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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2007
[MARQUEE MATCHUP] AC Milan begins the defense of its UEFA Champions League title at home on Tuesday against Portuguese club Benfica. American Freddy Adu isn't in the Benfica traveling party to San Siro, where Milan will look to regain its form after a lackluster start to the 2007-08 season (one ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] Real Madrid's Raul enters the 2007-08 UEFA Champions League as the record holder in games played and goals. For the all-time leaders ... Read the whole story
The group stage of the UEFA Champions League kicks off with live and delayed coverage of Tuesday's matches on ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and Setanta Sports USA. There is also live pay-per-view coverage as well as Internet viewing on ESPN360.com. Read the whole story
Kudos to MLS for adding a new award category this year, a prize of far more interest to fans than the internally driven Executive of the Year and the like. (Incidentally, for filling nearly every seat for the entire season at BMO Field, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment is the ... Read the whole story
Birgit Prinz became the all-time scoring leader in the Women's World Cup when she scored her 13th goal in Germany's 2-0 victory over Japan Monday in Hangzhou. England claimed second place ahead of Japan on goal difference thanks to its 6-1 win over Argentina in Chengdu. Former Seton Hall and ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS IN ENGLAND] Benny Feilhaber made his English Premier League debut on Monday as an 80th minute sub for Derby County in a 1-0 win over Newcastle. Feilhaber, 22, joined Derby from Bundesliga club Hamburg SV in the offseason but was prevented from an earlier debut because of delays in ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS IN MEXICO] Santos Laguna tied, 1-1, at Monterrey to remain undefeated in the Mexican Apertura season after eight games, all of which have seen New Mexico product Edgar Castillo go the full 90. Texas product Sonny Guadarrama entered the game for Santos in the 88th minute for his second ... Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] Midfielder Michael Bradley scored his first goal for his Dutch First Division squad since joining Heereveen in the middle of the 2005-06 season. The 20-year-old scored the final goal of a 5-2 win at Excelsior on Saturday and assisted on his team's second goal, the 2-2 equalizer. Read the whole story


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"This is not new. I've been thinking about it since I took over. In my opinion, our green is confusing with the field - as grass is green. It looks like there are fewer players on the field. ... With the color change, I think we'll have the impression of having 12 or 13 players on the field." -- Mexico coach Hugo Sanchez announces the Mexican national team will ditch its signature green jerseys and will wear white shirts for home games and red for road matches. (Ticker) ...More


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