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Home >Soccer America Daily > Thursday, Oct. 4, 2007
Losers in all four of its previous finals, New England struck upon a novel approach for the 2007 U.S. Open Cup final Wednesday against host Dallas: attack and exploit. And win. The Revs, which had scored a grand total of two goals in losing the 2001 Open Cup final and ... Read the whole story
The two men most responsible for the rebirth of the San Jose Earthquakes weren't in attendance, but those who were there- including former Clash and Quakes defender John Doyle, who was named Wednesday as the team's new general manager - heaped praise upon Oakland A's co-owners John Fisher and Lewis ... Read the whole story
[CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION/VIDEO] The results for English powerhouses Chelsea and Liverpool were exactly the opposite what you would have predicted when they took to the field Wednesday on Day 2 of the UEFA Champions League. Chelsea, which has yet to win an EPL game under new manager Avram Grant and ... Read the whole story
Marseille and Shakhtar Donetsk both won on the road on Wednesday to join Arsenal, Manchester United, Rangers and Barcelona as the only teams to win their second straight game in Champions League group play. For complete results and goalscorers ... Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEW] As they survey BMO Field and see the crowd and hear its passion, the players, coaches and officials of Red Bull New York must wonder if it will ever come to pass for them, this seemingly ideal melding of location, facility, and fandom. Red Bull Park is still ... Read the whole story
[MLS STATS] With three games left, D.C. United's Brazilian striker Luciano Emilio is the first MLS player to score 20 regular-season since Carlos Ruiz (24) and Taylor Twellman (23) did in 2002. With three more strikes Emilio would tie D.C. United's single-season record, set by Raul Diaz Arce in 1996. ... Read the whole story


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"I feel OK. The only difference is in training you have the press - and they want to come back home and sleep with you. They are just always there." -- Barcelona striker Thierry Henry, who arrived this season from Arsenal, compares life in Spain's La Liga and to the English Premier League. (BBC) ...More


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