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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, May 4, 2007
[TV PREVIEW] Jason Kreis, the man who has scored a league record 108 goals, retired on Thursday and immediately launched a new career. He's leaving the Real Salt Lake captaincy and replacing his boss, John Ellinger, after RSL started the 2007 season with an 0-2-2 record. Ellinger, who failed to ... Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEW] Manchester United and Chelsea must put aside the disappointment of being eliminated from the UEFA Champions League and refocus on the English Premier League race. A huge match takes place in Spain, where third-place Real Madrid hosts second-place Sevilla on Sunday. Read the whole story
It's not often that a major American city boasts a pro soccer team within its true borders. The New York Red Bulls play in New Jersey. FC Dallas is based in Frisco, the Los Angeles Galaxy in Carson and the Chicago Fire in Bridgeview. But San Francisco now has a ... Read the whole story
In the run-up to Thursday night's D.C. United-New England tussle, Revs coach Steve Nicol said whether or not it was a great match, it would be passionate and fierce and rugged. Was it? As Nicol might have replied if asked, "Aye." Scuffles, hard tackles, aerial duels, a controversial penalty, a ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] The USA can wrap a berth in the Under-17 World Cup for a record 12th straight time if it ties or beats host Jamaica Friday at CONCACAF's Group B qualifying tournament or Canada and Trinidad & Tobago tie in the first game. The USA, which also faces ... Read the whole story
Argentine youngster Juan Manuel Martinez scored a hat trick in 13 minutes late in the first half to lead of Colombian champion Cucuta past Mexico's Toluca, 5-1, in the first leg of their Libertadores Cup second-round series. In the other Thursday matches, Paraguayan champion Libertad came from behind to win ... Read the whole story
There were only 37 people in the stands when English amateur clubs Holker Old Boys clashed with Chadderton FC and nobody had a video camera. But eyewitnesses confirmed that Holker Old Boys' captain Graham Capstick did indeed score with a header from 57 yards out. "I can honestly say that ... Read the whole story
Defending champion Sevilla beat Spanish rival Osasuna, 2-0, and advanced, 2-1, on aggregate to the final of the UEFA Cup, where it will meet Espanyol in an all-Spanish clash May 16 in Glasgow. Espanyol beat Werder Bremen of Germany, 2-1, away to go through, 5-1, on aggregate in Thursday's other ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Milan Baros merely wanted to tell [Stephane M'Bia] something he didn't know how to say in French: 'leave me alone and give me breathing space.'"-- A statement from French club Lyon, claiming its Czech striker Milan Baros wasn't trying to insult Rennes' Stephane M'Bia when Baros pinched his own nose and waved his hand in front of it while facing the Cameroon-born midfielder. Baros has been suspended for three games for the gesture. (Reuters) ...More


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