los Angeles as ... Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEW] Manchester United looks to set up the first all-English final in the UEFA Champions League when it faces AC Milan Wednesday in the second leg of the semifinals at the San Siro. United carries a 3-2 lead into the game and is riding high after a 4-2 comeback ... Read the whole story
A burglar without the foresight to bring a flashlight broke into the stadium clubhouse of German amateur club Germania Freund at 3 am. He flipped the first light switch he could find, which turned on the stadium floodlights. Local residents, realizing a game at that hour was unlikely, called the ... Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEW] Four months after quitting as Boca Juniors coach, Ricardo La Volpe returns to La Bombonera Wednesday night as coach of Velez Sarsfield for the first leg of their Libertadores Cup round-of-16 series. Mexican clubs Toluca, Necaxa and Club America have both signed reinforcements for the knockout phase. Brazilian ... Read the whole story
Three of the U.S. opponents at the CONCACAF Under-17 qualifying tournament in Jamaica have American products on their roster. Canada, which faces the USA Wednesday night at 5 pm CT in Kingston, has 16-year-old defender Drew Beckie, who took up soccer at the age of 4 after moving from Canada ... Read the whole story


What They're Singing

"Wise, Wise, whatever have you done? You've taken Leeds to Division One. You won't win a cup, you won't win a shield, your biggest game will be Huddersfield."-- A chant, to the tune of "Lord of the Dance," from fans of English second-tier club Barnsley directed Leeds coach Dennis Wise. Leeds United, for which American Eddie Lewis plays in midfield, will be relegated to England's third tier (Division One) unless it wins its last game of the season against Derby on Sunday by eight goals and Hull loses. (BBC) ...More


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