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Home >Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007
All that stands between D.C. United and a spot in the Copa Sudamericana quarterfinals is at least 90 minutes of madness in Estadio Jalisco, one of the cathedrals of Mexican soccer, when it faces Guadalajara in the second leg on Tuesday (9 pm ET, live, Fox Sports en Espanol; 11 ... Read the whole story
[MARQUEE MATCHUP] Manchester United hosts Roma at Old Trafford Tuesday in a repeat of their memorable UEFA Champions League encounter last spring. Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson doesn't expect a repeat of the match that ended with a 7-1 victory for United in one of the most spectacular displays of ... Read the whole story
From 1 to 99, the jersey numbers of all the players eligible to play for the 32 teams competing in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League. Read the whole story
The group stage of the UEFA Champions League continues 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
Real Madrid president Juan Ramon Calderon Ramos flew to New York last week to catch the Metropolitan Opera's production of Gaetano Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor." But Calderon, 56, only caught the last part of the performance because he had been detained at JFK Airport by authorities. According the Spanish daily ... Read the whole story
When Germany won the 1989 Women's European Championship, the players' bonuses consisted of a coffee set. Each member of Germany's victorious 2007 Women's World Cup team earned a bonus of $70,000. The team was also greeted by 15,000 fans at Frankfurt's Roemer city hall, the traditional celebration point for victorious ... Read the whole story
Only three of the 16 teams at the 2007 Women's World Cup were head-coached by women: Germany (Silvia Neid), England (Hope Powell) and China (Marika Domanski-Lyfors). Germany's title win marked the second time a female coach won the Women's World Cup. Tina Theune-Meyer guided Germany to 2003 World Cup title ... Read the whole story
Nolan Hemmer etched his name in the record books Saturday when he scored the first-ever goal in U.S. Soccer Development Academy history, nodding home a corner kick in the 30th minute to deliver the Atlanta Fire U-16s' a 1-0 victory against Birmingham United U-16's at Rathmell Sports Park in Birmingham, ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I want to continue on as coach. I don't feel my job is done yet with this team. We had a lot of youngster here and this was a first World Cup for so many of our players. With the Olympics up next, having players with a world championship under their belt completely changes them because the only way to get experience is to play." -- U.S. women's coach Greg Ryan hopes to stay on the job despite his team's disappointing third-place finish at the 2007 Women's World Cup. (Ticker) ...More


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