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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007
Coach Bob Bradley's 21-man roster to prepare for the USA's Oct. 17 friendly at Switzerland is comprised of three MLS players and 18 European-based players, including three German-based players (Steve Purdy, Preston Zimmermann and Sal Zizzo) who have yet to play for their clubs' first teams. Freddy Adu has a ... Read the whole story
[MLS PLAYOFF PICTURE] Three days after failing to clinch a playoff spot - again -- New York snuck into the postseason thanks to other results going in its favor. The Red Bulls lost to Toronto, 2-1, last Thursday, which left their record at 11-11-6 and 39 points. When Columbus lost ... Read the whole story
Soccer's 3-to-22 officials-to-player ratio is significantly lower than all major sports. Finally FIFA, the game's world governing body, has approved an experiment with two additional referees. At the Club World Cup competition in Japan in December, two goalmouth referees will be used in addition to the referee and the two ... Read the whole story
The following is the draw for the group stage of the UEFA Cup, in which three teams with Americans on their first-team squads are entered: Everton (Tim Howard), Brann (Ramiro Corrales) and AaB (Dan Califf).< Read the whole story
Cheating on the soccer field would decrease if we got rid of the referees, says Gijs van Oenen, a professor of ethics, legal philosophy and social philosophy at Erasmus University in Rotterdam. According to Ode magazine, van Oenen theorizes that in soccer-sans-refs there would be more arguments at first, "but ... Read the whole story


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"No, it is me." -- Eric Cantona upon being asked whether Zinedine Zidane or Michel Platini was the greatest French soccer player ever. (Daily Mail) ...More


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