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Home >Soccer America Daily > Monday, Oct. 15, 2007
The teams that had to win to stay alive in the playoff hunt did, but for the Crew, beating the Revs, 3-2, wasn't enough because the Fire picked up a precious point by tying D.C., 0-0. Three games finished 2-1: Colorado staved off elimination by ending Chivas USA's home unbeaten ... Read the whole story
[VIDEOS] Argentina star Juan Roman Riquelme and Jose Manuel Rey of Venezuela were the stars of the first day of World Cup 2010 qualifying in South America. Riquelme, who has not played this season for Spanish club Villarreal, didn't show any signs of being rusty. he scored two superb free ... Read the whole story
World Cup qualifying kicked off in South America, Africa and Asia. FIFA ordered the New Zealand-Fiji game suspended because of a dispute over the New Zealand government's failure to grant a visa for the Fifi starting goalie. For all the qualifying results ... Read the whole story
[EURO 2008 QUALIFYING] Germany became the first team to qualify for the Euro 2008 finals when it clinched one of the top two spots in Group D with a 0-0 tie with Ireland in Dublin on Saturday. The Czech Republic is in line to capture the second berth in Group ... Read the whole story
Both Poland (Group A) and Greece (Group C) stretched their leads from two to four points with wins in Euro '08 qualifying on Saturday. Romania opened up a three-point lead in Group H when it beat the Netherlands, 1-0. For all the results, goalscorers and standings ... Read the whole story
Prior to the U.S. women's 5-1 win over Mexico on Saturday in its first game since its third-place finish at the Women's World Cup, goalkeeper Hope Solo released a statement through U.S. Soccer in which she apologized for lashing out following the 4-0 semifinal loss to Brazil: "I would like ... Read the whole story
In the first of a three-game series of friendlies against Mexico, the U.S. women routed Mexico, 5-1, in St. Louis, Mo., in front of more than 10,000 fans. With Briana Scurry in goal, the USA came back after Mexico took a third-minute lead through Evelyn Lopez with goals by Heather ... Read the whole story
[TV PREVIEW] Houston has two road games to make up the four points separating it from Western Conference leader Chivas USA, which opened the door a crack by losing its first home game of the season Sunday to Colorado, 2-1. Houston's final home game of the season is this Sunday ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Entry to another country is a privilege, and all countries retain the right to exclude individuals in accordance with their immigration policy." -- New Zealand Foreign Minister Winston Peters, who called "unjust" FIFA's decision to force the postponement of New Zealand's World Cup qualifying game against Fiji because New Zealand did not grant an entry visa to FIFA goalkeeper Simione Tamanisau. New Zealand denied the visa citing travel sanctions imposed after last December's military coup in Fiji, claiming Tamanisau's father-in-law was in the armed forces. The Fiji federation said Tamanisau is not married. (New Zealand Herald) ...More


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