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Home >Soccer America Daily > Friday, Sept. 14, 2007
European clubs are back action after a week off for Euro '08 qualifying, and Liverpool's Rafael Benitez isn't happy with the the Reds' early kickoff on Saturday. French Thierry Henry will look for his first La Liga goal with Barcelona. The Altintop twins, Hamit and Halil, square off in a ... Read the whole story
The Galaxy played its role to the hilt once again: running endlessly if somewhat mindlessly, falling behind in the first half, pushing forward aggressively only to squander enough chances to win, and succumbing to a pair of late goals. Final score: Chivas USA 3, Los Angeles 0. Sound familiar? Read the whole story
When the Americans opened play against North Korea at the 2007 Women's World Cup on Tuesday morning, only 195,000 U.S. households were watching ESPN2's early-morning telecast from China. But its reairing of the USA-North Korea game on Tuesday evening drew an audience of more than 340,000 households. Here's putting those ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] American attacker Clint Dempsey was named Player of the Month at his English Premier League club Fulham. Dempsey was used a sub in the first three games of the season, then started the next two games and notch a goal in each. Read the whole story
[MLS PREVIEW] Toronto, scoreless in the last 732 minutes and winless in nine games, hosts Real Salt Lake. Read the whole story
[MLS PREVIEW] They've posted the same number of wins playing vastly different styles: the Revs seldom sparkle but can split open opponents, while FC Dallas is adding South American artisans as fast as it can. Read the whole story
[MLS PREVIEW] The Wizards sit seventh in the overall standings and have conceded 37 goals, which ties them with Toronto FC and Real Salt Lake as the league's most porous defenses. The Crew is tied for ninth with Colorado, a point behind Chicago, and has failed to win any of ... Read the whole story
[MLS PREVIEW] Coach Juan Carlos Osorio has won four of seven games since replacing Dave Sarachan but crunch time is at hand. Next week, Chicago plays at Dallas and hosts D.C.; against those two teams and New York, it is a combined 0-4 in 2007, and it also must play ... Read the whole story


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"Words in Spanish directed at my family, I understand perfectly well. As such when I reacted, it was the wrong reaction but sometimes even rational and normal people err. As such, I would like to apologize to you, to the fans, the players and to the people of Portugal." -- Portugal's Brazilian coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, who disregarded the sticks-and-stones adage and took a swing at Ivica Dragutinovic after Wednesday's Euro 2008 qualifier, a 1-1 tie. (Reuters) ...More


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